Head Prefect nominated for Morehead

Head Prefect Brandon Levin ’09 received the nomination for this year’s Morehead-Cain Scholarship, a full four year scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. With the nomination Levin becomes one of a selective group of nationwide contenders for the award, which is awarded to 70 to 80 high school students.

“I was absolutely thrilled to be representing Harvard-Westlake,” Levin said.  “I really felt honored to be selected from what I’m sure was a prestigious group.”

Levin found out about the nomination at the end of last year after a committee of school administrators including his dean, Jim Patterson, made the decision.

“I think Brandon exemplified the qualities that Moorhead-Cain are looking for—scholarship, leadership and participation in athletics,” Patterson said.

This year’s Morehead winners will be announced in March.