Thirteen Delaware high school students have been awarded scholarships from the Carson Scholars Fund.

This year, the Carson Scholars Fund awarded 477 scholarships to students across the nation.Due to the restrictions currently in place due to the (COVID-19) pandemic, the 24th annual Carson Scholars Fund banquet, which was to be held in Maryland on May 3, 2020, has been cancelled. Other festivities are being planned to celebrate the 2020 Carson Scholars.

Carson Scholars are exceptional, not only in the academic setting, but in their communities and globally. Carson Scholars are individuals in grades 4-11 who display outstanding academic achievement (at least a 3.75 GPA) and humanitarian qualities. New scholars receive a $1,000 college scholarship and the coveted honor of being named a Carson Scholar. Information on all 2020 Carson Scholars can be found here.

Delaware's 2020 Carson Scholars include: 

Daniel Adili-Khams, grade 11, Cape Henlopen High School Lewes Maggie Bare, grade 5, Southern Delaware School of the Arts, Selbyville Sophia Block, grade 12, Cab Calloway School of the Arts, Wilmington Allison Dayton, grade 12, Sussex Academy of Arts & Sciences, Georgetown Summer Davis, grade 11, Milford Senior High School, Milford Andrew DiCuirci, grade 11, Appoquinimink High School, Middletown Gabriella Gildea, grade 11, Archmere Academy Claymont, DE Madison Holt, grade 11, Sussex Academy of Arts & Sciences, Georgetown Dakota Hickerson, grade 10, Laurel Senior High School, Laurel Maximus Iacono, grade 11, Archmere Academy, Claymont Kaitlyn Johnson, grade 9, Indian River High School, Dagsboro Will Kenney, grade 12, Sussex Central High School, Georgetown John Krukiel, grade 11, Salesianum School, Wilmington Josephine Ledford, grade 10, Lake Forest High School, Felton Jack Mancuso, grade 10, The Charter School of Wilmington, Wilmington Annika McCullough, grade 11, Delmarva Christian High School, Georgetown Colin McGhee, grade 9, Salesianum School, Wilmington Nicholas Mowbray, grade 8, St. Edmond's Academy, Wilmington Seamus Oliver, grade 10, Salesianum School, Wilmington Marina Pilger, grade 12, Padua Academy, Wilmington Finnegan Riley, grade 5, Richey Elementary School, Wilmington Aparna Roy, grade 11, Conrad School Of Science, Wilmington Samantha Sordi, grade 11, Sussex Academy of Arts & Sciences, Georgetown Divita Taduvayi, grade 11, MOT Charter School, Middletown Grayson Weissberg, grade 5, LuLu M. Ross Elementary School, Milford Weston Williams, grade 9, Greenwood Mennonite School, Greenwood