Kayla O'Mara Memorial Scholarship

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April 01, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Kayla O’Mara was an All-State runner at Goodrich High School from 2003 until 2006. She was a dedicated student, teammate, and friend. The Kayla O'Mara Memorial Scholarship was established to honor Kayla’s life, her commitment to academic excellence, her passion for running, and her dedication to her teammates. Kayla was a strong believer that high school students should not use drugs or alcohol. This award is intended for students who refrained from using drugs or alcohol during high school. For any student who used drugs or alcohol during high school, in honor of Kayla, please do not apply. Applicants must be a graduating senior from a Michigan High School entering their first year at an accredited college or university. All applicants must complete the application, write a letter explaining why you feel you are deserving of this award and the steps you have taken to achieve your full potential as a student, athlete, and/or teammate during high school and provide a letter of recommendation from one of your high school teachers or coaches as well as provide a copy of high school transcripts for at least your junior and senior years. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Erin O'Mara
  • PO Box 445
  • Brighton, MI 48116
  • erinomara2@gmail.com
  • 810-429-3991

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