BBB Honors Thirteen Students of Integrity

  
     
May 02, 2013

Roanoke, VA (May 2, 2013) Thirteen Virginia high school seniors have been honored by the BBB Serving Western VA for demonstrating ethics demonstrated through leadership, community service, and overall personal integrity. The Student of Integrity Scholarship Awards Dinner was held on May 1, 2013 at the Shenandoah Club in Roanoke, VA. Thirteen students were recognized at the 10th annual event as being Students of Integrity, and awarded a $1,000 scholarship.

The exceptional students who earned this distinction are:

David Barrett, Stuarts Draft High School
Grace Boardwine, Lord Botetourt High School
Cassidy Coffey, Wilson Memorial High School
Zachary Cook, Virginia High School
Kirsten Dowdy, Eastern Montgomery High School
Jeff Feng, Radford High School
James Frisbie, Wilson Memorial High School
Katharine Hines, Altavista Combined School
Ollie Howie, William Fleming High School
Briana Massaro, Giles High School
Sejal Mistry, Northside High School
Austin Walker, Turner Ashby High School
Clarissa Whitehead, Staunton River High School

“Every year we are honored to recognize these outstanding young men and women,” said Julie Wheeler, CEO and President of BBB serving Western VA. “We believe these students have the character, determination, and personal integrity to become the leaders and mentors for their peers and communities now and in the future.”

The BBB Student of Integrity Scholarship Awards Program was established in 2003 and recognizes students that share a common truth: everything that they say and do represents a choice, and their decisions help to determine the shape of their lives.

Each year, a total of 149 public and non-public high schools within the BBB 32-county service area are invited to participate by selecting their own Students of Integrity to submit entries to the BBB. The program received over 170 entries for consideration in 2013. Since the program’s inception in 2003, the BBB has received nearly 1,200 (1,189) Scholarship Applications from 139 schools, and awarded $84,000 in scholarships to 106 deserving students representing 64 schools throughout Western VA.