2018 Leonard’s Scholarship Recipients

Each year, Leonard’s awards three $1000 college scholarships to deserving graduating Seniors from St. Johns County High Schools. This year’s recipients each embody the spirit of Mr. Tucker’s ingenuity and love for yearbook, photography and digital design. This year, each also participated in their high school yearbooks as a type of editor. The following were awarded their scholarships at their high school’s awards ceremonies.

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Bethany Baratelli, senior at Creekside High School was the yearbook editor-in-chief and a member of the dance team. Her goal is to pursue a career where she can combine her loves of travel, writing and photography in the graphic design field. She will be attending Florida State University with a focus on graphic design and hospitality.

 

 

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Jamie Gillespie, senior at Allen D. Nease High School was the photo editor for the yearbook for the last two years, a member of the Varsity Cheerleading squad, and a member of the Communications Academy. Her goal is to work in the photojournalism or movie industry as a film editor. She will be attending Florida State College of Jacksonville and work to obtain her Arts degree.

 

 

C_SchonderCharles Schonder, senior at Pedro Menendez High School was the editor of the yearbook, a member of the Vystar Business Academy, and a member of A.V.I.D. Last summer, Charlie applied and spent part of his summer interning in digital design. He plans to attend the University of North Florida and major in computer science.

 

 

 

Congratulations to all of our applicants and especially to our winners! If you need more information, please contact Lisa Urban at lurban@leonards.com or (904) 671-3179.

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