Rooted in equity, the EAHS Foundation collaborates with our community to provide enriching opportunities that inspire, guide, and empower Elsie Allen students to achieve their goals. Since 2013, the EAHS Foundation has invested over $600,000 in EAHS students, and provided over 400 scholarships to graduating seniors and alumni who wanted to continue their post-secondary and career training education.
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Alumni #WhereAreTheyNow Spotlight: Jonathan Alvarado – Class of 2017 Jonathan is an Elsie Allen grad and 2017 Foundation Scholarship Recipient. He now attends Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota and is in his 3rd year of a Physics major and on track to graduate in Spring 2021. He had nothing but great things to say about the staff and his…Read More
Alumni #WhereAreTheyNow Spotlight: Omar Medina – Class of 1997 (1st Graduating Class of EAHS) Today we bring you an Alum with lots of firsts, Santa Rosa City Schools Trustee Omar Medina. He is part of the first graduating class of Elsie Allen High School, a first generation American, first from his family to graduate from High School and College, and was…Read More
Alumni #WhereAreTheyNow Spotlight: Ben H. Nguyen – Class of 2010 As an immigrant-refugee from Vietnam, and a first generation American and college graduate, Ben has lived a tale of ambition, hardship and persistence that has allowed his own freedom in America. In 2010, Ben graduated from Elsie Allen High School being the first from his family to graduate from High School and…Read More
Alumni #WhereAreTheyNow Spotlight: Stephanie Manieri – Class of 2013 Stephanie Manieri is the daughter of immigrant parents from Mexico and Venezuela. She is a Southwest Santa Rosa native who attended Lawrence Cook Middle School and Elsie Allen High School. In 2013, she graduated from EAHS and began her higher education studies at Dominican University of California. She graduated with a B.S.…Read More
Alumni #WhereAreTheyNow Spotlight: Lyndsey Rose Burcina – Class of 2018 Lyndsey attended Elsie Allen High School where she was able to launch her career as a Restorative Justice Practitioner at the age of 17 becoming one of the youngest specialists in the country to present and be recognized by the International Institute for Restorative Practices at their Word Conference in 2017.…Read More
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