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"The Day After: Star Zee-Bee gymnast in a class by herself" - http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/newssun/sports/127694,5_2_WA08_DAYCOLUMN_S1.article [quote]Lyndsie Boone will add her name to the list of numerous Zion-Benton High students to attend college on an athletic scholarship when she signs a national letter-of-intent today to compete at Utah State University next fall.[/quote] "Oklahoma lands gymnast Zondervan" - http://www.mlive.com/sports/kzgazette/index.ssf?/base/sports-2/1162894816298090.xml&coll=7 [quote]Taylor Zondervan is flipping over a college scholarship. The Schoolcraft High School senior plans to sign a national letter of intent on Wednesday to attend Oklahoma University on a gymnastics scholarship. [/quote] [quote]She was named to the Junior Olympic National Team after finishing fifth nationally in the all-around at the Level 10 Nationals. She placed third on bars, fifth on beam and sixth on floor. She trained at the Olympic camp in Colorado Springs in August. At the Level 10 Regionals, she took first on bars and floor. [/quote]
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"Freedom's Coccia signs with Univ. of Denver" - http://www.mcall.com/sports/other/all-keepingnov09,0,657796.story?track=rss full scholarship at University of Denver: [quote]Coccia has been a gymnast for 12 years at the Parkettes National Gymnastics Training Center in Allentown. According to a release from the Parkettes, the organization has had more than 100 of its members earn college scholarships in gymnastics from many of the nation's top programs. Coccia was recruited by LSU, Michigan State and Boise State, but chose Denver because she liked the small school atmosphere, the coaching staff and believes it is a ''program on the rise.'' Denver has made seven straight NCAA regionals and finished last season ranked 16th in the nation.[/quote]
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Hi, I am a dependent student and received a federal Pell grant in my financial aid package. Is this money taxable as income and if so what portion and who has to declare it as income. If I am a dependant student then should not the parent have to put this money on their tax form? What if the child has no other income? Do they just in effect give some money back in the form of taxes? I need your opinion. Thanks.
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