By: Staff Reports | Gwinnett Citizen
By: Staff Reports | Gwinnett Citizen
GCPS Class of 2015:
Thirty Gwinnett seniors honored as QuestBridge Scholars

More than two dozen Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) seniors will have their entire college career paid in full after being named QuestBridge National College Match Recipients. QuestBridge is a non-profit organization that links high-achieving, low-income students to some of the nation’s most selective colleges. The 30 recipients are part of a group of only 440 students nationwide honored this year. The Gwinnett QuestBridge Scholars and the colleges they plan to attend are: 

QuestBridge Scholar

College/University

High School

Tahnee Muller

University of Chicago

Archer High

Brittany Osaseri

Washington & Lee

Archer High

Brianna Osaseri

Washington & Lee

Archer High

Michelle Samson

Oberlin

Archer High

Krystal Castanada

Emory

Archer High

Sally Tran

Duke University

Berkmar High

Karen Nguyen

Emory

Berkmar High

Ugushi Ogonor

University of Chicago

Berkmar High

Christy Enriquez

Davidson

Berkmar High

Caterine Guevara

Colorado College

Berkmar High

Brian Hernandez

Emory

Berkmar High

Dulce Medina

Emory

Berkmar High

Gerson Salmeron rubio

Tufts

Berkmar High

Sofia Ali

Stanford

Brookwood High

Andres Parra

Carleton College

Collins Hill High

Nathaniel Forrester

Rice University

Collins Hill High

Amethyst King

Columbia University

Collins Hill High

Sarah Sanneh

Princeton

Duluth High

Samuel Zinga

Emory

GSMST 

Marcia Saetang

Wesleyan University

GSMST

Aaron Wubshet

MIT

GSMST

Ivan Duong

Dartmouth 

Parkview High

Shehan Parmer

University of Southern Cali

Parkview High

Ima Christian

Stanford University

Parkview High

Elshaddai Girma

Emory

Parkview High

Alexzandra Kellogg

UGA

Parkview High

Brendan J. Taliaferro

University of Pennsylvania

Parkview High

Jasmine Kamruddin

Stanford University

Peachtree Ridge High

Anna Truong

Rice University

North Gwinnett High

Bradford Grant Davidson College

Shiloh High

QuestBridge partners with colleges that offer generous financial aid packages that cover 100% of demonstrated financial need, making them very affordable for low-income students. The organization matches the students with its partner colleges, 35 of the nation’s premier universities. 

For more information, visit www.questbridge.org