Doylestown, PA (June 8, 2020) – During these trying times, it’s even more important to recognize and celebrate the achievements of Bucks County students. Following remote collaboration with each of the County’s 19 public high schools, Foundations Community Partnership is delighted to announce the 2020 Partnership in Education Scholarship awardees. Despite school closures, guidance counselors and school administrators from every public high school in Bucks County submitted nominations for their students that best demonstrated a commitment to community service, academic performance, and quality of character.
“We are gratified that our local high schools were all able to participate in our scholarship program, even though they are working remotely due to the pandemic,” says Ron Bernstein, founding executive director, Foundations Community Partnership. “Students who have served as community volunteers and leaders deserve to be recognized, encouraged to work toward positive change after high school graduation and awarded scholarship money to continue their great work.”
Foundations Community Partnership awarded $1,000 to each of these Bucks County high school student leaders:
Bensalem resident Nabaa Abdulhussein at Bensalem High School (Attending Bucks Co. Community College)
Bristol resident Jacob Frey at Bristol Borough High School (Attending Adelphi College)
Furlong resident Christopher Abraham at Central Bucks High School East (Attending University of Pittsburgh)
New Britain resident Alexa Pereira at Central Bucks High School South (Attending Villanova University)
Warrington resident Thomas Butts at Central Bucks High School West (Attending Penn State Honors College)
Newtown resident Jordan Sabel at Council Rock High School North (Attending Purdue University)
Holland resident Michele Eddowes at Council Rock High School South (Attending University of Pittsburgh)
Croydon resident Rebecca Osbaldeston at Harry S. Truman High School (Attending Haverford College)
Perkasie resident Dana Beck at Upper Bucks County Technical School (Attending Bucks Co. Community College)
Bensalem resident Nishit Patel at Bucks County Technical High School (Attending Rutgers University)
Morrisville resident Bethany Macwana at Morrisville Sr. High School (Attending LaSalle University)
Levittown resident Delaney Young at Neshaminy High School (Attending Stockton University)
Carversville resident Maya Vaughn at New Hope – Solebury High School (Attending Brandeis University)
Riegelsville resident Maura Campbell at Palisades High School (Attending Lehigh University)
Perkasie resident Madison Farrell at Pennridge High School (Attending Misericordia University)
Yardley resident Noah Erdogan at Pennsbury High School (Attending University of Pennsylvania)
Quakertown resident Sarah Stofik at Quakertown Community High School (Attending University of South Carolina)
Warminster resident Steven Chen at William Tennent High School (Attending University of Pennsylvania)
Holland resident Brian Adams at Middle Bucks Institute of Technology (Attending Pennsylvania College of Technology)
For more information on the Partnership in Education program please call Foundations Community Partnership at 267-247-5584 or visit www.fcpartnership.org.
Foundations Community Partnership (www.fcpartnership.org) provides grants and technical assistance to non-profit organizations, awards scholarships to Bucks County high school seniors, subsidizes service learning internships for college students, underwrites community education programs and supports behavioral health education and research.
Contact: Beth Brody, 908-295-0600, email@example.com
Editor’s Note: Photos of the students are available upon request.