BCREA awarded eight $1,000 scholarships this spring to area high school students. Waldwick High School graduates Alexis Conlon Hines and Fiona McGovern are attending East Stroudsburg University and Boston University, respectively. Morristown High School graduate Lorelei Eck attends Elizabethtown College; Wood-Ridge High School graduate Samantha Eckert attends Stevenson University; Rutherford High School graduate Ashley Hazekamp attends the University of South Florida; Lodi High School graduate Brooke Scarcella attends Monmouth University; Hasbrouck Heights High School graduate Olivia Myers attends Marist College; and Mahwah High School graduate Stephanie Lane attends Fordham University this fall. Morris
Morris County REA awarded thirteen $2,000 scholarships for the 2021-22 school year. All recipients of the scholarships plan to study or are currently majors in the field of education. First-year recipients of this award include Olivia Algieri and Hailey Scaff, both graduates of Hanover Park High School, Jason Gabel, a graduate of Morris Knolls High School, Katherine Zeigler, a graduate of Chatham High School, and Olivia Scanzera, a graduate of Randolph High School.
Second-year recipients Anna Accumanno attends Kean University, Ashley Muth attends the University of Vermont, Caroline Berardo attends the College of St. Elizabeth, Katie Berger attends The College of New Jersey, Arianna Granda attendsRowan University, Nicole Kahwaty attends William Paterson University, Margaret Borinski attends University of Delaware, and McKenzie Lynch attends West Virginia University.
Salem County REA also awarded a future education major. Woodstown High School graduate Karly Pratt was selected to receive the one-year SCREA Field-Henderson $1,000 scholarship. Karly attends Stockton University this fall.