Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School is proud to announce that two students have received scholarships from The Gathering of the Eagles Foundation for their interest in science, math and technology!
Senior Lizzie Londell and eighth grade student Cody Harris, two of just 25 students in Montgomery who received scholarships on January 10 from the GOE-Foundation, and the National Flight Academy at Montgomery’s City Hall.
The Gathering of Eagles Foundation is a private, non-profit organization that aims to preserve the United State Air Force’s legacy through the celebration of 70 years of Airpower. The GOE Foundation exists to provide financial support to enhance Air Command and Staff College’s Gathering of Eagles program, an annual educational event geared to allow the ACSC student body to learn from and honor men and women who have made significant contributions to air, space and cyberspace power. For over 30 years, Eagles have shared their stories with ACSC in an effort to inspire today’s military leaders to achieve greatness in support of their country.
Londell and Harris were selected to attend a “cruise” at the National Flight Academy in Pensecola, Florida February 17-19. The scholarship includes tuition, lodging, food, and transportation. Students are chosen from a pool of essay applicants from around the Montgomery area.
The experience will include three days of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) focused education and fun. Both Londell and Harris will attend the “Codebreakers” program.
Lizzie is the daughter of Iwona and Scott Londell of Wetumpka. Cody is the son of Jo Ann Harris of Montgomery.