Maranatha Seniors Off to Great Places

L-R: John Rinkus, Derrick Sia, Darren Gee, Ivy Li, Noah Daniels, Michael Carter, Sarah Dixit, Olivia Connolly, Sierra Berrett, Hannah Rae Finchamp, Madeleine Johnson, Brett Richey, Joshua Yoon, Ben Hynes, Victor Ginelli, Robbie Ortlund, Jessica Ashkinos

Maranatha High School’s Class of 2014 has worked diligently, and as a result has been accepted to many outstanding colleges and universities. They were awarded scholarship offers of over $1.2 million! MHS students will be matriculating to a wide variety of institutions including private and public, in and out-of-state, as well as faith-based and more. Graduates will be attending destinations such as Cal Berkeley, USC, Johns Hopkins, US Naval Academy, Claremont McKenna, Kent State, Wheaton, Carnegie Mellon, Boston, Arizona State, Texas Christian, Colorado State, and Azusa Pacific. Maranatha also has several graduates that have been recruited to participate in athletics at the collegiate level as well. Within the graduating class of 149 seniors, there are 85 student-athletes. Of those, 15% have committed to a collegiate team, well above the national average of just 3-5%. Maranatha High School is proud of all of their seniors and is pleased to welcome them to the esteemed ranks of their beloved MHS alumni.

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