Coca-Cola Scholarship 2021 Finalists – List of Successful Candidates

Coca-Cola Scholarship 2021 Finalists – List of Successful Candidates

This article will give you full information about the Coca-Cola Scholarship 2021 Finalists, you will also learn about how many people have won the Coca-Cola Scholarship.

We are also going to inform you if Coca Cola Scholarship is for international students as well as how the finalists are picked

The Coca Cola Scholarship Program which was founded in 1986 has offered scholarship awards to over 6,400 high school seniors in the United States of America.

This prestigious scholarship award has the sole aim of grooming young Americans who have the potentials to become leaders and contribute positively to the growth of American society.

Every year, the Coca Cola Scholarship Board awards no fewer than 150 students in the U.S. with $20,000.

Today, we are going to talk about the people who were successfully picked as the Coca-Cola Scholarship 2021 Finalists.

Coca-Cola Scholarship 2021 Finalists

No fewer than 251 candidates made it as the 2021 Regional Finalists of the Coca Cola Scholarship Award. A total of 99,403 people had applied for the scholarship award, the list was later trimmed to 1,609 semifinalists.

Out of the 1,609 semifinalists, 251 people made it to the final. Each of them will be hoping to be among the 150 people that will be selected for the Coca Cola Scholarship Award 2021.

Find below the Coca-Cola Scholarship 2021 Finalists – List of Successful Candidates

States/Names States/Names
Alabama:

Ria Shah

Lindsey Wood

Connecticut:

Kenneth Choi

Allan Riedel-Morillo

Colin Speaker

Arizona:

Yakeleen Almazan

Michael Bendok

Kasyap Chakravadhanula

Aryan Mathur

Anthony Ruan

Aris Zhu

Colorado

Fareed Ahamad

Ethan James

Amelia Marcum

Madeline Proctor

Jordan Reichhardt

Alexandria Sutton

Selihom Yosief

Arkansas:

Jesus Ballesteros

Alice Cai

Anna Dean

Alison Jang

Hana Mehal

Delaware:

Megan Chen

Diya Mohnot

Divita Taduvayi

California:

Yarency Lizbeth

Pedro Calderon

Arlene Campa

Shreya Chaudhuri

Jason Chen

Sarah Cheung

Gina Choi

Seung Choi

Steve Dou

Grace Jones

Kyle Kalindjian

Abigail Maemoto

Shreya Ramachandran

Jyoti Rani

Nicholas Simpson

Michelle Song

Nikki Suzani

Emily Tianshi

Vivian Wang

Henry Weng

Jamaal Willis

Katherine Wong

Michael Zhao

Marcus Zimmeman

 

Florida:

Danna Chacon

Zoey Fisher

Nathan Foo

Emma Huerta

Murtaza Hussain

Anthony Lara

Joseph Mooney

Makenna Myrick

Michael Odzer

Caroline Orcutt

Srikar Parsi

Peyton Ronkin

Tanisik Vijaywargiya

Lilyana Ziemba

Georgia:

Alex Benoit

Aditya bora

Eunice Chon

Sarah Lao

Kennedy Odiboh

Jamal Sayid

Myla Williams

Illinois:

Eric  Acevedo

Sarah Beddingfield

Elia Brooks-Sims

Brianna Bukowski

Banan Garada

Layla Hedroug

Caroline Mazur-sarocka

Morgan Moreno

Hiteshi Patel

Krisha Patel

Kris Shah

Kaitlyn Zhou

Idaho:

Lilian Smih

Hawaii

Cosette wu

Indiana:

Tara Harmon

Ethan Horvath

Devishi Jha

Ashley Meyer

Iowa:

Dorothy Junginger

Joanne Lee

Risha Sheye

Kansas:

Yaseen El-Demerdash

Manya Gauba

Khushi Kohli

Hananeel Morinville

 

Kentucky:

Sarah Belcher

Maggie Kinnel

Anne Liang

Maiqi Qin

Emmanuelle Sippy

Gabriella Staykova

Louisiana:

Jay Iyer

Molly McNulty

Ju-Woo

Minnesota:

Edward Adams

Katherine Fox

Hayat Muse

Cobi Szymanski

Diamond Thlang

Massachusetts:

Caroline Curran

Christina Li

John Lin

Jacqueline Liu

Tej Patel

Ludovico Rollo

Mathew Tengtrakool

Brittany Torro

Michigan:

Payton Bucki

Maria Cheriyan

Audrey Gunawan

Madeline Gupta

Bonnie Li

Abigail Liang

Jonah Liss

Eva McCord

Soenke Pietsch

Karley Yung

Mississippi:

Chayma Charifi

Shanay Desai

Missouri:

Shruti Gautam

Janvi Huria

Kendal windom

Montana:

Claire Vlases

Nebraska

Kya Brooks

Joseph Zhong

Nevada:

Joanna Bieda

Ellie Huh

New Hamsphire:

Rebecca Zhu

Ney Jersey:

Bhavana Akula

Molly Cantillon

Lily Chen

Nia Cross

Aravind Krishnan

Kunal Kumar

William Li

Arya Tschand

Bill Zhang

New York:

Shannon Alptekin

James Connor

Angelica Mroczek

Aneesh Muppidi

Sikirat Mustapha

Deeya Patel

Jahin Rahman

Richard Ren

Madison Reynolds

Nitin Seshadri

Peter Thais

New Mexico

Britney Hsu

Melinda Modisette

Oklahoma:

Vivian Dietrich

Serenitie Woodard

North Carolina:

Dev Chheda

William David

Chloe Decker

Brooke-Mackenzie Hinson

Katherine Keaton

Sriya Mantena

Iyaj Narang

Akshra Paimagam

Laura Saavedra

Pratyush Seshadri

Abigail Yoon

Ohio:

Laalitya Acharya

Karson Baldwin

Caitlin Broderick

Jessica Chang

Ishan Khare

Alexander Laman

Anna MacLennan

Kynnedy Smith

Leah Tadese

Oregon:

Hanney Alemu

Reyna Ayala

Elizabeth Binford-Ross

Anika Gupta

Brian Xu

 

Pennslyvania:

Gellila Asmamaw

Catherine Cavanaugh

Amy Liu

Sabirah Mahmud

Molly McCommons

Ashna Patel

Samuel Schwab

Claire Shao

Sarah Siddiqui

Neha Skandan

Puerto Rico:

Julia Garcia Galindo

Sylvador Gomez-Colon

South Carolina:

Mahika Jammula

Texas:

Faith Ajanaku

Jerron-Michael Arline

Haleigh Chapin

Andrik Garcia

Eric Gonzalez

Shania Hurtado

Olivia Kasule

Jada Li

Gayda Mohamed

Gurnoor Narula

Isabella Nguyen

Nahla Owens

John Rho

Eleanor Schoenbrun

Da’Vion Tatum

Julie  Trinh

Izumi Vazquez

John Venegas Juarez

Robert Warren

Miriam Yampuler

Hanan Yousuf

Annie Zhu

Shirley Zhu

Washington:

Lanah Duque

Jillian Holbrook

Kathleen Julca

Andrea Liao

Ashley Lin

Mahathi Mangipudi

Andre Ramsey

Anshita Saini

Anya Shukla

Shilaily woodruff

Utah:

Cendan Dillon

Vishal Jammulapati

Peyton Rice

Mahider Tadesse

Virginia:

Perisa Ashar

Lidya Demilew

Kadija Ismail

Maneesh Vallurupalli

Sahaj Vederey

Rayan Yu

West Virginia:

Quinn Raffo

Wisconsin:

Neil Dogra

Olivia Lemanski

Yahhi Ma

Rucheng Pan

Wyoming:

Kaylinn Gosney

 

 

How many people have won the Coca-Cola Scholarship?

The Coca Cola Scholarship Award which started in 1986 has provided scholarship wards to no fewer than 6,400 high school seniors in the past years. A total of $3 million has been spent on these awards since inception.

How are coke scholars picked?

The Coca-Cola Scholarship Board is much concerned about the achievement of each candidate and this is how they are being picked. The scholarship program is an achievement-based scholarship as such, the achievement of each student in the past school years before the current year is heavily considered.

How much is the Coke scholarship?

The Coca-Cola Scholarship Program allocates the total sum of $20,000 for no fewer or more than 150 students. These 150 students are picked from the 50 States in the U.S.

Is Coca-Cola Scholarship for international students?

The Coca-Cola Scholarship Award Program only for U.S. citizens, U.S. Permanent Residents, U. S. Nationals, Refugees, Cuban-Haitian Entrants, Asylees, and Humanitarian Parolees.

International students are not eligible to apply for the Coca-Cola Scholarship Award.