Scholarship

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.

How to Apply

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. The applications will be available for 2022 scholarships on January 1, 2022.

Submission Information

Christopher D. Clarke, CAMPUS Program Manager
Loudoun County Public Schools
21000 Education Court, Ashburn, VA 20148
Chris.Clarke@lcps.org
Phone: (571) 252-1017
Fax: (571) 252-1245

If you have a question or need additional information, please email info@loudounlaurels.org.

Mentorship Program

A significant part of the Loudoun Laurels Foundation’s scholarship program is providing resources to our students during their college years. Members of the Advisory Committee have established relationships with students, assisting them with internships, job placement and career counseling. The Board of Directors has hosted semi-annual luncheons for members of the Advisory Committee and our scholarship recipients to get together and share their experiences and progress each year. The COVID-19 pandemic prevented the Foundation from hosting these events during 2020 and the first half of 2021. In August 2021, the Foundation’s Board plans to host a networking event for its Gala sponsors, Advisory Committee Members and Loudoun Laurels Scholars.

In the Fall of 2021, the Foundation will launch its formal training program for mentors to enhance the mentorship program and develop profiles of students and matching them with the member of the Advisory Committee whose career and life experiences match most closely the career plans and personal interests of the students. The Foundation currently is seeking applications for a part-time program director for its mentorship program. For information about this position, please contact pdaly@loudounlaurels.org.

Loudoun Laurels Scholars

2021 – 2025

Carla Martinez-Borja
Park View High School, CAMPUS
George Mason University

Wendy Ramirez
Park View High School, CAMPUS
George Mason University

2020 – 2024

Breni Portales-Escobar
Park View High School
University of Virginia

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