NFC Foundation High School Scholarships 2020NFC Foundation Congratulates 2020 High School Senior Scholarship Recipients

MADISON, FL (May 26, 2020) – The North Florida College Foundation is proud to congratulate 25 2020 high school scholarship awardees recently presented with scholarship certificates and scholarship signs by the NFC Foundation. "The NFC Foundation wishes all 2020 High School Graduates the best of luck on their future endeavors," said Judy Lundell, NFC Resource Development Director. 

  • Kaylee Boatwright, a senior at Hamilton County High School, received a $500 W.L. and Neta Carter Scholarship. 
  • Maria Diego, a senior at Hamilton County High School, received a $500 Caroline Mary Moffses Memorial Scholarship and a $500 Hamilton County Education Foundation Scholarship. She also won a $500 Super Saturday Scholarship for Hamilton County, during a chance selection of students completing applications at NFC’s annual open house and free application event in March.
  • Joseph Mickler, a senior at Westwood Christian School and Hamilton County resident, received an NFC Presidential Scholarship ($750 per term; 4 terms) and a $500 Academic Improvement Trust Fund Scholarship.  
  • Cole Vickers, a homeschool student from Jefferson County, received an NFC Presidential Scholarship ($750 per term; 4 terms) and a $500 Academic Improvement Trust Fund Scholarship.
  • Tristyn Johnson, a senior at Lafayette High School, received a $500 Academic Improvement Trust Fund Scholarship. 
  • Adam Perrya senior at Lafayette High School, received a $500 Academic Improvement Trust Fund Scholarship and an NFC Presidential Scholarship ($750 per term; 4 terms). 
  • Harley Primma senior at Lafayette High School, received a $500 Academic Improvement Trust Fund Scholarship. 
  • Joseph Perrya senior at Lafayette High School, received a $500 First Federal Bank of Florida Scholarship. He also won a $500 Super Saturday Scholarship for Lafayette County as part of a chance selection of students completing applications at NFC’s annual open house and free application event in March.
  • Jose Ramireza senior at Lafayette High School, received a $500 W. Turner Davis Scholarship from the NFC Foundation.
  • Daffany Brinson, a senior at Madison County High School, received a $500 Madison County Charmettes Scholarship.
  • Grace Galbraith, a senior at Madison County High School, received a $500 Madison County Community Bank Scholarship and a $1000 Frank Cantey Endowment Scholarship.
  • Cailyn Johnson, a senior at James Madison Preparatory High School, received at $1000 Madison County Rotary Club Scholarship and a $500 Madison County Lion’s Club Scholarship. 
  • Allison Underhill, a senior at Madison County High School, received a $500 Madison County Community Bank Scholarship and a $500 Academic Improvement Trust Fund Scholarship.
  • Danay Brown, a senior at Suwannee High School, received a $500 Academic Trust Fund Scholarship. She also won a $250 Super Saturday Scholarship for Suwannee County as part of a chance selection of students completing applications at NFC’s annual open house and free application event in March.
  • Katelyn Floyd, a senior at Suwannee High School, received a $500 First Federal Bank of Florida Scholarship.
  • Baileigh Fralick, a Suwannee Virtual School senior, received a $500 Academic Trust Fund Scholarship.
  • Hannah Gamble, a Branford High School senior, received a $500 Academic Trust Fund Scholarship.
  • Faith Goyette, a senior at Corinth Christian Academy, received a $500 Academic Trust Fund Scholarship.
  • Cameron Harrison, a senior at Freedom School, received a $500 Academic Trust Fund Scholarship.
  • Chullain Norris, a senior at Westwood Christian School, received a $500 W. Turner Davis Scholarship.
  • Elizabeth Blue, a senior at Taylor County High School, received a $500 Academic Improvement Trust Fund Scholarship and an NFC Presidential Scholarship ($750 per term; 4 terms).
  • Ayana Fitchett, a senior at Taylor County High School, received a $500 Tri-County Electric Energizing Education Scholarship.
  • Caleb Holmes, a senior at Taylor County High School, received a $500 John E. Loughridge Endowment Scholarship.
  • Gabriel McMullen, a senior at Taylor County High School, won a $250 Super Saturday Scholarship for Taylor County as part of a chance selection of students completing applications at NFC’s annual open house and free application event in March.
  • Jessica Ansley English, a senior at Aucilla Christian Academy, received a $2,000 Morris and Judy Steen Scholarship and a $500 Tri-County Electric Energizing Education Scholarship.

Please see photos on the NFC Facebook page of these seniors accepting their scholarship certificates and NFC scholarship signs from the NFC Foundation in May.

Congratulations to our new NFC Sentinels!

Please note that published names of NFC scholarship recipients are shared at the request of the student and/or their parents. There may be additional scholarship recipients not listed.

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