Northview Graduates Earn $1.33 Million In Scholarships

May 26, 2017

Northview High School has announced that the members of the Class of 2017 have earned $1.33 million in scholarships.

Scholarships were awarded or offered as follows:

Autumn Albritton

  • Gary McAdams Memorial Scholarship – $1,000

Victoria Anne Amerson

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – $500

Natalie Grace Barrow

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – $500

Alyssa Marie Bell

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – $500

Alyssa Brianna Borelli

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – 4 yr – $750
  • Bright Futures – Florida Academic Scholar – $12,360
  • UWF – Academic Excellence Schoalrship – $20,000
  • Auburn University – Presidential Scholarhip – $72,000
  • Coastal Alabama Comm College – Full Tuition – $12,624
  • Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis & Overholts Justices Foundation – $1,500
  • Jim and Jumi Ross Memorial Scholarship – $500
  • Valedictorian Award
  • Navy League Scholarship – $1,000
  • BBB Ethics Scholarshp – $1,000

Kylie Brook

  • PSC Scholastic Achievement – $500

Katie Cmehil

  • Jim and Jumi Ross Memorial Scholarship – $500

Ohijie Elliott

  • Foundation Scholarship – $75

De’asia Ja’shay Fountain

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – $500

Mallory Olivia Gibson

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – $500
  • Poarch Educational Assistance Scholarship – $100,000

Gabrielle Hawkins

  • Gwen Applequist Difference Maker Award – $1,000

Emily Michelle Heard

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – 4 yr – $750

Ta’keyzha Johnson

  • Dedria’s Gift – $500

Adrian Daniel King

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – 4 yr – $750

Daysha Kite

  • EREC Scholarship – $1,000

Brandon Edward Korinchak

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – 4 yr – $750
  • Pensacola Interstate Fair Scholarship – $1,000
  • FFA Alumni – Tommy Weaver Scholarship – $1,000
  • Walnut Hill Ruritan – $100
  • PSC Academic – $3,600
  • Bright Futures – Florida Medallion Scholar – $9,240
  • UWF Academic Excellence – $16,000

Daniel Mascaro

  • Spring Hill Portier Award – $100,000
  • UWF Academic Excellence – $16,000

Chase Olsen

  • Take Stock in Children – $13,000

Malcom Jude Parham

  • Poarch Educational Assistance Scholarship – $100,000

Shyla Nicole Pope

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – $500

Kaitlyn Pugh

  • Salutatorian Award

Dustin Radcliffe

  • Dedria’s Gift – $500
  • PSC Scholastic Achievement – $500

Zachary Chase Sheldon

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – $150
  • University of West Florida – Academic Excellence – $12,000
  • US Army ROTC – 3 yr – $135,000
  • Navy ROTC – 4 Yr – $180,000
  • Bright Futures – Florida Medallion Scholar – $9,240
  • Elks Lodge – $1,000
  • Florence Krom & Johnny Stephanou Scholarship – $1,000

Mitchell James Singleton

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – 4 yr – $750
  • Barrineau Park Historical Society – $500
  • Pensacola Interstate Fair Scholarship – $1,000
  • Bright Futures – Florida Medallion Scholar – $9,240
  • Glen Key Award – $500
  • FFA Alumni – Tommy Weaver Scholarship – $1,000
  • Jamie Hall Memorial Scholarship – $500

Brianna Morgan Smith

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star 4 yr – $750
  • Northwest Florida Bowling Conference Scholarship – $500
  • PSC Scholastic Achievement – $500
  • PSC Academic – $3,600

Jessica Lauren Stacey

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – $500
  • Freshman Academic Excellence – Mississippi State – $6,000

David Conrad Weber

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – 4 yr – $750
  • Belmont University – Merit Scholarship – $40,000
  • Jacksonville State University – Merit 15 Scholarship – $40,000
  • SEU – Chancellor’s Scholarship – $12,000
  • Troy University – Millineum Scholar’s Scholarship – $53,856
  • University of Mobile – Presidential Merit – $48,000
  • Bright Futures – Florida Academic Scholar – $12,360

Luke Ward

  • Poarch Creek Tuition Assistance – $50,000
  • Mercer – Athletic Scholarship – $192,000

Alston Wiggins

  • Take Stock in Children – $13,000

Hadley Marie Woodfin

  • Atmore Rotary Academic All-Star – 4 yr – $750
  • UWF Academic Excellence Scholarship – $12,000
  • Bright Futures – Gold Seal Vocational – $3,456

Comments

One Response to “Northview Graduates Earn $1.33 Million In Scholarships”

  1. Edna on May 27th, 2017 9:10 am

    Congratulations to all of you. Evidently you have all taken your education seriously. Great work.





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