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12 Pace High students accepted into University of Florida

These are the 12 students from Msgr. Edward Pace High School have been accepted into the University of Florida. Pictured here, front row, from left: Courtney Diaz, Elexa Suarez, Juana Diaz, Kirstie Vargas, Suzarah Dorleus, and Matthew Arrojas. Back row, from left: Gabriel Sanchez, Steven Yildirim, Daniel A. Gonazlez, Christian B. Roig, Adam Ruiz, and Eduardo Kuffo.

Photographer: Rene D. Basulto

These are the 12 students from Msgr. Edward Pace High School have been accepted into the University of Florida. Pictured here, front row, from left: Courtney Diaz, Elexa Suarez, Juana Diaz, Kirstie Vargas, Suzarah Dorleus, and Matthew Arrojas. Back row, from left: Gabriel Sanchez, Steven Yildirim, Daniel A. Gonazlez, Christian B. Roig, Adam Ruiz, and Eduardo Kuffo.

MIAMI GARDENS | Twelve members of Msgr. Edward Pace High School's Class of 2015 have been accepted into the University of Florida.

The students are: Matthew Arrojas, Courtney Diaz, Juana Diaz, Daniel A. Gonzalez, Eduardo Kuffo, Christian B. Roig, Adam Ruiz, Elexa Suarez, Kirstie Vargas, Steven Yildirim, Gabriel Sanchez, and Suzarah Dorleus.

These 12 exceptional students met and surpassed the GPA and standardized test requirements to be accepted into UF. Their potential enrollment there is buoyed by credits earned through Msgr. Pace High’s dual-enrollment program with UF. 

“These students have taken the most demanding curriculum we have to offer here at Pace, from APs to dual enrollment courses, earning good grades and preparing for the SAT and/or ACT,” said Pace college advisor Lilian Dubon. “They are involved on and off campus and are a true example of well roundedness. I’m so proud of our seniors.” 

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