Pictured from left:

Pam Collins, Sea Notes Scholarship Chair, Luci Tramposch, Natalie Flow, and Jim Nelson, Sea Notes President.

This year two graduates  received our Sea Notes Scholarships, Luci Tramposch and Natalie Flow

Natalie Flow is a graduate of South Brunswick High School with a weighted GPA of 5.0. She fell in love with everything related to music in elementary school. She participated in musical theater and summer program, Camp Broadway and has been in at least one Little Theater production every year. She was very active in school band, including concert band, marching band, honors band, drumline, and color guard. Natalie plays the flute and piccolo and was drum major as a senior. She will be attending UNC Chapel Hill majoring in biochemistry with a future goal of fighting epidemics that plague the world.

 

Luci Tramposch is a graduate of Early College High School and was valedictorian of her class. She will be starting college with 64 credits and  will be studying as a double major in biology and the performing arts. Her personal goal is to start a musical theater program for at-risk teens and tweens to increase their knowledge of theater, promote self-confidence and foster the creations of friendships. Luci’s professional goal is to become a cardio thoracic surgeon. She also will be attending UNC Chapel Hill.

 

The winner for 2015 is Callie Hucks from West Brunswick High School.

 

 2017 Scholarship Application

Note:  Completed application form and a copy of your high school transcript must be submitted to your music teacher or guidance counselor not later than April 4, 2017.  The Sea Notes Scholarship committee will consider all applications and will interview finalists.