The New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation (NOHHF) has awarded scholarships to St. Mary’s Dominican High School students Gissel Alvarez, Brianna Copping, Sophia delCorral, Carolyn Sosa, and Janelle Ulloa. NOHHF is a non-profit community organization whose main purpose is to provide an organized and directed effort in cultivating and promoting the Hispanic heritage of New Orleans and the Southern region. Each year, NOHHF awards high school scholarships to talented Hispanic students at local schools participating in the NOHHF Scholarship Program.
The New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation (NOHHF) has recognized Katherine Aranda, Maggie Calix, Lillian Cazabon, Isabella Cordova, Ella Edwards, Isabella Forest, Taelor Foret, Olivia Hurley, Priscilla Martinez, Roma McAlear, Kylie Mims, Jessica Mora, Makayla O’Quain, Kiley Rousselle, Paige Sarrat, Abi Scanlan, and Isabella Soto as NOHHF Academic Recognition Scholars.
Created several years ago for high school juniors and seniors, NOHHF Academic Recognition Scholar candidates must have a grade point average of 3.5 or above, plan to attend a four-year college, and are nominated by his or her participating school. NOHHF also selects students who are committed to being involved in the Hispanic community or in Hispanic-related endeavors.