From the BSAP Awards, Christ-Clemens Athiogbey
Hello my name is Christ-Clemens Athiogbey and I will be graduating from Springbrook High School on June 12th and will be attending University of Richmond in the fall. I have two sisters and a brother. My siblings have always motivated me to be the best person I can be and to always have goals. Having goals means you are truly living. I get a lot of information and motivation from my brother to work hard to get to where I want to be in life. Like him, being able to teach me about cyber security and real estate. I even saw this myself starting in high school realizing that you need to work in order to get where you want to be in life. In middle school, I never really took school seriously and just did enough to get by. Then in my freshman year of high school, I realized I needed to do better to accomplish goals and reach a better version of myself that I would truly be proud of. Just like in getting this scholarship I went ahead and looked for scholarships to apply for. And that’s why I’m here right now. Nothing just comes to you, you have to work for it.