Boise, ID -- 04/06/2022 -- On Tuesday, April 12, 2022, the 17th annual Boise Rotary Century Scholars Program will honor the top 100 graduating seniors from our community's public and non-public high schools: Bishop Kelly, Boise, Borah, Capital, Frank Church, Sage, Timberline and Riverstone.
This very special program is being sponsored by several of the Treasure Valley's Rotary Clubs and other long time community supporters to recognize the exceptional value our entire community places on high academic achievement.
Each student being recognized has substantially exceeded the minimum program grade point average requirement of 3.75 and represents the best in music, the arts, service to community, athletics and academics in each of our community's high schools. Our honorees also serve as role models for younger siblings and other students throughout Boise who look to them for leadership and guidance.
Each student has also had the opportunity to name three educators who played an important part in their life. One of those educators is also invited to accompany them to a special awards ceremony in their honor.
"Encouraging our students in their pursuit of excellence brings value and the promise of leadership to our community," said Bea Black, co-chair, 2022 Boise Rotary Century Scholars Program. "This program provides us the opportunity to recognize the attainment of excellence by the top 100 of this class of Boise's graduating seniors. It also allows us the opportunity to reward and honor the representative educators who have played such a major role in the success of each of our students."