Charles Co. college students honored with Carson Scholar Awards (UPDATE)
5 college students from Charles County Public Colleges (CCPS) have been just lately named 2021 Carson Students. The Carson Students program rewards college students for his or her wonderful educational efficiency, humanitarian abilities, and neighborhood service.
Honored This 12 months As New Carson Fellows Battle of Keith, fifth grade, William A. Diggs Elementary College; Grant Cooper, fifth grade, Dr. James Craik Elementary College; Liliana gordon, junior, North Level Excessive College; Makenna harrington, fourth grade, Dr. Thomas L. Higdon Elementary College; and Aurora Larkin, fifth grade, Billingsley Elementary College.
As Carson Students, these college students obtain a university scholarship of $ 1,000. Carson Students are eligible for the annual scholarship renewal so long as they preserve excessive educational requirements and a dedication to their communities.
College students are nominated by their respective college for recognition as a Carson Fellow. The choice course of is aggressive and round 500 new researchers throughout the nation are chosen every year.
Eight different CCPS college students obtained scholarship renewals as 2021 Acknowledged Carson Fellows. Acknowledged Students are college students who’ve obtained the respect in earlier years. They’re:
- Noah cusack, freshman, Maurice J. McDonough Excessive College (third recognition);
- Alyssa gerhart, senior, North Level (eighth recognition);
- Kiley grollman, sixth yr, Piccowaxen Center College (second recognition);
- Jayden hill, fifth grade, Dr. Gustavus Brown Elementary College (second recognition);
- Fairly Lombardi, first yr scholar, La Plata highschool (fifth recognition);
- Nya whitney, seventh yr, Milton M. Somers Center College (third recognition);
- Benjamin williamson, second yr, North Level (fifth recognition); and
- Emily Winkler, junior, La Plata (second recognition).
Annually, the Carson Students Fund awards school scholarships of $ 1,000 to a choose group of scholars in Grades 4 by 12. These college students reveal distinctive educational success and should have a minimal common of three.75.
The Carson Students Fund was based in 1994 by pediatric neurosurgeon Benjamin S. Carson to encourage and reward educational excellence in younger individuals. The fund has awarded greater than 7,000 scholarships and has teachers in all states and Washington, DC
Go to the Carson Students web site at www.carsonscholars.org for extra info.