Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce announces scholarship winners

Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of CommerceThe Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation annually recognizes academic achievers in the area with $1,000 scholarships for vocational or technical school, credentialing programs, or a two- or four-year college.

Students selected for the scholarships will be honored during a reception at the Plecker Workforce Center on the campus of Blue Ridge Community College on May 7.

Scholarship awardees are selected based on financial need, one-page essay or video presentation, teacher reference, school and community activities, and transcripts.

2018 Academic Achiever winners

Wilson Memorial HS:

  • Samantha Brooks
  • Hayley Gomez
  • Erica Sanders

Stuarts Draft HS:

  • Rachel Watts
  • Monique Ayers

Riverheads HS:

  • Mia Kyler
  • Kajsia Polky
  • Jackson Shover

Buffalo Gap HS:

  • Dylan Rankin
  • Cheyenne Sherwood
  • Brandon Propst

Fishburne Military School:

  • Justin Payne

Fort Defiance HS:

  • Kevin Campbell
  • Daniella Posada
  • Maelynn Marie Hunter

Grace Christian School:

  • Anna Belle Lihos

Waynesboro HS:

  • Samantha Brooks
  • Lauren Cahall
  • Latavia Herndon
  • Samantha Dixon
  • Nya Scott

Robert E. Lee HS:

  • Elizabeth Shepard
  • Sheriz Chrisley-Strickler
  • Gracie Elizabeth Warren

Valley Career and Technical Center:

  • Raegan Glenn
  • Kaylee Pitsenbarger


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