2014 Scholarship Recipients


Brittni Hamm
Brittni currently has an Associate of Science degree from the Community College of Aurora and is pursuing her B.A. in Biology with a Psychology minor. She was an Honor Roll student all four years of high school and was enrolled in math and chemistry advance placement programs. She was also involved with A.V.I.D. (Advancement Via Individual Determination). Brittni believes that the harder the challenge the greater the reward. She wants to speak for those whose voices are not heard. She states that she attends college, “not because I want to make the high salary or anything artificial, I do it because I want to know all that I can about as much as I can, and that my ability to make a difference will therefore be infinite no matter how big or small. All I want to do is make a difference.”

See Brittni receiving her scholarship from Dr. Greos.


Michele Johnson
Michele graduated with honors from Heritage High School & the Littleton Health Sciences program in May 2014. Michele was a 4 year Varsity lacrosse starter and captain for Heritage-Littleton lacrosse and was a 2 year member of the JV swim team and JV swim team captain her senior year. Some of Michele’s activities included: Heritage High School Sports Medicine Department. Health Occupation Students of America-Chapter President, National Honor Society, Young Life, Student Government, Littleton Health Sciences, youth lacrosse coach, WyldLife leader, Project C.U.R.E. Volunteer, and Team Summit Alpine Ski Team. During her senior year of high school she also interned for an orthopedic surgeon as well as physical therapist.

Michele’s high school honors included: Two Time US Lacrosse Academic All American, Two Time US Lacrosse National Team (Team Colorado), 1st Place in Physical Therapy at the Colorado HOSA State Convention, Wendy’s High School Heisman, Four Time All Conference Lacrosse Honors, Heritage Honor Roll, National Honor Society and Heritage High School Student of the Month.

Michele will be attending High Point University in High Point, North Carolina this fall and will be majoring in Exercise Science and Biomechanics. She hopes to also play Division 1 lacrosse for High Point. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, she plans to continue her education to become a Physician Assistant or Physical Therapist.

See Michele receiving her scholarship from Dr. Koepke.


Andi Sirokman
Andi graduated from Regis Jesuit High School Girls Division. She was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated maxima cum laude. Andi served as the president of the Canta Belles, the school’s highest level women’s choir, and the Holiday Cheer Club. She enjoyed playing varsity field hockey and lacrosse and getting involved with Campus Ministry. Andi will attend Marquette University where she plans to study biomedical engineering in hopes of one day pursuing a PhD in the same.

See Andi receiving her scholarship from Dr. Ebadi.


Luke Waguespack
Luke, a 2014 high school graduate, has been homeschooled his entire life. During his high school years, he took most of his courses at Red Rocks Community College. He is entering Colorado School of Mines, where he will be pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering. After he graduates, he plans to enter the aerospace engineering industry and perhaps earn a Master’s Degree. Luke has always been fascinated with space and rockets, so he has chosen this as his career path. He also is an avid outdoorsman, hiking and climbing whenever he gets the chance. He is an enthusiastic photographer, and you will never find him outside without his camera. Luke believes that it is important to do everything to the best of our ability and that we should challenge ourselves instead of always taking the easy path.

See Luke receiving his scholarship from Dr. Olson.