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Megan Lee, Week 5 Nominee

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Megan Lee, Week 5 Nominee

Congratulations, Megan Lee of Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School, Lexus of Richmond’s Leadership Award Scholarship week 5 nominee!

As a National Honor Society member and the current treasurer, Megan has a 4.66 GPA and scored a 1510 out of 1600 on the SAT’s. She has scored 5 perfect fives on her AP Tests and is now an AP Scholar with Distinction. She is a member and current president of the National Art Honor Society. Additionally, Megan is in the French, Science and English Honor Societies, has received the Salem College Junior Book Award, and she is a National Merit Scholarship Commended Student.

An active runner, Megan has been on Maggie Walker’s varsity cross country team for all 4 years of high school. She is also on the varsity indoor and outdoor track teams. All three teams (cross country, indoor track, outdoor track) are three time defending 2A State Champions. In the spring of 2015, Megan took third place at the Outdoor Track Regionals in the 3200m run. In 2017, she placed third at the Indoor Track State Finals and the Outdoor Track State Finals for the 3200m run.

Since freshman year, Megan has been heavily involved at Maggie Walker. Currently the president, Megan has been in the Creative Writing Club since 9th grade. She is the Editor-in-Chief of The Borogove, a student literary magazine which is connected to the Creative Writing Club. Since 9th grade, Megan has been a part of the French Club and the Art Club, the later of which she is the President. She has also been in student organizations including; the Fellowship of Christian Students Club, the Student Council Association, and Club Asia.

With Ironbridge Baptist Church, Megan has collected over 100 hours of service time as a volunteer since 2013. She is an assistant teacher for the 3-5 year old Sunday School class and has led the 3-5 year old Vacation Bible School class. Megan has volunteered as a teacher’s assistant at both CC Wells and Crestwood Elementary for their summer school programs. Beyond this, Megan has also spent time as a camp counselor for the VCU Creative Arts Day Camp and the Petersburg Area Art League Summer Camp.

Megan is now in the running for the $10,000 scholarship.

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