Phi Omega annually awards scholarships to high school seniors who plan to matriculate at a four-year college or university.  The scholarship awards are intended to provide African- American females an opportunity to achieve their post-secondary educational pursuits.

The 2021 Scholarships were awarded in two categories:


1. The Phi Omega Scholarship ($500) - awarded to two (2) female high school seniors in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County, who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement, community service, and leadership.


2. The Pearl Scholarship ($1,000) - awarded to four (4) female high school seniors who meet the above criteria but must attend a Historically Black College or University (HBCU).


Scholarship recipients were interviewed and recognized virtually due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Recipients were contacted personally, emailed and mailed their scholarship award certificates. 2021 scholarships were presented to:


o Pearl Scholarships:

▪ Chloe Fletcher of Carver High School (will attend Spelman College)

▪ Kristin A. McGeachy of Reagan High School (will attend NC A&T State University)

▪ Raevan McCain of Mt. Tabor High School (will attend Howard University)

▪ Kennedy Scales of Mt. Tabor High School (will attend Hampton University)


o Phi Omega Scholarships:

▪ Donelle Leak of Salem Academy (will attend Elon University)

▪ Jade Alston of Salem Academy (will attend High Point)


A Big Thank You to the 2021 Scholarship Committee for all their hard work. The committee members consist of: Stephanie Dance-Barnes (Co-Chair), Felicia A. Tubbs (Co-Chair), Nora Baker, Ne’Kecha Brabham, Pamela Robinson, Deidra Brown, Carol Crocker, Natalie Harding, Erica Lowe, Kendra March, Megan Mills, Anissia Scales, Velma Simmons, Mertice Williams, Andrea Leatherberry, Monica Johnson, Karen Roseborough, Sonja Williams, Candace Shaw, Olivia Mills, Amber Knox, and Marcy Daye.