Neveah


Meet Nevaeh, a 3rd grader at Timothy Academy. Nevaeh’s favorite subject is art and she loves to spend her free time drawing. When Nevaeh grows up she wants to be a veterinarian or a baker. Her mother, Brenda feels good each morning when she drops Neveah off at school because she knows her daughter is in a safe and loving educational environment. 

Neveah

Q: What do you like to do for fun?
A: Draw.

Q: What is your favorite subject in school? Why?
A: Art class. Because I love drawing and crafts. 

Q: Who is your role model? Why?
A: My mom! Because she is always there for me and works so hard to get me everything I need and want. She is funny and loves me so much. 

Q: What do you want to be when you grow up?
A: I want to be a veterinarian because I love dogs. I also want to be a baker because I love baking with my mom. 

Q: What are you looking forward to this school year. 
A: Learning more and being with my friends that I have known since kindergarten.

Brenda, Neveah’s mother

Q: What are your hopes for your child?
A: I want Neveah to learn and explore all that the world has to offer. I want her to know that as long as she works hard and never gives up she can reach her goals. 

Q: What makes your child’s school the best fit for her?
A: Timothy Academy is a small school that feels like a family. I know when I drop Neveah off every morning she is in a safe and loving environment. She has grown and learned so much that I am sometimes in awe of how smart she is. 

Q: Why do you think it is important for your child to attend a tuition-based school?
A: It was important to me that Neveah be in a safe environment. 

Q: What were your thoughts when you won the CSFP lottery?
A: What a blessing. I want the best for my daughter and CSFP has helped me achieve that. I am so grateful. 

Q: In what way does this scholarship affect your family?
A: As a single mother I would not be able to send my daughter to a good, Christian school without the help of the CSFP scholarship. 

Q: What would you tell others who are looking to apply for a scholarship. 
A: I would tell them to apply! The scholarship helps parents financially and provides so many resources to help us in other areas. The staff is great as well!