Madison lands top scholarship
The Chubb Charitable Foundation — Bermuda is pleased to announce this year’s Robert Clements Scholarship recipient:
Madison Sidney Virgil Quig, a recent graduate of Bermuda High School (BHS) has been selected as the 2019 Robert Clements Scholar in the award’s twenty-fourth anniversary year. She is entering her freshman year this fall at Stanford University.
During her time at Bermuda High School, Madison received many academic awards and honours. She was specifically recognised for achieving the highest International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) results in school and island wide. Madison also received the highest attainment in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Accounting, Geography, and English. She was also presented with this year’s Outstanding Teen Award for “Leadership, Academics and Outstanding Overall.”
In addition to her academic accomplishments, Madison was a member of BHS’s Basketball and Netball teams, a Master Class Participant/student performer in the Bermuda Guitar Festival, and is a member of the Dolphins Swim Club.
Madison’s community service accomplishments include working as a Candy Striper in various wards at King Edward Memorial Hospital and serves as Treasurer for Hamilton youth branch of Rotary International. Madison is also a member of the Youth Parliament.
“Madison is truly an outstanding student with a passion for learning. The committee was extremely impressed with her academic and community accomplishments. We are proud to name her as our 2019 recipient. We look forward to having Madison join the world-class family of Robert Clements scholars”, said Lori Dunstan, Chair, Chubb Charitable Foundation — Bermuda.
• Press release from Chubb
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