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Hispanic/African-American/Indigenous Recognition Scholars

Christopher Columbus High School is proud to announce that 140 Explorers have been named scholars in the 2022 National Recognition Programs, including the Hispanic, African American and Indigenous Recognition Programs.

The College Board National Recognition Programs create pathways to college for students from underrepresented communities by awarding them academic honors and connecting them with universities across the country.
 
Students recognized as scholars scored in the top 2.5% of the PSAT/ National Merit Scholarship Program and identified as African American, Hispanic American or Latinx or Indigenous.
 
College Board National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar(s):
  • Abraham Vera
  • Aidan Negret
  • Alec Alamina
  • Alejandro Delgado
  • Alejandro Echeverri
  • Alejandro Ojeda
  • Alejandro Rodriguez
  • Alejandro Vega
  • Alexander Cooper
  • Alfonso Salazar
  • Andre Santana
  • Andres Arguello
  • Andrew Caro
  • Andrew Illa
  • Andrew Nunez
  • Andrew Quintana
  • Anthony Mallafre
  • Anthony Vento
  • Basilio Paneque
  • Brian Jimenez
  • Brian Remy
  • Bryan Martinez
  • Camilo Nunez De Villavicencio
  • Carlos Handal
  • Carson Gonzalez
  • Cesar Perez
  • Charles Alfaro
  • Christian De Villiers
  • Christian Ordonez
  • Christian Wilson
  • Christopher Fonseca
  • Cristian Hoyo
  • Cristian Tobchi
  • Daniel Castro
  • Daniel Corazon
  • Daniel Higuera
  • David Aguero
  • David Grenier
  • David Iglesias
  • David Vina
  • Diego Aymerich
  • Dominic Scarcello
  • Dylan Rodriguez
  • Eduardo Real
  • Eduardo Valero
  • Eleazar Lopez-Contreras
  • Emilio Garza
  • Enrique Munoz
  • Enrique Villamil
  • Erick Gonzalez
  • Felipe Lorie
  • Fernando Ortega
  • Gabriel Hablich
  • Gabriel Perez
  • Gabriel Sengelmann
  • Gabriel Villar
  • George Kakouris
  • Gian Alfonso
  • Giancarlo Forero
  • Gianfranco Illas
  • Guillermo Rodriguez
  • Gustavo Alfonso
  • Gustavo Jimenez
  • Hans Bendixen
  • Hector Burnham-Ugalde
  • Ian Merino
  • Jaiden Mortazavi
  • Jake Gaunaurd
  • Jan Andretta
  • Jason Aguiar
  • John Sondon
  • Jorge Cereceda
  • Jorge Ramirez
  • Jorge Samudio Fernández
  • Jose Jimenez
  • Joseph Shore
  • Joshua Fernandez
  • Juan Garcia-Casals
  • Julian Guzman
  • Julian Sanchez
  • Justin Aguiar
  • Justin DeArmas
  • Kevin Cordero
  • Kevin Saez
  • Lexander Garcia
  • Lucas Delgado
  • Lucas Diaz
  • Lucas Hurley
  • Lucas Martinez
  • Luis Debayle
  • Luis Rauseo
  • Luke Pennie
  • Marcelo Andreu
  • Marcelo Arguello
  • Marcelo Varela
  • Marcos Fuertes
  • Martin Garri
  • Matias Malaga
  • Matthew Barinaga
  • Matthew Cutie
  • Maximiliano Munoz
  • Michael Clark
  • Michael Corral
  • Michael Novo
  • Michael Remy
  • Nicholas Blanch
  • Nicholas Foley
  • Nicholas Gonzalez
  • Nicholas Guzman
  • Nicholas Ivonnet
  • Nicholas Lamadriz
  • Nicholas Martinez
  • Nicholas Romano
  • Nicolas Lavin
  • Nicolas Morles
  • Nicolas Parra
  • Nicolas Postel
  • Nicolas Trujillo
  • Nikolas Dimitrakis
  • Omar Siman
  • Patrick Kettel
  • Ricardo Rivera
  • Ryan Hidalgo
  • Ryan Jacomino
  • Ryan McMillan
  • Salvador Miret
  • Santiago Rubero
  • Sebastian Aragon
  • Sebastian Omedas
  • Sebastian Valdes
  • Stefan Anzola
  • Stefano Candiani
  • Steven Vazquez
  • Thomas Verdeja
  • Tommy Pozo
  • Victor Gamboa
  • William Garcia
  • Zachary Carreno
 
College Board National African American Recognition Program Scholar(s):
  • Amari Hodges
  • Camilo Nunez De Villavicencio
  • Lawrence Polynice
 
College Board National Indigenous Recognition Program Scholar(s):
  • Andrew Maghak
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Christopher Columbus High School | 3000 SW 87 Avenue | Miami, FL 33165 | (305) 223-5650
Christopher Columbus High School is a private, Roman Catholic, college-preparatory high school, conducted by the Marist Brothers of the Schools. We aim to make Jesus Christ known and loved, as we prepare young men for higher education and for their continuous challenge of harmonizing faith, culture and life. We foster a family spirit among all who are committed to the success of the school and promote opportunities to work together as a community of learners. 

Columbus is fully accredited by Cognia and is a member of the Marist Association of Secondary schools, the National Catholic Education Association and the Independent Schools of South Florida.