College bound Audra Mosley, a graduating senior at Penn-Griffin School for the Arts, High Point, received the $1,500 Eberhart College Scholarship from The Enrichment Fund for the Guilford County Schools, Inc.
This fall, Mosley, 17, will attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to study biomedical engineering. At Penn-Griffin, she maintained a high academic record and was recognized as an Advanced Placement Scholar, while serving as head programmer for her robotics team as well as vice president of the school’s student government. Additionally, Mosley co-founded the Penn-Griffin’s Astronomy Club and served as a peer tutor while also holding a part-time job as an academic tutor. At the time of her high school graduation, she will have accumulated more than 400 service learning hours.
Penn-Griffin Principal Howard Stimpson recognized Mosley as the recipient of the Eberhart scholarship at the school’s annual awards ceremony.
An Enrichment Fund committee selected Mosley from two dozen impressive applicants for the annual scholarship named for Pete Eberhart, former superintendent, Guilford County Schools. Criteria for the scholarship includes academic achievement and promise, participation in extracurricular activities, community involvement, high character and financial need. The scholarship can be applied to tuition, room and board, books and supplies, or fees.