The West Bloomfield School District is proud to announce that three students were recently recognized by the College Board National African American Recognition Program for their remarkable academic achievements and outstanding performance on the PSAT/NMSQT. Our scholars and their accolades are listed below:
- Rave Andrews is the daughter of Etsuko and Joseph Andrews. She hopes to take her love of programming and study computer science in college at either the University of Michigan or Northwestern University. At West Bloomfield High School, she currently serves as President of the Democratic Club, Executive Board member for HOSA (Future Health Professionals), Executive Board member, and Team Captain for both the Debate and Forensics teams. Rave has also been a member of Student Government for all four years of high school.
- Jada Lee is the daughter of Daphane and Ricky Lee. She is interested in studying Public Health and Microbiology at either University of Michigan and Washington University in St.Louis. At West Bloomfield High School, she is President of HOSA (Future Health Professionals), Co-Captain of the Varsity Figure Skating, Vice President of Genes In Diseases and Symptoms (GIDAS), member of the A Cappella Jazz Choir - Laker Express, Treasurer of the Choral Department, Model United Nations Executive Board member, Committee Chair of the West Bloomfield Michigan High School Democrats, and National Honor Society member.
- David Unogu is the son of Francess and Okechukwu Unogu. He is interested in studying Neurology and Oncology at the collegiate level. At West Bloomfield High School, he is involved with the National Honor Society, E.A.R.T.H. Club and HOSA (Future Health Professionals).
As a National African American Recognition Program winner, the College Board will help make it easier for student to connect directly to colleges around the country. This includes:
- Helping colleges see the range of each student’s talents and interests by sharing some of their achievements.
- Encourage colleges to invite students to campuses.
- Invite students to apply and to consider opportunities like scholarship programs.
David Coleman, The College Board CEO, said, “We are extremely proud of all these students have accomplished and to honor them as part of the National African American Recognition Program. We are hopeful this program helps them on your path to college. On behalf of the College Board, I celebrate these students' success and the brightness of all that's ahead.”
Visit www.psat.org/recognition for more information.