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Fulton High School Seniors Earn Scholarships

FULTON, NY – Nearly a dozen G. Ray Bodley High School students got a financial boost for college, thanks to a handful of scholarships that were awarded Monday morning.

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Bodley High School guidance counselors Dante Ascenzi and Matt Goodnough join Principal Donna Parkhurst in congratulating 11 students who earned academic excellence scholarships for their outstanding score on Regents examinations.

The Academic Excellence Scholarships are awarded to 8,000 New York state students annually, with up to 2,000 awards of $1,500 per year and 6,000 awards of $500 per year.

After earning high marks on Regents exams throughout their high school careers, GRB students Makenna Cealie and Kaitlyn Kinney each earned the $1,500 annual scholarship.

The $500 awards went to Lexi Abelgore, Jacob Batchelor, Jacob Belcher, Jennah Lamb, Geoffry Michaels, Nicholas Reitz, Amanda Rice, Madden Rowlee and Taylor Smithers.