NKY Students Named Finalists for Anthony Munoz Scholarship Funds
Several Northern Kentucky students are finalists for the Anthony Munoz Foundation Straight A Scholarship.
The foundation received more than three-hundred nominations from 128 schools.
These finalists were nominated by counselors, coaches, and other school administrators
Mike’s Car Wash will donate over $40,000 in scholarships to support the initiative.
Each finalist will receive a $2,000 scholarship toward their college education. One overall male and one overall female Straight “A” Student of the Year will be chosen and awarded an additional $3,000 for a total of a $5,000 scholarship.
Nine male and nine female students are selected from local high schools. There are the Northern Kentucky finalists:
Amber Miller, Boone County High School
Kristen Robbins, Holy Cross District
Tyler Brown, Highlands High School
Joseph Kiely, Covington Catholic High School
Harrison Mabjish, St. Henry District
Anthony Muñoz, the former Cincinnati Bengal, and others recognize the finalists at the Hall of Fame Dinner on July 26 at the Manor House in Mason, Oh.