Coral Gables High School alumnus Cole Scanlon and Luke Heine, both of Harvard College, were recognized in Forbes 30 Under 30 for founding the Fair Opportunity Project for high school students throughout the United States.
Coral Gables High School alumnus Cole Scanlon and Luke Heine, both of Harvard College, were recognized in Forbes 30 Under 30 for founding the Fair Opportunity Project for high school students throughout the United States. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Coral Gables High School alumnus Cole Scanlon and Luke Heine, both of Harvard College, were recognized in Forbes 30 Under 30 for founding the Fair Opportunity Project for high school students throughout the United States. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Coral Gables grad, Harvard pal honored by Forbes for college financial aid guide

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