The Farmington Area Senior Scholarship recognizes a student with strong leadership skills, school and community involvement and a grade point average of 3.5 or better. As well, the student must intend to pursue a major in math or science at a four year college or university.
Dr. Clark and Dr. Romzick initiated the scholarship in 1999 as a way to thank the Farmington/Farmington Hills community for contributing to the success of their dental practice. It originated as a $1000 scholarship and was awarded to a single individual from one of the three area high schools. In 2008, a generous patient Mr. John Morris, contributed to the program and combined with Dr. Clark and Dr. Romzick, has made it possible to grant three one thousand dollar scholarships each year.
The 2013 recipients were Catherine Barkach from Harrison High School along with Ben Heckathorn and Jane Xiao from Farmington High School
Applications are available in the guidance offices of each of the area high schools beginning March 1 of each graduation year. Finalists are invited to a dinner reception at the office of Drs. Clark and Romzick in early May with the award recipients announced at the Senior Honors Assembly at the schools the students attend.
2016 Scholarship winners Rachel Hume-Farmington High School, Margaret Kondek-Harrison High School, Adam Rowlands-North Farmington High School. Pictured with Dr. Clark, Dr. Romzick and Mr. John Morris