David Barbier, Joshua Toledo, Isabella Cardoso, Leticia Saladrigas and Gaetane Jeudy of Monsignor Edward Pace High School were each winners of a $2,000 Jorge Luis Lopez Esq. Scholarship. The students are pictured with Father Richard Vigoa, Marile Lopez, Jorge Luiz Lopez and Ana Garcia.
David Barbier, Joshua Toledo, Isabella Cardoso, Leticia Saladrigas and Gaetane Jeudy of Monsignor Edward Pace High School were each winners of a $2,000 Jorge Luis Lopez Esq. Scholarship. The students are pictured with Father Richard Vigoa, Marile Lopez, Jorge Luiz Lopez and Ana Garcia. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
David Barbier, Joshua Toledo, Isabella Cardoso, Leticia Saladrigas and Gaetane Jeudy of Monsignor Edward Pace High School were each winners of a $2,000 Jorge Luis Lopez Esq. Scholarship. The students are pictured with Father Richard Vigoa, Marile Lopez, Jorge Luiz Lopez and Ana Garcia. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Pace High students each win scholarship created by alumnus

September 26, 2017 5:00 PM

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