June 30, 2014

Avalon Scholarship Recipients!

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Avalon is pleased to announce our scholarship recipients for the upcoming school year listed below! Each of these individuals have worked hard, setting themselves up for success with a bright future in cosmetology. Welcome and congratulations to all who will be joining us to learn more about beauty!

Joanna Hardesty – Diablo Valley School

Ajee Mabrey – Oakland Technical

Emiko Lawrence Rogers – Diablo Valley School

McKenna Ramirez – Roy High School

Kaitlyn Bailey – Bonneville High School

Miranda Anderson – Canyon Hights Adult Learning

Madison Whaley – Pocatello High

Miranda Mumford – Davis High School

Destiny Hoskins – Clearfield High School

Sara Jean Charcon – Bonneville High School

Gabriela Hernandez – Roy High School

Kaylee Kendall – Syracuse High School

Sabrina Hidalgo

Daniela Perez – Chandler High School

Yani Langley – Chief Hill

Jordan Lewis – McClintock High School

Briana Nimmo – Marcos de Niza

Estephany Olvera Hernandez – Compodre High School

Kaitlyn Davis – Skyline High School

Marissa Sanchez – East Valley Academy

Tamara Fox – Desert Hills

Alysa Velasco – Basha High School

Taylor Barraza – Canyon Valley High School

Salina Lowery – Westwood High School

Beverly Palomino – Queen Creek High School

Hayley Cruz – McClintock High School

Celina Aranjo – Dysart High School

Kassandra Rangel – Phoenix College Prep Academy

Francisco Ochoa – Trevlor G Browne High School

Yolanda Gonzalez Dysart – High School

 

We look forward to seeing you all soon!

 

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