Maxxis Awards Scholarships to Outstanding 2015 Graduates

Maxxis has again awarded scholarships to top graduates in the Gwinnett County school system.  Valedictorians and salutatorians from the system’s 22 high schools have each collected $500 to help defray future educational expenses. 

The company is a longtime supporter of educational achievement, having established the scholarship program more than a decade ago in Gwinnett. The county is home to Maxxis’ North American headquarters, and the program addresses another top priority at Maxxis by directly supporting the local community. 

Scholarship winners are listed below. Maxxis congratulates these fine students, and wishes them the best in what are certain to be outstanding futures.

High School

Valedictorian

Salutatorian

Archer

 

Mary Mahaffey

 

John Mahaffey

Berkmar

 

Sally Tran

 

Juan Martinez

Brookwood

 

Ryan Chen

 

Laboni Hoque

Central Gwinnett

 

Amelia Melas

 

Rhodalene Benjamin-Addy

Collins Hill

 

Aksal Vashi

 

Kenneth Williams

Dacula

 

Jennifer Vezeau

 

Douglas Stewart

Duluth

 

Kishan Chudasma

 

Vishnu Ramachandran

Grayson

 

Shah Nawaz Khan

 

Yash Pramod Shirsath

Gwinnett School of Mathematics,
Science & Technology

 

Josh Brunner

 

Gabrielle Marquez

Gwinnett Online School

 

Abigail Leigh Harrison

 

Jarod Sjogren

Lanier

 

Dain Song

 

Ji Hee Min

Maxwell

 

Ying Ou

 

Laura Chelaru

Meadowcreek

 

Christina Bui

 

Lilian Hoang

Mill Creek

 

Katherine Harrison

 

Birk Evavold

Mountain View

 

Kasey Bell

 

Grayson Noah

Norcross

 

Ethan Chervonski

 

Matthew Chen

North Gwinnett

 

Elton Lossner

 

Megan Paik

Parkview

 

Kexin Zhang

 

Ziyu Ding

Peachtree Ridge

 

Kevin Lim

 

William Broniec

Phoenix

 

Natalie Chitty

 

Michael Cooper

Shiloh

 

Qsanet Tekie

 

Courtney Blair

South Gwinnett

 

Olivia Casimir

 

Destiny Broadnax

 

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