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Four Surrey students shortlisted for 2024 Loran Award worth $100,000

Four students from three Surrey secondary schools are among the 2024 Loran Finalists in the running for a prestigious scholarship offered by the Loran Scholars Foundation.

loran-aamna-eureka.pngAamna Mushtaq of Princess Margaret Secondary and Eureka Liu of North Surrey Secondary

Grade 12 students Ashley Sabharwal and Caedmon Kovacs of Clayton Heights Secondary, Eureka Liu of North Surrey Secondary and Aamna Mushtaq of Princess Margaret Secondary have made the list of 90 shortlisted candidates, selected from more than 5,200 student applicants nationwide. They were chosen following semifinal interviews to identify key qualities of Loran Scholars, including demonstrated perseverance when faced with adversity, kindness, a sense of curiosity and sparks of leadership potential.

All four students now await national selections in February to determine if they are named two of this year’s Loran Scholars. The Loran Award is valued at $100,000 over four years, comprised of an annual stipend and tuition waiver from 25 partner universities, one-on-one mentorship, up to $14,000 in funding for summer work experiences, annual retreats and membership in a community of values-driven individuals.

If not selected as a Loran Scholar, finalists are eligible for a $6,000 award that can be used at any Canadian public university.

Congratulations and best of luck, Ashley, Caedmon, Eureka and Aamna!

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