Montverde Academy is proud to announce that 20 student-athletes participated in the second National Signing Day for the 2019-20 school year. National Signing Day is the day that high school seniors can officially sign a binding National Letter of Intent to play collegiate sports with their respective college or university that they have chosen.
The signing ceremony was held during Upper School assembly for signees, accompanied by family, friends and coaches, to be recognized and celebrated by their peers for their outstanding achievements in their sport. National Letters of Intent were signed for colleges including the University of South Florida, University of Mississippi, University of Central Florida, Penn State University, Middle Tennessee State University, Jacksonville University, and more, with student-athletes earning full and partial scholarships totaling more than $538,000.00.
Reka Zadori - University of Mississippi
Carolina Chaves - Adelphi University
Thiago Negrao - Adelphi University
Olivia Chestnut - Southern Union State
Bailey Johnson - Covenant College
Richy Guevara - Jacksonville University
Olivier Correa - Jacksonville University
Anderson Rosa - University of Central Florida
Lucca Dourado - University of Central Florida
Edward Mensah - Penn State University
Emmanuel Hagan - University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Eric Danquah - University of Louisville
Kseniia Kozlova - Middle Tennessee State University
Vivianne Bessette - University of South Florida
Brandon Azzi - Tiffin University
Aryaman Mohan - University of Illinois at Springfield
Alex Sun - California Polytechnic University
Savannah Weyrauch - Hofstra University
Jackson Tyler - Wesley College
Michael Flores - Saint Leo University
"On behalf of the Montverde Academy community, I congratulate our student-athletes and their families on this tremendous accomplishment," said Dr. Kasey C. Kesselring, Headmaster at Montverde Academy. "It takes an incredible amount of hard work, dedication, drive, and sacrifice made by student-athletes and their families, to achieve this success. We wish our students continued success and look forward to watching them pursue their passion at the collegiate level."