The Rossmoor Woman’s Club honored Los Alamitos High School seniors Feben Worku and Jacob Endelman as students of the month for May and June, respectively.
A senior at Los Alamitos High School, Feben Worku recently committed to attend the University of Southern California with a Marx and Rose Scholarship for Human Biology. She is excited to attend her dream school, and study her favorite subject in hopes of becoming a Physical Therapist or a Sport Medic for professional athletes. In school, she is involved in various activities and extracurriculars. She is the Senior Co-President of ASB, the Vice President of Giving Sport Apparel, and is on the varsity girls soccer team. She looks forward to receiving her education at USC, and will miss the friendships and bonds she has created at Los Al with all her friends, faculty, coaches, and teachers.
Jacob Endelman has certainly made the most of his 4 years at Los Alamitos High School where he currently has a 4.8 GPA (4.3 cumulative). Jacob has been a member of the award winning Los Al Choir program and Model United Nations program for the past 4 years. He has taken 8 advanced placement courses and took one dual enrollment course through Orange Coast Community College. Jacob has earned his biliteracy seal in Spanish and 3 career honor cords through a combination of coursework and career exploration. He will also be awarded the Gold honor cords for his community service where he has completed over a 1000 hours of volunteer work. Jacob was selected by the Legion’s Post as the 2020 Boys State Delegate representing Mid-City. Jacob has developed a strong passion for politics and has worked on major local, state and national elections. campaigns. Jacob will be attending University of California, Irvine in the fall as a Political Sciesmajor.
He aspires to be an attorney before serving as a judge or politician.
Each student received a certificate and $600 scholarship award from the Rossmoor Woman’s Club.