As Morristown High School (MHS) seniors map out their plans after graduation, finances are certainly top of mind. To help alleviate this concern, the Morris Educational Foundation(MEF), is pleased to announce it is currently accepting online applications from MHS seniors through April 1. This year, the MEF is awarding 28 scholarships to Morristown High School seniors who plan to attend schools across the country. The non-profit organization, which enhances excellence in education in the Morris School District, has many scholarship opportunities available, totaling more than $370,000 currently funded by alumni, individuals and foundations.
The MEF has scholarships available for every student – from funding for those pursuing careers in STEM, education or business, to commendable student-athletes or passionate seniors who demonstrate a commitment to their community. The organization awards scholarships to eligible Morristown High School seniors through an online application process and allows students to apply for all scholarships at one time, which reduces the time spent on submitting common application information. Scholarships will be awarded to recipients at the end of the school year in June.
“We are honored to offer a wide variety of scholarships to Morristown High School seniors,” said Molly Servais, Morris Educational Foundation Scholarship chair and member of the Morris Educational Foundation Board of Trustees. “Our students work incredibly hard, and thanks to the many generous and enthusiastic donors who fund our scholarships, we are able to give them the opportunity to realize their dreams. We look forward to reviewing all applications.”
The deadline to submit all scholarship applications is Friday, April 1. To learn more, view the complete list of scholarships and their requirements, and apply click here.
MEF scholarships are established by individuals, families and organizations that wish to create a lasting legacy for the MHS community. Many of them are named in honor of Morristown High School graduates and Morris School District educators. If you are interested in establishing a scholarship, please contact MEF Associate Executive Director, Caroline Godfrey, at email@example.com.