Allegiant Awards Scholarship to Pine View Graduate Hadleigh Schwartz

Scholarship Program Designed to Heighten Awareness of Personal Fiscal Responsibility

Allegiant Private Advisors gives back to the community in many ways, but few are more important than supporting deserving students. We have had the distinct privilege of awarding a scholarship every year for the past 20 years. This year’s recipient of our $2,500 scholarship—as well as a National Merit Scholarship—is Hadleigh Schwartz, daughter of clients Allison Silver and Hardy Schwartz.

A 2018 graduate of Pine View School, recently ranked as the #1 high school in the state of Florida by U.S. News & World Report, Hadleigh will be attending the University of Chicago in the fall of 2018. Hadleigh’s application was deemed the most deserving out of the many applications received this year. Every applicant is judged based upon criteria including transcript records and difficulty of their curriculum, community involvement, work experience, extra-curricular activities, and an original essay on the financial independence.

Our Advisors often help families navigate the complex challenges involved in ensuring the next generation’s educational future. Planning for higher education expenses is a regular part of our clients’ customized financial plan. In 1998, recognizing that the most important thing to our clients is the health and well-being of their family and striving to ignite a discussion about financial responsibility with younger generations, our firm created an annual scholarship program.

The one-time scholarship is available to any graduating high school or currently-enrolled college student who is a child, grandchild and/or great-grandchild of a current Allegiant client, and who plans to attend any post-secondary educational institution. The scholarship is not needs-based, but rather awarded through an objective selection process conducted by an internal review committee.

We wish Hadleigh and all the other applicants the greatest of success as they continue to pursue educational excellence, wherever their individual paths may lead.