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Ed­u­ca­tion Foun­da­tion of BCPS cel­e­brates schol­ar­ship win­ners in a creative, new way

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This year’s cir­cum­stances have chal­lenged The Ed­u­ca­tion Foun­da­tion of BCPS to think out­side the box in many ways.

The pre­sen­ta­tion of schol­ar­ships is just one more ini­tia­tive that chal­lenges us to think cre­atively so that we can con­grat­u­late those stu­dents within a dif­fer­ent plat­form.

In pre­vi­ous years, we pre­sented schol­ar­ships to stu­dents at their school’s award cer­e­mony. This year, as re­mote learn­ing, so­cial dis­tanc­ing and event can­cel­la­tions re­quire ad­just­ing, we will be con­duct­ing our pre­sen­ta­tions in a new for­mat.

A short video clip for each schol­ar­ship re­cip­i­ent will be pre­sented by the foun­da­tion’s Board Mem­bers and Ad­vi­sory Coun­cil Mem­bers which and posted on the foun­da­tion’s so­cial me­dia plat­forms.

One short video for each stu­dent will be show­cased. We will show­case one col­lec­tive pre­sen­ta­tion cel­e­brat­ing all schol­ars re­ceiv­ing schol­ar­ship awards from the foun­da­tion in a video that will be avail­able for view­ing on our web­site’s schol­ar­ship page.

To see the video clips that cel­e­brate our schol­ars dur­ing the up­com­ing weeks, you can fol­low the foun­da­tion on so­cial me­dia (Face­book @Ed­u­ca­tionFoun­da­tionBCPS, In­sta­gram Foun­da­tionBCPS, Twit­ter @foun­da­tionbcps) and on the foun­da­tion web­site.

Re­cip­i­ents are those who re­ceived both STEM (Science, Tech­nol­ogy, Math­e­mat­ics & Engi­neer­ing) and BEEF (Busi­ness, Eco­nomics, En­tre­pre­neur, & Fi­nance) schol­ar­ships di­rectly from the foun­da­tion as well as pri­vate phil­an­thropic donor schol­ar­ships that are man­aged within the foun­da­tion’s frame­work.

The Ed­u­ca­tion Foun­da­tion

of BCPS, Inc. wishes to con­grat­u­late the grad­u­at­ing class of 2020. We cel­e­brate you; we wish you won­der­ful days ahead and in­vite you to come back and tell us your sto­ries.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to The Ed­u­ca­tion Foun­da­tion of BCPS, Inc. Schol­ar­ship Re­cip­i­ents!

Omol­eye Adeyemi, Sollers Point Tech­ni­cal/ Ch­e­sa­peake High School – Lor­raine W. Long Schol­ar­ship

An­gela Atkisson, Ken­wood High School – Dr. Joshua R. Wheeler Schol­ar­ship

Mofe­oluwa Ba­balola, Mil­ford Mill Academy –

Dr. Joe A. Hairston Schol­ar­ship

Ti­je­sunimi Borode, West­ern School of Tech­nol­ogy – EDFoun­da­tion BEEF/STEM Schol­ar­ship

Sumra Chaudry, West­ern School of Tech­nol­ogy – EDFoun­da­tion BEEF/ STEM Schol­ar­ship

Kauo­tar Cheji, Dun­dalk High School – Dun­dalk High School Class of 1967 Schol­ar­ship

Bri­ana Chris­tian, Sollers Point Tech­ni­cal High School – Dr. An­thony Mar­chione Schol­ar­ship

Vic­to­ria Clark, Eastern Tech­ni­cal High School – Dr. An­thony Mar­chione Schol­ar­ship

Bianca Darago, Ch­e­sa­peake High School – EDFoun­da­tion BEEF/STEM Schol­ar­ship

Dami­ola Dipe, Over­lea High School – Ber­nice H. John­son Schol­ar­ship Fund

Khe­las­sah Djil­ioni, Tow­son High School – Pa­tri­cia Cor­bett-Kirkner Schol­ar­ship

Claire Doll, Ca­tonsville High School – Baltimore County Re­tired Schools Per­son­nel As­so­ci­a­tion Schol­ar­ship

Chase Dou­glass, Du­laney High School – Al­lied Sports: Chase Kal­isz

Schol­ar­ship

Pre­cious Duro­jaiye, Wood­lawn High School – Dr. An­thony Mar­chione Schol­ar­ship

Emma Evans-No­let, Parkville High School – EDFoun­da­tion BEEF/ STEM Schol­ar­ship

Je­nea Far­ris, Owings Mills High School – Al­lied Sports: Brit­tney Reese Schol­ar­ship

Namra Fiaz, Ran­dall­stown High School – Dr. An­thony Mar­chione Schol­ar­ship

Ryan Frisch, Ge­orge Wash­ing­ton Carver Cen­ter for Arts & Tech­nol­ogy – Dr. An­thony Mar­chione Schol­ar­ship

Thin­zar Htwe, Eastern Tech­ni­cal High School – EDFoun­da­tion BEEF/ STEM Schol­ar­ship and Dr. An­thony Mar­chione Schol­ar­ship

Madi­son Janey, Ge­orge Wash­ing­ton Carver Cen­ter for Arts & Tech­nol­ogy – Ber­nice H. John­son Schol­ar­ship Fund

Peter Jan­quet, West­ern School of Tech­nol­ogy – Dr. An­thony Mar­chione Schol­ar­ship

Jacob Krebs, Tow­son High School – EDFoun­da­tion BEEF/STEM Schol­ar­ship

Christo­pher Krupin­ski, Ge­orge Wash­ing­ton Carver Cen­ter for Arts & Tech­nol­ogy – Dr. An­thony Mar­chione Schol­ar­ship

Madi­son Martell, Spar­rows Point High School – Dr. Joe A. Hairston Schol­ar­ship

Jade Oglesby, New Town High School – Dr. An­thony Mar­chione

Schol­ar­ship

She­fra Shah, Eastern Tech­ni­cal High School – EDFoun­da­tion BEEF/ STEM Schol­ar­ship

Nayana Smith, Ken­wood High School – Dr. Joshua R. Wheeler Schol­ar­ship

Jacob Swink, Dun­dalk High School – Dun­dalk HS Class of 1967 Schol­ar­ship

Christo­pher Tang, Eastern Tech­ni­cal High School – iFLY In­door Sky­div­ing Schol­ar­ship Fund

Noshin Ta­panoon, Tow­son High School – Alan Marvel Schol­ar­ship

An­dre Vines, Wood­lawn High School – Al­lied Sports: Trade­point At­lantic Schol­ar­ship

Caitlyn Virts, Pat­ap­sco High School and Cen­ter for the Arts – Dr. An­thony Mar­chione Schol­ar­ship

Fer­di­nand Vir­tudes, Pikesville High School – EDFoun­da­tion BEEF/ STEM Schol­ar­ship

Bill Zhao, Tow­son High School – Steven Shock Schol­ar­ship

The Ed­u­ca­tion Foun­da­tion awarded 34 schol­ar­ships dur­ing the 2019-2020 school year which pro­vided post­sec­on­dar y and tech­ni­cal school op­por­tu­ni­ties for BCPS grad­u­ates in the amount of $33,730.

We in­vite you and/or your com­pany to join us, by con­sid­er­ing launch­ing an Ed­u­ca­tion Foun­da­tion Schol­ar­ship Fund with a fo­cus that will im­pact an in­di­vid­ual’s fu­ture.

The Ed­u­ca­tion Foun­da­tion of BCPS hosts an ar­ray of schol­ar­ship op­por­tu­ni­ties to pro­vide sup­port for the con­tin­u­ous growth and suc­cess of BCPS stu­dents and their fam­i­lies through our pri­vate schol­ar­ship pro­gram.

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