Manassas City Public Schools Education Foundation (MCPSEF) recently awarded seven
academic scholarships to Class of 2021 Osbourn High School graduates for a total of $12,5000.
Due to the pandemic, the annual Scholarship Night was held virtually with scholarship sponsors,
families, School Board members and Osbourn High School teachers and administrators.

The Micron and Lockheed Martin STEM scholarships are awarded to students planning to
pursue careers in Science Technology Engineering or Math. Recipients included:
● Annay Chakravorty, who plans to attend Virginia Tech and pursue computational
modeling/data analytics;
● Escarlet Roque Lopez plans to attend Northern Virginia Community College and then a
4-year college toward an aerospace engineering career;
● Malachi Williams will attend Marymount University to pursue a cybersecurity career.

The Delegate Harry J. Parrish Community Service Scholarship is awarded to a senior who holds leadership positions in community/school activities. The 2021 recipient, Madelynn Warren, completed 100+ hours of community service in high school and will attend James Madison University.

Designed for a student seeking a four-year degree and career in the artistic field, the Fine Arts
Scholarship, sponsored by Imagine Design, was awarded to senior Sage McAndrew who will
attend Belmont University for a career in vocal performance/commercial music.

The Mays Family Scholarship is awarded to a senior attending a technical school or community
college. This year’s recipient, Madison French, is attending Northern Virginia Community
College and wants to become a nurse practitioner.

New this year is the Apple Future Teacher Scholarship, awarded to a senior who intends to be
a classroom teacher and represents diversity in the profession. It is sponsored by the former
Apple Federal Credit Union Education Foundation. Marco Seaberg is our inaugural recipient and
will attend James Madison University to become a teacher.

The Manassas City Public Schools Education Foundation unites the community to support
innovation, excellence and leadership for the students and teachers of Manassas City Public
Schools. Established in 1992, we are proud to be supported by large and small businesses, civic
associations and individuals invested in the education of our 7,600 students.