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Fran Anderson Michigan PTA Scholarship
The Fran Anderson Michigan PTA Scholarship was created as a way to recognize high school seniors who have demonstrated leadership and advocacy skills through participation in PTA. A minimum of one $1,000 scholarship is awarded each year and additional scholarships and/or scholarships of varying amounts are awarded based on available funds.
Fran Anderson, past Michigan PTA President, always demonstrated the highest level of advocacy for all children and her leadership continues to have a positive impact on Michigan PTA. To honor her many years of being a champion for children, the scholarship was named in her honor.
Scholarship recipients are selected by a committee comprised of Michigan PTA Past Presidents based on the following criteria: PTA/PTSA involvement, essay, community service, additional activities, academics and letters of recommendation.
2016 Scholarship Recipients
Nicholas Luty - $1,000 Scholarship Recipient
Nick attends Harrison High School in Farmington Hills and plans to attend Central Michigan University in the fall.
Grace Tolen - $250 Scholarship Recipient
Grace attends Churchill High School in Livonia and will be attending Michigan State University in the fall.
Jennifer Cline - $250 Scholarship Recipient
Jennifer attends Stoney Creek High School in Rochester Hillsl.
Donate to the Fran Anderson Michigan PTA Scholarship Fund
Michigan PTA awards at minimum a $1,000 scholarship each year. Donations allow us to increase the number of scholarships awarded and/or the dollar amount of those scholarships.