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Goizueta Foundation Awards High Meadows $300K Grant

Grant expands successful scholarship program for Hispanic Middle Years students.

High Meadows School in Roswell recently received its third grant from The Goizueta Foundation. This year the $300,000 award will create the Goizueta Foundation Scholars Fund, enabling High Meadows School to continue its transformative Hispanic scholarship program.

The fund will provide High Meadows School the flexibility and resources needed to expand its Hispanic outreach and student support programs. The school expects to continue focusing its Hispanic scholarship program on incoming 6th – 8th grade Middle Years students, but may direct some of these funds to deserving incoming students in lower grades.

The Goizueta Foundation Scholars Fund aligns well with High Meadows’ Hispanic scholarship program goals - to enhance diversity, cultural richness, and educational depth in the entire High Meadows community, and to positively impact the lives of its Hispanic scholarship students.

Helen Kemp June 15, 2012 at 03:54 PM
High Meadows is a wonderful school. Both of my girls attended from preschool through middle years. They loved it and we loved it as parents.

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