Darlene Collins is pictured with her kindergarten graduates from Seaside Christian Academy.
The Indian River High School Alumni Association awarded an all-time high of 13 scholarships to students of all ages. A total of $11,850 was presented to college students and to recent high school graduates at the June 12 Alumni meeting. Ten recent graduates won the $1,000 Pride Scholarship; three alumni won the $500 Pride Scholarships;… Read more »
Seven Worcester Prep Lower School students earned Perfect Attendance Certificates for the school year. Pictured with Head of the Lower School Celeste Bunting, front from left, are Brax Giardina, John Lynch and Collin Hastings; and, back, Beckett Green, Jack Lynch, Hunter Simons and Briar Parsons. Submitted Photos
The Ocean City Elks Lodge #2645 selected 12 high school seniors to be recipients of scholarship awards. The ability to provide financial assistance to these students and past students is only possible due to the generosity of various organizations and individuals within the lodge. Pictured are Chairman Dave Poore; Ryan Sauer, $1,000; Clare Riley, $4,000; Erica Hall,… Read more »
The Art League of Ocean City annually awards scholarships for art education, funded by the Art League and the Katherine Ellen Brown Fund at the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore. Pictured, from left, are Jan Perdue and Nancy Fortney, scholarship winners Jordan Riddleberger, Tate Shockley and Rebeka Kline, and Judy Tremellen. Not pictured was… Read more »
Delmarva Christian High School senior Jayson Feld received the Captain William O. Murray Scholarship valued at $2,000 a year for four years from the board members of Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation. He was awarded the scholarship due to his active role in community and civic service, academic achievements and school involvement.
Each year, fourth- and fifth-grade Worcester Prep students read books nominated by Maryland’s annual Black-Eyed Susan Book Award contest. Students who read all 10 of the selected fiction books during the school year were rewarded for their efforts. Students who read all of the books were, from left, Lydia Schwartz, Will Wells, Emma Crivella, Isabella… Read more »
Worcester Preparatory School third-graders Stephen Carullo, left, and Beckett Green earned their first-degree black belts in Tae Kwon Do on Saturday, June 3. The students have trained the last four years at Chesapeake Martial Arts. As part of the three-hour black belt test, there was a rose ceremony where the candidates were to present a… Read more »