FULTON – Several G. Ray Bodley High School seniors were recipients of the 2018 Scholarship for Academic Excellence from the New York State Education Department.
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Madison Lang was the designated student at GRB who received the only $1,500 award, while $500 awards were given to Jacob Geitner, Bradley Martin, Mason Rowlee, Keegan Wallace, Addison Billion, Julia Guarrera and Caitlyn McAfee.
Scholarships were awarded based New York State Regents examination scores in comprehensive English, algebra 2 and trigonometry, global studies, U.S. history and government and science.
According to NYSED, all awards are “renewable for up to four academic years of undergraduate study or five academic years, if the program of study normally requires five years as defined by the Commissioner of Education.