Congratulations to our 2017 graduating seniors who earned college scholarships. Every year, community partners and individuals offer the best and brightest among our student body the chance to prove their merits and earn money towards their continued education. This year, 29 graduates from five of Henderson County’s high schools earned 31 scholarships totaling over $100,000 in value.

Kaitlyn Bennet – John P. Wold Scholarship
Sadie Bowen – Advocates for the Arts & Kyle Shirlin Memorial
Alexander Browning – Mickey Marvin Memorial
Ethan Burns – Morris Broadband Communication Scholarship
Kristopher Elrod – John P. Wold Scholarship
Christopher Fuge – Mickey Marvin Memorial
Nalleli Guido – Michael McDowell ROTC Memorial
Jaimie Jacoby – Advocates for the Arts & Morris Broadband Communication Scholarship
Emily Johnson – Connie & Ricky Sparks Memorial
Zachary Jones – Hunter Automotive Scholarship
Nathan King – John P. Wold Scholarship
Samuel Littauer – Morris Broadband Communication Scholarship
Claire Maybin – Dr. Don Jones Scholarship
Stephanie McCrary – Red & White Scholarship
Damian Murphy – Mickey Marvin Memorial
Natalie Olinger – Lisa Jo Mummert Memorial
Alex Jose Ramirez – Meredith Lauren Vaughn Memorial
Roman Rojas – Ruby Jones King Memorial
Jhon Salguero – Mickey Marvin Memorial
Alex Salvaggio – Red &  White Scholarship
Yesse Osornio Santiago –  Red & White Technical Scholarship
Elizabeth Serrano – Morris Broadband Communication Scholarship
Jennah Sekaz – Advocates for the Arts
Sam Staton – Marker Science Scholarship
Kole Thomas – Coach Rick Wood Scholarship
Gage Thompson – John P. Wold Scholarship
Maria Vera – Jones Family Scholarship
Hayden Whaley – Historic Johnson Farm Scholarship
Mackenna Williams – Hendersonville Lions Club Scholarship