The Atwater High School Alumni Association is proud to announce the recipients of our fourth annual Legacy Scholarships for 2021. Fund raising has been exceedingly difficult during the last year, with reunions and class events that support AHSAA during normal times we have depended on individual donations to allow us to continue to recognize some extraordinary Falcons. Our thanks to all of you who provided support no matter how small to keep this program alive.
The most difficult part of this program is selecting the recipients. The number of outstanding students who attend our school is amazing and all deserve our support and encouragement as they move into their post high school years in whatever way they choose. While high school can always be a challenge, the Classes of 2020 and 2021 have faced significant obstacles that those of us who preceded them could not image. To the students, and staff at AHS, we are both proud and motivated by your efforts during these unprecedented times. You all define Falcon Pride!
Congratulations to these deserving Falcons.
2021 Legacy Scholarship Recipients
Angel indicated that his career objective is to go into teaching. He was active in AHS activities during his time at the school as a member of the Varsity Tennis Team and Cheerleading and is a member of CSF. He volunteered in the community, aiding a local elementary school which reinforced his desire to teach.
His teachers commented on his strong academic efforts during the challenges facing students under the Covid restriction and distance learning protocols. His teachers commented on his ability to stay focused and maintain a positive attitude during this period and had an impact on other students.
Angle’s mother is an Atwater High School Alumni.
Daniela has a desire to become an Occupational Therapist or Psychologist. She plans to attend Cal State Stanislause to future academic goals. During her AHS years she participated in Varsity Tennis and is a member of CSF.
Daniela’s teachers commented on her work ethic that served as a model for other students. She is goal orientated and takes great pride in her work. She is always willing to help others and is a positive influence in both her sports and academic settings.
Daniella’s mother is an AHS alumnus.