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Indian Hill High School seniors selected as semifinalists for prestigious scholarship

Indian Hill High School seniors Liz Radway and Sumaiya Hossain

Indian Hill High School (IHHS) congratulates seniors Sumaiya Hossain and Liz Radway for being two of only eight students in Ohio and 477 students in the country selected as semifinalists for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s prestigious Cooke College Scholarship Program. The semifinalists were chosen from a pool of over 5,300 applicants. Approximately 60 semifinalists will be selected to receive the scholarship.

“What an incredible accomplishment by two outstanding scholars,” said Indian Hill High School Principal Jeff Damadeo. “We could not be prouder of Sumaiya and Liz.”

“These semifinalists represent some of the most passionate, driven, and hard-working students across the country,” said Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Executive Director Seppy Basili. “It is an honor to recognize these semifinalists for their persistence and achievements.”

Students applied from all 50 states, as well as Washington, DC and Puerto Rico — representing 402 schools. The 2020 Cooke College Scholarship recipients will be announced in April.

Photo caption: Indian Hill High School seniors Liz Radway and Sumaiya Hossain are two of eight students selected in Ohio and 477 across the country as semifinalists for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s prestigious Cooke College Scholarship Program.