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Class of 2017 breaks local scholarship record

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Roseville High School’s class of 2017 broke the local scholarship application record this week, submitting 1665.

College and Career technician Jacqie Seider hopes the money granted by local scholarships will help seniors pay for college expenses.  

“That money is going to benefit students in the way of paying for tuition, books, parking, dorms, everything associated with college is very expensive,” Seider said. “It truly is a benefit to our students.”

The previous record was set by the class of 2016, with 1487 applications submitted.

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