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MCSD Seniors Named Recipients of 2019 Pathfinder Awards

More than 50 of the Martin County School District’s top-performing high school seniors joined their Palm Beach County peers at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday, May 14, 2019, for the 36th annual Palm Beach Post Pathfinder Scholarship Awards.

 

The Pathfinder Awards are presented each year to 54 of the best and brightest seniors in Martin and Palm Beach counties who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in academic, vocational and athletic categories.  One of the largest and most comprehensive high school scholarship programs in the state, the Pathfinder Awards program grants nominees the honor of competing against their peers for more than $170,000 in college scholarships. 

 

Congratulations to the following Martin County students who were presented with Pathfinder Awards last evening:

 

Academic Excellence
Charlotte Justak, Jensen Beach High School
– 2nd place

 

Business
Jonathan Fogel, Martin County High School
– 3rd place

 

Computer Science
Varun Lakshmanan, South Fork High School
– 2nd place

 

Drama
Sophie McClung, South Fork High School
– 2nd place

 

Forensics/Speech
Emily Williams, Martin County High School
– 1st place

 

Music-Instrumental
Morgan O’Neil, South Fork High School
– 2nd place



Music – Vocal
Madeline Murray, South Fork High School
– 2nd place

 

The District would also like to congratulate each of the outstanding seniors who were nominated for this year’s Pathfinder Awards.  The complete list of 2019 nominees is available here.