Emerald Scholars Program Graduates First Class
For the first time ever, the class of 2021 included 14 students who graduated as Emerald Scholars. These students represent some of the high school’s most driven and brightest students.
Emerald Scholars participate in Westminster’s most ambitious courses and seek opportunities for enrichment through internships, independent research, service projects, and more. To graduate as an Emerald Scholar, students take a minimum of 12 AP Courses, complete the AP Capstone Program or PLTW Engineering Program, as well as meet GPA, service project and internship requirements. Program graduates will be attending some of the nation’s top universities.
Congratulations to the following graduates:
Maia Alvarez Ramirez – University of Florida Ashley Arango – Florida State University Elizabeth Dolan (Daughter of Dan Dolan ’87) – Washington University in St. Louis Kayla Dumas (Valedictorian) – University of Florida Andrea Escobio – University of Pennsylvania Landon Glavach (son of Landon Glavach ’90) – University of Florida Anthony Pastrana – Georgia Tech Daniel Portuondo – University of Florida Teresa Somoza – University of Florida George Sprinkle III (Son of George Sprinkle, Jr. ’88) – Clemson University Emily Sturge – University of Florida Natalie Talarico – University of Florida Aria Upton – University of Southern California Kevin Zhang (Salutatorian) – Johns Hopkins