College Application Program


Toby Rose
Independent
College Counselor

College Applications Program Services:

Students may begin Educational and College counseling with Toby Rose in 8th grade. This will insure that the students will take the correct courses in 9th grade. 

Initial counseling the student and his or her parents with Toby Rose

Selection and research of potential colleges or universities for student (Including in-depth assistance with sorting through college materials, compiling a list of colleges, interviewing techniques)

Selection of community service project (mandatory for graduation in Miami-Dade Public Schools) and monitoring the number of hours worked

Review of college expectations

Assistance with college recommendations

Counseling sessions with student and parents (if desired) to discuss topics for personal statement and essay questions

Monitoring of application deadlines, interviewing instruction, and conferences with students and/or parents

Guidance through actual application. Review of completed applications prior to being sent to colleges or universities.

Meetings with teachers and guidance counselors at the student’s school, upon request.

Accommodation of special needs.

The college application fee is non-refundable.




Florida Private and Public Universities

www.fastweb.com

www.collegeboard.com

http://www.fldcu.org

 

 

Aidan Levy
Palmer Trinity
Raul Alfredo Rolon
College Academy
University of Florida
Ricky Tamis
Miami Beach Senior High School

Nick Greco
Tara Senior High

Lillie Drenth
St Brendan High School
UF

Rosalie Luo
University of Michigan
Cameron Crook
Miami Arts Charter School
Homestead
Bianca Hart Glatzer
Palmetto Senior High
11th grade
Alex Callahan
St. Brendan's High School
Eckerd College

Valentina Testa
Saint Thomas Aquinas High school
UCF
Sabrina Arevalo
Palmetto
Ana Barrios
Miami Coral Park Senior High
11th grade
Juan Garcia
Florida State
Faith Crabtree
MAST Academy
Isabella Tamis
Miami Beach Senior High School
Dominique Roitman
New World School of the Arts
University of Michigan
Naya Schere
Brandeisa University

Patrick Wonjun Yeo
Senior at Palmetto Senior High
UM
Devin Apollon
Palmetto Senior High
Notre Dame

Sarah Berlan
Palmetto Senior High School
George Washington University
Savannah Roberts
Gulliver Prep
Rocky Pena
Gulliver Prep
Timothy Cheung
Mast Academy
Melanie Robaina
Miami Southwest


Tiffany and Timothy Chen taking a break in Toby's kitchen.
George Liu, Angela Liu, and Tiffany Chen from left to right.
George is at Columbia, Angela is at Duke, and Tiffany is at Purdue
     
Raymond Wu and his family. (Palmetto High, FIU) Tiffany Chen (Purdue University), Angela Liu (Duke University), and George Liu (Columbia University).
   
Tiffany and Timothy (Mast Academy)
Aidan Levy,Palmer Trinity, with mom Jennifer Levy
   
Gale Lewis, one of my former kids from many years ago. Also an AEPhi sister Luca and Carolina, his mom. LaSalle High School
   

       
Not Pictured:

     
George Liu
Palmetto H.S.
Columbia University

Naya Schere
Coral Reef
Brandeis University
Julia Haynes
Coral Reef
UC Berkeley
Angea Liu
Palmetto H.S.
Duke
Madelene Smith
Coral Reef
American

Briana Paiewonsky
Coral Reef
UF
Jasleen Tsing Tsang
Palmetto H.S.
USC
Enerique Iturregul
Belen
NYU
Victoria Sharam
Coral Reef
NYU


Ali Roberts
Gulliver Academy
Florida State
Segall Sax
Sunset
Brandeis University
 
       
       
Jialin Z.
Coral Reef Sr. H.S.
IB Academy
SAT 2400
University of Pensylvania


Stephanie Peng
Gulliver Academy
Pinecrest, Florida
Georga tech
Chris Fisk
Palmetto Sr.H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Student Council President
Georgetown
Alec Perez
Columbus H.S.
U.M.
Jordan de la Cruz
Palmetto H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
FIU


Tiffany Chen
Palmetto H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Perdue
Michael Masrieh
Columbus H.S.
U.F.
Wendy Lau
Palmetto H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Duke
Myungi Son
Palmetto Sr.H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
UM


Paul Ledea
Palmetto H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida

Stephanie Uribe
Gulliver Academy
Pinecrest, Florida
Franklin in Switzreland
Victor Millian
Palmer Trinity H.S.
Miami, Florida
George Washington
Vivian Chong
Palmetto H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Vanderbilt


Amy Fang
Palmetto Sr.H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Carnegie Mellon
Armani Lopez
Ransom Everglades H.S.
Cindy Zou
Gulliver Academy
Pinecrest, Florida
Cornell
Winnie Chen
Palmetto H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Perdue


Ana Loppes
Westminster Christian
Miami, Florida
NYU
Clayre Benzadon
Palmetto H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Brandise
Emily Walters
SAS Kendall
U.F.
Jessie Liu
Palmetto H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Emory


James Bao
Coral Feef Sr. H.S.
Washington University in St. Louis
Megan McCrink
Palmetto H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
UM

Jennifer Yu
Palmetto H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
American Univercity
Daniel Cordero
Terra Enviromnental H.S.
Wake Forest

James Gordon
New World School
Miami, Florida
Tufts
Jessica de la Cruz
Coral Reef H.S.
FIU
Miranda Hernandez
South Dade Sr. H.S.
UC Berkley


Dear Toby,

Ever since I stepped through the door of Toby Rose's in the beginning of my sophomore year, you have been not only a college counselor to me, but also another mother figure in my life. You have assisted me with my college applications, with editing and re-editing my essays, with preparing me for interviews, with picking out my high school courses, with providing me the opportunity to work as a student worker in your office where I gained first-hand work experience... But it doesn’t stop there; you have also opened my eyes to everything happening around me, and to all the possibilities in this world.

Every month during our meetings, we would always have meaningful discussions regarding current events and debate our opinions on numerous matters. And, whenever you stumbled upon fascinating findings, you would inform me. In the beginning, most news you brought up invoked a “oh, really?” or “wow, I didn’t know that” from me, and it always bothered me, realizing how little I knew of the world I live in. And so, instinctively, I began watching the news and read newspapers and news magazines more frequently. I can’t even begin to imagine how little I would know if I have never met you. You brought out the curiosity in me. Now, I want to know everything I possibly can about the world and all that’s occurring in it.

I have never really figured out what I wanted to do with my future, with my life. I remember the first time we had a meeting, you asked me “what do you want to do in the future”. My reply was “I’m not sure” while, immediately, my mom replied “most likely something medically related”. Then, I’m not sure what gave it away, but it seems as if you immediately picked up on the fact that what she said wasn’t what I wanted at all. When my mom went to use the restroom, you asked me “you don’t want to be a doctor or anything, do you?” and I replied “no, I might not know what I want to be, but I do know that I DON’T want to be doctor or anything relate.”

From that moment and on, you recommended countless majors for me to look into, and magically convinced my parents that I don’t have to go to medical school to be successful, that there are other options out there for me where I can be happy and STILL be successful—something that even I was beginning to believe was impossible by then. After being told by all my family members and all family friends that the only way I can have a good life is if I become a doctor for all my 15 years, and that the only reason I didn’t want to be one at the moment was because I was too young and I didn’t know what’s good for my future… It really wasn’t easy holding on to what I believed in.

And so, for the first time in my entire life, I felt like someone actually respects what I have to say about my future. I felt like I wasn’t alone in this fight anymore. Most importantly, you restored my faith in myself. I believe 100% that I can have a bright future without having to be a doctor again. You always believed in me and pushed me to my best, and now I think I’m beginning to be confident about my future and myself, too.

Without you, I probably wouldn’t even have applied to George Washington University and I probably wouldn’t even have thought about looking into International Affairs. But I am so glad that you suggested GWU because the school really makes me so happy. I remember ever since the first time you brought up GWU, you glanced at me with a look in your eyes and said “wow, I think that’s the perfect school for you actually. It really could be perfect for you.” I never took that seriously, but now I have got to say: you’re completely right… There’s really nowhere else I’d rather be than to be in GWU right now (especially studying a major that I’m actually interested in, one that I actually enjoy)!

Of course, being a second mother, outside of academics, you cared about me tremendously too. You gave me advices when I was in trouble; you gave me “talks” and “lectures” (some my real mother never even gave me!) when you thought there were things I need to be careful with and watch out for; you comforted me when I felt down… We’ve always kept each other updated on our lives and you are like another support system for me, someone who will always be there for me whenever I need to talk.

I’ll always remember Toby Rose's Even though I got tutored there, tutored others there, and worked there, I still get a warm feeling whenever I visit no matter how cold the AC in the rooms is (and it most definitely CAN get pretty cold). It’s almost as if I’m at a second home. I’ll always remember Jeanette, who is the most wonderful Reading/Writing tutor anyone can ever have. Not only is she a walking dictionary/grammar handbook, but also she has such a big heart—always wanting to reach out to others and to give all that she can to everyone in need. I was so touched by her that I have even helped her with some of her brilliant projects outside of TRCP.

Then, there’s you Toby. I’m so glad that I met you. Words can’t even begin to express my feelings. I’m incredibly thankful to have someone like you in my life, behind me and supporting me all the way. I will never forget my second mother, and you will always BE my second mother. I will continue to keep you updated on everything exciting happening in my life, and anything that might help future students in your programs. And if there is anyone interested in GWU, or simply anyone who you think might find it helpful to talk to me, feel free to let him/her contact me—I would always be glad to lend a hand!

Thank you for everything… And MORE!

Love Always,

Wanting Ma
Miami Palmetto Senior High ‘09
George Washington University ‘13

P.S. I LOVE YOU MOMMY NUMBER TWO! 我爱你! =)




Dear Toby,
August 3, 2009

Its been 4 years since I met you in 9th grade, and I can't believe time passed by so quickly. You are one of the few people who have stayed in my life throughout high school. You were my guide, my mentor, and most of all, my second mother. You saw my strengths and made sure that they shined. You pointed out my weaknesses and helped me overcome them. I remember how you pushed me to join Henry, Joseph, and Brian and start a charity rock band. I remember how you pushed me to retake the SAT twice in order to get a 2360. And of course, I will never forget how you pushed me to rewrite my Yale application essay the night before the deadline, a key factor to my acceptance.

Thank you Toby for all that you’ve done for me.

With love,
Garrett Lau
MIT 13’

 

 


Toby With Valeda Yong
Rice University

Toby with Seung Choi
Cornell University


Veronica Virgin with Toby
Gulliver
SMU


Jamie Rojas with Toby
Doral Academy H.S.

Na Na with Toby
China
Florida Gulf Coast


SAT Class

Seung Choi with Toby
Palmetto H.S.
Cornell University

Silvan Sax with Toby
American University
Sunset

Toby with Stephanie Uribe
Gulliver Prep

Veronica Virgin & Tiffany Virgin with Toby

Veronica Virgin

SMU

Tiffany Virgin
Wake Forest University

 

I have been working with Toby for over two years now, talking about clubs I should join, activities I should organize, colleges I should check up on, or just the simple question; how’s life rolling along?

Attending Toby's program, I've become very comfortable sitting in front of her desk and talking about already anything, from what I study to school to what I do for fun.

I have never hesitated to ever call Toby up on the phone or drop by her office for any questions that came up, Toby's one of the most approachable people in my life.

Recently leaving the family, my brother, working with Toby Rose for four years, is studying in Holland. Now I'm working to get into my dream school, which I think will be easy done!

Miklos Bartha
Holland

 

 

My name is Heeweon Kim and I am a senior at Miami Palmetto Senior High School. I have been working with Toby since freshman year, and can truthfully say that she has made a tremendous impact in my life.

I moved to the United States about five years ago. When I entered high school, I was clueless, with nobody to help me. Coming from that conservative, Asian household, I had little confidence in my potentials and myself. Toby helped me get through some of the hardest times in my life, giving me the strength and confidence I needed. In ninth grade, I told Toby that I would never get into a good college throughout the four years of high school; she encouraged me and raised my confidence. Now I am ready to apply to some of the most prestigious schools in the country.

It is hard to imagine what my high school life would have looked like if it weren't for Toby. She has been one of the few people outside of my family that I have established such a strong bond with; throughout my college years and beyond, our bond will remain sturdy.

Heeweon Kim
Vanderbilt

 

 

 

Before I met Toby I had just hit a rough patch in my life. I focused on everything in the world besides school. My grades plummeted as my motivation to succeed did as well. I felt like I had just hit rock bottom, I would lose sleep every night thinking about my future, thinking that there wasn’t one for me. Clearly, me doing all the work my self just wasn’t working. I knew I needed help. So I went to Toby. Toby was the first person to tell me that my life wasn’t over, that it’s possible to get my grades up, and get into some good schools. I walked out of my first meeting with Toby, with a mind full of relief and a heart full of hope. At that point I had knew I had made the right decision to come see Toby. One of the things I love about Toby is that she is a good friend. Don’t get me wrong, she’s an amazing help, and its wonderful that I can call her whenever I have a question on an application, but when it comes down to it, helping her kids is her life, not her job. Toby is a person I can always count on to talk to when I need help regardless if it is school related or not. So where would I be without Toby? I don’t even want to know. Now thanks to Toby, just last Thursday I got my first acceptance into UCF. Thank You and Toby, Thank you for everything.

Josh Quartin
UCF

 

 

 

Toby Rose’s program really shouldn’t be called Toby Rose’s program, it should be called the life planner with a mother of a thousand kids and; that title is no exaggeration. Toby Rose’s program helped me improve my SAT score with their amazing classes, I also received preparation for the ACT. The most important area of help came from Toby Rose, my second mother - she prepared me with ACT reading and math and working one on one. She created a signature relationship that helped her to guide me in which direction to go in terms of college. Toby rose is my second mother and she knows me sometimes better than myself, especially when she finishes my sentences and when she lets me know which direction would be the best for me. Toby Rose’s program created the greatest ME possible, with her special personality. These past 4 years of my life have flown but they created something I can never replace. The money spent is immaterial compared to the relationship that was made between Toby and I. I can categorize Toby Rose’s program in two words, LIFE CHANGING.

David Yankana
FIA Gulf Coast

 

 

 

 


Krista Pedersen
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
Wheaton College

Good Afternoon. My name is Krista Pedersen and I am a junior at Miami Palmetto Senior High School. I knew of Toby and her program because my brother Daniel and gone through her SAT prep classes, which helped him to receive an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point.

I started with the Toby Rose’s program Program the spring of my freshman year. Each month I meet with Toby and she mentors me and talks to me about my goals and aspirations. She advises me on my curriculum for the coming year and challenges me each time to grow and develop a global view of the world. Last summer I attended a Student Leadership program in Europe. I have a great interest in Political Science and Economics with a concentration in Middle Eastern Studies. Toby has nurtured that interest. I have visited over 11 colleges and with the stiff competition out there she is guiding me to develop my passion and is helping me to navigate the best college choices for me.

Toby has inspired me to think about the future even though I am often overwhelmed with my daily studies and responsibilities. She has helped me to understand how the sacrifices that I make today will affect my future plans, and as a result I am more organized and effective with my time. With Toby’s help, last year I received the academic achievement award for earth space sciences at my high school and I have maintained my name on the principal’s honor roll every year.

I mostly consider Toby a good friend, who I can talk to and share openly. Thank you allowing me to share my thoughts with you today.

Krista Pedersen

 

 

 

I have known Toby since I was in 10th grade. Perhaps, I have known Toby for a much longer time. Ten years ago, I began Chinese at a local Chinese school and my mother sat and took notes, while Toby did a presentation there. I was only 6 years old at the time. My mother believed that I would, one day, need Toby for guidance. And it so happened, that, ten years later, my mother opened her notebook, containing the notes she wrote a decade ago, and sent me to her for guidance because she believed that her good advice and suggestions are priceless.

Toby is my second mother. For the past three years, she has helped me in so many ways, offering tips with college applications and even teaching me the workings of society. She is a true counselor who unselfishly devotes her personal time with her kids and I admire her for her altruistic and genuine qualities.

She is accountable and supported me in every way possible. Like a mother, Toby picks me up and directs me to the right path when I fall in the wrong direction. Toby is my second mother and I forever hold a place in my heart.

Mindy Wang
UF Honors

 

 

 

Although it has been almost 4 years now, it seems that just yesterday I walked into Toby Rose’s program for the first time. When I met Toby for the first time I instantly knew that she was going to be one of the few people I could truly trust. With all that has gone on in my life, whether trouble at home or drama at school, Toby has always been there for me, for all of us, and now with what has happened in the last couple of weeks we all need Toby the most. I guess that’s what makes Toby special, she isn’t just there to help us with college, and she’s there to help us with life.

Nicole Robson

 



Vivian Eiroaa
Our Lady of Lourdes Academy
Miami, Florida
NYU
Mayra Castellon
Gulliver Prep.
Pinecrest, Florida
BC
Claudia Iturrgui
Carrollton

James Leichtman
Christopher Colombus
 
Josh Quartin
Palmetto High
Pinecrest, Florida
UCF
Tiffany Virgin
Carrolton
Wake Forest
Ariella Ederi
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
EMORY
Matyas Bartha
Palmer Trinity School
Miami, Florida
Lydia Vazquez
Gulliver Prep.
Pinecrest, Florida
Michael Sanchez
Gulliver Prep.
Pinecrest, Florida
Michael Band Klayder
Killian Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
Elizabeth Lancaster
Ronald Reagan
Miami, Florida
Daniel Antonell
Coral Reef
Florida Gulf Coast University
Dylan Thompson
Academy of Arts and Mind
Miami, Florida
Stephanie Morales
Westminster Christian
Miami, Florida
Carlos Olivares
Palmetto High
Pinecrest, Florida
Andrew Castellanos
Westminster Christian
Miami, Florida
Mario Fonseca
Belen Jesuit
Miami, Florida
George Mason with 36K per year
Noel Kassewitz
Coral Reef High
South Beach, Florida
Rhode Island School of Design with 10K per year

Camila Ramirez-Gonzalez
Gulliver Academy
Pinecrest, Florida
Luis Penate
Princeton Christian School
Homestead, Florida
FIU
Rachel Miro
Westminster Christian
Miami, Florida
Ben Kahn
Palmetto High
Pinecrest, Florida
UF
Christina Garcia
Lourdes Academy
Miami, Florida
Patricia Ware
Palmetto High
Pinecrest, Florida
University of Central Florida
Matthew Herget
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
UCF
Yao Hsaio
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Spencer Morris
TASIS
Switzerland
Boston University
University of Pennsylvania
Patrick Arrington
Palmetto High
Pinecrest, Florida
UF
Lizzie Leeds
Palmetto High
Pinecrest, Florida
FSU
Lucy Li
Palmetto High
Pinecrest, Florida
Princeton w/ 20K/year
Omkar Barrientos
Killian High
Miami, Florida
Vanderbilt University, 56K/year
Anna Gillette
Coral Reef High
Miami, Florida
Garrett Lau
Palmetto High
Pinecrest, Florida
MIT with 10K per year
Peter Cai
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
University of Pennsylvania
Yannis Barrientos
South Miami High
Miami, Florida
FIU
Alex Hevia
Palmer Trinity School
Miami, Florida
Penn State
Nicole Paz
Coral Reef High
Miami, Florida
BC
Michael Wasil
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
University of North Carolina

Joseph Moon
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Harvard
A ndrea Garriga
Florida Christian School
FIU

Wanting Ma
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
George Washington University

Kimberley Mak
Palmetto High
Pinecrest, Florida
Jacksonville University
Patricia Arredondo
Lourdes Academy
Miami, Florida
UM
Jessica Militare
Coral Reef High
Miami, Florida
FSU

Morgan Wicks
Florida Christian School
FSU
David Yankana
Palmetto High
Pinecrest, Florida
Hyun-Woo Lim
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Emory
Erika Palmer
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Auburn University
Maria Villaquiran
George Washington University
Julie Silberman
Gulliver Academy
Pinecrest, Florida
UM
UF Bright Futures
Jasmine Lin
Palmetto High
Pinecrest, Florida
FGCU
Gabriela Flores
Escuela Americana (El
Salvador).
San Salvador, El Salvador
Tiffany Ruiz
Lourdes Academy.
Miami, Florida
Brown University
Valeda Yong
Spanish River
Boca Raton
Rice
Heeweon Kim
Palmetto High
Pinecrest, Florida
Vanderbilt
Elizabeth Turner
Mast Academy
UCF
Matthew Tuckfield
Palmer Trinity School
Miami, Florida
University of Central Florida
Judd Smith
Palmer Trinity School
Miami, Florida
University of North Florida
Catherine Walkington
Carrolton
UM
Andrew Herndon
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Franklin, Switzerland

Mario Ariza
Belen Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
Middlebury

Aleck Dagrossa
Palmer Trinity School
Miami, Florida
Hyun-Haw Lim
Miami Palmetto Senior H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Emory

Jacquelyn Antonell
Coral Reef Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
University of Florida Honors

David Faber
Killian Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
University of Pennsylvania
Tom Carroll
Coral Reef Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
Haverford
Hannah Rich
Carrollton
Princeton University
Alex Hong
Palmetto Senior H. S.
University of Michigan
Michelle Docobo
Killian Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
FSU
Blake Hechtman
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
University of Virginia
Farah Yamini
Coral Reef Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
University of Florida Honors
Charles Lane Clements
Killian Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
University of Virginia

Henry Ma
Palmetto High
Duke University
Stephanie Cho
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Brian Foos
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
University of Florida
AJ. McGlannan
Gulliver Prep.
Pinecrest, Florida
Purdue University
Tiffany Lau
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Stanford University
Jessica Novak
Palmer Trinity School
Miami, Florida
Boston College

Garret Lau
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
MIT
Nicolas Tamayoong>Nicolas Tamayo
St. Brandon High School
Peter Anguiera
Christopher Columbus
Alex Dawson
Princeton Christian School
Carlos Mijares
Killian Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
From Left to Right: Tiffany Lau, Joseph Moon, Wanting
Ma.

Palmetto Senior High
Julien Dawson
Princeton Christian School
Yogan Barrientos
Killian Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
Reed University
Indira Rivas
American Nicaraguan School
Manauga, Nicaragua
Maria Villaquiraz
Archibishop Carroll
Jaehoon Bang
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Duke
Shane Kilpatrick
Kent Boarding
Kent, Connecticut
UM
Krystina, Brandon, and Stefanie Leibowitz
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Gulf Coast
Chloe Russo
School for the Advanced Studies
Miami, Florida
Emory
Jenny Silver
Cypress Bay High School
Weston, Florida
Smith College
Stephanie Rivas
American Nicaraguan School
Manauga, Nicaragua
Yang Yang Yu
Palmetto Senior H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Harvard

 

 

Julie Rosa
Cooper City H. S.
Cooper City, Florida
Maryland
Jonathan Schwartz
Coral Glades H. S.
Coral Springs, Florida

Amanda Parra
Gulliver Prep
Pinecrest, Florida
Boston College
Stephen Parra
Miami Palmetto Senior H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
NYU
Stefano Rotati
Coral Reef Senior H.S.
Miami, Florida
UM
Ellie Herndan
Miami Palmetto Senior H.S
Pinecrest, Florida
UCF
Brittany Berrones
New World School of the Arts
Miami, Florida

Tanika and Kim Dierickx
Palmer Trinity School
Miami, Florida

Jacob Engel
Coral Reef Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
UF
Raquel Decespedes
Coral Reef Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
UCF
Zack Simkins
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Penn State University
Sara Johnson
Coral Reef Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida



Yesenia Anido
St. Brendan's High School
Miami, Florida
Andres Sommerfeld
Gulliver Prep
Pinecrest, Florida
NYU
Erica Fabry
Coral Reef Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
UF

Priscilla Escaurizaa
Lourdes Academy
Miami, Florida
Ali and Payam Habib
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida

Ali Habib - UM
Payam Habib - FIU

Johanna Diaz
Lourdes Academy
Miami, Florida
UM
Desiree Montealegre
Lourdes Academy
Miami, Florida

Andrew Kenward
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
UT
Erica Hirschberg
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida

Kristen Susik
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida

Roberto Bequillard
Christopher Columbus H.S.
Miami, Florida
Perdue
Mariana Blanco
Palmer Trinity School
Miami, Florida
University of Colorado
Gemma Morales
Lourdes Academy
Miami, Florida
Loyola Marymount University
Rafael Naranjo
Lasalle School
Miami, Florida
Franklin College, Switzerland
Susan Zisman
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
USF

Jesse Vazquez
Belen Jesuit
Miami, Florida

Brittany Panter
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
UF


Jennifer Douek and Oscar Correa
Killian Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida

Jennifer Douek - UCF
Oscar Correa -
FIU

Alexandera Barr
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida


Juan Gallo
Felix Varela Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
UCF
Nicholas Hart
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
University of Colorado

Juan Carlos Del-Corral Coral Gables Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
Robert Garcia
Belen Jesuit High School
Miami, Florida
UF
Josh Eisenberg
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
The Burke Twins:
Andrew and Ryan
Westminster Christian
Miami, Florida

Burke Andrew
Franklin College, Switzerland

Carly Orshan
Miami Palmetto Senior H.S.
Pinecrest, Florida
UF


Carolina Canida
Gulliver Prep
Pinecrest, Florida
Georgetown University
Lee Ann Pinkcombe
Miami Killian H. S.
Miami, Florida

Rebecca Landau
Gulliver Prep
Pinecrest, Florida
BU

Nisa Tonarely
Our Lady of Lourdes Academy
Miami, Florida
University of Miami


Elsa Santillana
Coral Reef Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
UF
Stephanie Khouri
Gulliver Prep
Pinecrest, Florida

Corley Bell
Gulliver Prep
Pinecrest, Florida
Kavon DeMontagnac
Killian High
Miami, Florida
Thomas Braedel
Christopher Columbus H.S.
Miami, Florida
Casey Cromer
Gulliver Prep
Pinecrest, Florida
Cesar Santillana
Coral Reef H. S.
Miami, Florida
UF
Abigail Auslander
New World School of the Arts
Miami, Florida
Karen Su
School For Advanced Studies

Sean Katz
Hebrew Academy
UM
John Winter
New World School of the Arts
Miami, Florida
Clinton Bell
BC
Jackie Enriquez
Our Lady of Lourdes Academy
Miami, Florida
Dave Knopf
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Javier Sosa
Belen
Yale with 44K per year

Matt Tuckfield
Palmer Trinity School
Miami, Florida
Alex Alvarado
Belen Jesuit

Samantha Hashun-Falil
La Salle
 
Wenrui Ma
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
NYU

David Lee
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Jeremy Fox
Hebrew Academy
UM
Zuharmmy Sosa
Archbishop Carroll
Emily Herdon
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Samantha Williams
Gulliver Prep
Pinecrest, Florida
Yoon Young Cho
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida

Ramon Diaz
Christopher Colombus
Harrison Rosnei
Killian Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
UCF
Cedric Jan-Pierre

Danny Harcha
Killian Senior H. S.
Miami, Florida
UF
Yuna Park
Palmetto Senior H. S.
Pinecrest, Florida
Francisco Garrido
Christopher Columbus
Garret Law
15th Birthday
Stephanie Hussaini
International Studies Charter H. S.
Meriedith Sternstein
FIU
     
  Phillipe Jan-Pierre


 

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