2017 Scholar Winners

A core pillar of the SlyeStrong#6 Foundation is to provide six scholarships to local graduating seniors.  For the third consecutive year, we have been extremely blessed to recognize some outstanding students within our community!  This year’s recipients make us extremely proud! A deserving senior in each of our five Stafford...

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Book Drive New Record!

The SlyeStrong #6 Foundation held their 2nd Annual New and Used Community-Wide Book Drive, and once again, the support was AMAZING!! Through the generosity of our community, we were able to collect over 3,400 new and used books, coloring books, crayons, puzzles, games, bubbles, and pinwheels, along with over 1,500...

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Holiday Baskets

For many of us, the holidays are a joyous time sharing food and gifts with family and friends.  However, many in our local community are not as fortunate.  So in the spirit of the holidays and our desire to give back to our community, the SlyeStrong#6 Foundation teamed up with...

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BOOK DRIVE UPDATE

From April 13th – April 30th, the SlyeStrong #6 Foundation held a community-wide book drive.  To say it was a success, would be an understatement!  We were able to collect over 3,000 new and used books, coloring books, crayons, puzzles, games, bubbles and pinwheels. In addition, the North Stafford Graphics...

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SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS

The SlyeStrong#6 Foundation is offering a scholarship to a student-athlete from each of the five Stafford County High Schools. Applicants must best exemplify the core values of AJ Slye and this Foundation – perseverance, leadership, determination, compassion, self-awareness and self-discipline. You can find more details on our website here and from...

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On October 17, 2014, North Stafford High School named its stadium, A.J. Slye Memorial Stadium and dedicated it in AJ Slye’s honor.  AJ, a star middle linebacker and captain of North Stafford’s 2011 football team that reached the State Semifinal, never wanted to leave that football field and thanks to...

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