Wyndmoor student awarded scholarship to attend international high school

Published 9:24 am Wednesday, September 9, 2020

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Caleb Anagnos of Wyndmoor, PA. has received a scholarship to continue his high school education at the United World College-ISAK in Japan.

The son of Suzanne and Fred Duling of Wyndmoor, and Xan Anangos of Landrum, S.C., Caleb recently completed his sophomore year at Springfield Township High School in Wyndmoor.

Caleb’s interest in the United World College comes from his enthusiasm for learning about and understanding different cultures. He has studied Spanish and Japanese and was a member of the Model Organization of American States at his high school.

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Caleb was among 60 U.S. students selected for the merit-based Davis Scholarships.

UWC is an international high school for 16- to 19-year-olds with 18 campuses worldwide whose mission is to unite cultures through education, thus creating a peaceful, sustainable world. UWC students represent up to 90 countries at some campuses; many come from conflict regions.

UWC offers the international baccalaureate, a two-year pre-university program that is the most widely recognized secondary school diploma in the world.

Applicants for Davis Scholarships must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and be either 16 or 17 years old on Sept. 1 of the year they intend to enroll. Additional non-scholarship students may also be selected. These students will be offered partial or no financial support. Dec. 1 is the application deadline. To learn more about UWC-USA, visit www.uwc-usa.org.


Submitted by Gwen Albers