"We are very proud to recognize Gabriel and to acknowledge his outstanding achievements," said Ann Shenassa, chairman of the ECSF Committee. "We hope this scholarship propels him to a new level of achievement. Our goal is to inspire the best in our scholarship winners."
Steinmeyer plans to attend Berry College in Mt. Berry, GA. He was awarded this scholarship for his academic achievements, participation in school and community activities, and his essay.
The foundation is funded by Educational Communications Inc. (ECI), which publishes Who's Who Among American High School Students, Who's Who Among American Teachers and The National Dean's List. Established in 1967, the company is the oldest and most prestigious recognition program in the country.
This year, the ECSF Scholarship Committee selected 61 high school recipients and 50 college college recipients for 2007. Scholarships awarded totaled more than $150,000. Since its inception in 1968, over $5,000,000 has been awarded to deserving students across the country. More information is available at www.ecisf.org.