The following Greenwich Junior-Senior High School Students receive scholarships and/or awards from regional colleges or universities.
Wells College Leadership Award - This award is presented in recognition of demonstrated academic performance, extracurricular activities and community service. It is valued at $40,000 over four years of study at Wells College.
Miss Mackenzie Dixson
The Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award- Given by the University of Rochester to a qualified junior who has outstanding academic achievement in the humanities and/or social sciences. This scholarship is worth at least $20,000 over 4 years if she attends the University.
Ms. Maeve Kelleher
Clarkson University Leadership Award - Given by Clarkson University to a qualified junior in recognition of outstanding leadership qualities and academic promise. This award is one of the highest honors at the University and includes a scholarship of $60,000 over four years.
Mr. Dutch Hamilton
St. Michael’s College Book Award - This award recognizes the outstanding students who demonstrate a commitment to volunteerism and leadership in their community service
endeavors. Recipients must be inductees of the National Honor Society and must
demonstrate concern for social justice issues. They may also be considered for scholarship at St, Michael’s College ranging in amounts from $17,000 to full tuition if they attend St. Michael’s College.
Mr. Nathan Baker
Mr. Brian Wells Jr.
RPI Medalist Award - Given by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. This award is given to a promising junior who has distinguished himself in mathematics and science. This minimum $30,000 per year merit scholarship is guaranteed for four years if she attends RPI.
Ms. Catherine Abate
George Eastman Young Leaders Award - Given by the University of Rochester to a qualified junior who has outstanding academic achievement and leadership. This scholarship is worth at least $20,000 over four years if he attends the University of Rochester.
Mr. Kadyn MacNeil
Clarkson University Achievement Award - Given by Clarkson University to a qualified junior in recognition of outstanding leadership qualities and academic promise. This is a scholarship of $48,000 over four years.
Mr. Alexander Baker
Augsbury/North Country Scholarship - Given by St. Lawrence University to a junior who demonstrates academic leadership and community service. This scholarship includes a $27,000 annual merit scholarship if they attend the University.
Miss Grace McFarren
Miss Norah Niesz
Miss Teagan Wright
Xerox Award for Innovation and Information Technology - Given by The University of Rochester to a qualified junior for outstanding achievement in the pursuit of innovative approaches and an appreciation for the possibilities of technology . This scholarship is worth at least $20,000 over four years if he attends the University of Rochester.
Mr. Jacob Ziehm
Bausch & Lomb Science Award - Given by the University of Rochester a medal is awarded by the Bausch & Lomb Company to a junior in recognition of outstanding academic achievement and superior intellectual promise in the field of science. This scholarship is worth at least $20,000 over four years if he attends the University of Rochester.
Mr. Declan Kelleher
Sage Award - Sage College honors these students who have the characteristics of academic excellence, student leadership and community involvement. This scholarship guarantees a scholarship of at least $16,000 per year, a minimum total of $64,000 over four years if they attend Sage College.
Miss Kyra Balentine
Miss Keegan Collins
Miss Mackenzie Dixson
Miss Morgan Randall
Miss Kathryn Snell
Miss Jocelyn Spiezio
Alfred University Scholars Award - In recognition of academic and community achievement, along with an outstanding or ordinary character. This scholarship is renewable for each year of undergraduate study in the amount of $18,000 or $30,000 depending on your chosen Alfred University major.
Miss Kaitlyn Lavoo
University of Vermont Citizen Scholar Award -
This award from the University of Vermont was established to recognise exemplary students for demonstrating active citizenship and service to their communities. For students who have demonstrated both outstanding dedication to scholarship inside the classroom and impulsive duty to citizenship outside the classroom.
Miss Ava Hamilton