Clinton (MS) Alumnae Chapter

The May Week Observance is one of several signature programs held annually by the chapter to emphasize scholastic achievements, educational opportunities and encouragement of higher scholarship.  The awards ceremony recognized the accomplishments of the top ten African-American graduating seniors from four high schools in our service area.  Honorees are granted certificates and book stipends and seniors with the highest grade point average at each school was awarded a $1000 scholarship for college.  Awards are presented to students attending Clinton High School, Raymond High School, and Terry High School.  The event is usually concluded with a reception to recognize our scholars. 

This website is the sole property and responsibility of the Clinton (MS) Alumnae Chapter.