Lima Senior High School senior Ceyshon Huggins is this year’s Lima winner of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Scholarship.
Collins was recently recognized at a banquet in Troy.
The scholarship goes to the African American male with the highest academic standing at the school. Huggins maintains a 3.7 grade-point average and does so while being vary involved at Lima Senior.
The son of Erin Dunson and Calin Huggins is in Lima Senior’s engineering program. He is a member of the National Honor Society, GSA/Spectrum and Youth And Government program.
Huggins plays the viola in Lima Senior’s Orchestra, Satin Strings ensemble and the Lima Area Youth Orchestra. He was on the Spartan football team and plans to play lacrosse in the spring. He also plays and coaches roller hockey. He was a member of this year’s Lima City Schools Hall of Fame Selection Committee.
Huggins is looking at a career in either sports medicine or engineering. He’s looking at The Ohio State University, University of Toledo or the University of Cincinnati.