Each year, the CBGS Education Foundation awards a scholarship to one student at each campus of the Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School:

2021 Scholarship Winners

We are proud to announce the 2021 scholarship winners!

Randy Brown Memorial Scholarship (Warsaw Campus)

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“My time at CBGS has been nothing short of the highlight of my high school experience, and I am truly grateful to have had the opportunity to be a part of such an unforgettable school and to have studied alongside so many unforgettable people.”  Additionally, she shared, “Being a member of a governor’s school has taught me the importance of surrounding yourself with likeminded peers.”  – Maggie Collins

Sherry Pettyjohn Scholarship (Glenns Campus)

Katie Brooke – Old Dominion University

”I have always considered myself to be a hard worker and devoted person in school, and this program and my CBGS teachers have taught me to never give up and to achieve my goals.  I want to thank the teachers and administrators at Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School for pushing me every day and shaping me into becoming a dedicated person to my schooling, environment, and community.”   – Katie Brooke

Eric Lund Memorial Scholarship (Bowling Green Campus)

Sofia Harrison – Johns Hopkins University

“Whenever I refer to CBGS as a group, I always say my CBGS family. The classmates that stood beside me throughout my CBGS years are the people who I can be the most me. My CBGS classmates are the pals who will always be there for me and each other.  They all individually have taught me lessons that I will forever keep close to my heart; but, the one lesson where they all have taught me is to always stay true to yourself. At CBGS, no one is judged or looked upon for being themselves, and I find great beauty in that since it is quite rare.” – Sofia Harrison

Previous Scholarship Winners

To view winners from previous years, visit the Scholarship Winners Archive.