The Cassner Foundation Scholarship was established by Mr. and Mrs. Alvin B. Cassner. Six $3,500 a year scholarships are awarded annually to Highland County High School seniors. Scholarships are renewable for a four-year period upon evidence that a 2.0 average is maintained.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement, personal qualifications and stated goals and objectives.
The final applicants are interviewed by a three-person screening committee before the committee awards the scholarships. Students can receive information about the scholarship from their school counselor.
Listed below are bios on this years scholarships recipients:
Stacey Barrett, the daughter of Dusty and Alisa Barrett, of Greenfield, graduated from McClain High School. She plans to attend Cedarville University and major in psychology and pre-law.
Megan Botts, the daughter of Joel Botts and Debbie (Steve) Goble, of Hillsboro, graduated from Whiteoak High School. She plans to attend Northern Kentucky University and major in nursing.
Breanne Fender, the daughter of Deon and Alice Fender, of Hillsboro, graduated from Hillsboro High School. She plans to attend Shawnee State University and major in physical therapy.
Austin Hilt, the son of Mark and Maria Hilt, of Lynchburg, graduated from Lynchburg-Clay High School. He plans to attend Marietta College and major in actuarial science/mathematics.
Erin Kennedy, the daughter of Timothy and Jessica Hart, of Hillsboro, graduated from Whiteoak High School. She plans to attend Northern Kentucky University and major in nursing.
Garrett Spargur, the son of Samuel and Cammie Spargur, of Leesburg, graduated from Fairfield Local School. He plans to attend Ohio University and major in civil engineering.
Rachael Tracy, the daughter of Rodney and Lynette Tracy, of Hillsboro, graduated from the Hillsboro Christian Acadamy. She plans to attend Cedarville University and major in pre-law.
Submitted by Charlotte Branscome, credit manager, Rotary Forms Press, Inc.
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