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Jul 032012

The $250 Share Your Passion Scholarship Contest is finally over and we have found a winner.  With the help of some of our most trusted supporters, we selected the winner of our First Annual Share Your Passion Scholarship.

We had many wonderful entries from very talented young students; however, we ended up narrowing it down to 4 finalists.  We selected those essays as our top four, because they were truly inspiring essays written by students who have very bright futures ahead of them.  These young students genuinely wish to help make other people’s lives better.  We hope that the four finalists, and our two previous winners from Norco and Roosevelt, will become part of The Tutoring Solution family for years to come.

The 4th Place finalist is Nicole Hyland.  Nicole Hyland is a student in Chino Hills High School.  She is a very talented young lady who hopes to pursue acting.  She hopes to use acting as a way to inspire and bring people together.  She hopes to one day teach others how to do the same.  To read Nicole Hyland’s essay, click on the link.  We awarded her with a $10 gift card from Amazon.

The 3rd Place finalist is Jessica Senior of Beaumont High School.  Jessica wrote a beautiful essay about her passion for education and how she wishes to pursue a career as an English professor at the University level.  We know she is bound to become a very inspiring and talented professor one day.  To read Jessica Senior’s essay, click on the link.  We awarded Jessica with a $15 gift card from Amazon.

Alex Bernstein

Alex Bernstein

The 2nd Place finalist is Alex Bernstein.  Alex is a student at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy.  Alex’s passion for art and for helping minorities and the underprivileged express themselves through art, really moved us.  We genuinely wish success to Alex because we know the future holds great things for this talented and selfless young student.  To read Alex Bernstein’s essay, click on the link.  We have awarded Alex with a $50 Scholarship and a $20 gift card from Amazon.

David Dillon - Winner of the Scholarship

David Dillon

The 1st Place Winner of the $250 Share Your Passion Scholarship is David Dillon from Eleanor Roosevelt High School.  David is a truly special student.  He wants to learn as many languages as possible in order to bring people together and allow everyone to communicate openly with one another.  He wishes to break down the language barriers and to be able to understand people from different cultures and different walks of life.  If more people shared David’s mentality, the world would be a much more accepting and peaceful place.  To read David Dillon’s essay, click on the link.  We have awarded David with a $250 Scholarship.

$100 Facebook Scholarship Contest – All of our finalists, plus our past two winners of the $100 Share Your Passion Scholarship, still have the opportunity to win our $100 Facebook Scholarship Contest.  You have the opportunity to help us chose a winner.  In order to participate, simply “Like” us on Facebook and vote for the essay you feel is the best.

Blog-Based Learning Program – We have begun a Blog-Based Learning Program to help students learn through blogging.  Our first student is Stephanie Perera.  Follow her blog at StephanietheGreat and see all the wonderful tidbits Stephanie has to share with the world.

We tutor students in Chino, Chino Hills, Eastvale, Mira Loma, Alta Loma, Ontario, Corona, Norco, Rancho Cucamonga and all the surrounding cities.  We have students from Sky Country Elementary, Oxford Prepatory Academy, Townsend Junior High School, Roosevelt High School, Alta  Loma High School, Norco High School, Centennial High School, Chino Hills High School, Ontario Christian High School and Ayala High School.

To take advantage of summer tutoring, call us or email us today.  We provide one-on-one in home tutoring in Southern California.

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