The NaphCare Charitable Foundation Awards Annual Scholarships for 2019-2020 School Year

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The NaphCare Charitable Foundation announced the award of 58 scholarships to deserving students across the U.S. for the 2019-2020 school year. The students selected were rising high school seniors and college freshman in schools in Alabama, Kentucky and Mississippi.

Rising college freshman were granted scholarships of $10,000 or $5,000 for the upcoming school year. Additionally, 25 rising high school seniors at Valley High School in Valley, Ala., were awarded scholarships to cover dual-enrollment classes at Southern Union Community College.

“We were so impressed with the talented students who applied this year,” said Deanna Newton, Executive Director of The NaphCare Charitable Foundation. “We wish them the best in their academic pursuits and will be cheering them on to success. They are all outstanding students who are poised to make an impact in their schools and communities.”

The NaphCare Charitable Foundation was established in 2011 to provide academic opportunities to high school students who demonstrate need and aptitude for success. Including this year’s recipients, the Foundation has awarded more than 200 scholarships exceeding $3 million.

Scholarship Award Winners:

Clements High School, Athens, Ala.

  • Cheyenne Leach
  • Chaela Redd

 Franklin County School System, Ala.

  • Anna Benford
  • Maria Estrada
  • Maggie Fowler
  • Brent Gonzalez
  • Anna Gunderman
  • Ethan Hall
  • Angelia Mims
  • Carson Petree
  • Joseph Reynolds
  • Maddie Riddle
  • Camie Terrell
  • Kyleigh Winstead

Randolph County High School, Wedowee, Ala.

  • Abby Huddleston
  • Emma Huddleston
  • Robert Kirby
  • Logan Stewart
  • Caleb White

 Valley High School, Valley, Ala.

  • Chloe Barnes
  • Kyndal Cole
  • Lindsey Doyal
  • Joshua Floyd
  • Ivey Gibson
  • DonReco Glaze
  • Alex Hernandez
  • Dakota Jones
  • Nunnie Langley
  • Ansley Strength

Vestavia Hills High School, Vestavia Hills, Ala. – Tommy Ward Memorial Scholarships

  • Kennedy Crane
  • Jay Cross
  • Elijah Gurner
  • Sophie Milling
  • Ronnie Rosales
  • Jacquelyn Stevens
  • Kevin Zheng

Bath County High School, Owingsville, Ky.

  • Talyn Alderman
  • Kevin Clark
  • Matthew Davis
  • Savannah Hamilton
  • Dalton Lewis
  • Matthew Meadows
  • Kylen Messer
  • James Otis
  • Nicholas Robinson
  • Logan Routt

Menifee County High School, Frenchburg, Ky.

  • Madison Back
  • Olivia Ballard
  • Kimberleigh Barker
  • Kirsten Harris
  • Daniel Henderson
  • Alison Johnson
  • Charlene LeBoeuf
  • Brittany McElroy
  • Sawyer Patrick
  • Maranda Williams

Northeast Lauderdale High School, Meridian, Miss. 

  • Carrie Baty

  

About NaphCare, Inc.

NaphCare, Inc., partners with city, county, state and federal correctional facilities nationwide to provide proactive, patient-focused healthcare to more than 125,000 patients. The company’s innovative approach to correctional healthcare includes designing and implementing evidence-based clinical programs to address the specific challenges of the corrections environment. NaphCare provides comprehensive medical and mental health care, pharmaceuticals, onsite dialysis, offsite management services and a corrections-specific electronic operating system and health record (EHR), TechCare®.

For more than 30 years, NaphCare has been devoted to partnering with correctional institutions to provide quality healthcare to a unique and diverse population. NaphCare is headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama. Additional information can be found on the company’s website: www.naphcare.com.

 

Release Date: 09/12/2019