C.A.T.C.H. 84 and Key Bank Award 2011 Key to Success Scholarship
The C.A.T.C.H. 84 Foundation and Key Bank partnered for the 5th straight year to award the Key to Success Scholarship to a deserving high school student who displayed excellent sportsmanship during the 2010-2011 academic and athletic years.
This year’s winner was Tarell Eatmon from the Cleveland School of Architecture and Design (CSAD) at the John Hay campus. Tarell will receive a $2,500 scholarship, which he will use next year as he plans to attend Kent State University where he plans to major in Architecture and hopes to walk-on to the Kent State football team.
Tarell was a two sport star at John Hay where he played basketball and football. CSAD is an honors campus and the application and interview process is extensive so students are held to a high standard of behavior and academic success. Tarell thrived in the environment and was a very successful student. In addition to sports and school work, Tarell spent a lot of time volunteering as well. He was part of the ACE (Architecture, Construction, and Engineering) After School Mentoring Program and volunteered at his church.
The Key to Success Scholarship is given out every year to a student who not only excels in the classroom and on the field but also a student athlete who demonstrates good sportsmanship. Tarell received an excellent recommendation from his football coach who had nothing but good things to say about him and the respect, discipline, perseverance, and sportsmanship that Tarell displayed throughout his high school career.
C.A.T.C.H. 84 and Key Bank wish Tarell Eatmon the best of luck at Kent State and we’ll keep you updated on his journey as he goes on to the next step in his life.