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Great News for EHS Students-Past and Present
Some great things are happening right now for students and graduates of Eastridge. Here are some of them!
- Junior, Stephen Rosa scored in the top 2.5% on the PSAT among all Hispanic and Latino test takers in the region! Stephen has been invited to participate in the National Hispanic Recognition Program as a result!
- Senior Savannah Sullivan has won the First Generation Scholarship Award to St. John Fisher College. This scholarship has a value of more than $17,000.00!
- Senior Sydney Petrie recently found out she was accepted into St. Lawrence University with a very generous, $70,000 leadership scholarship.
- Selinay Kaplan was accepted at Princeton for the fall of 2019. She received her acceptance in early December based on her Questbridge application, a very cumbersome and lengthy application process that she could not have done without the help of our counselors at Eastridge.
- Hunter Pecoraro received notice last week that he has been accepted into the U of R for the fall of 2019 and he is receiving more than $50,000.00 per year! That’s almost a “free ride” for Hunter to the University of Rochester.
- Jailene Arroyo has been accepted into the St. John Fisher Nursing program. She will attend Fisher with 100% of her tuition and room and board covered!
- Eastridge Class of 2015 Grad, Stephanie Wojnowski has been selected to receive the State University of New York Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. This is a very prestigious award recognizing students who have demonstrated the integration of academic excellence with other aspects of their lives including athletics, community service, the arts, leadership, career or campus involvement. Stephanie is currently enrolled at SUNY Fredonia majoring in Communication Disorders and Science with a minor in French. She is also running on the Blue Devil’s Women’s Cross Country Team.
- Another 2015 graduate, Meghan Yates, was awarded the Ithaca College National Student Speech Hearing Language Association Award. It was given to her based on exceptional leadership and passion regarding the profession.