CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 2016 recipients!

 

Nautica Lane

(Human Services, York College of Pennsylvania)

 

Carmen Lau

(Economics, University of Pennsylvania - Wharton)

 

Jordan Scanlon

(Communications, Salisbury University)

 

Nautica, Carmen and Jordan each received a $1,000 scholarship to help pursue their post-secondary educations. Thank you to all the alumni, family, friends and community who make these scholarships possible through their generous donations each year.


Nautica Lane, NCHS '16

 

I would like to thank the generous donors and the committee for choosing me as one of the NCHS Alumni Scholarship recipients. I would also like to thank each individual that has impacted the person that I have become and for always believing in me. I am so grateful to have been selected for the class of 2016. This scholarship will help in continuing my education as I attend York College with a major in Human Services. My hope is to become a school counselor so that I can have the opportunity to impact and inspire students’ lives just as much as others have impacted mine. Thank you again for choosing me for the 2016 NCHS Alumni Scholarship and for supporting me as I begin a new chapter and continue on this exciting journey.

 


Carmen Lau, NCHS '16

 

Dear NCHS Alumni Scholarship Fund,

 

I cannot thank the donors and Committee enough for funding and selecting me for this scholarship. I grew up in a single mother household and it is thanks to giving groups like the NCHS Alumni Scholarship Fund that I can continue my education despite the rising costs of college and work towards making a positive impact in society. This fall, I will begin studying Economics at The Wharton School while participating in their Research, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Residential Program. It is an honor and privilege to be an NCHS Alumni Scholarship recipient, and no matter where I end up in life, I will never forget the generous community that supported me.

 

With gratitude,

Carmen Lau


Jordan Scanlon, NCHS '16

 

Dear NCHS Alumni Scholarship Committee,

 

I would first like to thank the generous donors that fund this scholarship every year and the Board of Directors for selecting me to receive this prestigious award. This scholarship allows students, like me, to pursue higher education with reduced financial burdens. I will be attending Salisbury University next fall to major in communications. I am grateful for the financial support this award offers and to the selection committee for choosing me to represent the outstanding and talented class of NCHS 2016. Thank you to everyone involved in this organization, and most of all, thank you for seeing potential in students like me and offering your support.

 

Thank you again,

Jordan Scanlon


6 years strong...


The mission of the North County High School Alumni Scholarship is to support the post-secondary education of graduating seniors. Thanks to the generous support of NCHS, Andover and Brooklyn Park alumni, family, friends and our local community, we have awarded $12,000 in scholarships to 18 well-deserving seniors over the past 6 years

 

Incorporated in July 2010, we are passionate about supporting NCHS students and are committed to the long-term success of our scholarship fund. 



Ways you can help...


DONATE via Paypal by clicking the donate button below.  With your help, the NCHS Alumni Scholarship Fund will award three (3) $1000 scholarships to the Class of 2017 at the Senior Awards Ceremony in May 2017.  Join us in supporting our fellow Knights!  


MARYLAND CHARITY CAMPAIGN

 

We are now participating with the MCC!  If you are a Maryland State employee, please consider donating to the NCHS Alumni Scholarship Fund via the MCC.  


SOCIAL MEDIA  Please support our scholarship by serving as a Social Media Ambassador.  When you like and share our posts on FB, it helps get the word out about our non-profit organization.  #NCHSAlumniScholarship


PLANNING A CLASS REUNION? Considering inviting the NCHS Alumni Scholarship Fund!  Help us promote awareness of our non-profit and raise funds through a 50/50 raffle. 



Updated: July 6, 2016