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.

2017 Schulze Family Foundation Scholars

Scholar High School College
Alexandra G Radotich Totino-Grace High School College of Saint Benedict 
Alexandra H Taylor Barron Collier High School Indiana University Bloomington - Jacobs School of Music
Brady J Stoffel Eden Prairie High School University of Minnesota: Twin Cities
Brendan Weed Eden Prairie High School St. Olaf College
Carlos E McMerty-Brummer Benilde St. Margaret's School University of St. Thomas
Chapin A Benway Battle Mountain High School University of Washington 
Claire K Shaw Cretin Derham Hall High School St Olaf College
Connie Kimberly Chao Edina High School Wellesley College
Daniel T O'Reilly Henry Sibley High School Yale University
Elle Berglund Visitation School Boston College
Emma R Kane DeLaSalle High School Boston College
Esteban Ramos Barron Collier High School University of Central Florida
Ethan Tollefson Totino-Grace High School The University of Kansas
Generose  M Angarola  Vail Christian High School Point Loma Nazarene University 
Grace A Gallucci Academy of Holy Angels Chapman University
Greta A Mundt St. Paul Central High School Smith College
Hannah K Vogt Palmetto Ridge High School Florida State University
Jacqueline Zeller Community School of Naples Bard College
John J Heerema First Baptist Academy Berry College
Josephine R Hall Henry Sibley High School University of Wisconsin Madison
June Ofstedal St. Paul Central High School Wellesley College
Kaitlyn C Ennis Lorenzo Walker Technical High School University of Florida
Kate Rogers Central High School University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Kelly Farrell St. John Neumann Catholic High School Florida Southern College
Kristin A Evely Lely High School Florida Atlantic University
Leah M Barron Providence Academy University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Liliana Jimenez Henry Sibley High School University of Minnesota Rochester
Matthew J Bachmeier Henry Sibley High School DePaul University
Matthew Christian Rice Edina High School Baylor University
Megan E Thompson Academy of Holy Angels College of St. Benedict
Michelle L Schubert Golden Gate High School University of South Florida
Morgan  V Frank Benilde St. Margaret's School Marquette University
Nicole M Garcia Gulf Coast High School Florida State University
Rachel Ann Schwarz Edina High School University of Wisconsin, Madison 
Romano M Coe Barron Collier High School University of Florida
Romi Lee Edina High School Rice University
Samantha Green Palmetto Ridge High School Univeristy of Florida
Samuel B Awes St. Paul Central High School University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Samuel J Gantman Henry Sibley High School Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sierra Brink Barron Collier High School NOVA Southeastern University
Simon  J Dreisbach Cretin Derham Hall High School University of Minnesota
Stephanie Reyes Naples High School Pennsylvania State University
Stephanie S Desinor Golden Gate High School University of Richmond
Vanessa Wang Edina High School Cornell University

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.