HULL — Superintendent Judith Kuehn and Hull High School Principal Nicole Nosek are pleased to announce that 21 seniors at Hull High School are among seniors statewide to receive a John and Abigail Adams Scholarship this year.
“We are very proud of our students who have demonstrated high academic achievement on their MCAS tests and who are being honored with this well-deserved recognition from the state,” Principal Nosek said.
This scholarship is available to students whose MCAS performance puts them in thetop 25% of their district. To be eligible, students must either score Advanced on the English, Math and Science exams, or Advanced on one exam and High Proficient on the other two. Students take the MCAS tests in the spring of their sophomore year.
Recipients of the Adams Scholarship are granted a four-year scholarship upon their acceptance to a participating Massachusetts public institution of higher education, including the four undergraduate campuses of the University of Massachusetts, all nine state universities and all 15 community colleges. The exact amount of the Adams Scholarship will depend on the institution in which the student enrolls, but for full-time, in-state students, it currently averages:
- At the undergraduate campuses of the University of Massachusetts: a credit of $1,575 per year toward total student charges
- At the state universities: a credit of $1,036 per year toward total student charges
- At the community colleges: a credit of $740 per year toward total student charges
The following Hull High School seniors have earned an Adams Scholarship:
Jenna Canavan, Katie Clifford, Maeve Donohue, Carly Donovan, Bianca Foresta, Brody Foster, Alexandra Gampel, Hailey Grubbs, Shawna Hernandez-Larochelle,Robert Hunter, Maximillian Iorio, Fionn Krahforst, Kacee McKinney, John Meagher, Arieanna Miller, Benjamin Olivieri, Jacob Rickard, Victoria Rosado, Melissa Rymaszewski, Anthony Scalia and Nolan Tiani.