Brooke Ashton Parker Scholarship

$2,500

April 13, 2020

Awards Available: 2

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Brooke Parker Foundation is meant to be a lasting tribute to Brooke who was killed in a head-on collision by a drunk driver on November 7, 2016. She lived a vibrant life and was a strong influence on those that knew and loved her. God was a daily part of her life and she lived her days with passion and joy. Brooke was an over-achiever and worked hard at athletics and scholastics and showed determination and grit often surpassing her natural given talents. She served proudly as an athletic trainer at Lubbock Cooper Schools. The awardee must maintain an average of 2.0 GPA per semester while taking a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester and must contact the Brooke Parker Foundation in the event of an extenuating circumstance that requires withdrawal from school. Applicants must be a resident of Texas in the West Texas or Panhandle Area to apply. The foundation will then decide if the scholarship shall be continued or forfeited. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1548 County Road 6
  • 1548 County Road 6
  • Wilson, TX 79381
  • brookeashtonparkerfoundation@gmail.com

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