It’s a movement


Team B Scott is a movement for anyone who understands the substance of being passionate about what they work for. It is the thought that you do not have to do extraordinary things, but always aim to do the things extraordinarily well. My passion has always been in sports and music. Whatever your passion is, I encourage you to follow it.

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The Bryan Scott “Pick Your Passion” Foundation for the Arts is a non-profit culinary, visual and performing arts initiative that encourages participation in and opportunities for arts education among young persons. Our motivation is based on the belief that artistic expression has the miraculous ability to uplift and empower youth to better themselves and their communities.

Pick you passion foundation


This program serves as the cornerstone of the Pick Your Passion Foundation. Providing students with financial assistance and support for continued learning and development to pursue their artistic interests. Applications are reviewed and rewarded on a quarterly basis.

Pick you passion foundation


Join Bryan Scott and other specially invited guests at art venues to expose youth to various art forms and support local arts organizations. Outings include the Theater, Symphony, Art Galleries and Concerts.

Pick you passion foundation


Dear Friends,

I am truly excited to announce The Bryan Scott “Pick Your Passion” Foundation for the Arts. As a self-described musician/scholar/athlete, I understand and appreciate the value of arts education at the secondary education level and beyond. My love of music started when I was very young and through the years it has brought tremendous benefits to my life both personally and professionally. Through this “Pick Your Passion” initiative, I hope to share my passion for the arts with other young persons and hopefully inspire them to develop their own creative outlets. Recognizing the erosion of arts education programs in public schools and acknowledging the inaccessibility of private arts education to young persons especially in underserved communities across the nation, this foundation will sponsor programs designed to create opportunities for artistic exploration, expression and education.
With that in mind, The “Pick Your Passion” Foundation aspires to work with young people to:
1. Develop appreciation for various art forms.
2. Cultivate artistic interests and discover hidden talents.
3. Support continued artistic development and education.
4. Encourage the pursuit of arts related academic studies.
Creating this organization has been an awesome task; however I am committed to the success of this endeavor and dedicated to the young persons that we aim to serve. It is my hope that you will join me, and The Bryan Scott Foundation for the Arts, in encouraging young people to “pick their passion” and develop their artistic abilities.

Bryan A. Scott
Chairman and Founder

“Make it great, then pass it forward” — Bryan Scott


I have been blessed with the presence of incredibly positive people around me my entire life. In their individual ways, they have been my source of motivation, support and creativity. I find great value in that. In return, I always wanted to create that same value for those who did not have it, or simply share it with those who could benefit.

“Cheers to forward progress on the path you aspire to ride....I’m riding with you!” — Bryan Scott


Bryan Scott - Dedicated ( Single )

Available on itunes! All proceeds support the Bryan Scott "Pick Your Passion Foundation for the Arts."



  • Bryan Anderson Scott was born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Warrington, PA
  • He taught himself to play the piano, drums, saxophone and guitar during his childhood years
  • Graduate of Central Bucks East High School, earning First Team Parade All-America selection & AP Pennsylvania Big School Player of the Year in football
  • Named to the PA Football News All-Century Team
  • Earned All-District for in basketball & All-State in track, while performing as an All-County Choir member
  • Graduate of PennState University, earning the Frank Patrick Award and a Jim Thorpe Award finalist (Nation’s Most Outstanding Defensive Back).
  • Second-round pick (55th overall) by the Atlanta Falcons in 2003
  • 2012 Buffalo Bills’ Walter Payton Man of the Year Award
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