VENICE, Fla. – This year, the Rotary Futures College Resource Center, a community-based nonprofit resource center that provides free post-secondary planning services to Venice-area students, assisted the Venice High School 2019 senior class with the most scholarships awarded to date.
Of the reported scholarships received, the 540-member senior class garnered a total of $11.3 million in scholarships. Accepted private and institutional scholarships accounted for approximately $7.5 million of that total.
“This year’s Venice High School students excelled academically, artistically and athletically,” said Kim Kindell, the director of the Rotary Futures College Resource Center. “The 2019 senior class has been the most successful in regards to earning private, institutional and athletic scholarships to date. Congratulations to all the graduating seniors.”
The senior class celebrated their accomplishments during Senior Awards Night on May 9 inside the Venice High School’s Performing Arts Center.
The Rotary Futures College Resource Center
The Rotary Futures College Resource Center (RFCRC) is a community-based nonprofit resource center located at Venice High School. The organization provides free post-secondary planning services to Venice-area students of all ages. The RFCRC’s innovative approach utilizes a resource center with computers, numerous printed materials and volunteers to assist students, parents and community members. For more information, visit www.RotaryFutures.org.