Bishop Moore senior Jeremy Trusheim received an academic scholarship to the University of Alabama. Although he initially only qualified for two-thirds of an out-of-state scholarship, after applying for the engineering college, the school informed him they would be covering the remaining third of the tuition. Additionally, they would provide him with $10,000 of spending money over the course of four years. Scoring above the university's requirements, Jeremy's 31 on the ACT, 1330 on the SAT and 3.85 GPA cemented his future in Tuscaloosa, leaving him with nothing more to say then, "Roll Tide."
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