Scholarship Announcement – ​​Farmville

Each year, Buckingham County High School students apply for competitive scholarships to support post-secondary education and training. These students have worked hard throughout their high school years and are well deserving of these honours. We are so grateful to our many donors. Through these scholarships, donors support the future of our community. Buckingham High School holds an annual ceremony to celebrate these students. This year’s event was held in person for the first time since 2019. We are proud to recognize the following students from the class of 2022:

• Jaylen Anderson – Carolyn Y. Banks Memorial Scholarship $1,000, Jasmine C. Benson Memorial Scholarship $500, Commonwealth Alliance for Drug Rehabilitation and Education (CADRE) $500, Dr. Samuel S. Jones Memorial Scholarship $2,000, South James River Community Foundation $1,000, Tadros George Scholarship $10,000, Harry F. Byrd Leadership Award $20,000, GRASP Last Dollar Scholarship $1,000 and SOAR up to $2,000.

• Emma Bickford – Sallie A. Mowbray Memorial Scholarship of $1,000 and Katherine R. Wingo Scholarship of $2,500.

• Faith Biggers – Captain RL Jamerson Honorary Scholarship for Public Service $500

• Nevaeh Booker: up to $2,000

• Lakya Brown – $6,000 Educational Credit Management Corporation Scholarship and $1,000 South James River Community Foundation Scholarship.

• Cadence Campbell – Jasmine C. Benson Memorial Scholarship $500, Dr. Samuel S. Jones Memorial Scholarship $2,000 and Tenaska Scholarship $1,500.

• Jordan Chambers – UP to $2,000

• Nikia Chambers – Harrison K. Davis Memorial Scholarship $1,000, Commonwealth Alliance for Drug Rehabilitation and Education (CADRE) $500, Educational Credit Management Corporation Scholarship $6,000, South James River Community Foundation Scholarship $1,000, Tadros George Scholarship 5 $000 and Cody A. Woodson Memorial Scholarship $500.

• Cody Cummings – UP to $2,000

• Skylar Davis – UP to $2,000

• $1,000 Grace Dunkum – Kish G. Heslip Memorial Scholarship and $2,000 Meghan C. Snoddy Memorial Scholarship.

• Cooper Fraser – $2,000 Dr. Samuel S. Jones Memorial Scholarship and $1,000 Peter Francisco Soil and Water Conservation District Scholarship.

• Liana Friedel – UP to $2,000

• Ashanti Hall: up to $2,000

• Kaitlyn Hucks – Knights Pink Ribbon (Bersch) $1,000 Scholarship, Ella Senger Payne Memorial Scholarship $1,000, Sharon Dowdy Tew Memorial Scholarship $1,000 and Towler Scholarship $1,000.

• Wesley Lunt – Bonnie L. Wood Memorial Scholarship $1,000

• Alex Morris – Educational Credit Management Corporation Scholarship $6,000

• Maura Myles – 2021 Graduate – Dudley R. West Memorial Scholarship $3,000

• Casey Parker – UP to $2,000

• Haley Peins – Meghan C. Snoddy Memorial Scholarship $2,000

• Dustin Pierson – UP to $2,000

• Lauren Randolph – South James River Community Foundation $1,000, SOAR up to $2,000 and Tadros George Scholarship $2,500.

• Braedyn Schaeffer – Harrison K. Davis Memorial Scholarship $1,000

• Morgan Small – 2020 Graduate – Dudley R. West Memorial Scholarship $4,000

• Minnie Wallace – ROTC Scholarship – Tuition for 3 years

• Tanner Wise – John and Jean Buschmann Memorial Scholarship $1,000, Dr. Samuel S. Jones Memorial Scholarship $2,000, Farmer’s Bank of Appomattox – Invest in Tomorrow Grant $1,000, Peter Francisco Soil and Water Conservation District Scholarship $1,000 and Dudley R. West Memorial Scholarship $8,000.

• Jayden Woodson – FD Johns Memorial Scholarship $1,000

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