Delray Honda and Deerfield Beach Toyota offer current and former Atlantic Community High School students discounted pricing on new cars, and for each car leased or purchased, they'll donate $200 to a scholarship fund for Atlantic students.
Eligible Customers: Students currently attending ATL or who have graduated within the last two years, their parents, and current faculty members and employees.
Eligible Vehicles: New and used automobiles currently in stock.
Purchase Incentive: Student discounted pricing, and the dealerships will honor any written price from elsewhere.
Eligible customers must schedule an appointment before visiting the store. Email Paul Susca at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or call 917-841-4935 or 954-421-4000.
The Pathfinder High School Scholarship Awards are presented each year to high school seniors in Palm Beach and Martin counties who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in 18 academic, vocational and athletic categories. Pathfinders is sponsored by The Palm Beach Post. These awards are presented each year to recognize excellence and to encourage these students to one day bring their considerable talents to the communities where each received a start on the path to a good education and a rewarding career.
Students will be interviewed on March 9 at Palm Beach Atlantic University. They will compete with top students in each area at all high schools in Palm Beach and Martin Counties. College scholarships of $4,000 for the first-place winner, $3,000 for the second-place winner, $2,500 for the third-place winner and $2,000 to the fourth-place winner in each category will be presented at a ceremony to be held May 10 at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach.
Congratulations and good luck to Atlantic's 2016 nominees!
Reach For Excellence
Seven Atlantic High School seniors have been named 2016 National Merit Scholarship Finalists in the annual competitive academic recognition program: Abrar Ahmed, Charles Fisher, Kierstin McClintock, Ariel Polani, E’lysse Santana, Morley Wiener, and Angela Yang.
The National Merit Scholarship Award is generally regarded as one of the highest honors possible for U.S. high school students. These academically talented high school seniors will continue in the competition for approximately 8,400 National Merit Scholarships worth more than 36 million dollars.
Students were named semifinalists by ranking among the highest scorers in Florida on the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Semifinalists represent less than one percent of all American high school seniors.
National Merit Finalists must have a record of high academic performance, be recommended by their school principal, and earn SAT scores that confirm their qualifying test performance. A personal essay and information about the student’s leadership in school and community activities are required to obtain finalist standing. The selection of 8,200 Merit Scholarship winners is now in progress. Winners will be announced in March.
Congratulations and good luck to these high achieving students!
Congratulations to Atlantic's 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program semi-finalists! Seven seniors ranked among the highest scorers on the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test:
Scholar Career Coaching (Scholar CC) is offering four scholarships to high school students in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties. Scholarships will be awarded May 31. For more information and an application, please click here. The application deadline is May 15.
Scholar CC offers biweekly mentoring at Atlantic. Please contact Ms. Loulis for more information.
ATL senior Kyra Dobard has been named Palm Beach County Youth of the Year by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, and will compete for the Florida Youth of the Year title and a college scholarship. Kyra is is a member of the National Honor Society and the Criminal Justice Academy. She plans to study pharmacy at the Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University.
Shopping for a new or used car? Help send our students to college by purchasing at Delray Honda!
Eligible Customers: Current students or graduates within the last 2 years, and all current faculty members and school employees.
Eligible Vehicles: All new and pre-owned automobiles currently in stock
Purchase Incentive: Customers will pay student discounted pricing. For every automobile purchased through the program, Delray Honda will donate $200 towards a scholarship fund that will be awarded to a student each year.
Eligible customers must schedule an appointment before visiting the store by calling Earl Navarra or Paul Susca at 561-404-5617. Delray Honda is located at 3000 S. Federal Hwy, Delray Beach, FL 33483.
Five ATL seniors are among the 50 Palm Beach County students who are National Merit Scholarship Program finalists. Congratulations to Jonathan Li, David McClintock, Meera Radhakrishnan, Marc Rodriguez and Andrew Sack.
The deadline for the Dare 2 Be Great scholarship for seniors residing in Delray Beach is March 2. Visit dare2begreat.org for application materials and more information.
The school district's annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Hispanic-serving Institutions recruitment tour is Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 13 and 14, at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. Schools will provide transportation for students during the school day.
Palm Beach County students received 823 college acceptances and more than $616,000 in scholarship money at last year's tour.
Historic Black Colleges and Universities expected to attend include Morris College, Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University (FAMU), Bethune-Cookman University, Alabama State University, Talladega College, Tuskegee University, Edward Waters College, Shaw University, Spellman College and Howard University.
Hispanic-serving universities in attendance will be Palm Beach State College, Florida Atlantic University, St. Thomas University, Keiser University and Florida International University.
Interested seniors should contact their guidance counselor for information on the bus tour to the event and to obtain transcripts.
Parents and students are invited to attend the family event at the convention center on Wednesday, Jan. 14 from 6 pm to 8 pm to speak with college and university representatives.
For more information, please contact Eunice Greenfield at 561-434-8820.