SCHOLARSHIPS

Over $285,000 awarded in college and book scholarships to graduating East Hampton High School seniors.

2018 Recipient Ping Edmunds with GEHEF President Nancy McMullan (left), Maureen Boles and Shannon DiGate.

2018 Recipient Ping Edmunds with GEHEF President Nancy McMullan (left), Maureen Boles and Shannon DiGate.

The Ben & Bonnie Krupinski Memorial

$10,000 College Scholarship

One $10,000 4 Year Scholarship awarded per calendar year to a high school senior who has been accepted to an accredited 2 or 4 year college. $2,500 per year will be awarded to the student.

2018 Recipient: Ping Edmunds

NEW IN 2019

THE BONNIE BISTRIAN KRUPINSKI WOMEN IN BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP

A $2,500 Scholarship will be awarded to a female graduate planning to attend college to pursue a business path, be it academic, professional or entrepreneurial.

 

2018 recipients: Jorge Aranzazu, Myra Arshad, Alicia Benis, Lucy Emptage, Madison Hughes, Madison Jones, Danielle Lackner, Orlando Marin, Zachary Minskoff, Erin White.

2018 recipients: Jorge Aranzazu, Myra Arshad, Alicia Benis, Lucy Emptage, Madison Hughes, Madison Jones, Danielle Lackner, Orlando Marin, Zachary Minskoff, Erin White.

Book Scholarships $500 Per Recipient

Each year GEHEF awards 10 book scholarships to graduating East Hampton High School students. Funds are used for college textbook purchases.

2018 Recipients:

Jorge Aranzazu, Myra Arshad, Alicia Benis, Lucy Emptage, Madison Hughes, Madison Jones, Danielle Lackner, Orlando Marin, Zachary Minskoff, Erin White

the dan hamlin memorial scholarship

One $500-$1,000 scholarship awarded per calendar year to a EHHS Senior planning on majoring in science (including engineering, math and science education)

2018 Recipient: Hannah Mirando

Character education scholarships awarded each Spring

Character education scholarships awarded each Spring

8th Grade “habits of the mind” CHARACTER AWARDS:

The Habits of Mind are an identified set of 16 problem solving, life related skills, necessary to effectively operate in society and promote strategic reasoning, insightfulness, perseverance, creativity and craftsmanship.

One 8th Grade student from each school is honored each year. Names are listed on brass plaques in the main lobby.

2018 EHMS Recipient - Andrea Rivera Sagbay
2018 Springs School Recipient - Kaylynn Cruceta
2018 Montauk School Recipient - David Gregorio