Scholarship Pageant Update September 2020
The Berkeley County Schools Scholarship Pageant is proud to announce current representatives are excited to serve for another year until the pageant can resume Nov 2021. Due to COVID-19, this year's pageant has been postponed. Thank you to our community for continued support of this student and service focused program.
28th Annual Berkeley County Schools Scholarship Pageant
Proceeds benefit the $2,400 R. S. Dispanet Memorial Scholarship established by the Berkeley County Council PTA in 1972. This scholarship is awarded annually to a senior graduating from a Berkeley County high school.
2019 Berkeley County Schools Scholarship Pageant Queens
2019 Courts of Honor
Questions & Information
Sherry Smith, Pageant Director: 304-229-8502
Purchase a Pageant Print Program Ad
Are you a proud caregiver or a business looking to advertise within the Berkeley County Schools community? Support the R. S. Dispanet Memorial Scholarship and a senior graduating from a Berkeley County high school by purchasing a Berkeley County Schools Scholarship program ad.
Download the forms found here on this page for more information to place your ad. Continued thanks to our community for supporting the R.S. Dispanet Memorial Scholarship and the education of our students.
2019 Tiny Miss and Court
Tiny Miss finalists from left: Savannah Matthews (4th); Kylie Haines (2nd); Ava Hoffmann (Queen); Cate Horner (1st); Kenzie Edwards (3rd). Crowning the winner is Dr. Darin Gilpin, Vice President, Board of Education.
2019 Junior Miss and Court
Junior Miss finalists from left: Samantha Mallow (4th), Keira Rhoads (2nd), Vaylee Olack (Queen), Keleigh Chrisman (1st), and Isabelle Smith-Pounds (3rd). Crowning the winner is Todd Beckwith, Board of Education.
2019 Little Miss and Court
Little Miss finalists from left: Carrington Marpole (4th), Elaina Cameron (2nd); Ava Facundus (Queen); Molly Burton (1st); Claire Cameron (3rd). Crowning the winner is Dr. Patrick Murphy, Superintendent of Schools.
2019 Miss and Court
Miss finalists from left: Melia Dienst (4th), Lauren Sandy (2nd), Elizabeth Sperry (Queen), Kaleigh Weatherholtz (1st), and Keyzar Dominguez (3rd). Crowning the winner is Dr. Bill Queen, President, Board of Education.