16 Area Schools Will Each Receive a $1,000 Scholarship in 2022
Blog: Flooring America Scholarship Program:
We at Great Southeast Flooring America are committed to the community that has supported our business over the years. Since 2017, the Flooring America Scholarship Program has helped deserving college-bound seniors at Brevard County schools. We expanded the program in 2020 to include 16 area high schools and $16,000 in scholarship funds. It’s both an investment in our community’s future and a way of saying “thank you.”
Since setting up the program, we’ve met many outstanding young people who have received these awards, which total $61,000 to date. We look forward to meeting and helping many more.
Starting each February, students wishing to apply for a scholarship can apply online using the link below or speak with their Guidance Counselor.
THE APPLICATION PERIOD FOR 2023 SENIORS WILL OPEN FEBRUARY 1ST, 2023
How it works
Every year, Great Southeast Flooring America is awarding a $1,000 scholarship to one deserving student at each of these 16 Brevard County high schools:
Astronaut, Bayside, Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Eau Gallie, Edgewood, Heritage, Merritt Island, Melbourne, Palm Bay, Rockledge, Satellite, Space Coast, Titusville, Viera and West Shore.
To be considered for a scholarship, students must be in their senior year and on track to graduate that year. They must be enrolled in one of the 16 high schools listed above and planning to attend a four-year college or university for the following fall semester.
Students interested in earning a Great Southeast Flooring America scholarship should also be able to demonstrate traits such as high character, integrity, academic achievement, sportsmanship, citizenship, and leadership.
A 500-word essay on “How I Would Use the $1,000” is also required.
The deadline for submitting the application and essay is April 15.
Our Scholarship Program Through the Years
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Our recipients in 2021 were Aspen Delano of Astronaut High, Zyon Hayden of Bayside High, Kyle Loi of Cocoa Beach Jr./Sr. High, Kiona Cobb of Cocoa High, Jordan Giuliani of Eau Gallie High, Justin Cook of Edgewood Jr./Sr. High, Safia Motala of Heritage High, Josephine Mares of Melbourne High, Darin Myers of Merritt Island High, Abigail Perez of Palm Bay Magnet High, Jesus Delgado of Rockledge High, Madison Simpkins of Satellite High, Sarah Joyner of Space Coast Jr./Sr. High, Caleb Phillips of Titusville High, Natalie Dunn of Viera High, and Tyanna Jeter of West Shore Jr./Sr. High. Congratulations to these 16 outstanding individuals we were pleased to help.
We're looking forward to helping many more in the coming year. Maybe you.