Brian Green IB Scholarship

Brian Green

Brian Green was a life-long resident of Sebastian; he attended Pelican Island Elementary and Sebastian River Middle School. At the age of 14, he was diagnosed with malignant melanoma. Despite multiple surgeries, chemotherapy, and frequent visits to cancer specialists, Brian never requested special accommodations as he pursued the IB Diploma in 2002. Brian was a 3-sport athlete in football, soccer, and track. In 2002, he earned the following prestigious awards: the 2002 Disney Dreamer and Doer Award, the 2002 Crystal Shark Award, the 2001 Wendy's Heisman Nominee, and the 2002 American Cancer Society Courage Award. Brian attended the University of Central Florida before passing in August, 2008 at the age of 24.

In honor of Brian Green, Class of 2002, a scholarship is awarded to one IB Diploma senior. The senior selected embodies the characteristics Brian displayed especially courage, commitment, and scholarship. IB Diploma seniors can nominate other seniors and/or they can self-nominate. IB Teachers also have the opportunity to nominate seniors. If you would like to donate to the Brian Green Scholarship, please contact Mr. Jaime Sturgeon, IB Coordinator.

 

 

 

 

 


Brian Green Scholarship Recipients


2019 Recipient

2019 scholarship winner

The 2019 Brian Green IB Scholarship recipient is Blake Massie. Blake will attend the University of Central Florida. Pictured from left to right: Mr. Valencia (IB Guidance Counselor), Mrs. Olson (former IB Coordinator), Blake Massie, Mrs. Green (Brian’s mother), Mrs. Lovelace (former IB Coordinator).



2018 Recipient

Brian Green Scholarship Winner 2018

Cassidy Thimmer is the 2018 recipient of the Brian Green Scholarship. Pictured with Cassidy are Mr. Valencia, SRHS Guidance Counselor, and Mrs. Joy Green, Brian's mother. Cassidy will be attending the University of South Florida.


2017 Recipient

tyler van auken receives scholarship 2018

Tyler Van Auken is the 2017 recipient of the Brian Green Scholarship. Pictured with Tyler are Mr. Valencia, SRHS Guidance Counselor, and Mrs. Joy Green, Brian's mother. Tyler attends the University of South Florida.