Local students honored with scholarships from Nossi College of Art

Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Two high school students have been awarded the Mahtaban Scholarship for Art from Nossi College of Art. Each received $4,400 that will help with tuition, equipment, and books for classes.

Aliyah Holder, the daughter of Sheri and James Holder, is a 2017 graduate from Cornersville High School. She chose Nossi because she is confident the school will help her reach her goals as an artist. She was very pleased with the friendly atmosphere and staff. I am pleased, honored and humbled to receive the Mahtaban Art Scholarship, Aliyah said.

At Nossi College, students have the opportunity to study graphic design and illustration programs. Throughout their classes, they learn through a business and creative lens from working professionals. These programs provide students with the most current and modern perspectives from experts who live it every day, which in turn gives students the best threshold for job placement after graduation.

Nathan Broadaway, the son of Roxanne and Scott Broadaway, graduated from Marshall County High School May, 2017. The timing of looking at colleges coincided with his decision to pursue a career in art. I appreciate the help that this award provides, Nathan said. I honestly did not think I would receive this scholarship, but I am glad I did.