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the 14th annual CFHS academic awards ceremony featured one of the school's largest scholarship totals

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Quinn Sabin receives the engineering scholarship at the awards ceremnony

Quinn Sabin receives the engineering scholarship at the awards ceremnony

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Quinn Sabin receives the engineering scholarship at the awards ceremnony

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On Wednesday, May 17th, the Cannon Falls High School hosted the 14th Annual Academic Awards Ceremony. This year 158,000 dollars in scholarships were given out, with the largest one being the 100,000 dollar scholarship from Gemini. Anyone who is attending one of the top 30 engineering colleges in the US or Canada is eligible to apply. The lucky winner this year was Quinn Sabin, who is planning on attending the University of Madison, Wisconsin. Sabin stated that “The scholarship means a lot for my future, and gives me not only a jumpstart after high school, but college as well. It’ll be great to leave college with little to no debt, and know that all my hard work in high school paid off.” In addition to the scholarships the teachers handpicked the students that they believed excelled in the areas of AG Science/Technology Studies, Art, Business, Communications, Math, Music, PE, Science, Social Studies, and Spanish. There was also a special recognition made by the student council, led by Grant Schlichting and Andrew Ayers, in honor of Mr. Hodges being named the High School Principal for Southeastern Minnesota.

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Amanda Wulf receives her Hall of Fame award at the Awards Ceremony

The Air Force also made a special appearance in order to recognize the acceptance of Abigail VanZuilen into the Air Force community college. Once she gets done with college she will serve her country for many years to come. Finally the night ended with the induction of two new students into the Hall of Fame. The two deserving students were Amanda Wulf and Quinn Sabin, who were chosen by the high school faculty and office staff based on their academic performance, community involvement, and their leadership qualities.

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