November is National Scholarship Month, and while local students are hoping to cut down their college costs, Villages residents and organizations are doing their part to make sure those students have the financial means to chase their dreams after graduation. The golf tournament is just one of the most recent examples of Villagers coming together to support local students. And she is working to earn an associate degree through the school’s flagship dual-enrollment program, allowing her to earn college credit while still in high school. Then there’s the Buffalo Scholarship Foundation — a registered nonprofit whose sole purpose is helping VHS students earn financial support for college. Last year, Lake said, about 75 graduating Buffalo students earned more than a quarter-million dollars from local resident groups and organizations.
Source: Daily Sun November 14, 2017 12:56 UTC