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Devin Ramsay ’24 Named a Morehead-Cain Scholar

Congratulations to MKA senior Devin Ramsay who has been named a Morehead-Cain Scholar in the Class of 2028 at UNC-Chapel Hill! The Morehead-Cain Scholarship, which covers all expenses for four years of undergraduate study at UNC-Chapel Hill, is awarded based on leadership, moral character, academic achievement, and physical vigor. Recipients are selected for their ability to inspire peers, demonstrate courage and humility, and excel in challenging academic environments. The scholarship also includes a program of summer enrichment experiences. 

Devin, who serves as the Senior Class President at MKA and is a Peer Leader, has consistently earned the High Honor Roll since 9th grade. As a result, he was an Avery Barras Distinguished Scholar in 2020-2021 and a Mary K. Waring Scholar in 2021-2022 and 2022-2023. He has been actively involved in the Fine and Performing Arts Program as a member of Remix, a cast member in the Winter Musical, and a member of the Concert Band. His commitment to making a positive contribution to the community at MKA is clear. 

Head of Upper School Dr. David C. Flocco said, “The Upper School is so proud of Devin for being named a Morehead-Cain Scholar. Receiving this scholarship is a testament to his hard work, academic achievement, and strong character. It is also a testament to the teachers and mentors Devin has met along the way, both inside our walls and out. During his time with us, Devin took advantage of the opportunities afforded him, shared his talents with others, and served the larger community. His work ethic, intellectual curiosity, and generosity are attributes that will serve him well as a Morehead-Cain Scholar, a student at UNC, and a graduate of MKA."