Photo (L-R): Loa Cho '20 with Erie Chapman ’61 after she was awarded Erie’s Renaissance Student Award.
The Renaissance Student Award is a merit award modeled after the life of Leonardo Da Vinci and is given to a rising junior or senior at Maumee Valley Country Day School who exemplifies extraordinary passion and accomplishment across a diverse range of fields, including social justice and the arts. The purpose is to encourage and recognize multi-talented students who specialize in more than one field of study.
This year, Loa Cho ‘21 received the award and a $1,000.00 scholarship for her passion for music, the arts, education, and thinking globally about how to solve problems. She was presented the award by Erie Chapman ‘61, head of the Erie Chapman Foundation, which sponsors the Renaissance Student Award.
2012-13 Linnea Johnson ’13, 2013-14 Nichole Kanios ’14, 2014-15 Asma Elgamal ’15, 2015-16 Will Cagle ’16, 2016-17 Jude Furlong ’18, 2017-18 Denise Tamesis ’19, 2018-19 Carolyn Schutte ’20, 2019-20 Loa Cho ’21