OLEAN — Seven recent graduates of Ten Brook Academy/Franklinville Central School have been awarded scholarship awards administered by the Cataraugas Regional Community Foundation.
Benjamin Brol and Erica Schine received the Walter F. and Julia A. Dziekonski Scholarships for $2,700, respectively.
This scholarship is part of the Ten Brook Academy and Franklinville Central School District Fund and is awarded annually to two graduates (one male and one female) with strong career goals. Preference may be given to students pursuing a degree in a law enforcement-related field.
Brawl plans to study fish and wildlife technology at Finger Lakes Community College. Seene plans to attend animal behavior college to learn dog training.
Sarah Courtney received a $1,500 Ernst Family Scholarship.
Established by members of the Ernst family to commemorate the 50th wedding anniversary of Jerry and Diane Ernst, the Ernst Family Scholarship is designed for graduates with academic excellence from Ten Brook Academy/Franklinville Central School District who are eligible for any position. It is intended for those who aim to obtain a degree in Her one-year, one-year, or four-year college of secondary education, or career/vocational school. Preference will be given to students who are actively involved in community service and extracurricular activities and are pursuing a study or career in mathematics or science. Jerry Ernst and Diane Ernst were longtime teachers in the Franklinville School District.
Courtney plans to study mathematics at Massachusetts Liberal Arts College.
Jerin Benjamin Wilson received the Kathy Josie Spirit Memorial Scholarship ($1,200 scholarship) and the first-ever Terrence and Judith Mark Scholarship ($1,000).
The Kathy Josie Spirit Memorial Scholarship was created in memory of Josie, a Ten Brooke Academy/Franklinville High School graduate who demonstrated a strong academic commitment and embodied the spirit of the school through extracurricular activities, sports and volunteerism. It is intended for Preference is given to students majoring in business, accounting, sports management, or journalism for this scholarship.
The Terrence and Judith Mark Scholarship is for graduates of Ten Brooke Academy/Franklinville High School who plan to attend a two- or four-year college with good academic performance and at least two extra-curricular activities It is intended for people who participate in The scholarship was founded by former Franklinville educator Terrence Mark and his wife Judith Mark.
Benjamin-Wilson plans to study civil engineering technology at Alfred State University.
Megan Jackson received the Jen DeLong Memorial Scholarship for $1,000.
Established in memory of Jen DeLong, the Jen DeLong Memorial Scholarship is designed for students pursuing a career in, or achieving outstanding academic achievement in, the subject areas of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) and Music. Intended for alumni of Ten Block Academy/Franklinville Central School District. , give priority to female students.
Jackson plans to study nursing at Niagara University.
Jayla Frank received the Patricia “Anne” Hyster English/Journalism Memorial Scholarship for $800 and the Nancy Allen Memorial Scholarship for $500.
The Hyster Scholarship is awarded annually to a fourth-year student who graduates from Ten Brooke Academy/Franklinville Central School and enters a four-year college in memory of his many years as an English teacher in Franklinville. increase. First preference is for students who intend to major in English, journalism, or a related field and submit a letter of recommendation from a high school English teacher. The second choice is students of any major who have submitted a letter of recommendation from their high school English teacher.
The Nancy Allen Memorial Scholarship is open to students who have graduated from Franklinville Central School/Ten Brook Academy and are pursuing a study or career in the healthcare field. Established by the family of Nancy Allen, this scholarship commemorates Mrs. Allen, an alumnus of Ten Brook Academy and the University of Buffalo. Nancy was best known as one of the first home health nurses in the Franklinville and Olean area.
Frank plans to attend Saint Bonaventure College to study health sciences.
Anna Slavinski received the William H. Shure Memorial Scholarship for $300.
A scholarship of Ten Broeck Academy and the Franklinville Central School District Foundation, the Schwier Memorial Scholarship is an annual award that places first priority on graduates planning to enter the teaching profession.
Slavinski will also attend St. Bonaventure College, where he will study history.
Donations to these funds can be made at CRCF, 301 N. Union St., Suite 203, Olean, NY 14760, or online at cattfoundation.org.