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Barzin Badiee




University Attending: UCLA

Academic Awards & Honors

  • 1st Place in the Biomedical & Health Sciences Category at the 2022 Loudoun County Regional Science & Engineering Fair

  • Top 100 17-Year-Old Chess Players in the Nation

  • 2021 US National Chemistry Olympiad Semifinalist, Top Scorer in Region

  • 2022 Winter Track 4x800m Relay Regional Competitor + 1000m District Competitor

  • President of Science National Honor Society

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Sophia Kenneded


University Attending: University of Virginia

Academic Awards & Honors

  • Science & Environmental Seal

  • Civics Seal

  • Service Learning Award

  • Student of the Year (2022)

  • AP Scholar

  • Entrepreneurship Individual Series Achievement Award


Community Service - Cancer-Related

  • Aid2Day Cancer Research Fundraising

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Daryn E Dickens




University Attending:  Howard University


Academic Awards & Honors

  • Albert A. Foster Scholarship for Golf

  • National Honor Society

  • Varsity Golf (Lettered)

  • Gold Award

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Lillie Puck





University Attending: University of Virginia


Academic Awards & Honors

  • 1st Prize Regional Fair & Alternate Grand Prize Winner at FCPS Science & Engineering Fair

  • US Agency for International Development (USAID): 1st Achievement Medal

  • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA): CIA Award (Ceremony and Tour)

  • National Honor Society

  • Awarded 45,000 menstrual pad donation to her organization, "Let's Talk About Periods" from Procter & Gamble company, to distribute to 11 women's and domestic violence shelters across Northern Virginia

Taylor Broudy

Dr. LaToya Smith Scholarship Recipient

Howard University Medical School


Academic Success

  • Taylor’s academic success continued through college, and she ultimately graduated from The University of California, Davis, earning a B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in 2019.

  • At UC Davis, Taylor graduated in the top 2% of the College of Biological Sciences and was the only African American to be awarded a prestigious citation for “Outstanding Academic Achievement” by The College in the Class of 2019.

"I plan to pursue general surgery to one day become a pediatric surgeon. Because I am passionate about ensuring children’s well-being, I feel it is where I can do the most good. I was raised to believe in the Sunday School phrase, “A child saved is a soul saved plus a life.” Becoming a pediatric surgeon will place me in a position to add tremendous value to children’s lives by providing quality medicine and community-wide care."

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