In The Schools

Summit H.S. Seniors Earn Anderson Scholarship Honors for Academic, Athletic Excellence

8125d26cab304eb3c2c4_7b45586d7e3059bbff53_DSC_0123-4.jpeg
Front row: Sara Szynal, Caitlin Osmulski, Allison Curley, Callie Humphrey; Back row: Json Schneider, Luke Mahoney, Matteo diMayorca, Robby Faris. Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit
353f3117194819be5b25_f86c789b20c47154a42f_DSC_0113-5.jpeg
Sara Szynal (Northwestern University), Caitlin Osmulski (Miami, OH, University), Callie Humphrey (Duke University) and Allison Curley (Wake Forest University). Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit
66916b4e710873206331_6f6917ff3799f630a9a8_DSC_0121-3.jpeg
Jason Schneider (University of Maryland), Luke Mahoney (University of Michigan), Matteo diMayorca (Harvard), and Robby Faris (Johns Hopkins University). Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit
8125d26cab304eb3c2c4_7b45586d7e3059bbff53_DSC_0123-4.jpeg

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit High School Senior Athletic Banquet saw eight student athletes -- four girls and four boys -- named recipients of the Howard S. Anderson Scholarship Award, as presented by the Summit Boosters Association at The Grand Summit Hotel.
 
Each of the eight receive $1,500 to use toward their education. The Summit Boosters Association has presented the awards for more than three decades, which were re-named in 1998 to honor Anderson's long and distinguished career as a SHS teacher, coach and athletic director.
 
The awards are voted on by the varsity coaching staff, who each select four female and four male student athletes on their ballot, based on the following criteria:
 
Sign Up for E-News

- Ranked in the upper half of their class academically.
 
- Have been accepted into a two- or four-year college, technical or business school, and will start classes in the fall term of 2015.
 
- Have earned at least one Varsity letter.
 
- Demonstrated outstanding athletic ability, as well as good leadership and sportsmanship qualities.


 
- Exhibited, through athletic activity, academic work, and other activities, that they are of high character, a person of good integrity, and are a responsible citizen of the community.
 
The eight Hilltoppers, their sports, and college destinations are:
 
Allison Curley
Cross Country, Track and Field 
Wake Forest University
 
Callie Humphrey
Soccer, Swimming, and Lacrosse
Duke University
 
Caitlin Osmulski
Basketball, Lacrosse
Miami (OH) University
 
Sara Szynal
Lacrosse
Northwestern University
 
Matteo diMayorca
Football
Harvard University
 
Robby Faris
Football, Baseball
Johns Hopkins University
 
Luke Mahoney
Soccer, Swimming
University of Michigan
 
Jason Schneider
Track and Field, Baseball
University of Maryland

TAP Into Another Town's News:

You May Also Be Interested In

Sign Up for E-News

Summit

Upcoming Events

Carousel_image_7be61d8c0218a63463d0_4f185ba72d5296e67c72_adobestock_74413077_mother_goose

Tue, April 24, 10:00 AM

Summit Free Public Library, Summit

Ages 6 mo.-2 yrs.: Mother Goose Mornings

Arts & Entertainment Education

Carousel_image_c59277305d03a4dae3a5_4164c2471f3c198c0cc5_storytime_0317

Tue, April 24, 10:00 AM

Summit Free Public Library, Summit

Mother Goose Mornings

Arts & Entertainment Education

Carousel_image_ff35ab71e957e9734489_jump_in_swim

Tue, April 24, 11:00 AM

The Connection, Summit

Jump In & Swim

Arts & Entertainment

Summit Fire Department Blotter

02/01/2018, 7:26 am - FD dispatched to Route 78 East Bound mile marker 47.2 for a reported motor vehicle accident with entrapment and injuries. On arrival both the Springfield and Summit Fire Departments set up for extrication. The vehicle was chocked to stabilize the vehicle. EMS performed patient care. A hose line was stretched for possible fire suppression by the Berkeley Heights FD.

Summit Police Blotter

April 11, 2018

3/13 - Jayhee Cho, 32, of Summit was arrested and charged with criminal mischief. Mr. Cho was processed and released with a pending court date.

3/13 - Aseyefigh K. Papanye, 30, of Brooklyn, New York was arrested and charged with theft of credit cards, fraudulent use of credit cards, theft by deception, theft by unlawful taking, obstruction of the administration of the law, and possession of ...

Video: Point View's Petrides Says Oil Price Hysteria Unwarranted, Talks Tech

April 23, 2018

Point View Wealth Management's Managing Director and Portfolio Manager, John Petrides, live on BNN Bloomberg discussing stocks with oil near $70 per barrel and major Tech earnings this week:

ptview.com/medias/tv-radio

​​​​​​For nearly 25 years, Point View Wealth Management, Inc. has been working with families in Summit and beyond, providing customized portfolio management ...

Video: Point View's Petrides Talks AMEX, GE and Amazon Earnings, Stock Outlook

Point View Wealth Management's Managing Director and Portfolio Manager, John Petrides, live on FOX Business AM discussing several upcoming pivotal earnings and possible market reactions:

ptview.com/medias/tv-radio

​​​​For nearly 25 years, Point View Wealth Management, Inc. has been working with families in Summit and beyond, providing customized portfolio management ...

Fear of Rising Rates? Remember The Reason You Own Bonds

If the current interest environment has you concerned about your bond portfolio, remember why you are investing in bonds.  The role bonds, or fixed income, play in a portfolio is not solely based on performance.  Bonds are used to offer stability, particularly when stock market volatility is rising. Rate hikes can dampen bond performance, but keep perspective on how rising rates impact ...

Cluelessly Clueless

I teenaged my way through high school under the assumption that my parents had no idea what I was doing.  I like to think I was pretty good at withholding information and presenting situations in ways that were other than they really were.

 

Still, sometimes they found things out.  Like the time my friends plopped me on our front door step at one o'clock in the morning ...

Practice for the PARCC @ Your Library

Students in Grades 3 and up who live in Summit can practice the Math and Language Arts skills that they learned in school and prepare for the upcoming PARCC exam using the Summit Free Public Library’s FREE subscriptions to Lumos Step Up and Learning Express.  

To access Lumos Step Up and Learning Express, visit the library’s website:  www.summitlibrary.org.

Mouse-over ...