Schulze Family Foundation College Scholars

The RMSFF board of trustees has overwhelmingly affirmed its support for the Schulze Family Foundation Scholarship program for graduating high school seniors from middle-income families.  This program is designed to reduce the crushing college debt burden faced by college students who have unmet need but don’t qualify for federal grant assistance. There are currently 131 Schulze Family Foundation Scholars from Minnesota, Florida, California, and Colorado who are attending more than 80 different colleges in pursuit of their dreams of becoming engineers, doctors, musicians, teachers, nurses and so much more.  They are involved in volunteer work through church and community activities, holding down part time jobs, participating in varsity athletics, Model U.N. and math team, just to name a few.  We are very proud to call them Schulze Scholars.

Our New 2018 Schulze Family Foundation Scholars

These students have distinguished themselves through community and/or church activities while showing significant academic achievement in high school. Scholarships are awarded for four consecutive years of full-time college enrollment with satisfactory academic performance.

Applicant Name  CollegeYour High SchoolCollege Name
Abigail MosemanSt. Paul Central High SchoolLoyola University Chicago
Addison KeelySt. Paul Central High SchoolUniversity of Washington–Seattle
Amanda RuciBarron Collier High SchoolJohns Hopkins University
Andrew ZelayaBarron Collier High SchoolStanford University
Aviana AccardiBarron Collier High SchoolFlorida State University
Berna McGintyTotino-Grace High SchoolUniversity of Minnesota Twin Cities
Bridget MurphyProvidence AcademyMiami University
Caroline PetersonBarron Collier High SchoolJacksonville University
Colette MoogHenry Sibley High SchoolUniversity of Wisconsin Madison
Daniella Torres-SkendiSt. Paul Central High SchoolVassar College
Desirae Brooks — Bethlehem AcademyBethlehem AcademyDePaul University
Emma ClarkEdina High SchoolUniversity of California, Berkeley
Emma NicholsonEdina High SchoolCreighton University
Gabriel FrommHenry Sibley High SchoolUniversity of Minnesota | Twin Cities
Grace ZdechlikEdina High SchoolCollege of Saint Benedict
Isabelle BirebentSt. Helena High SchoolSan Diego State University
Jack FoleyAcademy of Holy AngelsUniversity of Minnesota Twin Cities
Joe LindquistEden Prairie High SchoolUniversity of Wisconsin- Madison
Joseph WeikertHenry Sibley High SchoolIowa State University
Joshua Mark FeltonEdina High SchoolColorado College
Kaitlin KoranHill-Murray SchoolUniversity of Minnesota Twin Cities
Kaitlyn AlonsoSt. John Neumann Catholic High SchoolAve Maria University
Katelyn FitzgeraldSt. John Neumann Catholic High SchoolFlorida Southern College
Madison SzittaiNaples High SchoolBrown University
Matt ConnollySt. Agnes SchoolSaint John’s University
Matthew BostonTotino-Grace High SchoolUniversity of North Dakota
Max GantmanHenry Sibley High SchoolUniversity of Wisconsin- Madison
Melissa AguileraBarron Collier High SchoolUniversity of South Florida
Melissa Ramos-LoredoLorenzo Walker Technical High SchoolStetson University
Meredith DattiloPalmetto Ridge High SchoolStetson University
Michael Burke Jr.Cretin Derham Hall High SchoolUniversity of Saint Thomas
Michael Zhiyuan LinEdina High SchoolUniversity of Chicago
Miranda SkinnerSt. Paul Central High SchoolUniversity of San Diego
Molly TwistolVisitation SchoolMarquette University
Myles FlemingHenry Sibley High SchoolUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln
Norma UrrutiaLely High SchoolUniversity of Pennsylvania
Olivia GottSt. Helena High SchoolCalifornia Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo
Pazao LeeSt. Paul Central High SchoolWashington State University
Qwahn KentBattle Mountain High SchoolCornell University
Rob HixonVail Christian High SchoolUniversity of Redlands
Sam KinzelEden Prairie High SchoolWhitman College
Samuel GoaleySaint Thomas AcademyUniversity of St. Thomas
Savannah HarpsterSeacrest Country Day SchoolUniversity of Miami
Stephanie GalindoGolden Gate High SchoolFlorida Gulf Coast University