Joshua Le

Tulsa Memorial High School

Le is a lead programmer and a leadership council member for his school’s FIRST Robotics Competition Team, specializing in programming, electronics and public speaking. He mentors students in designing, building and programming Lego robots and remotely operated vehicles. A class valedictorian, Le is a National Merit Commended Scholar and Advanced Placement Scholar Award winner. He received Cum Laude and Magna Cum Laude recognition for his performance on the National Latin Exam. He enjoys experimenting with 3D printers and playing the electric guitar. Le plans to study biochemistry in college. Scholarship sponsor: Heyman Evergreen Foundation

Haley Nettleship

Booker T. Washington High School

A National Merit finalist and Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction, Nettleship is an Oklahoma State Regents Academic Scholar institutional nominee. She is a member of National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society and the Future Health Professionals of America. Nettleship is a concurrent student at Tulsa Community College. She has served as a St. John’s Medical Center Junior Volunteer. Nettleship is an Emergency Medical Technician student at Tulsa Technology Center. She plans to study psychology at Oklahoma State University. Scholarship sponsor: American Heritage Bank

Miles Udwin

Booker T. Washington High School

Udwin is a Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout and former Senior Patrol Leader with Troop 20 in Tulsa. He is Booker T. Washington Debate Team captain and a national tournament qualifier. Udwin is a varsity academic team member and second place winner at JV Academic Bowl Nationals. He is winner of a National Spanish Exam Silver Medal, president of Model United Nations Club and a National Honor Society member. Udwin plans to study history and philosophy at Columbia University in New York City. Scholarship sponsor: The John and Donnie Brock Foundation

Michelle Woolridge

Booker T. Washington High School

Woolridge is an Advanced Placement Scholar with Honor, College Board National African American Recognition Award winner and a Tyler Lockett Light It Up Foundation Scholarship recipient. She is president of Student Council and vice president of Key Club. Woolridge is volunteer coordinator for National Honor Society and a member of the Teen Advisory Board. She is co-creator of DiscussWell, Teen Team Member at Rudisill Regional Library and a member of the Youth Philanthropy Initiative. Woolridge plans to study biology and Spanish at the University of Missouri, Columbia. Scholarship sponsor: Williams Foundation