2019 Scholarships Recipients

Listed below are the names of the recipients (in alphabetic order by last name), their home city and state and the college they will be attending with the assistance of the scholarship awarded.
    • Christopher Argyle, Layton, UT, Weber State University
    • Mikelle Argyle, Layton, UT, Utah Valley University
    • Alex Baltzegar, Evans, GA, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
    • Izaiah Barba, Rye, NH, University of New Hampshire
    • Carolyn Barrett, Charleston, SC, University of Georgia
    • Travis Chumley, Concord, NC, Cabarrus College of Health Science
    • Hanna Fleming, Memphis, TN, The University of Virginia
    • Carly Gregg, Whippany, NJ, County College of Morris
    • Brenna Gregory, Lubbock, TX, Texas Tech University
    • Emma Groves, Merriam, KS, Johnson County Community College
    • Kennedy Hess, Cleveland, VA, College of William and Mary
    • Riley Kotschegarow, Hutchinson, KS, Hutchinson Community College
    • Annika Little, West Hartford, CT, Grinnell College
    • Hanna Lorenz, Portland, TX, The University of Alabama
    • Santina MacGregor, Douglas, MA, Worcester State University
    • Lexi McCausland, Provo, UT, Bellevue University
    • Ryan McGregor, Snohomish, WA, Northern Arizona University
    • Kevin Miller, San Antonio, TX, Webster University
    • Andrew Ramlet, Golden Valley, MN, Minnesota State University
    • Peyton Rhodes, Bowling Green, KY, The University of Kentucky
    • Jamie Williams, Roseburg, OR, Portland University


2019 Recipient of the Piping Scholarship

This is the second recipient of the newly created American Clan Gregor Piping Scholarship. This will be awarded to one eligible applicant annually. The scholarship covers one full week of live in tuition including all lodging, meals and tuition at the North American Academy of Piping and Drumming at Valle Crucis, North Carolina. This year (2019) the recipient was from Clan McNaughton:

    • Reece Calovini

Comhghairdeas le gach duine agaibh. Is mian linn tú an chuid is fearr i do chuid staidéir cad a bhí riamh d’fhéadfadh siad a bheith

(Congratulations to all of you. We wish you the best in your studies what ever they may be)