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The EverLaith Foundation, in Partnership with St. B's Announce the Winners of Scholarship Award

Updated: Aug 15, 2023

The EverLaith Foundation, in Partnership with St. Benedict's Episcopal School, Announce the Winners of the 2021-22 EverLaith Scholarship Award

The EverLaith Foundation, in partnership with St. Benedict's Episcopal School (STBS), is excited to present the winners of the 2021-22 EverLaith Scholarship Award - a character-building initiative open to all middle school students enrolled at STBS.

This year we are pleased to announce that Jackson Malhotra, a fifth-grader at STBS, and

Tripp Peterson, a sixth-grader at STBS, have been named the winners of the 2021-22 EverLaith Scholarship Award. As winners, both Jackson and Tripp will receive a certificate of achievement and a $1,000 scholarship award paid towards their 2021-22 academic year school tuition. An award presentation will be held for winners on the campus of St. Benedict's on Friday, May 6, 2022 at 3:00 P.M. (Location Laith Benches).

The EverLaith Foundation was created to continue the legacy of Shariq Laith Haider through his alma mater, St. Benedict's Episcopal School. The scholarship is awarded annually to two students who exemplify outstanding character and integrity through their work of community involvement, academics, and strong values through school and athletics. "Our objective with the scholarships is to encourage the winners and runners-up to employ these values and kindness to make a difference and positively influence others," stated Ferhana Haider, EverLaith Foundation. "It is also EverLaith Foundation's way of supporting St. Benedict's mission of fostering an environment of educational attainment and service to the larger community." The scholarship runners-up are Anna Grace Mansfield and Chase Watson. Runners-up of the 2021-22 EverLaith Scholarship Award will receive a certificate of achievement and a thank you gift. "We are so honored to be working with the EverLaith Foundation to help further the education of our students", stated Father Brian Sullivan, STBS Head of School. For information about the EverLaith Foundation and how to apply for financial aid at St. Benedict's Episcopal School, visit ### About The EverLaith Foundation (EverLaith) EverLaith Foundation is an Atlanta-based nonprofit public foundation set up in memory of Shariq Laith Haider with the mission to preserve his enduring legacy of selfless love and compassion. Laith was an outstanding student and athlete attending St. Benedict's Episcopal School in Smyrna, Georgia. In his short but bright 13 years, Laith deeply and positively affected his family and friends, and their lives will remain forever changed due to their mutual love and affection. His tragic loss in March 2020 brought our community together to aspire higher and love deeper. To fulfill Laith's vision, his family and friends have set up a Foundation whose mission is to support the welfare of children and animals alike. About St. Benedict's Episcopal School's (STBS) Founded in 2009, St. Benedict's Episcopal School (STBS) is an independent school of choice in Smyrna, Georgia, for families of children in preschool starting at one-year-old through eighth grade. The school's primary focuses are inspiring learning, nurturing growth, and embracing the values of Episcopal education. St. Benedict's Episcopal School encourages creativity and inquiry-based learning in a caring and nurturing environment. As an institution, STBS is deeply committed to ensuring its community reflects the diversity of Smyrna, Georgia, and the surrounding area. STBS is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). For continuous news and updates, follow STBS on social media @STBSInsta or visit us online at ### Contact: Katrina Garnes/Director of Marketing and Communications Phone: (678) 279-4300 Ext. 3122 Email:



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