Catherine Wolfe, Columbia Academy, 2013 BBB Student of Integrity Scholarship Recipient
Catherine Lee Wolfe, a senior at Columbia Academy, was named the 2013 BBB Student of Integrity at the annual Torch Awards for Ethical Commerce held at the Nashville Airport Marriott on May 16. The daughter of Tony & Gina Wolfe, Columbia, TN, Catherine received a $5,500 scholarship sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee. Catherine is described as gifted in academics and athletics, a leader and role model for younger students, and Valedictorian of her 2013 graduating class. Catherine plans to attend the University of Alabama to study speech pathology, a career choice that stems from her own needs when she was a little girl.
Established in 2005, sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee, the BBB Student of Integrity Scholarship program recognizes high school students in Middle Tennessee & Southern Kentucky who personify personal character, integrity and have made the choice to lead by following a moral compass.
99 students were nominated by their school principal or guidance counselor for the 2013 Student of Integrity. Each student nominee was required to write an essay describing the importance of ethics in personal relationships, business or the community at large. An independent panel of judges selected three (3) finalists and one (1) Student of Integrity recipient based on four areas of criteria: Leadership, Community Service, Academic and Essay.
Catherine is the 3rd Maury County TN student to receive the BBB Student of Integrity Scholarship. Allison Paige Knight, Culleoka High School was named the 2008 Student of Integrity and the 2010 designation went to Nathaniel Da’Von Harlan II, Columbia Central High School.
Three finalist of the BBB Student of Integrity Scholarship Program received $1,000 scholarships sponsored by the BBB Integrity Foundation, the educational arm of the BBB of Middle Tennessee.
2013 BBB Integrity Scholarship Finalist:
Ashlyn Anglim, Summit High School, Spring Hill, TN
Taylor King, Monterey High School, Monterey, TN
Natalie Spicer, Springfield High School, Springfield, TN
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