Taft IT High School student wins Cincinnati Youth Award  News  admin  21-May-2015  0  5124 reads

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(Photo: courtesy of Andria Carter)

Cincinnati West End's Taft Information Technology High School celebrates another win of one of its students!

After Ayriq Sims, a senior at Robert A. Taft Information Technology High School was chosen to receive a $5,000 scholarship from the Children's Defense Fund for 'beating the odds,' (read here), now Stevontay Davis was named the first winner of the City of Cincinnati Youth Award.

The award was sponsored by Cincinnati City Councilwoman Yvette Simpson and the Youth Commission of Cincinnati, to showcase the outstanding youth of our city.

Stevontay Davis is a role model for others, by achieving a GPA of 4.05 and ranking second in his class, and by volunteering in the community. His hard work, academic excellence and community service also earned him Young Scholars and Advocates for Youth scholarships and acceptance to The Ohio State University. 

The West End community is very proud of this achievement and congratulates Stevontay Davis for this outstanding recognition. Also, a big "Thank You" to the teachers and staff of the Taft Information Technology High School for doing such a great job in education!



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