U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar presented Lake Central High School student Anthony Dous with a four-year $20,000 college scholarship on Sunday, April 13, 2014, at an Indianapolis banquet honoring outstanding minority high school seniors from across the state.
Anthony demonstrated an extraordinary amount of servant leadership during his high school career. He was a three-year member of the Class Cabinet and Student Council, Co-Founder of the Young Americans Club, Treasurer of the Future Medical Professionals, a judge on the Debate Team, and the Director of Production and Video for the Truth Seeking Investigators. He also served as Coach for 3rd-6th graders on his church athletic team. He has even represented the Ping Pong Club as Vice President and Treasurer. He is also involved with the N-Teens Club, Word of Life, and as a student aid in the English and Athletic departments.
Additionally, Anthony is very involved at his church, volunteering at a downtown homeless shelter and as a Sunday School Teacher.
In his “spare” time, Anthony has worked at Dunhill Tuxedos, New Market Realty, and at Shoe Carnival, where he was once #1 in Sales and Employee of the Month. He has received direct acceptance into the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, and hopes to first obtain his MBA, and then pursue a degree in Medicine.