Claremore Students Selected for 2018 Highfill Properties Scholarship

L to R: Rylee Franks, Julia Teter, Randy Highfill, and Hannah Smoot.

Three Claremore High School students were selected to receive the Highfill Properties Scholarship.  Rylee Franks, Julia Teter, and Hannah Smoot each received $2,000 to further their education. These ladies were selected based on academic achievement, financial need, essay submissions, community involvement and interest in pursuing a degree at an state university. Franks will be attending Oklahoma Baptist University, Teter and Smoot will stay closer to home and attend Rogers State University.

Randy and Amber Highfill are avid supporters of Claremore Public Schools. Their daughter, Taylor, graduated from Claremore High School in 2016 and their son, Parker, currently attends CHS. Highfill Properties has been developing new neighborhoods in Claremore and Rogers county since 2004. Their neighborhoods include homes in all price ranges, from starter homes to larger, custom homes. As lifelong residents of the Claremore area, their top priority is to see their community grow and develop. They believe their investment in students is a part of creating positive and proactive growth in this community.


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