Every year CSCA awards a spirit scholarship to an outstanding spirit leader based on participation in school and community activities, number of years in a spirit program, academic excellence, and letters of recommendation. We are proud to recognize the current and prior years recipients.
Lanie is a senior at Broomfield High School where she has been a Varsity Pom for 4 years and team captain for the past two years. She is a four year letterman and a four year Academic All American, maintaining a minimum of a 3.5 GPA all through her high school years. She is a published author with the local Literacy/Arts Magazine for her story “The Red Wheelbarrow”. Lanie received the Outstanding Business Student Award as a junior, Omni Service Champion Award as a senior, as well as homecoming royalty. She is a member of the National Honor Society. Her community service projects include the Youth Advisory Board for Broomfield FISH, who provides food and housing assistance to those in need and raises awareness of the issues and concerns faced by the youth in those communities. ASHA Colorado, a non-profit organization that promotes basic education in rural India. Lanie also was a peer tutor and teacher’s assistant for her advanced biology class. Lanie will graduate as one of the top students in her class with a 4.05 GPA. She would like to continue her education attending college majoring in business, with a minoring psychology in hopes of being a team leader in the corporate environment. She states “life is what you make it!”