Scholarship

The Loudoun Laurels Stewardship Trust Scholarship Recipients

The Loudoun Laurels Stewardship Trust provides each of its scholars up to $10,000 per year, renewable each year for four years, to cover tuition and fees leading to an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university in the Commonwealth of Virginia.


 

LOUDOUN LAURELS’ SCHOLARS

 

2019 – 2023

  • Maria-Paula Proano, Riverside High School – CAMPUS, George Mason University
  • Luis Enrique Gamboa Robles, Park View High School – AVID, George Mason University
  • Eduardo Trujillo, Tuscarora High School – AVID, The University of Virginia

2018 – 2022

  • Sulma Hernandez, Loudoun Valley High School- CAMPUS, Northern Virginia Community College 
  • Ashley Cardenas-Alviar, Loudoun County High School- AVID, Virginia Commonwealth University 
  • Jayla Grooms, Heritage High School, Virginia State University
  • Juan Aguilar, Tuscarora High School – AVID, Northern Virginia Community College 

2017 – 2021

  • Zyonne Martin, Dominion High School,  Virginia Tech
  • Haydee Lissette Portillo, Park View High School, Virginia Tech

2016 – 2020

  • Ngozi Akingbesote, Dominion High School, The University of Virginia (J. Lambert Scholar)
  • Jenae Barnes, Briar Woods High School, Northern Virginia Community College (J. Lambert Scholar)
  • Sumeet Saini, Briar Woods High School, Christopher Newport University (J. Lambert Scholar)
  • Dina Tinta, Woodgrove High School, The University of Virginia (Wyatt Family Scholar)

2015 – 2019

  • Justin Mooney, Park View High School, The University of Virginia (Middleburg Bank/Joseph L. Boling Scholar
  • Carlos Perez, Loudoun County High School, Old Dominion University
  • Quentin Watts, Woodgrove High School, Christopher Newport University

2014 – 2018

  • Sharozia Imtiaz, Loudoun County High School, Northern Virginia Community College
  • Ahmed Youssef, Loudoun County High School, Northern Virginia Community College

2013 – 2017

  • Sara Litke, Loudoun County High School, Old Dominion University
  • Juan Najera, Loudoun County High School, Christopher Newport University