Two Columbus Young Scholars high school students have much to be grateful for

Two Columbus Young Scholars high school students have much to be grateful for

Daizhon Cox, a junior at South High School and Carleigh McGee, a Marion-Franklin High School junior were featured in separate stories in The Columbus Dispatch.

Check out their stories below.

Columbus student spreads positivity as he sees classmates "give up" during pandemic

"My biggest message is you can't give up and don't give up because our future depends on this," said Daizhon Cox, a junior at South High School.

Read more about Daizhon Cox
Thanksgiving: Central Ohioans reflect on gratitude in a pandemic year

Carleigh McGee, 16, of the South Side, is a Marion-Franklin High School junior and a volleyball and softball player.

Read more about Carleigh McGee
About the Young Scholars Program

The Ohio State University Office of Diversity and Inclusion Young Scholars Program is a comprehensive pre-collegiate and collegiate program designed to enhance the academic, personal, and career development of its Scholars.