Pepperell High and Model High School Students Named QuestBridge National College Match Finalists
Rome, Ga. – Pepperell High School seniors, Riley Allen and Katie Hennon, and Model High School senior, McAllister Robinson, have been named finalists for the QuestBridge National College Match scholarship program.
The National College Match is a college admission and scholarship process through which students can be admitted early with full four-year scholarships to some of the nation’s top colleges and universities.
Through the program and application process, students highlight their unique story to stand out in the college admissions process. In the fall, QuestBridge selects top applicants as finalists and students are able to rank up to 15 colleges to be “matched” – admitted early with a Match Scholarship – to the college that appears highest on their list and also wants to match with them. Finalists who do not match or choose not to rank colleges can use the QuestBridge application to apply to our college partners through other early and regular decision opportunities.
With this, Allen, Hennon and Robinson will now continue the application process and requirements to be considered for early admission and a full, four-year Match Scholarship that is worth over $200,000.
About Floyd County Schools
The Floyd County School (FloydBoe.net) system provides opportunities for schools and students to achieve academic excellence. Floyd County teachers focus on academic basics mixed with innovative teaching methods to build a strong foundation for student learning. In Floyd County Schools, the academic programs are available to prepare students for the most demanding college, university, technical college or other post-secondary training. It is the mission of FCS to focus on student growth and achievement by connecting and preparing them for the future, leading to ultimate student success. Located in Rome, Georgia, the school system serves 16 different schools.