The Team Tori Foundation Scholarship was set up in honor of 2006 OTHS Graduate Victoria (Tori) Anne Riley. The foundations mission is to help colon cancer fighters, educate our youth about colon cancer, and give a scholarship annually.
Tori was a loving daughter, sister, Granddaughter, family member, friend and incredible person. She was just 24 years old when diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer. She showed incredible courage and in turn was shown an enormous amount of compassion by the community.
She was a warrior who impacted a lot of people the 26 years she lived. Tori Loved high school and her peers. The Foundation had to find a way to give back by honoring Tori so that her legacy will live on. You can read more about her and make a donation on the donation tab.
Click the link below to get the application. Please share with your friends who may have a student graduating from OTHS.
I am very proud to announce the very first winner of the Team Tori Scholarship Nikki Nangia. Nikki will received $1,000 to help with her college expenses. She is a graduate of O'Fallon Township High School. Nikki is attending University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Nikki will studying nursing. She is a member of the
Thank you in advance for what you will do for others!
I would like to give a big shout out to winner of the 2018 Team Tori Scholarship award!
Nicholas Kruse from OTHS - O'Fallon Township High School District 203.
Nicholas is an amazing young man on his way to University of Mississippi! He plans to do research in chemistry and become a doctor. He would like to get his PhD in Nuclear Physical Chemistry.
Nicholas is an amazing piano player who has been part of the Southwestern Illinois College concert and jazz bands. In his spare time he volunteers with several organizations.
Help me congratulate Nicholas and thank everyone who has donated to my foundation so my daughter Tori Riley will never be forgotten. You make this possible!
We wish you the best young man!
Nicholas graduated from the University of Mississippi ("Ole Miss") in May 2022 with degrees in both Chemistry and Physics. He is continuing his education at Ole Miss and working toward a PhD in Physical Chemistry. Nick is currently a Research Assistant in the Physical Chemistry Lab and presents his findings at Chemistry Conferences across the US. He hopes to ultimately become a Research Professor and train the next generation of young scientists.