Renaud Boucher-Browning, one of our members, is the recipient of one of this years $1,000 Education Exchange College Grants. This national annual  scholarship program offers 4 $5,000 grants and 30 $1,000 grants worth a combined total of $50,000, to eligible high school seniors each year.

The program’s goal is to recognize, honor and assist hardworking and academically talented students as they further their education and prepare for the challenging careers that lie ahead. Renaud is a recent graduate of Boise High School where he was a member of the National Honor Society, the Humanitarian Club, and founder of Orchestra Buddies Tutoring Program.

Renaud is an avid musician and was in the Boise Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and was the winner of the Idaho Emerging Composers Competition. Honored as a National Merit Finalist, Renaud will attend Rice University where he plans to major in music.

We at CapEd are honored to present this grant to Renaud. We are so excited that he was chosen from thousands of applicants nationwide as one of the recipients for this national grant because of his outstanding achievements. Congratulations, Renaud, and best wishes to you on your future endeavors!

Published August 16, 2010
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