The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, established in 1964, recognizes and honors 141 high school seniors from across the nation for their excellence in academics, extra-curricular activities and volunteering. Twenty of the Presidential Scholars who were chosen because they excel musically, performed last night at the Kennedy Center.
The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program honors 141 high school seniors from across the nation for their excellence. Sally, Greg and Lindsey Brinton were among the guests.
Karen Goodman, Emmett Watson and Sarah Arison
Twenty of the 141 high school seniors from across the nation who were honored performed last night at the Kennedy Center in front of DC notables.
Tony Award nominated dancer Desmond Richardson, co-founder and co-artistic director of Complexions Contemporary Ballet, addressed the crowd
Twenty U.S. Presidential Scholars were chosen because they excel musically. Last night at the Kennedy Center, they performed for Washington notables.
Presidential Scholar Teacher Dr. Charles McArver
Kim Ataide with David Schmittgins
David, Brent and Esther Jane Ward
Maryann and Eva Gustafson with Max Gabrielson
Students Katie Hill, Dylan Jones and Vanessa Chin surround Presidential Scholar Reed Wommack
Alli Codina and Brenda Frank flank MOMA's Emmett Watson
2010 Presidential Scholars Paul Wasserman, Majorie Bateman, Benjamin Lei, Angela Woods and Diana Chin