St. Mary’s Dominican High School senior ’Angelle Nash has been offered $1.1 million in scholarships from 12 universities: Boston University, Catholic University of America, University of Alabama, Seton Hall University, Brandeis University, St. John’s University, University of Connecticut, Louisiana State University, Loyola University Chicago, Howard University, Fordham University, and University of Southern California. Nash is the daughter of Ms. Angie Nash of New Orleans.
The Honor Roll student is a member of the National Honor Society, National English Honor Society, French Club/Société Honoraire de Français, and Biotechnology Club. She is founder of the school’s Science National Honor Society, serving as Junior President since 2021. She earned the National African American Recognition Award from the College Board.
Member of Students for Human Dignity and Diversity in Action since 2018, she has held officer positions, including Ninth Grade Representative, Secretary, Vice President, and is currently President. As a Student Diversity Trainer, she completed over 100 hours of service, led diversity seminars, and conducted educational activities. During a 2022 Research Internship with the University of Holy Cross Food Science Summer Program, she compiled data as a Food Chemistry team member and contributed to a published research paper. Since 2021, she has completed over 100 hours of service volunteering with patients and hospital staff as a Teen Ambassador Volunteer at Children’s Hospital. She also is a volunteer with the Peace Center Youth Mentoring Program and is Dominican’s basketball team manager.