The master-plan community of Summerlin created The Summerlin Children’s Forum, a non-profit organization in 1997. This program aids Summerlin high school seniors that are residents of Summerlin with college scholarships.
This year three scholarships were awarded to the following recipients: Caitlyn Somers, a Faith Lutheran grad heading to UCLA to study English, Lauren Epstein from Palo Verde High School and going to Arizona State University to study biomedical engineering and Zachary Marks from West Career and Technical Academy heading to University of Utah to study political science and international studies.
To date the Summerlin’s Children Forum has funded just under $640,000 in scholarships, enrichment grants and special educational programs since its inception in 1997.
Tom Warden, senior vice president of community and government relations for Summerlin, stated “These students are representative of the very best in their respective schools and in their community. The scholarships are awarded to those who have achieved academically, while giving back to the community and school through a commitment to service and extracurricular activities.
Summerlin is one the most awarded master-planned communities in the United States and offers many newly built homes in almost 35 neighborhoods. There are also many existing homes listed for sale throughout the entire community at prices from the $200,000s to over $1 million.
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