Megan Boggess, a 17-year-old junior from Hedgesville, W. Va., received the fourth annual Karen Minner Scholarship at HVA’s Alumni Homecoming Saturday, May 7.
Megan is president of the junior class, and is a point guard on the Lady Tartans varsity basketball team. She has been team captain for two years, and also plays on the Lady Tartans varsity volleyball team.
An avid sports fan, Megan also likes contemporary Christian music—right now her favorite recording artist is Matthew West; and she devours all kinds of reading material, but prefers fiction along the genre of J.R.R. Tolkien.
Born in Laurel, Md., Megan is the daughter of Tom and Alisha Boggess. Tom pastors the Martinsburg Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Chesapeake Conference and Alisha teaches at the Adventist school in Martinsburg. Megan has a sister, Ashley, 14, who is in eighth grade at Martinsburg.
Among the memorable experiences Megan has accumulated during her years at HVA, she mentions having dug pits for the bathrooms at a church in Belize on a mission trip. Her ambition is to attend Columbia Union College and become a high school math teacher—preferably at Highland View Academy.
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