Through the generous donors who want to help students achieve a brighter future, scholarships continue to grow. The first named scholarship was established in 2011 and today we have seven named scholarships. The awards for these scholarships vary from $500 per year to 4 year scholarships at $1000 per year.
The Community Foundation is working to ensure that every child in East Alabama has an opportunity to further his/her education. Please see below the alphabetized listing of the Foundation’s scholarship funds and the primary contact information. For general inquires, you may contact Barbara Patton, President, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This scholarship is a one-time annual award in the amount of $2,000 and was established in 2018 by the friends and family of Johnny Adrian for a student at Auburn High School. Johnny passed away at age 43 after battling a brain tumor for 9 years. He was a native of Auburn, a graduate of AHS and Auburn University. He had a successful career in insurance, loved sports – in particular high school and recreational sports.
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This scholarship is an annual one-time awarded scholarship established in the memory of Kelleigh Meredith, a native of Opelika and a teacher at AHS, for students in the communities of East Alabama and, in particular, for graduates from Auburn, Beauregard, Smith Station or Opelika High School. Preference is given to a female student but is not the controlling factor. Usually, two $500 scholarships are awarded each year but the number and number and amount is determined in January.