Oceanside CA— Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation was pleased to award three arts scholarships to local graduating seniors.
From Carlsbad High School received her award for voice. She performed with the Carlsbad Show choir for four years, Ikea was also a member of the interpretive dance team at her church which gave her the opportunity to teach younger children various dance routines, Her goal is to pursue a career where she can share this love of music and dance with others, especially children. She plans on attending Young Americans School for Performing Arts where she will pursue a degree in music with the goal of honing her vocal skills and developing teaching strategies in order to pursue a career where she can share this love of music and dance with others, especially children.
Graduated with Honors from El Camino High School received his sward for Graphic Arts design. While at El Camino Ethan participated in Encuentros Leadership Preparatory Program; Engineering Academy UCSD in La Jolla, CA, College Bound, and TRIO, a college preparatory program. He will attend MiraCosta Community College in the Fall of 2021 and transfer to UC Irvine from there. He plans to graduate with a Bachelor’s of Science in Game Design and Interactive Media.
A graduating senior from Carlsbad High School, received her award for Dance. She began dance at age 7 and never stopped. A long-time member of Carlsbad Performing Arts Academy, Camilla trained in ballet, modern, jazz, hip-hop, and performed in group as well as solo competitions. She began volunteering as assistant for classes, grew to assist with competition numbers and then as dance instructor. She intends to attend Colorado School of Mines to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering while continuing her dance training with the dance team.