The 2007 Magic 106.5 American Scholar finalists are Jason Huffman and David Cutright from Buckhannon-Upshur High School; Kayla Bartlett from Philip Barbour; Jennifer Collins from Ritchie County; Lindsay Dawson from Bridgeport; Tiera Floyd from Braxton County; Danielle Kelly from Elkins; Samantha Kovar from Liberty; Jacob Rumer from Morgantown; Jacob Steele from Philip Barbour; Rebecca Stewart from Lewis County; and Natasha Turner from Elkins.
The scholarship competition is sponsored by Colombo & Stuhr, attorneys at law; BioLife Plasma Services; MVB Bank; the West Virginia Radio Corp., and Wesleyan.
Voters can participate in the selection process at www.wvmagic.com/home.php
The American Scholar program is one of many scholarship opportunities available at Wesleyan. The college provides academic awards that range from $9,000 to $14,000 per year as well as athletic, community service, performing arts, and visual arts scholarships. For more information about Wesleyan’s scholarship programs, call the Office of Admission at 1-800-722-9933.