Special student recognized

Davis Keith Roberts, a senior at Brunswick Academy, was selected as the Brunswick Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month for November. He said it was a honor to be selected and thanked the chamber for the award. Nancy Watson, left, President, Kimberly and Brian Roberts, his parents, and Cassandra Smith, Director of Guidance K-12, congratulated Davis and wished him much success. The Brunswick Chamber of Commerce 2019/2020 sponsors of the Student of the Month are: Williams Funeral Home, Colonial Farm Credit, Remac, VCU Health–Community Memorial Hospital, Brunswick Times-Gazette, Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative, Edmonds Printing, Jolly’s Auto, Brodnax Lumber Company, First Citizens Bank, and Lawrenceville Police Department. (Sylvia Allen/Brunswick Times-Gazette)

From staff reports

LAWRWENCEVILLE – Davis Keith Roberts, a senior at Brunswick Academy, was selected as the Brunswick Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month for November.

Davis is the son of Brian (BA, Class of 94) and Kimberly Roberts of Lawrenceville. Davis has one sister, Alaina Jane, a current 7th-grader at Brunswick Academy.

Davis is in the Brunswick Academy Honors Program, the most rigorous and challenging program of study Brunswick Academy offers. In addition to his BA classes this year, he is also enrolled in dual-enrollment courses through both Southside Virginia Community College and Liberty University.

Throughout his entire time at Brunswick Academy, Davis has made the Brunswick Academy Honor Roll and has attended the Head of School’s All-A Breakfast each year while attending the Upper School.

During this past spring semester, Davis was tapped into the National Honor Society.

In addition, he has been a member of the Student Council Organization, the student government for BA, serving as the Vice-President for a couple of years. In addition, Davis has been a member of the Brunswick Academy Student Honor Council. Also, Davis was a member of the Latin Club for three years. At last year’s graduation, Davis served as a Brunswick Academy Junior Marshal. This distinction is reserved for the top performing students in the junior class. At the same time, Davis has participated in the Modern General Assembly in Richmond. Furthermore,

To read the entire article pick up the Dec. 4, 2019 edition of the Brunswick Times-Gazette.