Meet the winners of our 2021 MVP Scholarships below. These student athletes were chosen because their dedication to academics, athletics, and community. We have now awarded a total of $120,000.00 since 2016 to help students with the cost of their future education! Thank you to all our supporters, partners and sponsors who have helped make this possible! Your donations are helping our team change lives!
Check back in 2022 for information on how to apply next year!
Fametta Zubah is a 3-sportvarsity athlete participating in basketball, track and tennis at Richfield Senior Highschool. She has maintained straight A’s throughout her high school career while participating in National Honor Society, Black Student Union, Safe and Supportive Schools Committee and being nominated homecoming queen.
In her free time, she volunteers as a teacher’s assistant and works at the Richfield pool. Fametta plans on continuing her education at the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities and plans to study Kinesiology. Her future goals consist of being the first in her family to graduate college, getting on the dean’s list and maintaining a 4.0 GPA in college and becoming a pediatric physical therapist.
Economics and Latin American Studies
Dhruv is a 3-sport varsity athlete and captain of Mounds Park Academy’s Soccer, Basketball and Volleyball teams. He is also Student body class president, a member on the varsity debate and speech team and a MPA peer leader and link leader all while maintaining a 4.0 GPA and volunteering with habitat for humanity, math and science tutoring at Teacher’s Guild and teaching fellow where he taught and designed curriculum for 3 classes of literature and economics to under-resourced 7th-9th graders. Not only was Dhruv a US Presidential scholars program finalist, he also raised $1750 in registration funds and recruited 14 players to start the first men’s volleyballs team in school history. Dhruv plans on continuing his education at Williams College, studying economics and Latin American studies.