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Dayton Unit NAACP Scholarship Recipients 

 

LaVerne B. Gooding Scholarship  

2016 - Amari Alexys Smith (Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School)

2015 - Lilliana Strozier (Thurgood Marshall High School) 

2014 - Aliyah Renae Allen (Stivers School For The Arts) 

2013 - Kadijh N. Taylor (Thurgood Marshall High School) 

2012 – Ryan India Crofford (Stivers School For The Arts)

2011 – Shatoria Gullatte (Dunbar High School)

2010 – KaBrea D.S. Welch (Dunbar High School)

2009 – Tessa J. Terrell (Dayton Early College Academy (DECA))

2008 – Kia Ann Watkins (Dunbar High School)

2007 – Whitney M. Kennie (Thurgood Marshall High School)

2006 – Tiffany Wall (Colonel White High School)

 

Jessie O. Gooding Scholarship  

2016 - Brandy Dee Smith (Stivers School For The Arts) 

2015 - Ayman Bazar (Dayton Early College Academy (DECA)) 

2014 - Isaiah Javon Davis (Dunbar Early College High School) 

2013 - Nia Joi Dewberry (Stivers School For The Arts) 

2012 – Savannah Elicia Smith (Stivers School For The Arts) 

2011 – Marquise Crosby (Ponitz High School)

2010 – Nathan Ray Bass (Dunbar High School)

2009 – James Aaron Cleveland Edwards-Kenion (Stivers School For the Arts)

2008 – Carl A. Peterson (Dunbar High School)

2007 – Royce A. Edwards-Kenion (Stivers School For The Arts)

2006 – Ronald T. Hart-Brown (Patterson Career Center)

 

Miley O. Williamson Scholarship  

2016 - Queen J. Peters-Thornton (Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School)

2015 - Deirdre Johnson (Stivers School For The Arts) 

2014 - Iya M. Bazar (Dayton Early College Academy) 

2013 - Dominique Nicole Johnson (Stivers School For The Arts) 

2012 – Gearra T. Bronaugh (Thurgood Marshall High School) 

2011 – Takeisha Hankins (Thurgood Marshall High School)

2010 – Juanita Joylynn Tabb (Meadowdale High School)

2009 – Shirelle Ellise Garrett (Dunbar High School)

2008 – Angela Tiffany Ratliff (Trotwood Madison High School)

2007 – Adriene R. Fairbanks (Thurgood Marshall High School) 

2006 – Josh Stuart Lawrence (Trotwood Madison High School)

  

Derrick L. Foward Visionary Leadership Scholarship  

2016 - Terrance Dewann Auster, Jr. (Miami Valley CTC / Northmont High School)

2015 - Angela Brown (Centerville High School) 

2014 - Ryene Marie Smith (Stivers School For The Arts) 

2013 - Azrien Nathaniel Isaac (Stivers School For The Arts) 

2012 – Raquel Lynne Gonzalez (Stivers School For The Arts)

2011 – Brittany Jones-Newberry (Dayton Early Education Academy (DECA))

2010 – Edward Lee Melvin III (Stivers School For The Arts)

2009 – Olivia D. Wilson  (Meadowdale High School) - Inaugural

 

Speedway LLC Scholarship

2016 - Nadja R. Dewberry (Stivers School For The Arts) 

2015 - Andrea Nicole Taylor (Ponitz Career Technology Center)

 

Sam Melson and Esquire D. Mayberry Scholarship

2005 – Mycal Carr (Wayne High School)

 

Central State University Scholarship

2005 – Shawnte’ Benson (Stivers School For The Arts)

 

Benjamin H. Logan Scholarship

2005 – McKenzie Brook (Dunbar High School)

 

Jessie and LaVerne Gooding Scholarship

2005 – Ryan Jovan Williams (Dunbar High School)

2005 – Jasmine Renee Gaines (Colonel White High School)

 

 

  For Qualifications, Information and Forms Contact:

 

Mr. Willie A. Terrell, Jr.

Chairman, Scholarship Committee

1528 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Way

Dayton, Ohio 45402

Home (937)-258-8694

Office (937) 222-2172

Fax (937) 222-8984

 

Dayton Unit NAACP Scholarship Application Click Link Below:

 

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