Last Thursday the DC Association of Chartered Public Schools celebrated the winners of their Most Outstanding Graduate contest. Senior Dominique Cravins was chosen as an Exemplars for exemplifying the mission of her school based on the essay she submitted about her values and goals. She tied for first place and won a $3,000 scholarship. She read the first two paragraphs of her essay at the event. Cravins participates in Model UN and took part in the Mock Election Assembly last fall. Last summer she served as an intern in the leadership office of the U.S. House of Representative’s Majority Whip. She will attend Wellesley College in the fall.