Kenwood High student named 2019 Carson Scholar, 29 previously named scholars recognized for excellence

Carson Scholars FundTOWSON, MD – Sixteen Baltimore County Public Schools students have been named 2019 Carson Scholars by the Carson Scholars Fund. In addition, 29 BCPS students previously named Carson Scholars are being honored for their excellence.

The students are:

2019 Carson Scholars
Autumn Blackwell, Grade 11, Kenwood High
Ellie Carr, Grade 5, Sparks Elementary
Zachary Chait, Grade 5, Summit Park Elementary
Gabriella Chalker, Grade 11, Hereford High
Marlee Fox, Grade 8, Pikesville Middle
Sofia Grose, Grade 11, Towson High
Shilah James, Grade 5, Milbrook Elementary
Lailah Khan, Grade 5, Bedford Elementary
Minseo Kim, Grade 11, Dulaney High
Naomi Knox, Grade 8, Loch Raven Technical Academy
Khaden Moyd, Grade 4, Woodholme Elementary
Bradley Nadolny, Grade 5, Cromwell Valley Elementary
Anuoluwa Onawumi, Grade 5, Wellwood International
Kaylyn Parks, Grade 5, Rodgers Forge Elementary
Samuel Suchin, Grade 10, Pikesville High
Caroline Weigel, Grade 8, Hereford Middle


2019 Recognized Scholars
Omoleye Adeyemi, Grade 11, Chesapeake High
Maelan Altberger, Grade 6, Hereford Middle
Reza Amanahu, Grade 8, Sudbrook Magnet Middle
Isabel Armstrong, Grade 6, Pikesville Middle
Preston Averiyire, Grade 7, Stemmers Run Middle
Charlotte Bauermann, Grade 6, Hereford Middle
Emerson Davis, Grade 7, Hereford Middle
Alana Fisher, Grade 11, Pikesville High
Isaac Garonzik, Grade 6, Pikesville Middle
Richard Garriques III, Grade 10, Perry Hall High
Annabelle Grenzer, Grade 7, Hereford Middle
Macie Hakim, Grade 10, Towson High
Makenna Hakim, Grade 11, Towson High
Miguel Iglesias, Grade12, Towson High
Chidalu Ike, Grade 6, Deer Park Middle Magnet
Payten Littlejohn, Grade 7, Sudbrook Magnet Middle
Jessica Lobell. Grade 11, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology
Gregory Mann, Grade 7, Pikesville Middle
Benjamin Matz, Grade 10, Pikesville High
Kara Poling, Grade 11, Franklin High
Alicia Poling, Grade 10, George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology
Payton Predmore, Grade 12, Towson High
Sadie Rosenfeld, Grade 8, Pikesville Middle
Catherine Smith, Grade 8, Hereford Middle
Hannah Stoitchkov, Grade 8, Dumbarton Middle
Jacob Swink, Grade 11, Dundalk High School
Benjamin Talesnik, Grade 9, Pikesville High
Diana Tran, Grade 11, Perry Hall High
Caroline Zappas, Grade12, Towson High

Carson Scholars are students in Grades 4-11 who display outstanding academic achievement (at least a 3.75 GPA) and humanitarian qualities. New scholars receive a $1,000 college scholarship

The 2019 Carson Scholars and Recognized Scholars will be honored at the Maryland Awards Banquet on Sunday, May 5, at 2 p.m. The event will be held at Martin’s West.


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