•  * See Mrs. Murphy for more information* 

    Scholarships will be posted in Guidance:  Feb. 24, 2020 
    Applications are due by:   March 13, 2020 @ 2:30 pm
     

    Juniors can apply for the following scholarships through the Guidance Office.  

    Applications are due by 2:30 pm on March 13, 2020 in the Guidance Office

    Winners will be announced at our Academic Awards in May.
     

    Clarkson University www.clarkson.edu

    Clarkson Leadership Award ($15,000 per year) and Clarkson Achievement Award ($12,000 per year) http://www.clarkson.edu/admissions/undergrad_admissions/costs/scholarships/ 

    Demonstrate outstanding leadership qualities

    • Have an academic interest in Engineering, Business, Science or Liberal Arts
    • Be recognized by students and faculty as having been a positive contribute to your school and community
    • Top 15% of the class

    Elmira College Key Award www.elmira.edu

    Awarded to 1 male and 1 female ($20,000 per year)http://www.elmira.edu/admissions-aid/Connect_With_Us/Highschool_Counselors/The_Key_Award.html

    • Top 10% of the class
    • Minimum grade point average of of 90
    • Demonstrate leadership, good citizenship, and involvement in extracurricular activities

    LeMoyne College www.lemoyne.edu

    Le Moyne College Heights Award ($13,750 per year) 

    • Students should be in the top 10% of the class with an overall average of 90 or above.  
    • Demonstrate leadership, good citizenship, and involvement in extracurricular activities.  
    • Score of 500 or above on each subsection of the PSATs

    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute http://admissions.rpi.edu/undergraduate/admission/freshman/rpimedal.html 

    Rensselaer Medal ($25,000 per year) 

    • Student should be in the top 10% of class
    • Excel in advanced math and science classes
    • Interested in a career in science, mathematics and technology

     

    Rochester Institute of Technology www.rit.edu

    Computing Medal and Scholarship Program- Awarded to 1 male and 1 female ($7,000 per year) http://www.rit.edu/upub/pdfs/High_School_Awards.pdf

    • Top 10% of the class
    • Overall average of 90 or above 
    • Demonstrate an interest in computing
    • Demonstrate leadership, good citizenship, and involvement in school and community 

    Innovation & Creativity Award Program- Awarded to 1 male and 1 female ($7,000 per year) http://www.rit.edu/upub/pdfs/High_School_Awards.pdf

    • Top 10% of the class
    • Overall average of 90 or above 
    • Demonstrate leadership, good citizenship, and involvement in school and community  
    • Outstanding achievement in innovation, creativity, or entrepreneurship. 

    St. Lawrence University Book Award www.stlawu.edu

    (Awarded a book and $1,000 per year scholarship) http://www.stlawu.edu/admissions/book-award-scholarship

    • Commitment to community service through involvement in school and community.  Demonstrated initiative and dedication to having a positive impact on school or community.

    St. Michael's College www.smcvt.edu

    Book Academic Achievement with a Social Conscience- Awarded to 1 male and 1 female (Awarded a certificate and book and, if accepted to St. Michael's, will be considered for the Book Award Scholarship.)  https://www.smcvt.edu/admissions/financial-aid-and-tuition/scholarships-grants-loans/book-award-nomination-form.aspx

    • Inductees of the National Honor Society
    • Demonstrate a sustained and sincere commitment to community service and exemplify social conscience

    The Sage Colleges www.sage.edu

    The Student Sage Award ($10,000 per year)awarded to 2 students https://www.sage.edu/academics/financial-aid/scholarships/

    • Students should demonstrate leadership, good citizenship, strong communication skills, and involvement in extracurricular activities.
    • Demonstrate strong desire to lead and improve the community/school.
    • Be in the top 25% of the class.

    The University of Rochester  www.rochester.edu

    Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award ($10,000 per year) https://enrollment.rochester.edu/hsawards/

    High achievement and rigor in science classes

    • High math scores on PSAT and/or SAT

    Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award ($10,000 per year) 

    • A demonstrated commitment to understanding and addressing difficult social issues
    • Leadership and a dedication to community action
    • Strong grades and rigorous courses taken in humanities and social sciences

    George Eastman Young Leaders Award ($10,000 per year) 

    • Strong leadership experience at school and in the community
    • High grades and challenging courses
    • extensive involvement in extracurricular activities

    Xerox Award for Innovation and Information Technology ($10,000 per year)

    A strong interest in innovation or information technology, and a high level of achievement in this area

    • Exposure to new technologies outside of school, such as pursuing serious work opportunities in local laboratories or industry
    • Leading other students to new approaches to old problems; business plans for fundraising; innovative community service; after school activities; and best uses of communication tools such as chat and blogs

    Wells College 21st Century Leadership Award ($10,000 per year) www.wells.edu 

    • Demonstrates leadership, good citizenship, and involvement in extracurricular activites.  Strong commitment to service.  Athletics will not be considered when making selection. Overall Average of 90% or above. 

    Lawrence Tech. University- Award for Excellence ($2,000 per year)

    • Be an active and responsible citizen of the school and community.  Recipient may apply award toward any degree program in Engineering, Architecture, Arts and Sciences and Management.
     
    Alfred University- Alfred's Inamori School of Engineering and Ceramic Association of New York Scholastic Recognition Award (Certificate)
    •  Student who demonstrates a solid mathematical and scientific background while also excelling in English