Four Ironwood Ridge High School students were selected by a foundation to attend a youth program in Pennsylvania.

The Freedoms Foundation-Tucson, which is part of a nationwide organization founded in Valley Forge, Pa., is giving scholarships to Emily Hernandez, Mikayla Kaber, Cory Buechler and Daniel Casanova for a trip from April 6 to 10 to participate in mock Congress, a free enterprise challenge and activities that encourage various leadership skills.

Two teachers, Ken George and Marty Wenzel, will accompany them.

Education notes are compiled by Star reporter Yoohyun Jung. Contact Yoohyun at 573-4243 or yjung@tucson.com. On Twitter: @yoohyun_jung