Science Fair Winners:
Maternal Mortality Rate of the BIPOC Community in the United States
Buildings vs Beehives: Which is More Structurally Sound?
The science behind sticky stuff: How foreign substances affect pitching
Is there gender inequality in the salary of Registered Nurses?
What is the Best Method for Growing Plants?
Crickets to Crumpets
Racial and Gender-Based Discrimination with Dress Codes
Emotional manipulation: Does guilt tripping increase adoption rates in companion animals?
SAT INFO: Windsor hosts the SAT's on March 11th; registration deadline is Feb 10th. Please reach out if you need help. PSAT10 Optional testing in April; forms will be sent to sophomore families in February.
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VSAC Scholarship Booklet:
One of the Scholarships in the VSAC Booklet is the Gilman Scholarship and Windsor HS seniors can apply!
s 14 GILMAN High school students l Cert or Undergrad program l Full time Frank M. and Olive F. Gilman Foundation Scholarship
The Gilman Foundation created this scholarship to promote academic growth and achievement in order to foster greater individual earning power and a skilled labor force. Recipients are selected by an independent selection committee not comprised of Gilman Foundation Board members. Recipients will be notified at high school graduation ceremonies.
Eligibility: • Vermont residency not required • Be a current high school senior who will graduate from one of the following Orange County or Windsor County high schools: Blue Mountain Union High School, Green Mountain Union High School, Hartford High School, Mid Vermont Christian School, Oxbow High School, Randolph Union High School, Sharon Academy, Springfield High School, Thetford Academy, White River Valley High School, Williamstown Middle High School, Windsor High School, or Woodstock Union High School
• Seek a certificate or an undergraduate degree • Enroll full time • Demonstrate financial need • Demonstrate school/community involvement • Attend an accredited school approved for federal Title IV funding (Pell grants, federal Direct loans) Required documents: Unified Scholarship Application, FAFSA, one recommendation letter #1 (non-relative), and essay #1 (general essay) Renewability: May be renewable for up to three additional years if continuously enrolled full time.
Amount: Approximately 75 scholarships up to $6,000 each Selection: Financial need, recommendation letter, and essay Estimated applicants: 246 Estimated awards: 62