Nineteen students from several Nacogdoches County schools received the good news recently that they had been selected as scholarship recipients for the N.O.B.L.E. program.

N.O.B.L.E. Scholars is a program of the Nacogdoches County Chamber's Community Development Division. N.O.B.L.E. students are challenged to take and master advanced classes and complete a community service project. Completing the N.O.B.L.E. curriculum will lead students to increased opportunities, better jobs and higher self-esteem, and the business community benefits from a stronger work force.

It is sponsored by Citizens 1st Bank, along with Laird Funeral Home, Etech, Fairchild, Price, Haley, and Smith, LLP and SERVPRO of Lufkin/S.Nacogdoches County

 

N.O.B.L.E. stands for Nacogdoches County Opportunity for a Better Learning Experience.

Congratulations to the following students:

From Central Heights High School:

  • Anna Kaye Coats
  • Madison Dauenhauer
  • Sera Do
  • Dayton Yates

From Chireno High School:

  • David Haness

From Douglass High School:

  • Oscar Garcia
  • Katie Perry

From Martinsville High School:

  • Mardi Christopher
  • Gavin Griner
  • Marshall Halls
  • Jason Miles
  • Chloe Randall

From Ncogdoches High School:

  • Kayla Escarcega
  • Jacob Hernandez
  • Ashton Larson
  • D'Andreia Taylor
  • Emilia Torres

 From Regents Academy:

  • James Vermillion

From Woden High School:

  • Alexis Smithhart
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