Nashville ATHENA Scholarships for Traditional Students
The purpose of the Nashville ATHENA Scholarships for Traditional Students is to enable the recipient to continue her education to pursue her career ambition.
Two scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors who live in or attend schools located in Davidson and contiguous counties. The winning award will be for $5,000, with the runners-up receiving $2,500.
Scholarship recipients will be introduced on stage and awards presented at the ATHENA Award program at the Parthenon in Centennial Park in Nashville, Tennessee.
To be eligible for this award, applicant must:
- Be a graduating senior at an approved public or private high school located in Davidson and contiguous counties
- Have a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale and be in the top 25% of the graduating class.
- Be able to demonstrate need for financial aid or assistance.
For more information about this award, please visit our website.
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