Each winner served for at least three years in the Cleveland High Interact Club and presented exemplary records of service and academics.
Winning a $3,000 scholarship was Aimee Marie Murray. Aimee maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA throughout her high school career and was the winner of the Rotary District 6780 speech competition in 2010 and this year's District 6780 Fred Brown Scholarship.
Murray plans on entering a seven-year program at the University of Missouri to become a physical therapist and earn a master's degree in healthcare administration. Amy has been accepted into the University's SHARPS Scholar program ensuring her place in the School of Physical Therapy.
Winning a $1,500 scholarship was Suh-Hee (Becky) Han. Becky also maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA at Cleveland High School and was president of the Beta Club and vice president of the National Honor Society.
Becky will be attending Emory University, planning to enhance her opportunity to serve others through a legal or international degree. Becky was described in letters of recommendation from CHS teachers as being an "intellectual powerhouse and having a gregarious personality". Becky's older sister is also a student at Emory.
Winning a $1,000 scholarship was Briana KaShay Cooper. Briana was a member of the Interact Club for all four years at CHS and won the Jim Lacey Essay Contest at the District 6780 Interact Conference.
Briana will be attending the University of Tennessee in Knoxville to pursue her dream to become a pediatrician. Briana's passion for the field of medicine stems from her bout with pericarditis when she was eight years old. Her extreme determination in attaining her goal was reflected in her interview with the Literacy Committee. Briana has worked at SkyRidge Hospital and Peerless Pediatrics through her Clinical Internship class at Cleveland High.