Winners are notified via postal mail with a certificate of their selection. They also get special invitations when Rose of Hope Foundation has family events and education immersion trips. In December, all monthly winners are entered in a drawing for a $50 gift card to further acknowledge the academic dedication and achievement of our Student Spotlight winners! One winner will win the gift card. Who will it be?
Announcement EXTRA EXTRA!!! Here are the 2014 Student Spotlight Winners and the 2015 current Student Spotlight Winners. Rose of Hope Foundation is happy to announce these wonderful students who are dedicated to their academics.
January 2014-Nailah Lange February 2014-Azania Billups March 2014-Amber Scott April 2014-Jae'sha Baul May 2014- Raven Holder June 2014- Azaria Mitchell July 2014- Jaylen Cole August 2014- Lauren Beckles September 2014- Anaiya Fields October 2014- Brashon Moreland November 2014- Malique Brown December 2014- Riley Molin January 2015- Matthew Relano February 2015- Allysha Nordyke March 2015- Bryon Todd April 2015- Eriell Webb (NEW!) May 2015- Emily Hunnicut (NEW!) June 2015- pending July 2015- pending
Will you be the NEXT winner who is dedicated to their academics?
Student Spotlight Winner HIGHLIGHTS
January 2014 Winner Nailah Lange
Nailah is not only the first winner of the Rose of Hope Foundation Student Spotlight series, but she also does a great job completing her homework and participating well in her class. Nailah loves reading and doing math. Keep up the good work!
October 2014 Winner Brashon Moreland
Brashon is an art student at Broad Ripple High School. He is dedicated to his academics by completing his homework and keeping his eyes focused on attending Butler University for college. He also enjoys playing football and reading books. Congratulations Brashon for being selected as the October 2014 Student Spotlight of the Month!
March 2015 Winner Bryon Todd
Bryon is a student at Indiana University where he excels in his academics. He is also a student worker at a residence center called Union Street Center. Bryon assists students that utilize the center desk. He always has a professional attitude and loves having fun with his colleagues. When Bryon graduates, everyone at Union Street Center is going to miss him.