Tuality awards scholarships to pair of students
Two area high school students who are pursuing health-related careers were awarded scholarships recently by the Tuality Healthcare Foundation.
Jonathan Faris, a Forest Grove High School senior, is the recipient of the Dr. Marvin J. Robb Memorial Scholarship. The son of Geoffrey and Annette Faris of Forest Grove, he plans to attend Duke University and major in biology. Faris is a FGHS valedictorian.
Tabath Murdock, a Banks High School senior, is the recipient of the Flo Rhea Health Careers Endowment Scholarship. Tabatha is the daughter of Rodney Murdock and Brenda Stokes. She plans to attend the University of Oregon and major in Biology. She served as president of the National Honor Society at Banks High.
The Tuality foundation offers scholarships to students each spring who have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better and plan to pursue a human health-related career. For more information about Tuality Healthcare Foundation programs and services, visit tualityfoundation.org.