During her time at Trinity, Sally has participated in several activities and organizations. She served as the Junior Class President. She has been involved with the Science Society and the Latin Club. Sally participates with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Operation Smile Club, and the FOCUS Club. She is also a member of the Bucket Squad which supports Trinity’s sports teams at their games. As a Trail Guide member, Sally will provide support or guidance for new students at the school. She is also a STAR Tour Guide where gives hour long tours of the campus to prospective families.
As a member of Trinity’s Field Hockey team, Sally has been recognized for numerous achievements. In 2017 she was chosen for the 2nd Team All Metro and the All LIS Team. Also in 2017 she finished the season 2nd in scoring and 1st in assists. For the 2018 season she was named a captain, and is the leading goal scorer while 2nd in assists. The Richmond Times Dispatch named Sally a Top 5 Player to Watch following her 2017 selection for the US Field Hockey U-16 Junior Olympics. From 2016-2018 Sally has been listed on the US Field Hockey Top 100 2019’s. Sally will be continuing to play field hockey for William and Mary following her sophomore year commitment to their team.
Sally has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award interview to learn more about Sally! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!
Throughout her 4 years at Maggie Walker, Narmeen has participated in a wide range of clubs and activities. She is a four year member of the school’s Honor Council. She is in her second year of the School Advisory Committee. As a freshman, Narmeen founded the school’s UNICEF Club and is the Co-President currently. She is also a member of the Future Medical Professionals Club where she serves as the Co-President. As a senior, she is a Co-President of the Model UN. Sophomore year Narmeen founded the school’s Baking Club and serves as a Co-President. Other involvement includes the Arabic Club, Bhangra Club and Piano Lessons. Outside of Maggie Walker, Narmeen has completed an research internship at the University of Iowa in a Pharmacology Lab.
Narmeen has played Varsity Tennis since freshman year. Every season she has played number 2 singles and number 1 doubles. She served as the 2018 captain. As a freshman and sophomore, Narmeen was the 2A State Singles Runner-Up and the 2A State Doubles Champion. In 2018 as a junior she was the State Doubles Runner-Up. The Maggie Walker team is the 2A
State Champion for both 2017 and 2018.
Over the last dew years Narmeen has put forth her time to numerous service projects including leading a charity fashion show which raised over $1,600 for Charity: Water. This effort included sewing over 35 articles of clothing, coordinating logistics, gathering volunteers and marketing. During her senior year, Narmeen will take on the role of Director of Charitable Giving for the 22nd Governor’s School Model UN Conference. She will be responsible for the fundraising of $10,000 by March of 2019. She has also spent over 200 hours as a Bon Secours St. Francis Patient Response Volunteer. Other organizations she’s spent time with include: the Autism Society of Central Virginia, the Susan G Komen Teen Advisory Board, UNOS 5K, and Habitat for Humanity.
Narmeen has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award interview to learn more about Narmeen! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!
Lexus of Richmond’s week 6 nominee for the Leadership Award Scholarship is Eve Maddock of Saint Gertrude High School. With her current 4.49 GPA, Eve has received two perfect scores on final AP exams and a 33 out of 36 on the ACT test. She has received recognition from Saint Gertrude for her achievements in various subjects with the Spanish, Geometry, English Department Awards (5 awards in total). Eve has also been selected by the school for the Cultural Arts Award and twice for the Presidential Service Award. As a sophomore Eve received the National Spanish Exam Gold Award. As a junior Eve was awarded the Harvard Book Award and Saint Michael’s College Book Award and Scholarship.
During Eve’s time at Saint Gertrude she has participated in a number of activities. Freshman year she joined the World Language Club; now as a fourth year member, she is the group’s President. Eve is a member of the Model General Assembly and a Student Cooperative Representative. As a sophomore she was the Class Secretary and Treasurer. Beginning junior year Eve is a peer tutor for Spanish and math. Eve is a student ambassador coordinator where she gives tours to perspective students. She has also been involved in SPAAP (Spreading Positive Attitudes Among Peers) and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions).
While attending Saint Gertrude, Eve has been a member of the volleyball teams since freshman year. As a freshman she was named the JV MVP, and she then followed up as the JV captain during her sophomore season. She is now in her second year on the Varsity team where she plays as a setter. With the JV basketball team, Eve was named the MVP in 9th grade and served as captain in 10th. She has also been on the Varsity basketball team since 10th grade. She plays as a guard, and was selected for the Most Improved Player Award. During her freshman and sophomore year, Eve ran on the Varsity track team. Both seasons she was named MVP.
Over the last few years, Eve has volunteered her time for worthy organizations. She has spent time with the Virginia State Parks Youth Conservation Corps. Eve has volunteered to help run a summer coding camp at Saint Gertrude. Following a trip to Haiti with a few classmates, Eve started a campaign to benefit the girls campus of an orphanage in Hinche, Haiti. To read more about her experience, click here.
Eve has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award interview to learn more about Eve! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!
Throughout his time at St. Christopher’s, Joe has been involved in numerous clubs and organizations. Joe is a co-founder and co-president of the Investment Club at St. Chris. Since his sophomore year this group has focused on basic personal finance and investment strategies, and they manage a $10k portfolio together. Joe is in his 2nd year as a Peer Advisor to the freshmen as a way to help the transition into high school. He is currently in his 3rd year of the Quiz Bowl Team where Joe is serving as the captain, and the group will compete on Battle of the Brains. In the summer of 2018 Joe held an internship with Lawton Park Capital Management where he worked with an analyst to research stocks and develop an investment thesis plus make stock recommendations.
A four year member of the Cross Country team, Joe is a two year captain. In 2017 the team competed and won several titles including: Pole Green XC Classic Champions (small school varsity division), Fork Union Cross Country Invitational Champions, Prep League Champions, and the VISAA Division 1 State Champions. In 2018 Joe finished the Pole Green XC Classic in 4th place. Joe has been a starter on the Varsity Tennis team since 10th grade, and will be a captain as a senior. In 2016 the team won the Prep League Championship. He is also a member of the Indoor Track team where in 2016 and 2017, they won the Prep League Championship and the State Championship in 2016.
Joe is certainly no stranger to giving time to his community. He has spent roughly 30 hours volunteering for FeedMore: an organization that delivers food/meals to those in need in the Central Virginia area. He has also spent 20-25 hours of time with classmates volunteering in Richmond’s East End. Through his time as a Boy Scout, Joe worked on numerous community service projects. Most impressive on this list would be his Eagle Scout Project. He spent over 55 hours of diligent planning and working to restore an outdoor classroom and learning garden at Greenfield Elementary School.
Joe has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award interview to learn more about Joe! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!
At the beginning of his junior year, Walker joined the Freeman Scholastic Bowl Team. The team was competing with three brand new members, and they went on to win the 2018 Battle of the Brains and the 2018 Regional Championship. The group went on to take 3rd at the VHSL State Championship. Walker is currently a counselor at Passages Adventure Camp where he concentrates on rock climbing instruction. Following an injury to his hand while rock climbing, Walker began researching potential cures to his ligament damage and cartilage damage. This sparked interest in medical research has now lead to the creation of his own academic blog.
Since climbing at Peak Experiences, Walker has become a part of the Competitive Climbing Team. In 2015 he was the Regional Champion in Bouldering which is a specific discipline in climbing. This is the climbing of a smaller formation or wall without the use of ropes or a harness. In 2016 he competed in the Bouldering National Competition. Walker has also competed at the Dominion Riverrock Boulder Bash Competition.
During his high school years Walker has volunteered with the Anna Julia Cooper School. This is an independent private school which provides full tuition to students of “limited economic resources” from Richmond’s East End. Additionally through the help of his boss at Passages Adventure Camp, Walker is now the founder and operator of a Climbing Cooperative Program at the Anna Julia Cooper School.
Walker has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award interview to learn more about Walker! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!
An active participant in Collegiate’s community, Mohini has been involved in numerous activities throughout high school. She is currently the Co-President of the Darr -Davis Investment Board as well as the President of the Spanish Club. Mohini is a two year member of the Collegiate Community Council. Since 2017 Mohini has been a peer tutor in chemistry and an admissions tour leader. She served as an ambassador for the International Emerging Leaders Conference put on by Collegiate. Outside of school Mohini participates in piano lessons, classical Indian dance, painting and ceramics.
As a junior Mohini served as a captain to three varsity sports including: cross country, winter track and spring track. She is the current captain of the cross country team in her senior season. Mohini has received honors like the Coaches Award, Spirit Award and the Team Award across the three sports. Mohini was named All-LIS at the 2018 LIS Cross Country Championship. In 2016 she received an Honorable Mention All-State selection for the 4×800 relay. As a junior she was named to the 1st Team All-LIS, 1st Team All-Metro, and All-State Honorable Mention all for the 4×800 relay.
Since 2013 Mohini has been involved in Sportable. This non-profit organization plans various sporting events for people of all ages with disabilities or special needs. As a senior she was selected to lead the Collegiate retreat Community: Challenges and Leadership for the Collegiate seventh graders. Starting in 2017 Mohini is a student helper for the admission department at Collegiate. She has been a member of the Collegiate Community Council and is a volunteer tutor at the Saturday Academy at Oak Grove Bellemeade School.
Mohini has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award interview to learn more about Mohini! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!
In her time at St. Catherine’s Eliza has been involved in numerous activities and organizations. In 2017 she founded the school’s Chemistry Club. She has been a member of the Chinese Club since 2015, and she received recognition for the Youth Chinese Test 3 years in a row. From 2015 through 2017 Eliza was also a Student Ambassador for her school.
Eliza has been a member of the indoor and outdoor track, cross country and softball teams while attending St. Catherine’s. On the indoor track team since 2016 Eliza is a captain for her senior season. In 2018 she was chosen for the All Metro 1st Team and received an All State Honorable Mention. Eliza joined the outdoor track team in 2018 and earned a spot on the All Metro 1st Team. Additionally in 2018 both the indoor and outdoor track teams won the LIS and State Championships. Outside of her school career, Eliza is a competitive skier on the Wintergreen Race Team. A part of this racing team since 2008, she traveled with the group to Austria in 2015 and 2017 for extended summer training.
As a member of First Presbyterian Church, Eliza assists a fellow member family with sextuplets get to and from church every week. She has also been a preschool summer camp teacher at her church. She has spent time volunteering for organizations such as the Hilliard House, Caritas and Shalom Farms. In 2017 Eliza volunteered at iCan Shine Organization, and helped disabled children learn to ride bicycles.
Eliza has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award interview to learn more about Eliza! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!
Since sophomore year, Lisa has been involved in student government as the Class of 2019 Treasurer at Maggie Walker. In 2018 Lisa completed a Medical Science internship with VCU. Throughout all four years of high school, Lisa has been in the Model UN where she has served as the Committee Chair. She is also a member of Maggie Walker’s Spanish Club (2018-2019 Treasurer) and the RAMPS Club (2018-2019 Club Secretary). Other involvement includes the ASL Club, the HACK Club and writing for Maggie Walker’s Literary Magazine.
A varsity golf team member since freshman year, Lisa has served as a captain. She received the coaches award in 2015. She qualified for the VHSL Golf State Championship in 2016, and in 2017 she finished in the top 20. Outside of golf, Lisa is also a four year member of the varsity basketball team and a two year captain.
Lisa has won a dinner for two and is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship. Watch the Fox Richmond – WRLH interview and the Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award interview to learn more about Lisa! Remember to check Facebook for more information about each weekly nominee throughout the school year!
Each week will feature one new high school senior student athlete. Every student featured will have been nominated by their respective school officials. The nominees are all qualified individuals who excel in the classroom, in athletics, in extra circulars, and are heavily involved in their community. At the end of the school year, the 30 nominees will be celebrated with a banquet where a winner will be announced, and he or she will receive a $10,000 scholarship!
The 23rd Annual Lexus of Richmond Leadership Award program had another excellent with year with 30 incredible, high school senior nominees! We hope you enjoyed getting to know these student-athlete scholarship nominees as we did this past school year. Our winner was chosen based on academic performance, athletic achievement, extra curricular activities and contributions to the community.
Having spent 4 years on the Varsity Soccer team, Lexi was selected as the captain for her senior season. In 2016 she was the leading goal scorer and won the most improved player award. She received accolades such as 1st Team All Conference, 1st Team All Region, and 2nd Team All State. Additionally she lettered two times for Varsity Gymnastics. Outside of athletics, Lexi was the Center for Information Technology Historian. She served as the Vice President for the Girls of the Center for Information Technology club. Lexi was the Student Council Association Class Historian. She was even selected for the Henrico County Student Congress representing Deep Run. Additionally Lexi was a member of Deep Run organizations such as: Beta Club, Key Club and the Programming Team.
Giving back to the community plays a significant role in our scholarship, and Lexi is certainly no exception! Lexi spent time with the organization Caritas. She participated in a mission trip to Raleigh, North Carolina. Lexi was a member of the student organization SODA (Student Organization for Developing Attitudes). The SODA club is a group of high school students who mentor elementary children to help improve self esteem and assist with attitudes and social issues. She tutored fellow students at school in math and science, and she volunteered with various events put on at Deep Run and for the Center for Information Technology.
We at Lexus of Richmond applaud Lexi for her academic achievement, athletic skill, commitment to extra curricular activities and time spent helping the community. We are pleased to present and support this outstanding young lady. We know Lexi will continue to excel as she moves forward and continues to experience amazing.