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Four Surrey students named to shortlist for prestigious $100K national scholarship

Ashley Sabharwal, Caedmon Kovacs, Eureka Liu, and Aamna Mushtaqat are grade 12 students at three Surrey secondary schools
Aamna Mushtaq of Princess Margaret Secondary and Eureka Liu of North Surrey Secondary. (Photo:

Four Surrey Grade 12 students are on the shortlist for the prestigious 2024 Loran Scholarship.

Ashley Sabharwal and Caedmon Kovacs of Clayton Heights Secondary, Eureka Liu of North Surrey Secondary and Aamna Mushtaq of Princess Margaret Secondary have been named to the shortlist of 90 students, chosen from 5,200 applications across the country.

Key qualities of Loran Scholars include kindness, curiosity, leadership potential and a track record of persevering when faced with adversity.

The selections for the 2024 Loren Scholars will take place in February, with 36 students being chosen. The scholarship is valued at $100,000 over four years. This includes a living stipend, a tuition waiver at select universities, mentorship, and more.

Finalists not selected are eligible for a $6,000 award that can be used at any Canadian public university.

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Anna Burns

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