South Carolina Law Firm Promotes Excellence through Sixth Annual College Scholarship Program

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Joye Law Firm has given $60,000 in college scholarships, continues tradition

Joye Law Firm, which awarded each student with a $2,000 scholarship prize, began the program in 2006 and has provided $60,000 in scholarship funds to area students.

Given their impressive list of accomplishments, it’s easy to envision this deserving handful of kids as future leaders. Joye Law Firm is proud of the winners and excited about our investment in the future of South Carolina.

With $12,000 up for grabs, more than 200 students answered the call for Joye Law Firm’s annual scholarship program. Now, six top graduating seniors from the Low Country, and Grand Strand areas of South Carolina have an easier road to further their education and follow their dreams. The firm, which awarded each student with a $2,000 scholarship prize, began the program in 2006 and has provided $60,000 in scholarship funds to area students.

“Given their impressive list of accomplishments, it’s easy to envision this deserving handful of kids as future leaders,” said personal injury attorney Ken Harrell, managing partner of Joye Law Firm. “Joye Law Firm is proud of the winners and excited about our investment in the future of South Carolina.”

Ryan Tucker, Bishop England High School

While attending Bishop England High School, Ryan was a member of the Bishop England Varsity Football Team, National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and BEHS Band Buddies, just to name a few. He will be attending Clemson University’s Calhoun Honors College and, in addition to cheering on the Tigers, he will be pursuing a degree in engineering. He hopes to use his degree to help those in need at a reduced cost and help re-establish parts of downtown Charleston.

Danielle Hicks, Georgetown High School

In addition to graduating number 42 in her class of 165 students at Georgetown High School, Danielle found time to participate in school activities, including: Future Business Leaders of America, National Art Honor Society, Interact, National Spanish Honor Society, and Senior Council. She will attend Claflin University in Orangeburg, South Carolina, where she plans to pursue a major in elementary education so she can become a teacher and empower youth to be future leaders.

Samuel Hunter, Summerville High School

Soon to attend Clemson University, Samuel is graduating from Summerville High School and is number 43 in his class of 580 students. While in high school, he was a member of the National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Barbershop Quartet and Chorus. Samuel plans to pursue a major in audio technology with a possible second major in graphic design.

Anderson Wiksell, Wando High School

Graduating number 51 in a class of 751 at Wando High School, Anderson was involved in her school’s lacrosse team, National BETA Club, National Honor Society, National Technical Honors Society, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She will attend the College of Engineering and Science at Clemson University to study biomedical engineering and plan for a career in the prosthetic field. Anderson has a desire to help people and this is the perfect career fit for her.

Angelica Denmark, Hanahan High School

While attending Hanahan High School, Angelica was a member of the Hanahan Hawks women’s basketball team, BETA Club, STEP Team, and Hanahan Gospel Choir. She is graduating number 64 in a class of 212 and will be attending the University of South Carolina Upstate to pursue a degree in nursing with a focus in pediatric care. Her career goal is to work at the MUSC Medical Center, where she and her two brothers were born nearly three months premature as triplets.

Brenna Norton-Baker, Socastee High School

Brenna is graduating number 2 in a class of 270. While in high school, she was a member of the Socastee High Track Team, Book Club, SEAL Club and the Photography Club. She will be attending the College of Charleston this fall.

The Joye Law Firm Annual Scholarship Program is just one of the firm’s many community projects and events. Joye in the Community’s year-round program encompasses the firm’s commitment to serving the community. The initiative is designed to enrich lives and raise awareness about the needs of those in the Charleston and Myrtle Beach areas. To learn more about Joye in the Community and the law firm’s annual scholarship program, visit http://www.JoyeInTheCommunity.com.

About Joye Law Firm

Based in North Charleston, S.C., Joye Law Firm has been fighting to help people face legal challenges since 1968. The firm has 10 experienced attorneys—with combined litigation experience of more than 130 years—and more than 30 paralegals and other staff members. Their commitment to excellence is confirmed by the receipt of Martindale-Hubbell’s highest legal rating (AV)®. Visit http://www.JoyeLawFirm.com to learn more.

NOTE: Photographs of scholarship recipients are available upon request.

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