University of Redlands Surprises Local High School Seniors with Letters of Admission
Letters of admission and a bulldog mascot named Addie congratulate early admits to the class of 2023
(Above, Redlands East Valley Students)
Redlands, Calif. – Citrus Valley High School seniors Adalynn Salazar, Hanna Hill, and Gavin Martinez were among 20 seniors in the Redlands Unified School District surprised with letters of admission to the University of Redlands last week, delivered by admissions officials and bulldog mascot Addie. For the third year running, U of R surprised Early Action applicants at Citrus Valley, Redlands, and Redlands East Valley high schools.
“With Early Action, and now early FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) if they applied, these students not only know they have a place in the first year class at U of R next fall, but they have a sense for the true cost to attend after the scholarships and financial aid awarded by us,” said Kevin Dyerly, vice president for enrollment. “In some cases, this is three months earlier than was the case a few years ago.”
Redlands High School (above) students include Kendall Bolock, Rachel Curtis, Kennedy Huston, Melissa Johnson, Kant Krittayaweth, and Damini Patel.
Redlands East Valley High School students include Amaris Calderon, Amy Clark, Sara Doolittle, David Everhart, Owen Fromm, Carter Glass, Bindhu Hosuru, Sophie Parker, Julia Richardson, Dominic Rios, and Chance Ruffalo.
Surprise visits will also be made in the Yucaipa-Calimesa School District and for the first year in the Chaffey Joint Unified School District.
(above, Citrus Valley High School students.)
About University of Redlands
The University of Redlands is a private, nonprofit university that connects students to a world of opportunity, geared toward their passions and potential. Centrally located near the beaches, mountains and desert in the heart of Southern California, the University offers more than 40 undergraduate programs, as well as 20 graduate programs in business, communication sciences and disorders, education, geographic information systems, and music—blending liberal arts and professional programs, applied and theoretical study, traditional majors and self-designed curricula. See www.redlands.edu.