Dwight Award Finalists
Established in 1970 in memory of Florida Prep founder, Jonathan Dwight, the Dwight Award offers nominated students an opportunity to shine as public speakers and to compete against others in 8th grade for the honor of receiving the Dwight Award during the Middle School Graduation ceremony.
Students, Ashaunti Rolle, Daniel Rubenstein, Smyrna Troncoso, and Julian Waller have been nominated by their collective teachers as the four finalists competing for this years award.
Update 5.24.2018 The winner of the 2018 Dwight Award is Smyrna Troncoso. See school News for more information.
Joelle Burley, the Florida Prep Salutatorian of the Class of 2018 was recently awarded the Congressional Medal of Merit by Congressman Bill Posey (R-Rockledge) which honors extraordinary young Americans for their contributions, leadership, and achievements.
Students Ashaunti Rolle, Daniel Rubenstein, Smyrna Troncoso, and Julian Waller are well on their way to developing their skills as public speakers. Each is also competing for the coveted ‘Dwight Award’. Read about it in 'Dwight Award Promotes Public Speaking Skills'.