|Name||Due Date||Grade/ Age Requirement||Adademic Requirement||Other Requirement||Description||Application Link||North Contact||Voorhees Contact|
|****Comcast Leaders & Achievers Scholarship||Steve DeLorenzo||Megan Grilli-DeRobbio|
|****Governor’s School Program||TBD||Junior year|
nominated by counselor, science, or math teacher
|School of Engineering & Tech. or Sciences||http://www.nj.gov/govschool/||Nancy Craske||Megan Grilli-DeRobbio|
|***Morristown Medical Center Nursing Shadowing Opportunity||Tiffany Slowinski||Ann Fresoli|
|Amazing Kids in Business||9/29/2017||Full time student, Entrepreneur with income producing business - Send completed application to school by the deadline||http://web.hunterdon-chamber.org/events/2017-Hunterdon-County-Ann Fresoliual-Business-Awards-Ceremony-2963/details||http://web.hunterdon-chamber.org/events/2017-Hunterdon-County-Ann Fresoliual-Business-Awards-Ceremony-2963/details||Vicki Kellum||Ann Fresoli Fresoli|
|American Citizenship Award (North only)||Steve DeLorenzo||-|
|Association of Math Teachers of NJ Scholarship (AMTNJ)||Accepted Dec 2017- April 10, 2018||Must be applying to a college with Math Education as their goal||Each applicant mush have a current AMTNJ Member write one of the letters of recommendation. At NHHS this would be Mrs. Carter or Mr.Cierech.||http://amtnj.org/scholarship-deadline-is-extended-to-april-1oth/||Nancy Craske||*Not an option at VHS - no teacher is a member|
|Carson Scholars Program||1/8/2018||Must be nominated by your school in order to apply to our scholarship program. Grade11||Academic Requirements||http://carsonscholars.org/scholarships/prospective-scholars/||Bill Robaey|
|Clinton Sunrise Rotary Club: Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) – junior award||Whoever does Jr. Awards||Brian Strauss|
|Courier News Academic All-Star||April 15, 2019||Must be nominated by your school in order to apply to our scholarship program. Grade 12||academic achievement||Community service, employment, essay required||Must be nominated first and then given the application to complete||Kristin Baratta||Beth Nemeth|
|Disabled American Veterans Dept of NJ||May 17, 2019||Graduating high school senior||NJ resident and natural or adopted descendent of a Disabled American Veterans, Dept. of NJ, 500 word essay, What would you do to end HOMELESSNESS?||https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pyjeldulqoKaJbMdpDWVpYgIM70rFGxY/view?usp=sharing||Kristin Baratta||Beth Nemeth|
|Frank Baldachino Essay Scholarship Contest||TBD||Kelli Steele||Jean DiSalvio|
|Governor’s STEM Scholars||N/A yet||Applicants must be enrolled full-time in a New Jersey school, in grades 10-PhD program. Students must be entering 10th grade in fall 2017 and not be graduated from their PhD programs until May 2018.|
Applicants must be able to demonstrate some leadership qualities either through participation in school programs or community activities. Leadership does not have to pertain to STEM, although this type of leadership would be helpful to a candidate.
Applicants must demonstrate an interest in STEM either through course takings or other extracurricular activities.
Applicants must commit to attend all four conferences. Conference dates for the 2017-2018 school year have not yet been released and will be provided as soon as possible. All conferences will be held on Saturdays.
|HOBY||October 27, 2017||Students must be sophomores||Applicants must have demonstrated leadership ability, have strong decision making skills, have strong communication skills, sensitivity to the needs or concerns of others, the courage to speak out for one’s beliefs, and participated in community service activities||http://www.hoby.org/||Kelli Steele||Beth Nemeth|
|Local Scholarships||Nancy Craske||Ann Fresoli|
|Marine Corps. Awards||TBD||Tiffany Slowinski||Ann Fresoli|
|Mayflower Scholarship||March 1, 2018|
All applicants must take the SAT or ACT at a time that will allow the results to be submitted as a part of the scholarship application.
the Application Form must include a valid GSMD membership number for either the applicant or for a parent, grandparent, or great grandparent of the applicant. (Please do not include Member Society Numbers)
high school seniors who are Mayflower descendants and will be attending a four-year college or university or two-year community college.
|https://www.themayflowersociety.org/blog/scholarships||Steve DeLorenzo||Brian Strauss|
|Morristown Medical Center Nursing Shadowing||TBD||Ann Fresoli Fresoli|
|National Youth Science Camp||TBD - usually in Feb.||Seniors||superior academic proficiency||intend to pursue higher education and a career in a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics related field.,||selected as delegate representng NJ and to receive full scholarship to exchange ideas during a month long experience in Charlestown,WV.||http://www.nysc.org/||Kristin Baratta||Jean DiSalvio|
|New Jersey Scholars Program||January 10, 2018||Juniors||The New Jersey Scholars Program (NJSP) is an intensive academic program for 39 of the most intelligent, outgoing, and highly motivated students. The program requires students to claim residency as well as attend high school in New Jersey as well as complete their junior year in June of 2018.||During the five-week summer residential program, the Scholars will explore a specific topic from an inter-disciplinary perspective. The tuition free program takes place on the historic Lawrenceville School campus - there is no fee to the student other than personal expenses. The dates of the 2018 program are June 24th through July 27th and the topic for study will be: Mind and Body: The Future of Being Human. The application must be postmarked no later than January 10, 2018.||NJ Scholars Application||Ron Niznik||Jean DiSalvio|
|NJ Rising Scholars and HBCU Rising Scholars||October 2017||Students must have GPA of 2.8 or greater||Applicants must be high school seniors who are interested in attending any Historically Black College or University (HBCU).||http://www.state.nj.us/education/amistad/njrs/||http://www.state.nj.us/education/amistad/njrs/||Ann Fresoli Fresoli|
|NJPSA Student Leadership Scholarships for non-athletic school leadership||Ron Niznik||Jean DiSalvio|
|P.E.O. STAR Scholarship||11/1/2017||Students must be a 12th Grade Female||Unweighted GPA of a 3.0 or higher||Student exhibits excellence in leadership, academics, extracurricular actitivies community service. Must be recommended by a local P.E.O chapter||https://www.peointernational.org/star-eligibility-requirements||Once the student from the school district is selcted to apply, instructions will be provided to the student to apply.||Tiffany Slowinski||Brian Strauss|
|Paul Robeson Youth Achievement Awards||February 23, 2018||Students must be Black/African American||Students must have a 3.0 GPA or greater||nts must attend school or live in Somerset and Hunterdon counties.||https://www.raritanval.edu/community-resources/paul-robeson-institute||Bill Robaey|
|Princeton Creative Arts & Humanities Symposium||TBD||counselor/teacher nominate student|
|Princeton Creative Arts & Humanities Symposium||TBD||Senior||nominated by counselor/teacher||Weekend long symposium to study creative arts and humanities||Kristin Baratta||Ann Fresoli|
|Princeton University SWE High School Colloquium||TBD||.||Tiffany Slowinski||Ann Fresoli|
|Princeton University SWE Spring Colloquium||TBD||Tiffany Slowinski||Ann Fresoli|
|Prudential Spirit of Community Award||11/1/2017||be in grades 5-12 as of November 7||have engaged in a volunteer activity that occurred during the 12 months prior to the date of the application||https://spirit.prudential.com/about/program-overview||https://spirit.prudential.com/apply/2018||Bill Robaey||Brian Strauss|
|Rachel Carson Healthy Planet Award||4/15/2019||Junior||A junior who embodies the spirit of Rachel Carson in his/her dedication to sustainability and community development||http://www.chatham.edu/admission/rachel-carson-award.html||Kelli Steele||Beth Nemeth|
|Senior Awards at Voorhees||-||Marc|
|Senior Awards Ceremony for North Hunterdon||Vivian||-|
|Society for Women Engineers Certificate of Merit||March 1 - May 1||Women only||Minimum 3.0 GPA||Enrolled or accepted at school for 4 year degree for engineering, computing, or technology major in ABET accrediated program||$1,000 to $15,000||http://societyofwomenengineers.swe.org/ http://societyofwomenengineers.swe.org//scholarships||Nancy Craske||Ann Fresoli|
|U.S. Presidential Scholars Nomination||Invitation Only|
score exceptionally well SAT or ACT
|https://www2.ed.gov/programs/psp/eligibility.html||General & Art Component||https://www2.ed.gov/programs/psp/index.html||Nancy Craske||Brian Strauss|
|U.S. Senate Youth Leadership Program (USSYP)||10/9/2017||Grades 11-12||Currently serving in an elected or appointed capacity in a student government, civic
or educational organization
|https://homeroom5.doe.state.nj.us/broadcasts/2017/AUG/22/16929/2017-18%20NJ%20Youth%20Program%20Requirements,%20US%20Senate.pdf||https://homeroom5.doe.state.nj.us/broadcasts/?p=c;v=d;m=08;y=2017;d=22||Ron Niznik||Brian Strauss|
|UNC Charlotte, the Levine Scholars Program||11/8/2017||Senior-who applies to UNC Charlotte by 11/1/2017||GPA 4.1/ACT 31 (avg) or SAT (1390)||Freshman enrollment to UNC-Charlotte US citizen, committment to community service strong academic record,capacity for ethical leadership and can elevate fellow students||http://levinescholars.uncc.edu/||Vicki Kellum||Beth Nemeth|
|University of MD, Meyerhoff, Baltimore Campus Scholars Program||12/1/2017||Senior-preference to those who want to pursue a combined Ph.D/M.D. or Ph.D. in Math, Computer Science or Engineering||GPA 3.0||Minimum of 600 on math SAT or a composite score of 24 on the ACT Display committment to community service *Apply ED (11/1) to UMBC via the Common App 4 years of English & Math/3 years of History/Science/2 years of Language 4 years of English & Math/3 years of History/Science/2 years of Language||Ron Niznik||Beth Nemeth|
|University of Virginia Jefferson Scholars Program (1 Student)||11/01/2017||Grade 12; see "Other Requirements"|
Students who are applying to the University of Virginia and can demonstrate excellence in the Jeffersonian ideals of leadership, scholarship, and citizenship may consider this opportunity. This scholarship includes: tuition, fees, room & board, supplies, books, fees, and personal expenses. Students cannot apply directly to this scholarship. This is a highly competitive scholarship in which the high school must submit a nomination to the University of Virginia. Candidates for this scholarship must demonstrate “uncommon academic abilities, exceptional leadership talents, and an understanding of the broader community around them.” Financial need is not a factor.
|Vicki Kellum||Megan Grilli-DeRobbio|
|US Presidential Scholar Award||By Invitation only by scoring exceptionally well on either the SAT or ACT. Can also be nominated by Chief State School Officer (CSSO)|
|Washington University in St. Louis, Danforth Scholars Program||11/01/17||Grade 12|
This is a merit based scholarship. Interested students must demonstrate outstanding academic performance, but also activities that illustrate commitment to community service, high moral character, including examples of demonstrated leadership in service, academic and personal achievements that set you apart from your peers.
|Vicki Kellum||Megan Grilli-DeRobbio|
|Wendy’s High School Heisman Award||October 5, 2018||Must be nominated by your school in order to apply to our scholarship program.||https://www.wendyshighschoolheisman.com/||Kelli Steele||Megan Grilli-DeRobbio|