Northview Seniors Earn Over $1.7 Million In Scholarships

May 31, 2014

Northview High School has announced that members of the the Class of 2014 were awarded at least $1,713,445 in scholarships, a school record.

Awarded scholarships included:

Mariah Albritton

  • Gold Seal Vocational – Bright Futures – $3,384

Madison Arrington

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500

Kevin Barrow

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500
  • Gautrelet Award – Spring Hill College – $52,000

Kasie Braun

  • AT&T Foundation Scholarship – $2,500
  • Atmore Rotary 4 Year – $750
  • Florida Academic Scholar- Bright Futures – $12,000
  • IIT Heald Scholarship – $100,000
  • Jim & Jumi Ross Memorial – $500
  • Johnson & Wales – $500
  • Mary Baldwin College – $80,000
  • MIRA Book Award – $200
  • NJROTC Scholarship – $180,000
  • United Bank of Atmore – $300

Taylor Brook

  • MIRA Book Award – $200
  • Troy Band Scholarship – $2,500

Dale Brown

  • Florida Academic Scholar – Bright Futures – $12,000
  • UWF Argonaut Scholarship – $12,000

Skye Brown

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500

Audrey Byrd

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500

Katelynne Calloway

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500

Kira Cartwright

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500

Matthew Cayson

  • Studer Make a Difference Award – $1,000

Mashama Codrington

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500
  • Take Stock in Children partial – $6,191

Lana Clayton

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500

Morgan Digmon

  • MIRA Book Award – $200
  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500

Hunter Dettling

  • MIRA Book Award – $250
  • University of Mobile University Scholarship – $20,000
  • University of Mobile Center for Performing Arts – $8,000
  • Fualkner State Music Scholarship

Anna Donald

  • Atmore Rotary 4 year – $750
  • FBLA District One Scholarship – $250
  • MIRA Book Award – $200
  • Troy University Chancellors Award Scholarship – $35,000
  • Troy University Trojan Opportunity Scholarship – $3,000

Anna Fischer

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500
  • Gold Seal Vocational – Bright Futures – $3,384
  • MIRA Book Award – $200
  • UWF Nautilus Scholarship – $6,000

Marina Gray

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500

Tamara Green

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500
  • Southern Normal School Scholarship – $500

Rebecca Grim

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500
  • Take Stock in Children Scholarship – $12,382

Talana Heathcock

  • Spring Hill – Portier Leader Award – $80,000
  • University of South Alabama Presidential – $14,000

Cory Hester

  • MIRA Book Award – $200

Kelsie Hudson

  • Fortis Institute A.S.N. Scholarship – $1,000

Courtney Jones

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500

Justin King

  • Gold Seal Vocational – Bright Futures – $3,384
  • MIRA Book Award – $200

Chloe Leonard

  • MIRA Book Award – $200
  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500

Jessica Lowery

  • Florida Medallion Scholar – Bright Futures – $9,000

Ali Martin

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500
  • PSC Outstanding Minority Scholarship – $1,800

Rachel Presley

  • 1st Generation Poarch Scholarship – $40,000

Tiffani Pritchett

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500
  • Take Stock in Children Scholarship – $12,382

Jonathan Baccari Ramer

  • 1st Generation Poarch Scholarship – $40,000

Caitlyn Rigby

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500

Hilery Scott

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500
  • PSC Concert Chorale – $1,400
  • PSC Entertainers Scholarship – $1,400

Danny Slay

  • Mayville State University Football – $4,800

Kent Smith

  • Troy University Band Scholarship – $6,000

Courtney Solari

  • Atmore Rotary 4 Year – $750
  • Charles & Alice Mayson – $17,400
  • FFA Friends and Alumni Scholarship – $500
  • Florida Academic Scholar- Bright Futures – $12,000
  • Pensacola Interstate Fair Scholarship – $1,000
  • Thomas Weaver Memorial FFA – $500
  • UWF Nautilus Scholarship – $6,000

Jeremy Stacey

  • UWF Argonaut Scholarship – $12,000
  • FFA Friends and Alumni Scholarship – $500
  • Florida Academic Scholar- Bright Futures – $12,000

Danielle Steadham

  • PSC President’s Award – $1,800

Karissa Strickland

  • Barrineau Park Scholarship – $500
  • Florida Medallion Scholars – Bright Futures – $9,000
  • Take Stock in Children – $10,420

Daulton Tullis

  • McGhee Tullis Tuition Assistance Scholarship – $100,000

Lauryn Walker

  • Atmore Rotary All-Star – $500
  • Tommy Weaver Memorial DCT Scholarship – $500

Courtney Weaver

  • Atmore Rotary 4 year – $750
  • Gold Seal Vocational – Bright Futures – $3,384
  • Spring Hill College – Portier Leader Award – $80,000

Victoria Wright

  • AFROTC Scholarship – $180,000
  • American Legion Auxillary Scholarship – $5,000
  • Atmore Rotary 4 Year – $750
  • Barrineau Park Scholarship – $1,000
  • District One FBLA – $250
  • EREC Scholarship – $4,000
  • First National Bank – Sal award – $50
  • Florida Academic Scholar- Bright Futures – $12,000
  • Florida PEO Scholarship – $2,000
  • Jim & Jumi Ross Memorial Scholarship – $500
  • United States Air Force Academy – $444,984
  • UWF Nautilus Scholarship – $12,000

Northview senior and co-valedictorian Kasie Braun was presented a NJROTC scholarship valued at up to $180,000. NorthEscambia.com photo, click to enlarge.

Comments

3 Responses to “Northview Seniors Earn Over $1.7 Million In Scholarships”

  1. Granny Granny on May 31st, 2014 10:56 pm

    Great job Northview Class of 2014
    Congratulations Baccari Ramer, Daulton Tullis, Tony Haynie, Brannon Freeman, Rachel Presley and Ali Martin a job well done. The world is waiting for u, take it and run with it

  2. Robert S. on May 31st, 2014 7:28 am

    AWESOME accomplishments for the Class of 2014.

    Not only is the financial portion of the Scholarship a benefit, the Recognition of your Jobs Well Done are shining stars.

    MANY Thanks to the Students, Parents, Teachers, Counselors, Administrators and many others who work behind the scenes to make sure these scholarships are made available to you the students.

    May ALL of the Class of 2014 have a Great Future and most importantly my wishes are for you to be Happy in your lives……

  3. Michelle on May 31st, 2014 3:41 am

    Well done to Northview class of 2014.
    Congratulations one and all. Everyone should be so proud you made it.
    GOD Bless and let the sun shine today on your graduation and all of your futures.
    Well done.





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