Rose Park Scholarships Awarded to Students from Districts 17, 19

 Hillsboro graduate Rachel Roberts is recognized for being Rose Park full-time scholarship recipient with Councilwomen Erica Gilmore (right) and Sandra Moore (left).

Three Metro Nashville Public Schools high school graduates and incoming Belmont freshmen have received four-year scholarships to cover their tuition and fees at Belmont University as recipients of the Rose Park Scholarships. This fall Belmont will welcome Rose Park Scholarship recipients Rachel Roberts and Chelsea Hawkins of Hillsboro High School as well as Jasmine Conyers of Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet.


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