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Following are the awards presented to Hopewell Valley Central High School graduates:

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the male in the graduating class who best represents the ideals of the school — Awarded to John Jacob Burger.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the female in the graduating class who best represents the ideals of the school — Awarded to Dori Anne Auslander.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the male in the graduating class who best represents the qualities of honor and leadership — Awarded to Aubrey Rush Toland.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the female in the graduating class who best represents the qualities of honor and leadership — Awarded to Jessica Lynne Bezek.

The Hopewell Valley Post 339 Americanism Award is presented to the male in the graduating class who rendered unselfish and voluntary service to the school — Awarded to Michael Slaza.

The Hopewell Valley Post 339 Americanism Award is presented to the female in the graduating class who rendered unselfish and voluntary service to the school — Awarded to Deborah A. Keen.

The Good Citizen Award by The General David Forman, Penelope Hart Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, is presented to the student who best represents the qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism — Awarded to Cole J. Fenton.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the female in the graduating class who has been outstanding in school citizenship — Awarded to Callie Isabel Holtermann.

The Michael S. Arcieri Award is presented to the male in the graduating class who has given outstanding service to the school — Awarded to Benjamin T. Schragger.

The Michael S. Arcieri Award is presented to the female in the graduating class who has given outstanding service to the school — Awarded to Prachi Shrikant Joshi.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School, Class of 2015 Award is presented to the male in the graduating class who, in the opinion of his classmates, has contributed the most to the class — Awarded to Michael Grant Feder.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School, Class of 2015 Award is presented to the female in the graduating class who, in the opinion of her classmates, has contributed the most to the class — Awarded to: Prachi Shrikant Joshi.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Staff Award of Recognition Scholarship silver award given by members of the participating staff to deserving seniors in the amount of $500 each — Awarded to John Jacob Burger and Michael Slaza.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Staff Award of Recognition Scholarship gold award is given by members of the participating staff to a deserving senior. This year’s scholarship award is $1,000 — Awarded to Sedona Rose Sub.

The Hopewell Valley Chapter of the National Honor Society would like to recognize students for espousing the ideals of the National Honor Society. Students must be significant contributors to our chapter and be members in good standing. These two $750 scholarships will be awarded to one male and one female member of the graduating class. The recipients have been selected by the HVCHS National Honor Society Faculty Council — Awarded to Luke Candler Brown and Elizabeth Mary Nielsen. 

Achievement awards 

Hopewell Valley Testamur is awarded to the following students.

These students receive a second certificate in addition to their state endorsed diplomas. This second certificate, a Hopewell Valley Testamur, is awarded to students as evidence of completion of course requirements and a grade average far in excess of New Jersey State graduation requirements.

Awarded to — Ayesha Iqbal Afridi, Sara L. Ali, Eric Jin An, Lauren Margaret Anderson, Mihai Andrei Teodor, Dori Anne Auslander, Krista Patrice Balto, Nickolas Andrew Bates, Jessica Lynne Bezek, Amanda Marie Brancato, Luke Candler Brown, John Jacob Burger, Nora Rose Burrows, Mia Rose Calhoun Mummert, Meghan Lourdes Carlton, Lorenzo Carrara, Robert Scott Carrier and Katherine Anne Cleveland.

Also, Christina Leigh Clune Persichetti, William Henry Cusma, Jonathan Elias Dawlabani, Amanda Leigh Demers, Sarah Nicole Fernandez, Kelly Lynn Fischer, Mark D. Gerstacker, Ian Edward Goldsmith, Katherine Austen Greener, Sean Michael Greener, Mary Elizabeth Grundy, Isabella Raven Guido, Elizabeth Robinson Haggerty and Sydney J. Hamilton.

Also, Laura Jayne Haney, Meryem Syeda Hasan, Julia Ann Heinzel, Callie Isabel Holtermann, Megan Roisin Jones, Prachi Shrikant Joshi, Shannon Lynn Kandell, Erin E. Kelly, Katherine Whitman Kent, Julia Marie Kolano, Rebecca Sanchez Lazer, Isabela Leon, Cassandra Tuong Vy Lieu, Karlie Marie Lorenz, Francesca Maria LoVerde and Barbara Marie MacGuigan.

Also, Alexis Taylor Maida, Alexis Devine Malone, Logan Miles Mathiasen, Devyn Jacquelyn Montemarano, Allaire Stephanie Myer, Catherine M. Nadar, Kelly Elizabeth O’Connor, Kira Eileen Olander, Eric Orlando Bjorseth Olaya, Lillian Hope Olsen, Alina Lawas Osborn, Sanghoon M. Park, Emanuel Elias Perris and Andrea Ruth Pfaff.

Also, Selene Myer Ramer, Gillian V. Rice, Lindsay J. Sanford, Paul Savarskyy, Matthew B. Semple, Paul Alexander Shatynski, Michael Slaza, Julia Elise Steiner, Connor Kennedy Swaim, Amanda C. Vite and Emma O’Brien Waltman. 

Business

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has achieved the highest proficiency in business education — awarded to Katina Angelakis.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has achieved the highest scholastic average and proficiency in marketing education — Awarded to Gillian V. Rice.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the student who has provided the most service to DECA, an association of marketing students — Awarded to Katina Angelakis. 

Language arts

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has achieved the highest proficiency in English — Awarded to Jessica Lynne Bezek. 

Mathematics

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has achieved the highest proficiency in mathematics — Awarded to Prachi Shrikant Joshi. 

Practical and industrial arts

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has demonstrated the highest proficiency in architecture, engineering and computer graphics — Awarded to Paul Alexander Shatynski.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to a student in the graduating class who attains the highest proficiency in family and consumer sciences — Awarded to Taravati Mae Schmitt.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the student in the graduating class in recognition of outstanding achievement in woodworking — Awarded to Robert Kenneth Daniel. 

Science

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has achieved the highest proficiency in science — Awarded to Emelei Rose Klein. 

Social studies

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is given to the student in the graduating class who has demonstrated outstanding achievement and excellence in social studies — Awarded to Jordan Burke Antebi.

The General David Forman Penelope Hart Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution Award, is presented to the student in the graduating class who has achieved the highest proficiency in European history — Awarded to Mihai Teodor Andrei.

The General David Forman Penelope Hart Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution Award ,is presented to the student in the graduating class who has achieved the highest proficiency in United States history — Awarded to Ian Edward Goldsmith. 

Visual and performing arts

The Martin Nicholson Award is presented to the students in the graduating class who has demonstrated the highest proficiency in art — Awarded to Kelsey Erin Roe.

The Rhode Island School of Design Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has demonstrated outstanding achievement and excellence in art — Awarded to Astrid Linnea Hunter.

The Fra Angelico Award is given by a friend of the school community to students in the senior class who have demonstrated outstanding effort, strong character, dramatic improvement and accomplishment in the visual arts — Awarded to Nicholas Morgan Pane.

The National School Choral Award is presented to two students in the graduating class who have demonstrated the highest proficiency in choral music — Awarded to Ian Edward Goldsmith and Maura Elizabeth Tuffy.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the students in the graduating class for meritorious contribution to musical theater — Awarded to Jessica Lynne Bezek and Karlie Marie Lorenz.

The John Phillip Sousa Band Award is presented by the Hopewell Valley Central High School music department to the student in the graduating class who has demonstrated the highest proficiency in band — Awarded to Catherine M. Nadar.

The National School Marching Award is presented for outstanding contributions on the field — Awarded to Brian David Grimley.

The Louis Armstrong Award is presented to the student who has demonstrated the highest proficiency in jazz — Awarded to Maura Elizabeth Tuffy.

The National School Orchestra Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has demonstrated the highest proficiency in orchestra — Awarded to Erin E. Kelly.

The Semper Fidelis Award given by the United States Marine Corps is given to the student who has been recognized as an outstanding performer and an outstanding young citizen — Awarded to Dylan Morton McKillip.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the students in the graduating class who have demonstrated exceptional dramatic ability — Awarded to Michael Grant Feder and Kaitlin Elle Weinstein.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the students in the graduating class who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in technical theater — Awarded to Cameron T. Filepas and Megan Roisin Jones Wellness.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Male and Female Wellness Students of the Year Award is presented in recognition of commitment to the values of sportsmanship, team play, cooperation and dedication to the principles of physical education and physical fitness — Awarded to James Henry Cane and Elizabeth Robinson Haggerty. 

World languages

The Foreign Language Educators of New Jersey Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has shown outstanding achievement in foreign language study — Awarded to Audrianna Eve Gill.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has achieved the highest proficiency in French — Awarded to Elizabeth Emma King.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has achieved the highest proficiency in German — Awarded to Andrea Ruth Pfaff.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has achieved the highest proficiency in Latin — Awarded to Arianne Millicent Lapira Joson.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Award is presented to the student in the graduating class who has achieved the highest proficiency in Spanish —. Awarded to Prachi Shrikant Joshi. 

Academic awards

The National Merit Commended Scholarship Program recognizes outstanding academic achievement — Awarded to Nickolas Andrew Bates, Luke Candler Brown, Sophia Jane Burnham-Lemaire, Nicole W. Cieslik, Michael Grant Feder, Ian Edward Goldsmith, Noah Adam Hillman, Callie Isabel Holtermann, Prachi Shrikant Joshi, Erin E. Kelly, Jacob M. Leonard, Francesca Maria LoVerde, Alexis Devine Malone, Jacqueline Marie Silva, Benjamin G. Vafis and Emma O’Brien Waltman.

The President’s Education Awards Program recognizes graduating seniors for their outstanding academic excellence including an overall grade point average of 95 percent and above — Awarded to Mihai Teodor Andrei, Jordan Burke Antebi, Krista Patrice Balto, Jessica Lynne Bezek, Luke Candler Brown, John Jacob Burger, Mia Rose Calhoun Mummert, James Henry Cane, Robert Scott Carrier, Erixen Cruz, Amanda Leigh Demers, Shalaka Fadnis, Michael Grant Feder, Sarah Nicole Fernandez, Kelly Lynn Fischer, Bethany Grace Frederich, Ian Edward Goldsmith, Mary Elizabeth Griffin, Elanor Anne Gross, Julia Ann Heinzel, Callie Isabel Holtermann, Malak Jaljuli, Prachi Shrikant Joshi, Arianne Millicent Lapira Joson and Malachy Driss Joyce.

Also, Kevin Yi-Hur Juan, Shannon Lynn Kandell, Erin E. Kelly, Katherine Whitman Kent, Elizabeth Emma King, Emelei Rose Klein, Isabela Leon, Cassandra Tuong Vy Lieu, Fred Jeffrey Lorenz, Francesca Maria LoVerde, Barbara Marie MacGuigan, Alexis Taylor Maida, Alexis Devine Malone and Sarah Elizabeth McCabe.

Also, Elizabeth Mary Nielsen, Alina Lawas Osborn, Emanuel Elias Perris, Andrea Ruth Pfaff, Selene Myer Ramer, Gillian V. Rice, Kelsey Erin Roe, Benjamin T. Schragger, Jacqueline Marie Silva, Connor Kennedy Swaim, Aubrey Rush Toland, Astrid Sofie Amber Vermeulen, Emma O’Brien Waltman, Kaitlin Elle Weinstein and Paul J. Wendt.

The Hubert Alyea Award, sponsored by the Princeton Section American Chemical Society, is presented to a student who has demonstrated enthusiasm for the study of the sciences and excels in chemistry and related scientific disciplines — Awarded to Michael Slaza.

The Scholastic Excellence Award is given by the United States Marine Corps to the student who is recommended as an academic scholar and an outstanding young citizen — Awarded to Prachi Shrikant Joshi.

The State of New Jersey Senate and General Assembly recognizes the student who has succeeded in rigorous academics and extracurricular activities; is a National Merit semifinalist, a member of Model UN, Leadership Corps, National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society — Awarded to Prachi Shrikant Joshi. 

Community service awards

The Hopewell Fire Department Award is presented for dedication to the community — Awarded to Gage H. Braddock, Cole J. Fenton and Olivia Margaret Obst.

The Pennington Fire Department Award is presented for dedication to the community — Awarded to Jillian L. Bainbridge, Ian W. Green and Joseph Luke Lee.

The Hopewell Township Mayor’s Award for Outstanding Civic Contribution is presented to graduating seniors for exceptional efforts on the Hopewell Township Youth Advisory Committee — Awarded to Dori Anne Auslander, Amanda Marie Brancato, James Henry Cane, Cassidy Jacqueline Hutchinson, Fred Jeffrey Lorenz, Benjamin T. Schragger and Kaitlin Elle Weinstein.

The Hopewell Valley League of Women Voters Community Service Award is presented to a member of the senior class who has demonstrated commitment to school, church and community through active volunteer work and shows promise of continuing involvement — Awarded to Olivia Margaret Obst.

The Union Fire Department and Emergency Medical Unit Service Award is presented for dedication to the community — Awarded to Cody Wyckoff. 

Athletic awards

The Ackerman Scholarship Award is presented to a graduating student athlete who best demonstrates the personal characteristics of former Hopewell Valley administrator and teacher G. Randle Ackerman. This recipient is recognized for outstanding achievement, sportsmanship and loyalty in interscholastic athletics — Awarded to James Henry Cane.

The Denise Lugar Scholarship Award of $3000 is presented to a varsity level athlete with an excellent academic record who, in the eyes of teammates and coaches, exhibits tremendous team spirit and is a team leader — Awarded to Christina Leigh Clune Persichetti.

The Bulldog Scholar Athlete Award — Awarded to Emelei Rose Klein.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Outstanding Female Athlete Award — Awarded to Katherine Whitman Kent.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Outstanding Male Athlete Award — Awarded to Michael D. Gies.

The NJSIAA Scholar Athlete Award — Awarded to Aubrey Rush Toland.

The United States Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Award — Awarded to Amanda Marie Brancato and Fred Jeffrey Lorenz.

The United States Marine Corps Award for Distinguished Athlete — Awarded to Matthew B. Semple and Sabrina Marie Wagner.

The Colonial Valley Conference Sportsmanship Award is presented in recognition of commitment to the values of sportsmanship, team play and cooperation — Awarded to Mark D. Gerstacker and Ryan Lake Schrader.

The Women in Sports Day Award — Awarded to Dori Anne Auslander. 

Scholarship awards

The Lorna Young-Earle Memorial Scholarship, administered by the Community Foundation of New Jersey, in honor of Lorna Young-Earle, former Collingswood and Hopewell Valley Central High School guidance counselor who dedicated her career to helping her students better themselves and the world they live in. This award celebrates her vision and compassion for young adults and challenges exceptional high school seniors to continue to advance leadership, compassion and academic achievements — Awarded to Hannah Rose Haynes.

The Adam J. Kay Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $100 is awarded to a graduating senior who plans to pursue further education in the field of automotives — Awarded to Christopher Ronald Winters.

The Amy Kathryn Rankin Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 is awarded to a graduating senior who intends to enter a four-year school and who has succeeded in high school while overcoming a personal challenge or difficulty — Awarded to Lukas Patrik McHugh.

The Audrey deDufour Scholarship in the amount of $250 will be awarded to a graduating senior who is an alumnus of the Toll Gate Grammar School and has made consistent contributions to the school community while demonstrating loyalty, dedication, a strong work ethic and good citizenship — Awarded to Jordan Burke Antebi.

The Bear Tavern PTO Scholarships of $500 each are awarded to graduating seniors, who were former students of Bear Tavern School and plan to pursue further academic studies at the college level — Awarded to James Henry Cane and Benjamin T. Schragger.

The Catherine Hoch Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $500 is awarded to a student in the class who is planning to further their education in elementary education — Awarded to Lindsay J. Sanford.

The Dale W. Kintzel Award of $100 is presented to a student in the graduating class who plans further education in auto mechanics or other vocational technical programs — Awarded to Christopher Ronald Winters.

The Dana Leigh Best Friends Forever Scholarship, in memory of Dana Leigh Burrell, Class of 2005, in the amount of $2,000, is awarded to a graduating senior who has demonstrated friendship qualities, devotion to others and a sense of love, loyalty, ethics and compassion and who is accepted as a full-time student at a college or university starting in 2015 — Awarded to Michael Slaza.

The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Trenton Alumnae Chapter Scholarship in the amount of $750 goes to a college-bound high school senior of African descent who is a resident of New Jersey while demonstrating leadership in extracurricular activities and involvement in the community — Awarded to Gloria Savannah Brewster.

The Dr. Karen DeSimone and DeSimone Orthodontics Scholarship in the amount of $100 is awarded to a graduating senior who is interested in art and science since an appreciation for both is important to succeed in fields such as orthodontics, dentistry, surgery, architecture and engineering — Awarded to Emma O’Brien Waltman.

The Dr. Mark W. McDonough Orthodontics Scholarship in the amount of $500 ($250 for a female graduating senior and $250 for a male graduating senior) is for the student who best exemplifies a heart for serving their local community. Serving your community is intrinsic to citizenship, leadership and success in many aspects of life — Awarded to Rebecca Adriana Kalmeijer and Preston L. Konopka.

The Dorothy Marut Belza Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 is awarded to a student who has a deep appreciation of music and the performing arts and is interested in pursuing an education at a two- or four-year college or university with a major in music or theater — Awarded to Maura Elizabeth Tuffy.

An Everyday Hero Scholarship in memory of John Molinelli in the amount of $500 is awarded to a graduating senior. This scholarship symbolizes the impact John had on the lives of students through academic excellence, commitment to teamwork and compassion for one another — Awarded to Lukas Patrik McHugh.

The Giovina Coscia Memorial Scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to a student who demonstrates great determination and a willingness to succeed. Recipients show true selflessness, integrity and a dedication to excellence — Awarded to Benjamin T. Schragger.

The Henry Muentener, Sr. Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $500 is awarded to a graduating senior who has shown dedication and commitment to pursuing a career in the industrial arts — Awarded to Alonzo Hillary Dunagan IV.

The Hopewell Business Association Scholarships of $500 each are awarded to members of the senior class who are planning to pursue further education in business or a related field — Awarded to Taravati Mae Schmitt and Benjamin T. Schragger.

The Hopewell Elementary School PTO awards two scholarships of $500 each to graduating seniors who, as former students of Hopewell Elementary School, plan to pursue further academic studies and who have demonstrated a sense of pride and commitment through participation in school and community activities — Awarded to Sydney J. Hamilton and Aubrey Rush Toland.

The Hopewell Fire Department Emergency Medical Unit Scholarship of $500 is awarded to a worthy student going into a vocational, technical or medical career and who displays a commitment to service in the community — Awarded to Michael Slaza.

The Hopewell Harvest Fair Committee awards a $500 scholarship to a student pursuing further education who have shown dedication to the community through service — Awarded to Laura Jayne Haney.

The Hopewell Township PBA awards a $1,000 scholarship to a student pursuing their education in the field of law enforcement — Awarded to Joseph Tyler Sedor.

The Hopewell Valley Arts Council is offering four $500 scholarships to graduating seniors who plan to further their education studying any aspect of the arts such as fine arts, performing arts, culinary arts, literary arts or other forms of creative expression. These students demonstrate substantial talent and deep interest in their selected area of study — Awarded to Katherine Anne Cleveland, Ian Edward Goldsmith, Anh Hien Nong and Taravati Mae Schmitt.

The Hopewell Valley Baseball and Softball Association Scholarship awards two $1,500 scholarships to one male and one female student athlete, who best represent good sportsmanship, honesty, courage and respect for authority — Awarded to Lillian Hope Olsen and Benjamin T. Schragger.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School Music and Theatre Parents Association presents four $750 scholarships to graduating seniors who have demonstrated proficiency, leadership and service in our four performing arts programs — Awarded to Cameron T. Filepas (orchestra), Maura Elizabeth Tuffy (choir), Amanda Leigh Demers and Bethany Grace Frederich (band) and Jacqueline Marie Silva (musical theater).

The Hopewell Valley CHS Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 is being offered to a high school senior who plans to continue their education at a two- or four-year college or university. The student should be an independent, creative student who thinks outside of the box. He or she should be highly motivated and show leadership qualities — Awarded to Sara L. Ali.

The Hopewell Valley Central High School PTO Scholarships of $500 each are awarded to graduating seniors who plan to pursue further academic studies at the collegiate level and who, during four years of high school, have demonstrated qualities of leadership, service and commitment through active involvement in the school — Awarded to Dori Anne Auslander, Gloria Savannah Brewster, James Henry Cane, Michael Grant Feder, Megan Roisin Jones, Deborah A. Keen, Kira Eileen Olander and Kevin Monahan Phelan.

The Hopewell Valley Chapter of the Mid-Jersey Chamber of Commerce Scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to a graduating senior who is planning a business/entrepreneur major — Awarded to Deborah A. Keen.

The Hopewell Valley Chorus awards a $1,000 scholarship to a high school senior planning to pursue music in college — Awarded to Maura Elizabeth Tuffy.

The Hopewell Valley Education Foundation Scholarships of $500 each are awarded to four seniors who plan to further their education at a four-year college, two-year college, trade or profession school and have demonstrated substantial talent and deep interest in an area of study — Awarded to Jessica Lynne Bezek, Prachi Shrikant Joshi, Alina Lawas Osborn and Michael Slaza.

The Hopewell Valley Historical Society awards two $500 scholarships to graduating seniors who have demonstrated an authentic and deep interest in history and social studies over the course of four years of high school and who are planning to attend college — Awarded to Jordan Burke Antebi and Barbara Marie MacGuigan.

The Hopewell Valley Lacrosse Association Scholarship of $500 is awarded to a lacrosse player who best represents the qualities developed through participation in the HVLA program — Awarded to Katherine Whitman Kent, Kevin Monahan Phelan and Ryan Lake Schrader.

The Hopewell Valley Lions Club Scholarship of $2,000 is awarded to a student who has demonstrated a record of service to the outside community and has plans for further vocational or academic study — Awarded to Benjamin T. Schragger.

The Hopewell Valley American Legion Post 339 Scholarship is awarded to one boy and one girl in the amount of $2,000 each to graduating seniors who plan to further their education at a two-year or four-year college, trade or profession school. These students should be civic minded with a service record for charitable organizations. Above all, these students should have a strong commitment to democracy — Awarded to Audrianna Eve Gill and Connor Kennedy Swaim.

The Hopewell Valley Republicans Scholarship of $500 each to two graduating seniors, who have been active in community service and intend to continue their education in social science — Awarded to Jillian L. Bainbridge and Benjamin T. Schragger.

The Hopewell Valley Soccer Association Scholarships in the amount of $1,500 each are presented to one male and one female soccer player who best represent the qualities developed through participation in the HVSA program — Awarded to James Henry Cane, Patrick S. Dunne and Lillian Hope Olsen.

The James F. Byrnes Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $500 is presented to the following graduating senior who has been active in the community and plans to pursue a career in education and/or international studies — Awarded to Dori Anne Auslander.

The Janssen Pharmaceutical Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 is awarded to a student who demonstrates ongoing community service and is intent on pursuing a career in business or the health-care field — Awarded to Victoria A. DeLisa.

The JoAnn Moslock Meyer Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded to a graduating senior who plans to pursue a degree in the field of journalism, communications or political science and who best represents the ideals of the school — Awarded to Evelyn Anne Russo.

The Jordan Sprague Scholarship in the amount of $5,000 goes to the student who achieves excellence in the study of a foreign language during their four years at Hopewell Valley Central High — Awarded to Callie Isabel Holtermann.

The Jordan Sprague Scholarship in the amount of $5,000 goes to the student who achieves excellence in the study of history during their four years at Hopewell Valley Central High — Awarded to Jordan Burke Antebi.

The Mae K. Burd Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $500 is awarded to a graduating senior who intends to major in education at a four-year college or university — Awarded to Karlie Marie Lorenz.

The Megan Nicole Kanka Foundation Inc. Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 is awarded to a student who has shown community involvement and academic achievement and is planning to pursue further education at the college level — Awarded to Benjamin T. Schragger.

The Megan Cranstoun Memorial Scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to a graduating senior who plans to enter the field of nursing — Awarded to Olivia Margaret Obst.

The New Jersey Retirees’ Education Association, Isabelle M. Hickman Scholarship in the amount of $4,000 over four years — Awarded to Benjamin T. Schragger.

The Pennington Business & Professional Association, Fritz Bayless Memorial Scholarship of $500 — Awarded to Taravati Mae Schmitt.

The Pennington Doctors Abey and Miller Scholarship of $2,500 is awarded to a student planning a career in a health-related field — Awarded to Emelei Rose Klein.

The Pennington Players Jack and Mary Rees Memorial Award in the amount of $300 is presented to a graduating senior who has shown dedication and commitment in the area of performing arts — Awarded to Kaitlin Elle Weinstein.

Princeton Radiology Scholarship Program awards a $500 scholarship to a graduating senior planning to pursue a career in the allied health/medical science field — Awarded to Erin E. Kelly.

The Prudential Spirit of Community Award for recognition to a student who has demonstrated exceptional initiative in service to the community and has been designated one of the top student volunteers — Awarded to Alexis Taylor Maida.

The Raymond R. Wagner Memorial Scholarship is based on growth shown during four years of high school, qualities of leadership and dependability, concern for and an unselfish commitment to other students and people in the community and the value of education. Two $3,000 scholarships are being awarded — Awarded to Kelsey Erin Roe and Sabrina Marie Wagner.

The Richard Rodgers and Robert Rodgers III Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $280 is awarded to a graduating senior planning to enter the field of business — Awarded to Alexander S. Ochalski.

The Rosemary Hoch Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $500 is presented to a student in the graduating class who plans to pursue further education in home economics or a related field — Awarded to Taravati Mae Schmitt.

The St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Junior Volunteer Scholarship in the amount of $1,500 is presented to a senior who has at least 50 volunteer hours at St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center, has an outstanding academic record and achievements but also leadership and organizational skills — Awarded to Shalaka Fadnis.

The Stony Brook Elementary PTO is offering two scholarships in the amount of $500 each to one male and one female who were former students of Stony Brook Elementary School and who plan to further their academic studies at the college level — Awarded to Connor Kennedy Swaim and Alexis Nicole Terzian.

The Sue Fowler Team-RE/MAX of Princeton presents a $500 scholarship to a graduating senior in recognition of outstanding academic achievement and community involvement — Awarded to John Jacob Burger.

The Timberlane PTO awards two scholarships in the amount of $500 each to graduating seniors who were former students of Timberlane Middle School and who plan to pursue further academic studies at the collegiate level. These students have demonstrated qualities of leadership, service and commitment through active involvement throughout four years of high school — Awarded to James Henry Cane and Kaitlin Elle Weinstein.

The Toll Gate Grammar School PTO Book Award of $500 is presented to a former Toll Gate Grammar School student who has demonstrated a commitment to school and community life and is planning to pursue further academic studies — Awarded to Mary Elizabeth Griffin and Gillian V. Rice.

The Trenton College Club Branch of the American Association of University Women Scholarship in the amount of $2,000 goes to a student who ranks in the top 20 percent of their class and plans to attend an accredited four-year college — Awarded to Callie Isabel Holtermann.

The Union Line Garage Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 is being offered to a graduating senior who plans on furthering their education in the areas of automotives, engineering, architecture or physics — Awarded to Christopher Ronald Winters.

The Freeholders Mercer County Community College Scholarship in the amount of $2,000 is given to encourage Mercer County students to attend MCCC — Awarded to Davis Andrew Beaston and Melanie J. Slobiski. 

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