Cobb Schools Foundation Announces 2010 Scholarship Recipients

edfound06_cmykThe Cobb Schools Foundation is pleased to announce the 2010 Foundation Scholarship recipients! The following individuals will each receive a $1,000 college scholarship to the institution of their choice. These students will be recognized at the Cobb County Board of Education meeting on Thursday, April 22.

Allatoona High – Brittany Alfieri & Samuel Ward
Campbell High – Nisha Raj Bhat & Sallie Lu
Harrison High – Elizabeth Bickley & Margaret Bickley
Hillgrove High – Zachary Siwik & Claire Wilkins
Kell High – Anya Skomorokhova & Hema Patel
Kennesaw Mt High – Jessica Wright & Corinne Coogan
Lassiter High – Zachary Morgan & Rebecca Bowden
McEachern High – Omorinsola Ashiru
North Cobb High – Caley Trujillo & Matthew Atkinson
Oakwood High – Shaniece Young
Osborne High – Maria Rios & Breyon Phillips
Pebblebrook High – Kori Burrell & Chandler Converse
Pope High – Yuqian Xie & Rebecca Pope
South Cobb High – Jessica York & Orayne Mullings
Sprayberry High – Sara Blevins & Robert Bailey, Jr.
Walton High – Abhijeeth Ramesh & Matthew Gotschall
Wheeler High – Taylor Revere & Pranay Udutha

Established in 1999, the Cobb County Public Schools Educational Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing enhanced educational opportunities to students & educators in Cobb County’s public schools and centers. Recognized as a supporting organization to the Cobb County School District, the Foundation is overseen by a Board of Trustees approved by the Board of Education. The Foundation works closely with community leaders from the public and private sector to secure financial support for a variety of programs that strengthen the quality of public education and build a partnership for education.