Froemel awarded $100K scholarship
McDaniel College has awarded freshman Madison Froemel, of Suffolk, a $100,000 Educator’s Legacy Scholarship.
Children with a parent or guardian who has at least four years of current and consecutive full time employment at a K-12 school or community college can apply for this guaranteed scholarship to attend McDaniel College. Any service qualifies, such as teachers, administrators, counselors, nurses or support staff.
There is no limit to the number of scholarships awarded by McDaniel. The $25,000 annual scholarship (or $20,000 per year for commuter students) is renewable each year to students who maintain continuous enrollment and satisfactory academic progress.
According to McDaniel President Roger N. Casey, “McDaniel has successfully trained teachers and administrators for more than 100 years. The college also has a tradition of producing top educators, including the 2011 National Teacher of the Year Michelle Shearer. We are proud of this legacy and want to celebrate our commitment to educators by rewarding the children of elementary and secondary school employees with this scholarship.”
Kiersten King arrives at Lebanon Valley
Kiersten King, of Suffolk, was one of a record-breaking 518 new students arriving at Lebanon Valley College this fall, exceeding last year’s incoming student group, which was then the largest in the college’s history. The fall 2018 class includes an all-time high 473 first-year students and 45 transfers.
King, a graduate of Yucca Valley High School, is planning to pursue a degree in music education.
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