35 Years of promoting educational achievement and excellence among students, faculty, staff and administrators in the Marietta City Schools MARIETTA SCHOOLS FOUNDATION 144 Polk Street Marietta, GA 30060 â€¢ 770-427-1012
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We are very pleased to present our very first news magazine from The Marietta Schools Foundation and The Alumni Society. And we are equally proud to publish this magazine on the 35th anniversary of the foundation! We’ve come a long way since 1983 when Superintendent Roy D. Nichols Jr. got together a group of citizens to form an endowment and raise money to benefit Marietta City Schools. One of the citizens involved was Neil Barfield who went on to become the Executive Director of the Foundation until 2014. The mission of the MSF has always been to promote education achievement and excellence among the students, faculty, and staff of MCS. Since its inception, and through Neil Barfield’s guidance, approximately $3.3 million has been used for everything from providing cab fares so parents can attend parent/teacher conferences, to perfect attendance awards for students, to paying out over $560,000 in scholarship money to over 200 students. In the early years of the MSF, the office was located at 1380 Wylie Drive in Marietta in what was then an antiques store and is now Milky’s Hair Salon. In 2003 the MSF finally got a home in the old Fire Station No. 3 at 144 Polk Street adjacent to the Marietta Middle School. Fire Station No. 3 was constructed in the summer of 1952 at a cost of $14,000, paid for out of a $30,000 bond issue, the remainder used to install a fire alarm system. When newer firetrucks became too large to squeeze into the fire-station, Marietta City Schools acquired the property as classroom and storage space for Marietta High School when it was located on Winn Street. Since that time, the Board of Education has leased out the building to the Foundation.
On August 19, 2007 the building was remodeled in the memory of Morgan & Ada McNeel and in memory of all the great teachers who have taught in Marietta for Generations.
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Did you Know? IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT WHAT THE MARIETTA SCHOOLS FOUNDATIONS DOES
The Marietta Schools Foundation was incorporated in June 1983 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) for the purpose of promoting educational excellence and achievement among the students, faculty, staff, and administration of the Marietta City Schools.
THE MSF DOES NOT TAKE ANY FEES FROM CONTRIBUTIONS! No administrative fees, no handling fees, no service charges. Nothing! Since 1983 100% of each donation goes toward each contributorâ€™s intended purpose.
The Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors who feel the best way to fulfill our purpose is to recognize and reward outstanding students and employees. In addition, we respond to the needs of the classroom teacher in order to provide them with the necessary tools to make them as proficient as possible.
In 2017 the MSF paid out over $50,000 in scholarship money, $17,000 in student funding, and $20,000 toward funded projects at MCS.
The MSF has 43 different endowments that, in addition to providing scholarships, go towards such purposes as the Marietta Performance Arts Center, the MCS Band Association, boys and girls basketball, the Culinary Arts Program at MHS, funding for students in need, the Student Life Center, and many more.
Outstanding students are recognized and rewarded with SCHOLARSHIPS provided by the foundation through several scholarship funds that have been endowed specifically for this purpose.
TEACHERS OF THE YEAR, representing each school in the district, are recognized and rewarded with cash awards.
SINCE 1983 THE MSF HAS PAID OUT OVER $3,300,000 IN SUPPORT OF MARIETTA CITY SCHOOLS.
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2018 CONTRIBUTORS AND SUPPORTERS
contributions as of August 16, 2018
Arcadis Design & Consultancy Chattahoochee Technical College Marietta Country Club Marietta Power & Water Marietta PTA Council Marietta High School Marietta Extra Inning Club Inc McKesson Corporation Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc Wells Fargo Woodland High Football Eleanor All Skip Anglin Martha Arnold Charles Bagby Thomas Banks D. Zack Barfield Neil Barfield Elizabeth and Cyril Bell Marcus Bennett Fred Bennett William and Jill Blake Jan and Warren Blodgett Lanier E. Boatwright Eugenia Bocian Melissa Bock Kirk Bradley Lee Broadhurst Kristen Brock Bernie Brown Annette Brown Charity Bryan Joyce Bryan Richard Burke Bruce D Burleigh Dan Buyers William Caddell Mary Lou Cagle Sammie Calder Susan Cameron-Polesnak Emma Jane Canup Beth and Michael Capogrossi Patricia Chilton Melodie Clayton Catherine Colton Rashetta Cook Jack and Ann Corn Melanie Crissey Dana Crissey John Crooks Buddy and Lillian Darden Kelley Davey Keith Davidson Clark Dorsey Clem and Mary Margaret Doyle Betty Sue DuBois William Dunaway Bill and Meredith Dykes James Ellis Katrina Everett Martha and Ken Farrar Leah Ferguson
Bertram Ferguson W. C. Field Teisha Fooster Jason Ford Thomas Foster Claire Francis Ben Franklin Ron Galloway Michael Gambaccini Lee Garrett Nancy Elizabeth Gentry Warren and Judy Gordon Cappy D. Gratwick Lucy Greene Wally Gresh Kimberly Gresh Allison Gruehn Lee Hager M. Felton Hagood Steve Hansen Carolyn Hardwick Doug Haynie Martha Hudgins Healy Michael Henderson Gary Hill Harris Hines Tommie Holton Wm. Howard Clara Howell John Howland Geraldine Humphries Christine Smith Hunt Vickie Hunt David and Nancy Hunter Garrett Hunter Timothy Hutchins Jeffrey Jaeger Edward Johnson Kelly Johnson Gary Jones Whitley Kelley Kathryn Kelly Patty Kendrick Shea Konigsmark Howard Lawrence Bob Lawrence Emily Lembeck Bob and Laura Lewis Janice Lipscomb Richard Little A. D. Little Cheryl Love Larry Lowman Nell Lynch Nancy MacPherson Alysia Madison Hicks Malonson Joseph Mann Linton Mann Elizabeth Manning Dan and Jeanine Marlow Jennifer Mastin
Beverly McAfee David McCampbell Phyllis and Haydn McLean James and Kerri Merriman Anna Merriman Ken and Dixie Minor Mary Moon Karla Moore Nancy Morrison Judy Morrison Jill Mutimer Jean Mutimer Patricia Natalino Anna Norris Guy Northcutt, Kevin Osoinach Kathy Owens Peggy Padgett Jo Ellen Page Theo Park Joyce Parker Jacqueline Payne Brenda Peters Joe and Julie Phillips Jennifer Prange Jim Pressley William Rainey Douglas Randall Allyson Ray Joyce Reece Thad and Susan Riddle Andy Riddle Wilma Robinson Bill Rohner Michael Rohner H. Philip Sachs Robert Sams David and Beth Scott Joyce Self Betty Sheldon Marie Sherbondy Bob Smith William Smith Jim Speed Hugh and Juanita Stedman Mike Stoddard Robert and Stella Sudderth Nancy and Charles Swanson Judy and Steve Talbot Helen Tapp John Tate Peggy Turner Melanie Valentine Debbie and Pete Waldrep C. Woody Waters Charles and Gwen Waters Becky Wood Lindy Suhr Wyche Gretchen Young Martha Young
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Our Wonderful Marietta City Schools EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTORS contributions as of August 16, 2018 Jose Alfaro Ana Allen Rosamari Amezaga Robin Anderson Ashley Bagwell Arlene Barrow Michele Bealing-Sayles Kristen Beaudin Allison Bebout Patricia Belton Oscar Bennett Audrey Bennett Virginia Berzanske Betty Blessing Pamela Booker Kathryn Boughner Greg Boughton Howard Brooking Timothy Brown Rachel Brown-Miller Aimee Bryant Helen Bryant Megan Buchholz Margaret Burgess-Wright Michelle Burns Lisa Cabrera Velisa Caldwell Tommy Carthers Lakeasha Clark-Mcghee Amanda Cobb Kimberlye Cole Beverly Comer Delight Corbin Joanna Cox Lisa Cox Amy Crandall Elizabeth Curry Monique Davis Summer Davis Kibbie Dejarnett Leslie Delach Amy Dillon Susan Donlin Nancy Donnelly Belinda Drumgo Demeterus Duncan Marsha Durham Maegan Dwelley Danny Echols Joyce Ellsworth L. Fahey Terry Fant Pearlie Farland-Massey Chad Felix Claudia Fenno
Katie Fitzgerald Susan Flanagin Madeleine Follrath Teisha Fooster Matthew Forrester Andrea Francis Erin Franklin Christina Fullard-Brown Mary Gagliardi Shvilla Gaines Christine Galpin Sterling Garner-Martinez Joshua Gazaway Luke Godleski Susan Graves Teresa Green Kristen Green Tanya Griggs Kayce Grogan Christina Grubbs Brian Grundmeyer James Guthrie Paul Hall Shenika Hammond Kristina Hanfland Aracelis Hartley-Lewis Patricia Hattersley Laila Hawkins Janet Haywood Carrie Hedrick Denise Herman Jennifer Hernandez Kelly Herrero Graciela Herrero Catherine Hettrich Dayton Hibbs Sandra Hodges Barbara Hoffman Lafia Holloway Cheryl Holman Lela Horne Jillian Horsey Kara Householder Nicholas Houstoulakis Elizabeth Huff Katherine Hughes Christina Hunt Miriam Hyppolite Justina Ingram Anita Jackson Mary Jackson Angela Jacobs Kimberly Janz Idris Johnson Pamela Johnson
Stormi Johnson Grace Johnson Jennifer Jordan Kappy Kelly Melody Lady Latasha Lampkin Corey Lawson Tere'Sha Lawson Adrienne Lemoine Kim Littlejohn Toni Lujan-Greene Stephany Lyons Leanne Macleod George Maczko Diana Malone Lisa Mangum Sherral Mann Marlene Martin Matthew Mattice Mary Mayer Erin Maziek-Babb Diona Mcintire Allison Mcmahon Tezella Mcqueen Paula Mcvicker Jason Meade Robert Meaders Benita Miner Jaimie Moe Amanda Montgomery April Moody Martha Moore Edith Nakiyingi Misty Neidig Kristina Nesbitt Chiazor Nwabude Emmie O'Sullivan Emily Ovalle Bambi Papp Tricia Patterson Valerie Paul Brenda Peters Daniela Petrova Angela Pezzella Audrey Phillips Robert Pinto Elizabeth Powell Jodie Price Ann Radding Carrie Rainey Yolanda Reese Caroline Reeser Elaine Reisenauer Jennifer Riordan Rona Roberts
Tynisa Robinson Phillip Rogers Amanda Rudolph Bernadine Russek Adam Russell Caroline Russell Michael Sanders Mardy Schicker Andrea Shelton Marie Sherbondy Beth Silvey Nina Small Tara Smith Julie Smith Nicholas Smith Holly Smith Glenda Smith-Williams Laurie Sonshein Noura Soued Tamara Speaks Kenneth Sprague Kathryn Staphylaris Abbie Stevenson Susanna Stewart Lisa Stokes Kathryn Swallow Reginald Tahet Andrea Tannehill Vilma Thomas Yvette Thomas Miriam Thompson Valerie Trotter Linda Turner Carla Tutson Barbara Udall Shawn Underwood Sharetta Vasquez Jessica Vaughn Susan Veldman Carine Venzen Mary Wallace Victoria Ware Jamie Watson Anne Watts Cynthia Westlake Kimberly Wheeler Mary White Martha Williams Melanie Wilson Sandra Wilson Teresa Winters Debra Woolard
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REUNION TIME If you are planning a high school reunion, you have a big and important job! We are here to help make this task just a bit easier. We have several documents to help you get the class together again, such as a reunion checklist to get your started, suggested Marietta area vendors (venue, photographers, caterers, entertainment) and tips for using Facebook to publicize and connect! Don’t forget to contact us for your class list! We can also help publicize your event and connect you to lost alumni through our social media pages! The MHS Alumni House is a perfect place to meet with classmates and plan every detail for a perfect reunion. We are happy to share details from previous successful reunions, as well as a large conference room available to accommodate your Reunion Committee. Don’t put it off – get started today!!
2019 Reunions All classes ending in 4 and 9 should be planning a reunion in 2019!
1939 — 80th reunion 1944 — 75th reunion 1949 — 70th reunion 1954 — 65th reunion 1959 — 60th reunion 1964 — 55th reunion 1969 — 50th reunion 1974 — 45th reunion 1979 — 40th reunion 1984 — 35th reunion 1989 — 30th reunion 1994 — 25th reunion 1999 — 20th reunion 2004 — 15th reunion 2009 —10th reunion 2014 — 5th reunion
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alumni updates Rosemary Pearson-Clarke Class of 2011 When I was asked to write about my experience as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Botswana, I thought it would be a breeze; however, I find myself struggling to adequately summarize the past two years of my life. After graduating from Marietta High School in 2011, I completed my BS and MPH in Environmental Health Science at the University of Georgia. I worked for a year in environmental health emergency management, during which time, I was accepted to serve as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Botswana. My reasons for joining Peace Corps are many and complex, but I was drawn to the idea of getting to live, learn, and just be in another culture while doing public health work at the grassroots level. As a Civil Society Health Capacity Building Volunteer, my role is to provide organizational and programmatic support to two community-based non-profits that address some of the key drivers of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Botswana. My day-to-day varies wildlyâ€”from working side-byside with local staff to improve organizationsâ€™ financial management and strategic planning, to co-facilitating workshops for community leaders on gender-based violence and substance abuse, to co-leading youth clubs that use environmental topics to empower students with healthy communication and leadership skills. I will also be extending my service for a third year to support a non-profit that addresses food security issues through the implementation of conservation agriculture, permaculture, and agroforestry. However, these resume-like descriptions do not adequately capture my experience in Botswana. It has been the daily interactions with my Batswana friends and co-workers, the new perspective on life that I have gained, and the cultural exchanges I have been privileged to take part in that have been the most meaningful part of my time as a volunteer.
Rosemary Pearson-Clarke with her counterpart, Abigail Chalebgwa, from Batswana Against Drunk Driving. Pearson-Clarke has been supporting her work to address the link between HIV/AIDS, gender based violence, and alcohol abuse
jessica Gamble Class of 2011
Jessica Gamble graduated Marietta High School in 2011. Jessica participated in the culinary program at MHS and went to culinary school directly after graduation. She is currently the Chef de Cuisine for KR Steakbar in Buckhead, a Kevin Rathbun restaurant. Three years ago she became the youngest and first female Chef de Cuisine for the entire company. She is in charge of managing the restaurant, creating the menu, and participating in charity events that benefit the community. She is greatly looking forward to continuing in the culinary industry and making an impact for future young chefs. The Marietta Schools Foundation now offers a new culinary arts scholarship to help support talented students like Jessica further their culinary education.
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PRESERVING THE PAST The Marietta Schools Foundation is embarking on a preservation project to preserve, restore, and digitize our inventory of MHS Olympians going back to the very first published in 1917. Our goal is to digitally archive every Olympian so they are available to the public on our website. We maintain a complete set of all Olympians from 1917 to present in our Alumni House office on Polk Street. We also take donations of old copies of the Olympians too. Visitors are always welcome to drop by to view and explore the rich history of MHS.
SUPPORTING THE ARTS The Marietta Schools Foundation is a strong supporter of the Marietta Performance Arts Center. In July of 2018 we donated $25,000 to MPAC for the purchase of new microphones and audio mixer equipment. Such a donation could not have been possible without the support of generous MSF donors who established the MSF MPAC Endowment in Friday, Nov.16, 2018 at 7:30 pm July 2011 to promote and support this wonderful Marietta Performing Arts Center addition to the City of Marietta. Donors bought www.marietta-city.org/mpac seats in honor of friends and familyâ€”their names engraved on a gold plaque attached to the back of their chosen seat. To date over 200 honorary seats have been donated to the MPAC Endowment. If you are a friend of the arts and would like to contribute your support to the MPAC Endowment through the purchase of a $500 seat in honor of a friend or family member, please contact Joe Kinstle at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 770-427-1012.
Did you Know? WHAT ARE SOME OF THE PROJECTS MSF FUNDS AND SUPPORTS? NEW TRADITIONS When Marietta Middle School started a new tradition for 8th graders to walk from MMS to symbolize their transition to 9th grade, MSF supported the event with t-shirts for students to commemorate the inaugural MMS Honor Walk.
Fisher Kelly makes the walk from MMS to MHS
BLUE DEVIL FAN FEST Marietta Schools Foundation sponsored the first of a new pregame tradtion at Northcutt. Blue Devil Fan Fest is designed to the make the game experience more family friendly with activities for kids including inflatables, face painting, and food. The first event was a big success with lots of fun for kids.
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Healthcare needs MHS Healthcare Science teachers/Athletic Trainers donâ€™t merely provide support on the field. Jeff Hopp and his team provided the administration and coaches with CPR, AED, and Stop the Bleed training during pre-planning. It is a district wide effort to faciliate safer schools through focused training and new equipment. The Marietta Schools Foundation purchased new Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) and Stop-The-Bleed kits for the high school.
MSF: 35 years REMEMBERING THE ALUMNI SOCIETY AND THE MARIETTA SCHOOLS FOUNDATION WITH A PLANNED GIFT
You can use the sample copy on the right to add a general or designated bequest to the one of our 41 endowments, including the Alumni Society. Your estate planner can also provide you with an additional copy for your specific needs.
We are always humbled when we learn of a person leaving a bequest to the Alumni Society or the Marietta Schools Foundation in their will. Graduates of Marietta High School have traveled and lived widely in the world, but even after many years, Marietta City Schools still holds a special place in their hearts.
Bequests are just one way to make a planned gift.
Planned gifts provide you with the opportunity to create a lasting legacy and continue the mission of the Alumni Society and The Marietta Schools Foundation to avidly support the students, educators, and staff of Marietta City Schools. Bequests are just one way of making a planned gift. Gifts can be unrestricted or designated to a program or endowment that was close to a donor’s heart. Gifts can have an instant impact on the Foundation and the school system. In addition to the Alumni Society Endowment, the Marietta Schools Foundation has 40 other endowments that are designated toward scholarships, Mentoring for Leadership, the Student Life Center, the Marietta Performance Arts Center, the Marietta City Schools Band Association, to name just a few. (See the complete list of endowments below.) The more these endowments grow, the more they pay out to Marietta City Schools. It’s important to know that the Marietta Schools Foundation is very special in many ways, but foremost is that we do not charge fees or take away any money from gifts or contributions at all. No service fees. No transaction fees. No handling fees. Nothing. One hundred percent of all contributions go toward the donor’s intended purpose.
There are also many options for you to provide a planned gift. IRA CHARITABLE ROLLOVER The IRA charitable rollover allows taxpayers aged 70 1/2 or older to donate up to $100,000 from their individual retirement accounts (IRAs) directly to charitable nonprofits. The advantage is that the amount given to charity is not included in your income; it effectively gives you a tax deduction. This amount can also be put towards your annual required minimum distributions. LIFE INSURANCE POLICY You purchase a life insurance policy of any amount and name the Alumni Society or one of the other endowments as the beneficiary. Upon death, the organization will receive the full benefit of the policy. GIFTS OF STOCK OR SECURITIES Gifts of stock or securities can be made at any time to the Foundation. Transfers can be made directly into our brokerage account. Donating stock to a charitable organization allows you to avoid paying capital gains on that stock, plus the amount of the stock transfer will qualify for a charitable deduction. GIFTS OF REAL ESTATE You can choose to donate real estate to the Foundation. You receive the value of the land as a charitable contribution. The Marietta Schools Foundation is here to provide general information on planned gifts, but you will want to work directly with a certified financial planner or estate attorney for specific advice on your needs.
SUGGESTED WORDING FOR YOUR BEQUESTS TO THE MARIETTA SCHOOLS FOUNDATION A Bequest for General Purpose I give ($______) or (_____%) of my disposable estate to be used for the benefit of the (Choose One or More endowment(s) from the list below, at The Marietta Schools Foundation, Marietta, Georgia.) A Residuary Bequest of Indefinite Amount After payment of my expenses, debts, and specific bequests, I direct that the residue of my estate is to be distributed in this manner. (______%) to be used for the benefit of (insert “The Marietta Schools Foundation” and choose the specific endowment(s) from the list below.) A Contingent Specific Amount I bequest to The Marietta Schools Foundation (choosing a specific endowment from the list) in Marietta, Georgia any part of my estate that other beneficiaries are unable to receive because of death or other reasons. A Contingent Bequest in the Event of Common Disaster Befalling the Entire Family: Stipulating that in the event of such circumstances, all or part of your estate is to be given to (specify the particular endowment) at The Marietta Schools Foundation, Marietta, Georgia.
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ENDOWMENTS ENDOWMENT NAME
A.L. Burruss Elementary
Adeline D’Amelio Scholarship
Scholarship for Nursing or Health Related
Alexis Grubbs Memorial Scholarship
Scholarship for Law or Law Enforcement
Funded Projects for MCS
MHS Boys Baseball
Ben Wilkins Scholarship
“Be Somebody” Scholarship
Betty J. Williams
MHS Girls Basketball
Beverly McAfee Mentoring
Mentoring for Leadership
Boyd McKeown MCS Band Association
MCS Band Association
Burruss Family FCA
Fellowship Of Christian Athletes
MHS Boys Basketball
Cheryl Love Scholarship
Scholarship for those studing Education
Coach James “Friday” Richards Endowment
Scholarship for MHS Graduates
Culinary Arts Scholarship
Culinary Arts Scholarship
MHS Football / Wrestling
Diversified Cooperative Training Fund
DCT Department MHS
Doug Holder Teacher of the Year
MCS TOTY Cash Awards
Elizabeth Marsden Jahger
MCS Music Department
Emily Lembeck Literacy
MCS Literacy Programs And Support
Employees of MCS
School Awards Program
Friends of Brumby Hall Scholarship
Scholarship for Student Studying History or Education
Jolley Alumni House
MCS History Museum / MSF Office
Les Williams Golf
MHS Golf Team
Marietta Performance Arts Center
MPAC Operating Expenses
MSF Administrative Expenses
Meaders Family Fund
To be specified
Mr. & Miss MHS
MHS Mr. & Miss MHS Cash Award
Scholarsip to be specified
Neil Bonds Fund
To be specified
Paula Matthews Ellis
Graduate Marietta Student Success Center
Ralph Moor Personal Finance
MHS Personal Finance Class
MHS Math Department
Romeo Hudgins Scholarship
Scholarships / Chattahoochee Tech
Romeo Hudgins Vo-Tech
MHS Vo-Tech Department
Rose Wing West Side Elementary
West Side Elementary
Scott D. Barton Memorial Scholarship
Scholarship for MHS or FPC students
Terry Lee Williams Star Student
MHS Star Student Award
Principals Support Fund
Vickie and Bill Poston
To be specified
W. C. Field
MHS Track & Field
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ALEXIS GRUBBS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR ADVANCED EDUCATION RECIPIENTS SCHOOL Jazma Parker - 2017 Walden University Peter Lipsett - 1999 Davidson College Shivani Patel - 2017 University of GA School of Law Eleanor Morrison - 2000 UGA Cassiday Flood - 2018 University of Notre Dame Law School Linton Mann Iii - 2001 Duke University TOTAL $10,000 Ivan Soto - 2001 Chattahoochee Tech Kathryn Pfeiffer - 2002 Davidson College SCOTT BARTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Danielle Davis - 2002 Georgia State University Year Name School Troy Clark - 2003 Freed-Hardeman University 1996 Robert S. Hay Auburn Lauren Freedman - 2003 University of Nort Carloina 1997 Melissa L. Walker Samford Carlos Rodriguez - 2003 UGA 1998 Stephen M. Mcclure Wake Forest Jesse Maddox, Iii-2004 Brown University Jazma Parker-2004 State University of West Georgia 1999 Natalie B. Smith UGA Micah Moon-2004 Moorehouse College 2000 Rebecca Stickel Davidson Cortney Anderton-2005 Georgia Southern University 2001 Jennifer E. Pratt Samford Mahja Zeon-2005 Valdosta State University 2002 Andrew C. Pearson UGA Avanti Dorsey-2006 Howard University 2003 Anne Marie Jones Georgia Tech Brittany Hall-2006 UGA 2004 Katie Morris Vanderbilt Ashley Burton 2007 Georgia College 2005 Meghan M. Follrath UGA Evan Woolard-2007 Georgia Tech 2006 Bonnie Beasley UGA Thoung (Lily) Dinh- 2008 Stanford University 2007 Patrick Nelson UNC Jillian Noel Pilch - 2008 Agnes Scott College 2008 Kevin Adkisson Yale Maria P. Simeonova -2008 UGA 2009 Daniel Geiger UGA Nicole Alexander - 2009 John Jay College of Criminal Justice 2010 David Macpherson Georgia Tech Brandi Strickland - 2009 Georgia Tech 2011 Chloe Couvrette KSU Jordan Kazlow - 2009 Vanderbilt University Kionna Bostick - 2009 Benedict College 2012 Ally Chastain UGA Ndye Secka - 2010 Valdosta State University 2013 Anna Suhr SCAD Marren Taylor - 2010 Jacksonville State University 2014 John Alex Fike Florida State Collis Clark - 2011 Lenoir-Rhyne University 2015 Kat Mangiante UGA Ciera Echols - 2011 Duke University 2016 Sarah Morrissey Georgia Tech Ralexus Shaw - 2011 Georgia Gwinnett College 2017 Jennifer Macpherson Georgia Tech Alexandra Kinstle - 2012 University of Virginia 2017 Jachike Ndubuisi Duke Morgan Raines - 2012 Jacksonville State University 2018 Callie Anderson Georgia Tech Alex Christensen - 2012 Jacksonville State University TOTAL: $132,000 Natasha Walker - 2012 Auburn University Tianna Quiller - 2012 Mississippi State/GA Southern ADELINE D’AMELIO SCHOLARSHIP FUND Kenya Donelson - 2012 Middle Georgia College Year Name School Sarah Moore - 2013 Kennesaw State University 2002 Hayley Adkisson Georgia College & State Univ. Shivani Patel - 2013 University of Georgia 2003 Jacqueline Pilch Furman Jake Bagwell - 2013 Troy University 2004 Sara Marie Schreiber UGA Malachi-Chaim Robinson - 2013 Kennesaw State University 2005 Candice Crawford Tatiana Jackson - 2013 Fortis 2007 Katelyn Nichols Asbury College Keasia Jones - 2014 Fort Valley State University 2008 Lindsey Echols Clemson Cassidy Flood - 2014 University of Georgia Mackenzie Roux - 2014 Georgia College & State University 2009 Cynthia Esumei West Georgia Patrick Sherman - 2014 Kennesaw State University 2010 Rhia Smith Tuskegee University Sarah Dickerson - 2014 Johnson & Wales 2011 MarQuenda Sanders UGA Elizabeth Osoinach - 2015 Georgia College & State University 2012 Jaqueline Eno Kennesaw State University Jessie Bee - 2015 Campbell University 2013 Rhonda Friedman Armstong Atlantic State Univ. Jessica Mandel - 2015 Pepperdine University 2014 Raigon Wilson Howard University Ellen Robertson - 2015 Alabama 2015 Leslie Page Georgia Southern University Zhan’e Link - 2015 Georgia Highlands College 2016 Ruhdeep Randhawa UGA Erika Chukwura - 2016 Valdosta State University 2017 Sedia Beyslow UGA Brian Jordan - 2016 Savannah State University 2018 Amy Atkinson TBD Ciarra Malone - 2016 KSU TOTAL $8,000 Nyla Horne (PLC) - 2016 CTC Asia Hypsher - 2017 MIT CHERYL LOVE SCHOLARSHIP FUND Isaac Konigsmark- 2017 University of Georgia Year Name School Matthew Maldonado - 2017 Georgia Tech 2011 Anissa Williams Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Elizabeth Poland- 2017 University of Georgia 2012 Jackie Ellis GCSU Gianni Whiteside - 2017 Howard University 2013 Kylie Guckian Auburn University Anderson, Callie - 2018 Georgia Tech 2014 Claire Dodd UGA Levine, Andrew - 2018 TBD 2015 Cierra Young FSU Serrano, Rashel - 2018 TBD Steele, John (Jack) - 2018 Alabama 2016 Molly Baker UGA TOTAL $267,000 2017 Caleb Comer UGA 2017 Lisa Neary UGA 2018 Cassandra Ellis TBD 2018 Theresa Fenton Marian University TOTAL $10,000
MSF: 35 years BEN T. WILKINS SCHOLARSHIP Year Name School 1986 Benjamin D. Brooks Mercer 1986 Donna Faye Deitz Georgia Tech 1986 Alec H. Waugh KSU 1987 Charles Bobo Georgia Tech 1987 Nicole Young Furman 1988 Denise A. Brown Howard 1989 Joseph M. Moody PC 1990 Eric Clayton Bethune Cookman 1990 Liet Tran Georgia Tech 1991 Daniel Ryan Georgia Tech 1991 Daka Henson Agnes Scott 1992 Sharon D. Miller Florida A&M 1993 Joseph Pressley UGA 1994 Asha Patel KSU 1994 Angel Tripp Furman University 1995 Jabari Martin Georgia Tech 1995 Jeremy Schmidt Univ Of CA/Berkley 1995 Carol Wangeci Valdosta State 1996 David Loeffel Georgia Tech 1996 Courtney Mccrae Georgia Southern 1996 Tyran Steward Morehouse College 1997 Julisa Espinoza Duke 1997 Mitchell M. Hunter Samford Univ 1997 Tanya Ann Lancaster Spelman College 1997 Amber Lynn Thomas KSU 1998 Yolanda Cooper GA Southern 1998 Kelly Cornett UGA 1998 Som Kharazmi Columbia 1999 Jennifer Clark Spelman 1999 Cyril Cordor Michigan 1999 Dora Gocheski Univ Chicago 2000 Sequoiya Franks Tennessee State 2000 Callie Grozier UGA 2000 Justin Morley Missouri Valley 2001 Tiffany Turner Georgia Tech 2002 Jasmine Burke KSU 2003 Brittany Gober UGA 2004 Andraya Johnson Spelman 2005 Sharonda Cowins Albany State 2006 Lindsay R. Barbour Ga College & KSU 2007 Sarah C. Mills UGA 2008 Laken Rush North Carolina 2009 Catherine Tolar Georgia Tech 2010 Jaron Q. Adams Tennessee State 2011 Brigham Mills UGA 2012 Kardell Gaines NCA & TSU 2013 Dionte Steward UGA 2014 Jonah Landa University Of Kentucky 2015 Morgan Guthrie UGA 2016 Ciarra Malone KSU 2017 Asia Hypsher MIT 2018 Hope Hicks TBD 2018 Peyton Wilson George Washington Univ. 2018 Trevon Burkhead TBD TOTAL $95,000
MHS SCHOLARSHIPS The Marietta Schools Foundation has paid out over $2,000,000.00 from scholarships and endowments through our ever expanding commitment to promoting educational achievement and excellence, as evidenced by our MCS and alumni accomplishments. Scholarships funded through the Marietta Schools Foundation are listed below. SCOTT D. BARTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Awarded to MHS graduate and/or any member of First Presbyterian Church or its Youth Groups. Criteria for selection include essay, church activities, good moral character, variety of interests, high SAT score. ALEXIS GRUBBS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Awarded to MHS graduate who intends to pursue a career in some aspect of the legal field. Recipients shall be bright, compassionate, wholesome, respectful, courteous, unselfish, family oriented and focused. BEN T. WILKINS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Awarded to MHS graduate who best exemplify the spirit of “Be Somebody”. Characteristics sought will be leadership, scholastic promise, and financial need.
ADELINE H. D’AMELIO SCHOLARSHIP Awarded to MHS graduates who are interested in pursuing a career in nursing or other areas of the medical profession. Recipient must possess strong academics, leadership, and community service. CHERYL LOVE EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP First awarded in 2011, this scholarship is awarded to a four-year student at Marietta High School committed to becoming an educator. ROMEO HUDGINS VO-TECH Scholarship Awarded to a student for Vocational Education support at Chattahoochee Technical College
COACH JAMES “FRIDAY” RICHARDS Scholarship This is our newest scholarship to honor the legacy of Coach Friday who started as a water boy, became a star player on the field and then went on to be a legendary Marietta head football coach for 15 years. CULINARY ARTS SCHOLARSHIP Awarded to a student interested in post-secondary study in Culinary Arts. THE FRIENDS OF BRUMBY HALL SCHOLARSHIP Given to support a student interested in studying history of teaching.
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