Chadwick Boseman’s high school in South Carolina will create a scholarship in his honour following his tragic death last week.
Principal Walter Mayfield at T. L. Hanna High School is setting up a grant called the Chadwick Boseman Memorial Scholarship, which will be awarded to one student each year.
The Black Panther star sadly passed away from colon cancer aged 43 on Friday after fighting a secret battle.
The late actor reached milestones at the educational centre, where he played basketball for four years and wrote his first play, Crossroads.
After graduating from T.L. Hanna in 1995, the screen star studied Directing at at Howard University in Washington, D.C.
Sharing details about the scholarship, Walter told MailOnline: ‘It is our intention to honor the memory and legacy of Chadwick Boseman, T. L. Hanna Class or ’95, with a memorial scholarship.
‘We would like to work with Chadwick’s family to establish a scholarship fund for graduating seniors at T. L. Hanna.
‘Anyone interested in donating to the scholarship fund can send a check or use the link provided to make a donation online.’