• Evans High School senior awarded $100K scholarship, courtesy of Beyonce, Jay-Z

    By: Kelly Healey


    ORLANDO, Fla. - An Evans High School senior walked out of the Jay-Z and Beyonce concert Wednesday in Orlando with a college scholarship, courtesy of Beyonce’s BeyGOOD initiative and Jay-Z’s Shawn Carter Foundation.


    Music producer DJ Khaled awarded Keshawn Morgan with a $100,000 scholarship.


    Earlier this week, the couple announced that they would award more than $1 million in scholarships to exceptional high school seniors with financial needs.


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    Keshawn ranks third in his class, and he's the president of the theater and Spanish honor societies, as well as a member of the UNICEF and poetry clubs.


    "Who would have thought that, me, a kid from Evans, from Pine Hills, receiving $100,000,” Morgan said.


    Morgan is the only boy in the top 20 of his graduating class.

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