The scholarships are given to girls who show superior academic performance, exceptional community service, a history of volunteering, campus leadership, responsibility and integrity and are goal-oriented, said Mary Jane Rittichier, scholarship chairwoman.
Tatevik will be attending UCLA next fall, majoring in global studies and English. Tatevik is a long-term volunteer for the Glendale Adventist Hospital, Glendale Rose Float Assn. and the Pacific Branch Library. She is also treasurer of the Armenian Club and an exceptional writer, serving as the editor in chief of Clark Magnet School’s literary magazine. She translated fairy tales for children as her senior project.
Holly will attend Occidental College in the fall, majoring in business administration. Holly ranked ninth in a class of 706. She plays the clarinet and was head of her section in the high school band. She also was editor in chief of CV’s Journeys Magazine. For years Holly has volunteered for the beautification program at Virgil Middle School and founded the Builder’s Club there.
Gohar will be attending UC Irvine, majoring in biology with a minor in psychology. Gohar has donated hundreds of volunteer hours to the Glendale Community Free Health Clinic, UCLA Medical Center, the Ararat Nursing Facility, the Glendale Tournament of Roses Assn. and the Glendale Public Library. She is also a violinist who has been playing since third grade. She was a member of the Glendale High School Orchestra and a member of the Debate Club, the Armenian Club and Future Doctors of America Club.