This year has been very exciting. It is the first year that we have offered scholarships. We offered the $250 Share Your Passion Scholarship, which was open to all the schools we currently or have in the past tutored students from, the $100 Share Your Passion Scholarship (exclusively for Roosevelt High School Students), the $100 Share Your Passion Scholarship (exclusively for Norco High School Students), and the $100 Facebook Scholarship Contest, which was open to all the runner ups.
We had high expectations for the quality of essays we would receive; however, we did not expect to get so many wonderfully written essays by such talented and passionate young students.
Because we were so excited by the essays we received, we decided to create a $100 Facebook Scholarship Contest, in which we would ask our four runner ups of the $250 Share Your Passion Scholarship and our previous two scholarship winners, from Norco and Roosevelt, to participate in the contest.
Our main goal behind the $100 Facebook Scholarship Contest was that we wanted to share the six essays with our followers and to give them the opportunity to help us pick a winner. Little did we expect to receive such an impressive response from the Facebook community.
Within a matter of a one or two days of posting the contest on Facebook, the contestants began uploading their entries, and the votes started pouring in. Although not all six contestants participated in our Facebook contest, the four that did participate really impressed our followers. We were sincerely astounded by the incredible support that some of our contestants received.
The essay that received the most votes was David Dillon’s essay – which also happened to be our $250 Share Your Passion Scholarship Winner. Right from the beginning, David was able to garner a lot of support from his Facebook friends and family. Throughout the whole contests, his family shared many of our Facebook posts to their followers – the comments they posted on our posts revealed their great pride in David, it was truly moving. After reading David’s essay, we understand why they are so proud of this outstanding young man.
David will soon be attending Cal State Northridge, and we know for a fact that he is bound to accomplish many wonderful things. We hope that he keeps all of us updated on his future success and that he becomes a part of The Tutoring Solution family. Congratulations David!
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.
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