Meredith announces top scholarships

May 19, 2013 

Meredith College in Raleigh has awarded some of its top scholarships to high school seniors in the Triangle.

Imani William of Cary has earned the Meredith Legacy Scholarship, a four-year full scholarship and the highest honor awarded to incoming freshmen. The scholarship also covers international study, leadership training, enrichment programs and mentoring. Imani attends Cary High School.

Noel Fox of Raleigh, a student at Wake Christian Academy, has earned Meredith’s Presidential Scholarship.

Among the finalists for Meredith’s top scholarships were Marayam Ahmed of Raleigh, who attends Athens Drive High School; Jordan Henderson of Wake Forest, a student at Franklin Academy; Ashle Mills-Page of Cary, who attends Cary Christian Academy; Brianna Oleson of Chapel Hill, a student at Camelot Academy in Durham; and Meagan Rosenberg of Cary, a student at Cary High School.

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