2018 - 150th Anniversary Scholarship Winners Announced
We are proud to honor two students from the City of Annapolis with our second year of scholarship awards. In 2017, in honor of our 150th Anniversary, the Annapolis Police Department established a scholarship to be awarded annually to a City of Annapolis resident who is a high school senior. The Annapolis Police Department recognizes the importance of higher education and is pleased to announce two deserving and hardworking scholarship recipients. Each recipient will receive a $1,000 scholarship. These scholarships were funded through community donations and with the partnership of the local Annapolis Papa John’s Pizza.
Tyjah Brown earned a 3.19 GPA at Annapolis High School where she was inducted into the National Honor in 2016. Tyjah volunteered at the SPCA of Anne Arundel County performed community service at local parks and the Lighthouse Shelter. She has been an employee of the Boys and Girls Club since 2015. In 2018 she was nominated for the Boys and Girls Club National Youth of the Year.
Tyjah will attend the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. She would like to major in Education or Social Work. Her Art teacher Ms. Pendleton states that, “Tyjah demonstrates great personal and academic maturation.”
Delaney May earned a 3.97 GPA at South River High School where she was enrolled in the rigorous STEM magnet program. She was involved in numerous clubs including the Technology Students Association, Key Club and STEM Advisory Board. She was a STEM mentor intern at the Wiley H. Bates Boys and Girls Club, mentored elementary school students at Centro de Ayuda’s Leadership and Learning Program and tutored at a homework club at Edgewater Elementary.
Delaney was also a member of the following honor societies; Sociedad Honoria Hispanica, the N National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta. Her high school counselor wrote, “She is a driving force in the school and the community who sets an example by her work ethic and leadership.”
2017 APD Scholarship Winners
2017 - 150th Anniversary Scholarship Winners Announced
In honor of our 150th Anniversary, the Annapolis Police Department is proud to honor three students from the City of Annapolis with our first ever Scholarship Award. The Annapolis Police Department recognizes the importance of higher education and is pleased to announce three deserving and hardworking scholarship recipients. Each recipient will receive a $1,000 scholarship. We were able to fund three scholarships, instead of our goal of two, through community donations and with the partnership of the local Annapolis Papa John’s Pizza.
Champagne Hunt earned a 3.23 GPA at Annapolis High School where she played softball and was involved in the Links Leadership program and member of the National Technical Honor Society. Champagne maintained perfect attendance and was enrolled in the Honors Dental Assisting program at the Center of Applied Technology. Champagne is committed to her community. She volunteers at the Boys and Girls Club of Annapolis and is a homework helper at the recreation centers.
Champagne is the first female in her family to attend college. Her school counselor from Annapolis High School states that “This goal oriented young lady realized that she had a greater purpose in life. When life got her down, she got back up. When doors were closed, she found a way to open a window. She knew there was something bigger than her in the world and she is going for it.”
Jamar Turner earned a 3.43 GPA at Annapolis High School where he was enrolled in the rigorous International Baccalaureate program. He was involved in numerous clubs including the National Honor Society and the Student Government Association. He volunteers his time and energy throughout the community including the Lighthouse Shelter, Relay for Life, and the Winter Relief Program at Mt. Zion Methodist Church.
His high school counselor wrote, “If you are lucky enough to meet this young man you will find a personable, charismatic, intelligent leader. His compassion for others shows in everything he does.”
Daniela Marciano earned a 3.92 GPA at Annapolis High School where she participated in indoor track and spearheaded the formation of new clubs and furthered the mission of others. She founded a Drunk Driving Awareness Program in collaboration with the Anne Arundel County Police and Fire Departments. Daniela brought new ideas to the Key Club and the organization flourished under her leadership by going from 20 members to more than 50. Daniela transferred from a high school in North Carolina to Annapolis High School her junior year.
Her high school counselor wrote, “It did not take Daniela long to stand out amongst her peers. She quickly became involved in the school community. Not only joining but bringing new ideas and a willingness to do the work to make them happen.”