GRASP (Greater Aspiration Scholarship Program) is a nonprofit that operates in over 100 high schools across Virginia and helps students navigate the process of funding their post-secondary education. This year, six MHS students received $1,000 scholarships to help fund their academic pursuits. Those students are: Marissa Espinosa, Camryn James, Nije'l Cook, Usman Kahn, R.G. Olea, and Tanaysia Blackstock.
Congratulations to these lucky scholarship recipients! And thank you to MHS GRASP advisor Kathy Carter for your work with our students!