From our inaugural meeting in September 2018, Adam Hyatt supported our mission. He loved and served his students at Franklin County High School; he loved and served children and youth in his community. It is with great honor that we offer the Adam Hyatt Memorial Scholarship.
Applicants must be directly impacted by incarceration, including: a parent and/or family member’s current or previous incarceration. The scholarship award will be in the amount of $1000 and paid directly to the institution of higher education. Scholarships can be renewed up to three additional years, upon the review of the applicants’ academic standing and reevaluation of qualifications.
The deadline for 2023 has passed. Check back next year!
Adam Hyatt was a part of Franklin County High School for over 10 years and anyone who knew Mr. Hyatt knew this; Adam was a devout Christian, loved his family, his students, and FCHS. Mr. Hyatt passed away in July 2019.
WJRF awarded our first high school graduate with a scholarship in May 2019. It is with great honor that we rename this award the Adam Hyatt Memorial Scholarship. Any graduating senior impacted by incarceration is eligible to apply. We look forward to granting this annual award in Adam’s name, a man who lived his life to serve others.
Trey Simmons III