Students at Dublin's three high schools raised more than $17,000 during the 2010-11 school year to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

Students at Dublin's three high schools raised more than $17,000 during the 2010-11 school year to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

More than 300 students from Coffman, Jerome and Scioto participated in the student-led and student-run program called "Team Up."

The high schools' student committees led fundraisers for St. Jude, but the main event was a letter-writing campaign that solicited funds from students' families and friends.

Over the 2010-11 school year, Dublin high school students raised $17,422 for St. Jude, an internationally recognized group that researches cures for children with cancer or other diseases.

Bryan Knapp of Dublin is the recipient of the second annual North Columbus Civitan Sam Rosen Scholarship.

He received the $1,000 scholarship on May 19 during a joint meeting with the Kiwanis Club of Northern Columbus.

Knapp is a senior at Dublin Coffman High School, where he maintains a 4.1 GPA. He is in the National Honor Society and is a student-government representative.

Knapp will attend The Ohio State University, with a goal of double majoring in business and biology. He would like to help develop a cure for ulcerative colitis.