The Brandywine Women's club recently announced scholarship awards to Jennifer Prince of McGavock High School and Chelsea Burch of Mt. Juliet High. Pictured left-to-right are Ann Nicks, chairman of the Brandywine Woman's Club scholarship committee, Chelsea Burch, Jennifer Prince and Brandywine Woman's Club president Tammy Edwards
Jennifer Prince of McGavock High School and Chelsea Burch of Mt. Juliet High are each recipients of $1,500 scholarships awarded by the Old Hickory based Brandywine Woman’s Club.
Jennifer was named to the National Honor Society two years, was on the student council for four years. She also participated in Film club, Show Choir and interned at Channel 4 in Nashville as part of an educational prep program.
“Hardworking, positive and involved — these are three words that describe Jenni Prince,’’ said McGavock Advance Placement English instructor Stacey Hinchman.
Challenging classes were also regularly tackled by Jennifer, Hinchman and McGavock foreign language teacher Jeff Hunt stated.
Jennifer is planning to attend the University of Tennessee and major in special education or business.
Chelsea Burch was in the top 5% of her class at Mt. Juliet High and was on the Student Council for three years and participated with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes among other activities and community service work.
Chelsea plans to attend Western Kentucky University and major in Business Management.