FHN Jr. Huskies Cheerleading Senior Scholarship

Jenna Brown, FHN Jr. Huskies Program Director and FHN Varsity Assistant Coach with 2020 scholarship recipient Christie Vieux

One of the FHN Jr. Huskies Cheerleading goals this year, was to create a scholarship for a senior cheerleader that has given back to our program as a coach/mentor.

Of the applicants that applied for the scholarship,  one stood out above the rest. This young lady exemplifies everything that we hope to instill in our young athletes. She excels academically, she is kind and gracious, her smile lights up a room, and she is a wonderful example and role model to our middle school and elementary age cheerleaders, as she was able to coach them. Her essay was compelling and moving and makes us feel that she is going to do exceptionally well in her future endeavors. It is our honor to award our first FHN Jr. Huskies Cheerleading Senior Scholarship to Christie Vieux.

Heather Campbell, Jr. Huskies Treasurer, recipient Christie Vieux, Susan Littler, Jr. Huskies Vice President and FHN Varsity Coach, Carly Sienkiewicz

The FHN Jr. Huskies Cheerleading Senior Scholarship was created to acknowledge the dedication, hard work, and spirit, our Senior athletes display – both in the sport and in the classroom. Their sense of integrity, pride, enthusiasm, discipline, tradition, honor, and commitment is to be recognized and encouraged through this award.

The Annual FHN Jr. Huskies Cheerleading Senior Scholarship is awarded once a year at the NorthStar Competitive Invitational in February at FHN High School.

Criteria for appliction includes: Applicant has given to the Jr. Huskies Cheerleading program by volunteering their time, talents and skills as a senior coach/mentor, is currently a FHN senior cheerleader, submits an essay on “What FHN and the Community Mean to Them,” grade point average, attendance at practice and games. Applicant or recipient is not eligable if they have a parent or family member on the Jr. Huskies Board.

The scholarship is paid directly to the school, college or university of the winners choice for tuition and expenses.