Local students receive scholarships from Lubbock Area Foundation - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Local students receive scholarships from Lubbock Area Foundation

Andrew Charles Cook and Ruth Long received Harrington scholarships on Tuesday. Andrew Charles Cook and Ruth Long received Harrington scholarships on Tuesday.
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Four local high school students got a big surprise Tuesday from the Lubbock Area Foundation. They were each awarded scholarships for $20,000 for studying math, science and engineering in their secondary education.

The students honored Tuesday came from Lubbock High, Monterey and Trinity.

Two of the students awarded are going to the University of Texas.

One will go to Rice University.

And another is going to the Colorado School of Mines.

The winners were:

Luke Alan Kitten - Trinity High School

Ruth Long - Lubbock High School

Andrew Charles Cook - Lubbock High School

Lindsey Lewallen - Monterey High School

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