The Peoria Unified School District’s graduating class of 2022 brought in over $72 million in scholarships to post-secondary institutions, making this a record year for Peoria Unified graduates. This amount includes scholarships for in-state and out-of-state colleges and universities, merit-based recognitions, private donor, athletic scholarships, and vocational schools. Centennial, Liberty, Peoria and Sunrise Mountain high schools all celebrated a school record amount in scholarship offers with their graduates.
Schools and Scholarship Amounts:
• Cactus High School: $4,940,245
• Centennial High School: $18,435,204
• Ironwood High School: $7,742,910
• Liberty High School: $16,259,213
• Peoria High School: $7,695,729
• Peoria Flex Academy: $2,600
• Raymond S. Kellis High School: $4,838,320
• Sunrise Mountain High School: $13,021,700
The Latest on Liberty High School’s Class of 2022
In addition to earning more than $16 million in scholarships, Liberty High School’s Class of 2022 features many talented graduates.
Liberty High’s Top One Percent Includes The Following Students:
• Sage Fisher: Accepted to Baylor University, Point Loma Nazarene University, and Olivet Nazarene University.
• Sahyu Gangisetty.
• Ellie Kate Ritchie: Accepted to NAU and U of A.
• Mattison Frick: Accepted to the University of Illinois for golf.
• Quinn O’Grady: Accepted to U of A, NAU, and Creighton University.
In addition, student James Cook will be attending the Merchant Marine Academy. And, Elena Yoder, a decorated track and field athlete, was one of the featured speakers at last month’s graduation ceremony.