Bachman Foundation is proud to announce the following scholarships and grants:


Cleveland 1st Church of the Nazarene
Award Amount: $2,830

Purpose:

  • Equipment and Manipulatives

This grant will help kids with special needs by allowing the church to create a sensory-
friendly room.


Blackfox Equestrian Center
Award Amount: $3,000

Purpose:

  • Scholarship Funding

Blackfox is a therapeutic riding center in Cleveland Tennessee


Ola Akanle
Award Amount: $18,450

Purpose:

  • Assisted Living Expenses

Ola is a past Bachman Academy student who is attending Boston Green Academy as a senior.


Skyukah Hall
Award Amount: $15,000

Purpose:

  • Scholarship Funding

Skyuka Hall is a Tennessee Category Three school centrally located on Brainerd Road in
Chattanooga, Tennessee. Skyuka Hall is an accredited member of SACS-CASI, AdvancED, and
Southern Association of Independent Schools, and a member of Tennessee Association of
Independent Schools and the National Association of Independent Schools.
We enroll student’s grades kindergarten through twelfth grade and provide individualized
teaching and learning experiences for those that may have struggled in a typical learning
environment.  Every student here is unique, which is why we have an 8:1 student teacher ratio
for all of our programs. We serve students with average to superior abilities who have been
diagnosed with learning disabilities, dyslexia, or attention deficit.


Beacon Academy
Award Amount: $10,000

Purpose:

  • Scholarship Funding

Beacon Academy is a lay-operated, supporting ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
near Collegedale, TN that provides quality Christian education for children K-12.

Beacon Academy supports students through experiential learning and project based
assessments. It provides supplemental resources for homeschool families, transitional support
for students learning the English language, and relevant and meaningful instruction for students
needing an alternate presentation of mainstream educational culture. Beacon Academy has
national accreditation with NCPSA and EASEA.


Family Cornerstones, Inc
Award Amount: $20,000

Purpose:

  • Provide programs that facilitate education and skill-building to help strengthen families and youth
  • Promote youth development through experiential building of life skills and healthy relationships
  • Convene non-partisan community forums to facilitate inclusive, purposeful listening
  • Network with community and church partners to maximize service delivery to families and youth

Orange Grove Center
Award Amount: $15,000

Purpose:

  • Summer camper scholarships for students who learn differently