Margaret Holley Legacy (MHL) Scholarship is a book scholarship for high school seniors that have made a difference in the lives of others
Margaret Holley Legacy (MHL)
In 2021, Teachers’ Heritage Educational Partners LLC. created the Margaret Holley Legacy (MHL) Scholarship, a book scholarship for high school seniors that have made a difference in the lives of others by consistently providing support, displaying a pleasant demeanor, exhibiting kindness towards others and having a willingness to help.
Margaret Holley made a difference in the lives of her family and the lives of others. She never held flashy titles or positions. She just smiled and worked, but others knew that they could depend on her because of her strong and consistent work ethic!!! It’s amazing how a smile and a work ethic opened doors for her.
Introducing the 2022 Scholarship Recipients!
Although I did have a profound impact on the team on the court, I feel my impact off the court went a long way as well. This was specifically done by pushing my teammates to pursue balance in their extracurricular activities while in school.
Each and every time I ride in the ambulance my adrenaline rushes knowing that I have the power to make a difference in someone's life...Since my junior year of high school, I have served as a Volunteer Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
I have been involved in a variety of community service activities ever since I was young. During my time on Mokihana Aquatics, a competitive swim team, I was a lifeguard and swim instructor for their Learn-To-Swim program.
Due to the events that transpired in 2020, I found myself scared to walk outside some days. My basic human rights were constantly being debated on media and political platforms.
I have struggled with childhood obesity since kindergarten. I never noticed how bad my situation was until I realized I was 351 pounds at 13 years old. I immediately changed my lifestyle and filmed YouTube videos to show my progress.
Proximity, a term defined as “nearness in space, time, or relationship” is one of the major driving forces in societal discrimination and division today; with a lack of proximity, we struggle to understand and love one another.
2021 Scholarship Winners!
"I was tasked with the responsibility of being a mentor to female freshmen and sophomore students. I taught the young women leadership skills, character development, study tools, and important things to know that would help them to thrive in life.
“Proverbs 22:1 says, “A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favor rather than silver and gold.” I have been occupied maintaining the name that I have, and I realized that whatever I do has an impact on those around me, whether if it is a good impact or a bad impact.