A graduate of North Myrtle Beach High School (Little River, SC), will use her scholarship at Winthrop University to study psychology as she pursues a career as a guidance counselor. Keyana was the student body president, varsity cheer captain and homecoming queen. In addition to school and community activities, she maintained a rigorous academic schedule.
A graduate of Hanahan High School (Hanahan, SC), will use her scholarship at the College of Charleston to pursue a career in journalism, and will study communications and international studies. Mariam was active in various school and community organizations, including as a volunteer tutor for the Hanahan High English Learner Program.
A graduate of Stratford High School (Goose Creek, SC) will use her scholarship at the University of South Carolina to study exercise science and wishes to become an occupational therapist. Sarah was an active volunteer throughout her high school career and was recognized for her scholastic aptitude.
Liam Myhill of Lexington High School (Lexington, SC), will use his scholarship at Clemson University to study mechanical engineering. Liam was active leader in numerous school and community-based activities and earned the distinction of “Eagle Scout.”
A graduate of Carvers Bay High School (Hemingway, SC), will use her scholarship at Coastal Carolina University to study biology in her pursuit to become a physician’s assistant. A talented artist and member of the MJROTC, Armani was also active in various school activities and was awarded FIRST Robotics Rookie All Star Award.
A graduate of Summerville High School (Summerville, SC), will use his scholarship at University of South Carolina to study psychology and purse a future as an attorney. Jeremy has been recognized for his dedicated community and church service.