6 Seniors Named Pathfinder Award Winners

6 Seniors Named Pathfinder Award Winners

6 Seniors Named Pathfinder Award Winners

Each year the Palm Beach Post sponsors the Pathfinder Scholarship Awards to honor the best and brightest students in Palm Beach and Martin Counties. Six students from American Heritage Schools, Palm Beach Campus, have been named Pathfinder Award recipients. We are so proud of these Stallions!

Congratulations to our 2023 Pathfinder Award Winners:

  • Lauren Wald - Reach for Excellence - 1st Place
  • Nolan Wen - Science - 2nd Place
  • Dylan McClish - Computer Science - 2nd Place
  • Joshua Sadun - Music: Instrumental - 3rd Place
  • Deeksha Kumaresh - Academic Excellence - 3rd Place
  • Daniela Guarino - Literature - 3rd Place

In addition to requiring written recommendations from principals, program directors, and teachers, finalists are also required to participate in an interview process.

The Pathfinder Awards marked their 40th year with 530 candidates. The first-place winner in each of the 18 categories received a $3,000 scholarship. Second and third-place winners received $2,000 and $1,500, respectively.

“We congratulate all of the Pathfinder Award winners, as well as the nominees,” said Palm Beach Post Executive Editor Rick Christie. “With the help of their parents and loved ones, these students are laying the groundwork for a great future. We wish them well."

About the Pathfinder Awards

Pathfinders is one of the state's largest and most comprehensive high school scholarship programs, extending eligibility to all public and private high schools in Palm Beach and Martin counties. Each year, scholarships are awarded to 54 of the best and brightest high school seniors in the two-county area. Students are selected and nominated by their schools.