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Scholarship Recipients

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2017 Recipient:
Caleb Wesley, Rockwall High School
Sophie Fouts, Waxahachie Global High School
Christopher Scaife, Bishop Lynch High School

2016 Recipient:
Matthew Yarbrough, Sachse High School

2015 Recipient:
Ellis Jones, Dematha Catholic High School

2011 Recipients:
Meagan Sergeant, Plano Senior High School
Mikala Allmon, Parkview Arts Science Magnet High School
Destiny Langley, Westlake High School

2010 Recipients:
Aliyah Khalid, L.V. Berkner High School
Sharonda McPhee, Fort Pierce Westwood High School
Conzuela Monroe, Richardson High School
Hunter Smith , Katy High School

2009 Recipients:
Princila Carrera, Seagoville High School
Danisha Malcolm, Garland High School
Celeste Rumphs, North Garland High School

2008 recipients:
Darannica Cuffie, Sachse High School
Victoria Doucet, Naaman Forest High School

2007 recipients were Maurice Dorsey, Sachse High School
Julia Little, Bishop Lynch High School
Tiffany Wilson, North Garland High School

2006 Recipients:
Warren Seay, Jr., Cedar Hill High School
Margaret Smith, All Saint’s Episcopal High School
Kristi Walton, Lincoln High School Humanities/Communications Magnet

2005 Recipients:
Erin Graham, Lincoln High School Humanities/Communications Magnet
Brandon Jay, Cedar Hill High School
Leticia Kelly, Naaman Forest High School
Clarissa Rumphs, North Garland High School

2004 Recipients:
Crystal Harper, Lake Highlands High School
Brian Irvin Chapman, of Justin F. Kimball High School

Teen Graffiti’s Education Scholarship was founded on the principle that today’s youth are tomorrow’s leaders. We believe that in order for youth to become strong leaders they must be comfortable with who they are, be well-rounded, possess a strong desire to make a difference in their community and be a positive influence for others. We further believe that involvement in community service and strong academics should be both encouraged and rewarded. With this in mind, through our scholarship, we provide financial assistance to graduating seniors who challenge themselves to be their best and reward them for their efforts. These scholarships are made possible through funds raised from annual fundraisers: Teen Graffiti’s Keepin’ It Real! Youth Empowerment Summit, “Backpacking for Education”, other Teen Graffiti/Teens Reaching Teens, Inc. events and private and individual contributions.

Students interested in applying for Teen Graffiti’s Educational Book Scholarships can review eligibility requirements, download application forms, and explore Teen Graffiti’s website at http://www.teengraffiti.com.

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