Our annual scholarship is facilitated through the EHS Guidance Office. Forms are available for students who wish to apply and the office has a vetting process in place. Once screened, perspective awardees are scheduled for interviews with 2 EHSAA Board Members.
If you would like to support the EHSAA Annual Scholarship you can do so by mailing your tax deductible donation here:
EHS Alumni Association, Attn: Scholarship Fund, PO Box 591, Elkton, MD 21921
2019 Scholarship Awardees
Ms. Lea Termine has a heart for the elderly. She visited an assisted living home and realized that her calling was to become a nurse and work with the elderly. One day, she would like to own and operate her own nursing home where patients would receive the care, love, and support that they need and deserve. She will be attending Salisbury University in the fall.
Our next two recipients, Mr Tyler Bowls and Mr. Tyler Edge, would rather be fishing! Both of these gentlemen enjoy the outdoors and find that nature here in Cecil County is the best stress reliever ever! One has decided that he will be pursuing a career with the Department of Natural Resources and will attend Cecil College in the fall. The other is looking forward to completing his degree in logisitics and will also begin his journey at Cecil College. He LOVES data and is willing to go wherever his services are needed!
And finally, our last recipient, Ms. Hannah Sadler. She has had an incredible life journey already and has never faltered once from an amazing positive outlook on life and her future. She will be attending the University of Notre Dame in the fall for nursing. She has already received nursing certificates from the Cecil County School of Technology and can not wait to share her expertise on the mission field.
2018 Scholarship Awardees
One of our recipients is after my own heart as she has caught the passion for teaching ~ and enjoys those students who may be, shall we say, a little challenging! And if that doesn’t get you, she also loves to bake! Ms. Samaah Wahid.
Another recipient has a heart for her community. She not only wants to educate them on important social issues, but also give back through her gift of medicine. Ms. O-la-Day Ashiru.
Our third recipient is destined to be a traveling nurse! She has already started her experience through missions work in and out of the country while always putting an artsy personal touch on those she comes into contact with. Ms. Megan O’Neal
Our fourth recipient manages to stay involved in band, chorus, Student Council, other clubs, plays multiple sports all the while helping out at home with family. Her experiences with the medical field have inspired her to explore a medical career as well as continues to build her character. Ms. Sonali Shah.
And finally, our last recipient. He dazzled the committee from the beginning! His work ethic, positive attitude, and motto of “If it doesn’t work, move on”, immediately helped us know without a doubt that he would aspire to great things, no matter where life takes him! Mr. Dimetri Giafes.