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CRUMLEY ROBERTS FOUNDER'S SCHOLARSHIP
This year, Crumley Roberts awarded five $2,500 scholarships to high school students who attend a North Carolina high school and who will attend an accredited four-year college or university.
Applications for 2016 Founder’s Scholarship
The application for our 2016 scholarship program is now closed. Winners of the 2016 Founder’s Scholarship can be found below.
Amanda Conti of Matthews, North Carolina, is a graduating senior at Porter Ridge High School, where she successfully organized science workshops with local elementary school girls to share her passion of science with the community. She will attend Duke University in the fall, where she plans to pursue a degree in Neuroscience. Amanda loves to run and is hoping to complete her second half-marathon this summer.
Lauren Drum of Jamestown, North Carolina, is a graduating senior at Wesleyan Christian Academy. During her high school years she completed over 100 volunteer hours in the NICU at local hospitals. She will attend Clemson University in the fall, where she plans to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. Lauren stands 6 feet, 2 inches and loves being tall!
Jackson Hicks of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, is a graduating senior at East Chapel Hill High School. During high school, he successfully organized a baseball equipment drive for an inner-city league. He will attend The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the fall, where he plans to pursue a degree in Political Science. Jackson was one of 1,000 students nationwide to record a perfect score on the ACT.
Grace Ketron of Waxhaw, North Carolina, is a graduating senior at Charlotte Christian School. During high school, she served as the editor-in-chief for the yearbook and plans to pursue a degree in Media and Journalism in college. She also started an after-school club to share her passion for telling her school’s story and created a newspaper for the lower school at Charlotte Christian. Grace will attend The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the fall.
Mary Taylor Peele of Williamston, North Carolina, is a graduating senior at Riverside High School, where her work with the Dare to Read program has helped provide every fifth grader in her school district a novel at no cost to read during the summer. Mary Taylor will attend the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in the fall, pursuing a degree in Biology. She enjoys traveling and learning about different cultures and, during high school, participated in a German exchange program.