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2001 BOHS grad Max Alvaraz awarded distinquished Doctoral Fellowship

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Maximillian Alvarez, 2001 Brea Olinda High School graduate, has been awarded the “Rackham Merit Fellowship Award” The Fellowship award includes his tuition, and a yearly funding package for Max’s time at University of Michigan where he will be obtaining his PHD (courtesy photo)

We are proud of: 2001 Brea Olinda High School grad Max Alvarez went on to attend the University of Chicago on a scholarship  graduated with honors, and just received his Masters of Philosophy in Slavic Literature at Bristol University, in Bristol U.K. He has been recently notified and accepted to Michigan and UCLA for full scholarships for 5 years of study to receive his doctorate.  Michigan  just awarded Max the  prestigious “Rackham Merit Fellowship Award” The Fellowship award includes his tuition, and a yearly  funding package for Max’s time at Michigan. He accepted the University of Michigan offer. Max makes Brea  proud!

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