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The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization working to improve the quality of life in 40 Middle Tennessee and three Kentucky counties, is awarding 353 scholarships to 332 individual students pursuing secondary education at accredited schools throughout the United States. A total of $644,000 is being awarded to students from more than 96 scholarship funds within The Community Foundation.

“The Community Foundation has helped thousands access educational opportunities they might otherwise have been unable to afford by connecting them with the generosity of others,” said Ellen Lehman, president of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. “This year we are honored to help hundreds more improve their futures, and the futures of their families, through the transformation offered by an education.”

Congratulations to the 2018 scholarship recipients from Williamson County:

  • Kelsey Charbonneau, from Fred. J. Page High School, was awarded the Teddy Wilburn Scholarship to attend Vanderbilt University.
  • Mary Collins, from Brentwood Academy, was awarded the Brian Ralls Memorial Scholarship to attend Lipscomb University.
  • William Dunn, from Ravenwood High School, was awarded the Mitchell Patrick Mielnik Scholarship to attend Liberty University.
  • Kaitlin Flippo, from Summit High School, was awarded the Drue Smith Society of Professional Journalists Scholarship to attend the University of Tennessee.
  • Caitlin Frontz, from Fairview High School, was awarded the Belle Meade Country Club Employee Scholarship to attend Middle Tennessee State University.
  • Arthur Green, from Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville, was awarded the Teddy Wilburn Scholarship to attend Vanderbilt University.
  • Caleb Harris, from Brentwood Academy, was awarded the Brian Rails Memorial Scholarship to attend Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • Cliff Herring, from Ravenwood High School, was awarded the Kathy D. and Stephen J. Anderson Scholarship to attend the University of Tennessee.
  • Keegan Hildner, from Fred J. Page High School, was awarded the Kathy D. and Stephen J. Anderson Scholarship to attend Middle Tennessee State University.
  • Sabrina Huffman, from Ravenwood High School, was awarded the Belle Meade Country Club Employee Scholarship to attend Middle Tennessee State University.
  • Tinah Le, from Brentwood High School, was awarded the Teddy Wilburn Scholarship to attend Vanderbilt University.
  • Emily MacLeod, from Franklin High School, was awarded the Teddy Wilburn Scholarship to attend Vanderbilt University.
  • Elliot McClure, from Brentwood High School, was awarded the Teddy Wilburn Scholarship to attend Vanderbilt University.
  • Kaitlyn Moore, from Fred J. Page High School, was awarded the Lt. Holly Adams Memorial Scholarship to attend the University of Kentucky.
  • Chloe Pigue, from Fred J. Page High School, was awarded the Ann Buchanan Scholarship to attend the University of Tennessee.
  • Hunter Spivey, from Fred J. Page High School, was awarded the Kathy D. and Stephen J. Anderson Scholarship and Teddy Wilburn Scholarship to attend Vanderbilt University.
  • Anika Sutter, from Fairview High School, was awarded the Kathy D. and Stephen J. Anderson Scholarship to attend the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga.
  • Isaac Way, from Brentwood Academy, was awarded the Brian Ralls Memorial Scholarship to attend the University of Mississippi.

The Community Foundation scholarships, established by individuals, companies and civic groups, will assist students with tuition and other school-related expenses. Each year, The Community Foundation scholarship committee reviews applications on behalf of donors who entrust The Foundation with administering the annual awards.

The scholarship committee carefully considers applicants’ academic records, test scores, extracurricular activities, work experience, community involvement, and personal recommendations.

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