<lst>Know something that should be featured in College Notes? Awards? Honors? Special events? Fax a brief write-up to 703-917-0991.
<lst>Jeffrey Barnes Callaway, a 1999 graduate of James Madison High School, has been awarded the Loretta R. Donnelly Memorial Accounting Scholarship. The scholarship was presented from Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business at the Department of Accounting and Information Systems Awards Banquet on April 19. A rising senior, Jeff plans to continue his studies at Virginia Tech working towards a master’s degree in accounting.
Ellen Fulco, daughter of Judy and Bruce Fulco of Vienna, recently performed on clarinet with the Kenyon College Woodwind Quintet. A graduate of James Madison High School, Fulco is a first-year student at Kenyon College in Ohio.
Laura Elizabeth Root, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Root of Vienna, has been selected by Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg for Honors Admission for the fall of 2002. Honors Admission is offered to students who apply early and who have an outstanding high school performance record and SAT scores. She is currently a senior at George C. Marshall High School, where she is a member of the National Honor Society, the Spanish Honor Society and the Science Honor Society.
Randolph-Macon "College Awards Scholarship to George C. Marshall High School Student
Blake E. Smith, a senior at George C. Marshall High School and a resident of Vienna, has been awarded a Presidential Scholarship from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia. Smith, who is the son of Debbie and Ray Smith of Vienna, will attend Randolph Macon College in the fall.
All applicants to Randolph-Macon College are automatically considered for Presidential Scholarships, which range from $5,000 to $15,000. The scholarship rewards outstanding academic achievement in high school and is renewable for four years when a student maintains an excellent college record. This year Randolph-Macon College offered more than 465 scholarships to prospective students.
More than half the students attending Randolph-Macon College receive some form of scholarship or financial aid.
For more information, contact Anne Hagerty at (804) 752-3712 or firstname.lastname@example.org..
Allison Lee Carr, daughter of Jon and Arlene Carr of Vienna received a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Agricultural Science, cum laude, from Truman State University. Carr, a graduate of James Madison High School, was involved with Delta Tau Alpha and the Horsemans' Association. She will be working at Cavallo Farm, Inc. in Chantilly.