Jillian Martin


High School
Able Charter

Nominated by
Teresa Scott
Jillian Martin's Dean of Students

Jill is one of our top students, and a shining example to her classmates. I have had the pleasure of watching Jill grow into a leader on campus who participates in multiple sports, Mock Trial, and other extra curricular activities. Jill has been nominated and received multiple awards over the years, including our school’s Legacy Award. This award is given to student athletes who show leadership on and off the field, who maintain a GPA of 3.5 or higher, and who have no disciplinary issues on campus. Jill exhibits all of this. She has maintained a 4.0 GPA, has been team captain of the volleyball team, and participated in student leadership her entire high school career. This year, she was chosen for all-league volleyball, and nominated for prosecutor of the year for county Mock Trial. She is a student of high integrity and respect, and she holds her classmates to this standard as well. Jill is leaving an incredible legacy at ABLE Charter, and I am excited to see her continued successes in the future.

High School
Humphreys Academy of Business, Law, and Education

Nominated by
Vanessa Romo
Jillian Martin's Teacher

I've had the pleasure to watch Jill grow at our school for the past 4 years. She is always willing to give her all in her assignments and school activities. She has been active member of Mock Trial, has played several sports including Cheer, soccer, and volleyball. This year even though she is not in my class, she always stops by to say and hello and asks if there is any way she can help me get my classes and students organized. She never settles for anything, and will work hard until she accomplishes her goal. Please consider Jill in this scholarship, as she is the model student, and deserves it so much.


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Friday, 28 February 2020

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This scholarship is open to students currently enrolled as a senior in high school in San Joaquin County for the 2020 graduating year. Students may be enrolled in public or private schools, or be home-schooled. Nominations must be successfully uploaded to the entry page by midnight on March 29, 2020.

To be considered for the scholarship, all students must be nominated by a teacher, coach, guidance counselor, pastor, or youth leader (immediate family members and relatives are not eligible to submit nominations). Nominations will be posted on the contest website and receive community feedback during the period from March 30 - April 13, 2020.

One scholarship winner will be chosen by Brookside Optometric Group doctors based on their nomination and community feedback. The scholarship and funds will be presented to the winner in person in early May 2020—exact date to be determined by the winner.

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