Atlanta, GA - Integrity. In today's society, it is probably not a term used to describe many people; however, it is a character trait that helped these students receive a prestigious scholarship. Only seven students received this annual Student of Integrity Scholarship presented by The Center for Character Ethics. The award acknowledges integrity, character and ethical behavior in future leaders.More than 180 senior students from public and private high schools in 42 counties competed for this year’s awards. Awards ranged from $1,000-$3,500. The Student of Integrity Scholarship recipients are: Erin Wilson Rockdale Magnet School for Science & Technology $3,500Alyssa Jones South Paulding High School $2,500Garrett Kinsey Habersham Central High School $2,000 Hannah Nauck Pike County High School $1,000 Amanda McAuley Lakeside High School $1,000 Emily Vail Dunwoody High School $1,000Faith Buchanan Rockdale Magnet School for Science & Technology $1,000About The Student of Integrity Scholarship. The Student of Integrity Scholarship Program is an annual competition that recognizes high school seniors who personify high ethics, as demonstrated through leadership, community service, personal integrity and academic accomplishments. As the scholarship recipients pursue their careers, The Center for Character Ethics believes these future business leaders will promote ethics in the workplace. The 2018 scholarships were provided with the support of Better Business Bureau, SunTrust, Delta Community Credit Union, Rollins, Synovus, and Chick-fil-A Riverdale Dwarf House.About The Center for Character Ethics. The Center for Character Ethics is the educational foundation of the Better Business Bureau serving Metro Atlanta, Athens and Northeast Georgia. Our mission is to educate the next generation of ethical business leaders. We provide character education and leadership development training for students in grades 5-12. Read more about BBB’s Center for Character Ethics at www.bbb.org/atlanta/center-for-character-ethics/.