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Education Foundation announces 34 recipients of scholarships totaling $33,730

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools has announced 34 recipients of its scholarships this year. The total value of the scholarships awarded is $33,730.

The foundation presents scholarships that it funds directly – STEM (Science, Technology, Mathematics, and Engineering) and BEEF (Business, Economics, Entrepreneur, and Finance) scholarships – as well as scholarships it manages for private philanthropic donors.

The 2020 BCPS graduates receiving scholarships through the foundation are:

  • 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

Because school award ceremonies could not be held this year, scholarship recipients will be honored via social media platforms.

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“We celebrate the Class of 2020 and wish every graduate wonderful days ahead,” said Deborah Phelps, executive director of The Education Foundation. “We invite families, organizations, and companies to join us in honoring BCPS graduates by considering launching an Education Foundation Scholarship Fund. 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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