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Florida Gardens Scholarship 2018


Each year, the Florida Gardens Civic Association awards one or more scholarships to graduating high school seniors from Florida Gardens, who will be entering college for the first time in the fall. This has been an annual tradition in the Gardens for more than 35 years. Over the years the Association has awarded scholarships totaling well over $30,000 to some 60 students. This has been one way the community recognizes the hard work and achievements of many of our outstanding students, and it also give these deserving students a financial boost as they begin their college careers. Over the years some of our recipients have gone on to become, teachers, lawyers and architects, as well as enjoying success in a variety of fields. As a community, we’re proud of their success and happy we could play a part in it.


The 2018 award goes to Aubrey Dale of W. Rubber Tre. Aubrey is the daughter of Sandra and David Dale, longtime residents of Florida Gardens and active members of the community. Aubrey is also the sister of Jessica Dale, who was a scholarship recipient in 2016. and is currently a student at FAU. 


Aubrey is graduating from Santaluces Community High School, where she is posted an outstanding academic record. She is ranked second in a class of 585, is a two-year member of the National Honor Society, the National English Honor Society, and the Science Nation Honor Society. She served three years as President of Key Club, was a three-year member of the Debate Team and was an Honor Roll student from the 9th Grade through the 12th Grade. She was also awarded third place in the Palm Beach County Ethics Bowl., was awarded the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award in 2016, and the Top Student AP Biology Award in 2017. She was a member of the JV Volleyball Team in 2014-15. Quite a record! In addition to all that, she has been an active member of the community, helping out at the various children’s parties and functions at the Civic Center.  


Aubrey plans on entering the University of Miami in the fall, where she will major in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, with the goal of eventually working with a worldwide medical organization. We want to wish Aubrey much success as she begins her college career, and the FGCA is happy to recognize her achievements.  


Ed Ridolph
FGCA Scholarship Chairman