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) fourth grade science project hypothesis crestor and ipf lawsuits comparisons essays examples thesis on health education gsb application essays priligy uk forum phd thesis biotechnology am good friend essay interview essay go to link celebrex as a drug biomonitoring of environmental pollution essay botany essay editing for hire persuasive essay notes mla format for essay doxycycline pneumonia genre lesson multi paper plan research book of essay arguments ole miss admissions essay ap practice essays source hydrochlorothiazide and lasix watch best expository essay proofreading site Maggie Collins – University of Virginia

“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.