Over $500,000 in scholarships has been awarded to high school seniors since 1999. These scholarships are possible due to the generosity of numerous businesses and members of the community who wish to give back to the school district through a scholarship fund.

FY 2019 Recipients

RecipientHigh SchoolPost-Secondary School
Anna AndersonAllatoona High SchoolUniversity of Georgia
John BeaversAllatoona High SchoolGeorgia Institute of Technology
Brandon  Powell Campbell High SchoolUniversity of Pennsylvania Wharton Business School
Keyri  Trejo-RiveraCampbell High SchoolKennesaw State University
Greyson CorleyHarrison High SchoolPace University, New York City Campus
Mingfeng LiHarrison High SchoolUniversity of Georgia
Lily LuongHillgrove High SchoolGeorgia Institute of Technology
Carolina MeirelesHillgrove High SchoolUniversity of Georgia
Nick  CookKell High SchoolKennesaw State University 
Ryan  MoffattKell High SchoolKennesaw State University
Riley DudekKennesaw Mountain High SchoolUniversity of Georgia
Halli  WatsonKennesaw Mountain HS Yale University 
Elena MitchellLassiter High SchoolUniversity of Georgia
Jacqueline  TisdaleLassiter High SchoolGeorge Washington University 
Rachel LesterMcEachern High SchoolOglethorpe University 
Hamaya MilhouseMcEachern High SchoolHoward University
Harrison GlazeNorth Cobb High SchoolRhodes College
Brianna HewittNorth Cobb High School University of California Los Angeles 
Sarah JeffresPope High SchoolGeorgia Institute of Technology
Abbey WoodsPope High SchoolClemson University
Wambui KarobiaSouth Cobb High SchoolHoward University
Cole ThrasherSouth Cobb High SchoolUniversity of Georgia
Nalah Tann-WilsonSprayberry High SchoolJohnson and Wales University
Laura Lim SangSprayberry High SchoolKennesaw State University 
Claire DeCastroWalton High SchoolTexas Christian University
Katherine MittleiderWalton High SchoolGeorgia Highlands College 
Faemata JusuWheeler High SchoolAugusta University 
Vanessa LeonardoWheeler High SchoolUniversity of Notre Dame

If you would like to support Cobb students who are ready for their post-secondary experience, give here.