Congratulations to the 2015 North Gwinnett Arts Association (NGAA) college scholarship winners: Ethan Koop and Jaylon Smith from Brookwood High School, and Mackenzie Lynn Ives from Grayson High School.
Each year, NGAA is proud to present three scholarships to college-bound high school students
planning to major in the field of visual arts. These three, talented students were awarded $1,500 towards their college education and pursuit of the arts.
The NGAA awards the Rosemary Benavides Williams Student Arts Scholarship (RBW Student Arts Scholarship) to college-bound high school graduates majoring or planning to major in the field of visual arts. Each applicant was judged primarily on artistic talent and/or potential, and the degree of interest and enthusiasm for the arts. Funds raised for the RBW Student Arts Scholarship come from our award-winning events: Suwanee Arts in the Park and Suwanee Classic Car Show.