By Jayme Taylor, Communication Manager
Hana Page wants to cure cancer. Thanks to a $58,000, full-ride scholarship from the University of Pennsylvania, she’s one step closer to fulfilling her dream. Page, a Clover Park High School senior—received a full-ride academic scholarship to the University of Pennsylvania to cover tuition, room and board, books and expenses.
“UPenn was my first choice—it’s a prestigious Ivy League University and has one of the best bioengineering programs in the nation,” said Page, who plans to attend graduate school after obtaining her bachelor’s degree. “I am very honored to receive this scholarship. I want to be a biomedical researcher and work to conduct cancer-related research to improve treatments and cures for cancer.”
Page, 18, is a full time Running Start student at Pierce College and will graduate high school with an associate’s degree. She is president of the National Honor Society, a member of the varsity golf team, captain of the Knowledge Bowl, a member of MESA, a student ambassador, member of Phi Theta Kappa and a community volunteer.
Page is the daughter of Suki Page.Print This Post