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2017 marks the celebration of the 43rd Edition of The Charlotte Post’s Top Seniors Magazine.

Join The Charlotte Post Foundation, in conjunction with Charlotte - Mecklenburg Schools and Charlotte Area Independent Schools, as we honor the academic achievements of top performing, African-American high school seniors throughout Mecklenburg County.

 

The Top Senior Scholarship Program dates back to 1976.

Past 8-Year Scholarship Recipients:

     
 
     
2016 Kelsey Mitchell  Bryana Polk  
   Mallard Creek High School  East Mecklenburg High School 
     
2015 Mia Smith Dierdre Austin
  West Charlotte High School Independence High School
     
2014 Thea Scott Brianna Hardeo
  Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology Cato Middle College High School
     
2013  Jada Wiggleton-Little Julia Whitfield
  Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology Mallard Creek High School 
     
2012 Porsha Tate Destiny Planter
  Olympic: Biotechnology, Health & Public Administration West Charlotte High School
     
2011  Wiley Davis III Chanel Carter-Harris
  Providence High School Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology 
     
2010  Wesley Brown Sheila Doku
  Providence High School  Myers Park High School
     
2009  Jenay Powell  Hubert Humphrey
  Charlotte Latin School Myers Park High School 
 

 

 

 

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