SEYMOUR AWARD 2019 | SOUTH CENTRAL REGION

Congratulations South Central Region Seymour Award Recipient Isabella Blanco and Fellow Finalists

Seymour South Central Region 2019 Recipient Isabella Blanco, Santa Maria High School Chapter 6, Adviser Shelly Springer is pictured with Finalists.

  • Ramzey Issa, North High School Chapter 545, Adviser Lynnette Wallters
  • Faith Chong Ernest Righetti High School Chapter 729, Adviser Jennifer Dolan
  • Sonia Cervantes Ernest Righetti High School Chapter 729, Adviser Jennifer Dolan
  • Desirae Barragan Channel Islands High School Chapter 796, Adviser Terrie Romines
  • Haley Gunther Santa Clarita Christian School Chapter 1213, Adviser Debbie Brenner
  • Crystal Lee West Ranch High School Chapter 1299, Adviser Laura Solarez
  • Anna Urrea St. Monica Academy Chapter 1395, Adviser Jacqueline Halpin
  • Natasha Johnson St. Monica Academy Chapter 1395, Adviser Jacqueline Halpin
  • Nicholas Agtual New West Charter Chapter 1475, Adviser Mark Estanislao

The Seymour Memorial Awards were established to honor both Charles F. Seymour and his devoted wife, Marian H. Seymour, who together supplied the inspiration and leadership which fostered the California Scholarship Federation. The very first award of $25 was presented to Seymour Award recipient Elizabeth Murphy (O’Neil) of Fresno High School in 1936. Each year, 50 finalists receive awards of $2,000 each, and five of these (one per region) each receive an additional $3,000 as the regional award recipient. The Seymour Award is regarded as one of the highest scholastic honors given to high school students in the state of California.

 

SEYMOUR AWARD 2019 | CENTRAL COAST REGION

Congratulations Central Coast Region Seymour Award Recipient Amisha Wadwha and Fellow Finalists

Seymour Central Coast 2019 Recipient (front row 2nd from left) Amisha Wadhwa, with Finalists Alexander Beck, Benjamin Bloomberg, Austin Hoang, Ava Silva, Lauren McBride, (front row) Sanjana Kantipudi, Jane Tran, Julie Son, Nina Patel

The Seymour Memorial Awards were established to honor both Charles F. Seymour and his devoted wife, Marian H. Seymour, who together supplied the inspiration and leadership which fostered the California Scholarship Federation. The very first award of $25 was presented to Seymour Award recipient Elizabeth Murphy (O’Neil) of Fresno High School in 1936. Each year, 50 finalists receive awards of $2,000 each, and five of these (one per region) each receive an additional $3,000 as the regional award recipient. The Seymour Award is regarded as one of the highest scholastic honors given to high school students in the state of California.

 

SEYMOUR AWARD 2019 | NORTH REGION

Congratulations North Region Seymour Award Recipient Joanna Jarvis and Fellow Finalists

Seymour North 2019 Recipient Joanna Jarvis (2nd from left) and Finalists Simrit Dhillon, Paige Smith, Sorea Asmai, Maxwell Callan, Taylor Froomin, Marianne Homer, (in front) Nicabec Casido, Kade Breckenridge

The Seymour Memorial Awards were established to honor both Charles F. Seymour and his devoted wife, Marian H. Seymour, who together supplied the inspiration and leadership which fostered the California Scholarship Federation. The very first award of $25 was presented to Seymour Award recipient Elizabeth Murphy (O’Neil) of Fresno High School in 1936.Each year, 50 finalists receive awards of $2,000 each, and five of these (one per region) each receive an additional $3,000 as the regional award recipient. The Seymour Award is regarded as one of the highest scholastic honors given to high school students in the state of California.

 

SEYMOUR AWARD 2019 | CENTRAL REGION

Congratulations Central Region Seymour Award Recipient Sahila Shah and Fellow Finalists

The Seymour Memorial Awards were established to honor both Charles F. Seymour and his devoted wife, Marian H. Seymour, who together supplied the inspiration and leadership which fostered the California Scholarship Federation. The very first award of $25 was presented to Seymour Award recipient Elizabeth Murphy (O’Neil) of Fresno High School in 1936. Each year, 50 finalists receive awards of $2,000 each, and five of these (one per region) each receive an additional $3,000 as the regional award recipient. The Seymour Award is regarded as one of the highest scholastic honors given to high school students in the state of California.

 

SEYMOUR AWARD 2019 | SOUTH REGION

Congratulations South Region Seymour Award Recipient Alexander Tchekanov and Fellow Finalists

Left to right: South Region Seymour Recipient Alexander Tchekanov, with Finalists Trinity Nguyen, Christian Escobar-Gonzalez, Amy Tran, Morgan Kopecky, Alexa Crim, Jashandeep Lobana, Victoria Do, Poty Chhit, Adel Battikkha.

The Seymour Memorial Awards were established to honor both Charles F. Seymour and his devoted wife, Marian H. Seymour, who together supplied the inspiration and leadership which fostered the California Scholarship Federation. The very first award of $25 was presented to Seymour Award recipient Elizabeth Murphy (O’Neil) of Fresno High School in 1936.Each year, 50 finalists receive awards of $2,000 each, and five of these (one per region) each receive an additional $3,000 as the regional award recipient. The Seymour Award is regarded as one of the highest scholastic honors given to high school students in the state of California.

 

Seymour Award 2017-18 | North Region

Saachi Jhandi, received the CSF 2017-18 Seymour Award for the North Region. Saachi is a member of CSF Chapter 168 at Chico High School. CSF Chapter Adviser Kristina Hahn nominated Saachi for this award.

Saachi Jhandi, 2017-18 Seymour Award North recipient attends Chico High School.

Saachi Jhandi, 2017-18 Seymour Award North recipient attends Chico High School.

Congratulations to all the finalists for the CSF North Region Seymour Award 2017-18.

Medha Aiyah, CSF Adviser Melinda Malaspino, Folsom High School, Chapter 335
Natalie Anixter, CSF Adviser Anna Luci, Del Oro, High School, Chapter 656
Tate Blas, CSF Adviser Stephanie McGrath, Woodcreek High School, Chapter 1157
Ashton Davis, CSF Adviser Patrick Gale, Whitney High School, Chapter 1317
Marisol Huerta-Ontiveros, CSF Adviser Stephanie Peterson, Lindhurst High School, Chapter 976
Jonathan Lewis, CSF Adviser Sara Dixon, Fortuna Union High, School Chapter 176
Alejandra Perez, CSF Adviser Julie Cordell, Windsor High School, Chapter 1210
Anna Rios, CSF Adviser Patricia Sims, Williams Junior Senior High School, Chapter 230
Brisa Rodriguez, CSF Adviser Stephanie Peterson, Lindhurst High School, Chapter 976