We are thrilled to name this year's deserving recipients of the Richard Beck Scholarship. These students are dedicated, hardworking, with a driver and unappareled dedication, not only to their studies but to their community. These students not only volunteer but see a need and fill it. They possess a curiosity and maturity beyond their years, as well as humility. What great characteristics to have. We are so very proud to be able to help them in their future journey.
Nathan Tesfo is a member of the National Honor Society, President of Culture Alliance, Peer Leader for Special needs class, Social Media Coordinator of Culture Alliance Club, Key Club member, Manager & volunteer for School Cafe Lounge, COVID -19 Grocery Deliverer Volunteer, and Basketball Coach & Mentor for Elementary Athletes. 
Caleb Hurley is also actively involved. He plays racquetball, tennis, CAD Student of the Year in 2019-2020, National Honor Society Member - serving as Secretary in his junior and senior years, Spanish Honor Society member, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Merit Commendation in 2022, AP Scholar with Distinction in 2022, Robotics Club, PCI Ban Competition, Emmanuel Bible Church Youth Leader, ELLS International, Marion Polk Food Share Youth Farm crew leader, Awesome 3000 Volunteer, Kuebler Cleanup Volunteer, as well as volunteering around the community and as a math tutor. 
Abigail Duhart is also very active, ballet dancer, plays the violin, volunteer at St. John's School, as well as Creative Writing club, Book club, Newspaper, Basketball player, NHS, Honorable Mention All-League, AVID scholar and on track to receive Oregon Honors Diploma. She is extremely hard working, ambitious and curious. Characteristics that will ensure her success. 
All have of our scholarship winner have high standards and values, hard workers, and are well respected by fellow students, teachers and community leaders. We congratulate our winners and wish them success in their future endeavors.