In a desire to honor the life and legacy of Caroline Gose, a 2003 Alamo Heights graduate, her family and friends established a fund with the Alamo Heights Foundation to support a student/faculty project benefiting the High School and the Alamo Heights community. The proposals should be in the areas of journalism, theater or community service, reflective of Caroline’s interests. A maximum of $3,561 will be available.
Caroline Gose (1984-2004) graduated with honors from Alamo Heights High School in 2003. She was a member of the National Honor Society, the National Spanish Honor Society and an excellent student, but she will be remembered for so much more.
Caroline was a beautiful young lady, with a joyous and energetic love of life. Friends and family members regarded her as funny, warm, encouraging and inspirational. While at Alamo Heights, she showed her love for community service as President of Interact and involvement in Student Council, her comedic and dramatic flair in theater productions, and her creativity and love of writing with her work in journalism on The Olmos.
Caroline’s life was tragically cut short in an automobile accident, after transferring to the University of Texas from Furman University. She would be excited about the opportunity to fund initiatives spawned by the collaborations with faculty and students.
- Capacity to inspire students and teachers to new heights.
- Submitted by an individual who will be a student at the High School in the 2013-2014 academic year.
- Application to be submitted by a student and faculty member, with an accompanying signature of the principal.
- Willingness to provide a written report to the Foundation at year-end (or at completion of the project).
- A volunteer committee established by the Alamo Heights School Foundation will review the applications.
- The applications will be evaluated on the impact that the project will have on the High School and the Alamo Heights community.
Click here to apply for the Caroline Gose Memorial Grant.