Awards are made from the endowments and grants listed below.  Each endowment's balance determines the amount of the award.  In some cases awards may not be given every year. 
 
In addition to these endowment and grant scholarships, a number of awards are given each year from chapter general funds raised through community fund raising. 
 
Generally, awards are based on scholarship, school activities, community service and need.  Endowments and grants may have different (or additional) criteria upon which awards are based. 
 
The single, on-line Student Profile is used to apply for all available endowments and grants.

 

Dr. Bernard Rosenberg Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to a graduating senior with outstanding academic accomplishments and a well-balanced interest in the arts and sciences. This was our first endowed scholarship.

 

Awarded to a student who has shown exceptional accomplishment during his/her high school career.

 

Wayne Pratt Scholarship

Awarded in memory of Wayne Pratt, a generous contributor.

 

Awarded in memory of our former governor to a student with demonstrated community service and interested in government studies.

 

Awarded in memory of Roland Manzi Sr. and Jr. to a student interested in any of the following: horticulture, environmental science, gardening, Agra-science, nature, politics, cooking, business or music.
 

Old Woodbury Historical Society Scholarship

Awarded in the memory of education chairman Janet Bartow to a student interested in history.

 

Awarded to a business student inclined to self-employment.

 

Awarded to a student of outstanding character and motivation but who may have average scholastic standing.

 

Awarded to a student exhibiting outstanding citizenship and is sponsored by the Woodbury Democratic Town Committee.

 

Drs. Virginia & Harold Perkinson Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to a student interested in the sciences.

 

Awarded to a student with outstanding character and scholastic attainment.

 

Awarded to a student interested in civil engineering, computer science, technology or art.

 

Awarded in memory of Reed Weyburn, who helped to start the Woodbury Scholarship Fund.

 

Awarded to a student interested in education.

 

Awarded to a student interested in education or mathematics.

 

Awarded to a prospective English major.

 

Mitchell School PTO Scholarship
Awarded to a student who has graduated from Mitchell School and Nonnewaug High School.

 

Awarded to a student from Woodbury or Bethlehem planning to major in the environment, natural sciences or teaching.

 

Awarded to a student majoring in political science, history or public service who displays an involvement in community service.

 

Choate-Musgat Scholarship
Awarded to a student interested in journalism.

 

Awarded to a student interested in the arts, music, architecture, engineering, construction or church studies.

 

Awarded with an emphasis on curiosity and a spirit of adventure.

 

Awarded to a student interested in helping others, history, or historic preservation.

 

Awarded to a student interested in mechanical, land or environmental engineering.

 

Awarded to a student interested in health and sciences.

 

Awarded preferably to a North Congregational Church member.

 

Awarded on WSF criteria.

 

Awarded on WSF criteria with an emphasis on motivation.

 

Awarded to a caring student demonstrating good citizenship.

 

Awarded to a student interested in engineering, science, mathematics or public service.

 

Awarded to a student interested in community service.

 

Awarded to a student planning to pursue a career in business.

 

Roger Devino Scholarship
Awarded to a student attending the University of Connecticut and planning to major in business management.

 

Awarded to a student who intends to major in economics, finance or business.

 

Awarded to a female student with career interest in horticulture, agriculture, forestry or culinary studies.

 

Awarded to a student with a sharp interest in science.

 

Awarded to a student who has overcome a handicap and gained acceptance to a four year college or trade school.

 

Awarded to a student interested in engineering, metallurgy or languages.

 

Awarded to a student interested in banking or business

 

Awarded to a student interested in volunteerism and a love of history and travel.

 

Awarded to a student pursuing a bachelor's degree in commercial art at Rhode Island School of Design, Yale, Pratt Institute or similar institution.

 

Awarded to a student interested in public service.

 

Awarded to a student interested in guidance counseling, psychology or teaching, and who has been involved in community service.

 

Awarded to a graduating senior, or second or third year college student interested in mechanical engineering and who has been involved in the Woodbury community .

 

Peter J. Dowling Memorial Scholarship

Awarded on WSF criteria

 

Awarded to a student who demonstrates a very high level of academic achievement and an interest in the arts, sciences, architecture or medicine.

 

Kohler-Perez Fallen Hero Scholarship
Awarded to a student who has lost a parent or other relative in combat, or other protective service such as fire or police.

 

Awarded to a student with an interest in arts or architecture and good but not necessarily top grades.

 

Awarded to a student with career interest in education.

 

Awarded to a female student with career interest in business.

 

Awarded to a male student with career interest in communications, writing, education or the arts.

 

Robert J. Corsico Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to a student with interest in linguistics or international studies.

 

Awarded to a student interested in music, music production or business.

 

Newtown Savings Bank Scholarship
Awarded to a student interested in community involvement.

 

Awarded to a student based on need.

 

Awarded to a student with a willingness to help others, compassion and respect and does good deeds without the need for recognition. Academics are not a consideration.

 

Awarded to a female student majoring in art.

 

Awarded to a student with a high level of academic achievement who has been involved in school and community activities and is pursuing a nursing or related health care profession.

 

Awarded to a student majoring in sciences, botany or biology, who also participates in environmental activities and exhibits academic excellence.

 

Awarded to one male and one female graduating senior in the top half of their class.

 

Awarded to an average, but solid student, preferably a member of the North Church or someone with a track record of community service and volunteerism.

 

Student must have attended Bethlehem Elementary or Mitchell Elementary School, AND graduated from Nonnewaug High School and a  record of community service. Embodies the motto, "I am safe, responsible, respectful, prepared"; a student that might be "Caught being excellent." and with interest in an education career, if possible.  Academic standing should not be a consideration.

 

Awarded to Woodbury resident and graduating high school senior from Nonnewaug High School or Holy Cross High School demonstrating academic accomplishments in mathematics and/or computer science.

 

King Solomon Masonic Lodge #7 Scholarship 

Awarded to a Region 14 resident student graduating from Nonnewaug High School and pursuing an education at a trade or vocational, post-secondary school.
 
 
An annual grant to assist a Nonnewaug student from Woodbury or Bethlehem to continue his/her education in the fields of horticulture, botany or environmental sciences.

 

Karen Albino Nursing Scholarship
Assist a nursing student (or a student in a related medical field such as pre-med, Physicians Assistant or Allied Health) who has demonstrated financial need and volunteer experience.

 

This fund is to provide financial assistance to enable a qualified student to continue his/her pursuit of a career in engineering.
 
To assist a Nonnewaug High School graduate (Woodbury or Bethlehem resident) to continue their education to become a nurse, (RN or LPN), Certified Nurses Aide (CNA) or Home Health Aide (HHA).
 
Would favor, but not require that the recipient be a female resident of Woodbury. Recipient has a serious interest in music and/or volunteerism..
 
Awarded to a student whose interests are similar to Charles Hart's; an Eagle Scout, academics and business achievement.
 
Awarded to a male student pursuing a the field of biological sciences or education. Applicant must have high scholastic standing, have played varsity sports, been active in Church and have demonstrated volunteer service.
 
Given in recognition of team support at Go the Distance for Scholars and awarded to a Woodbury or Bethlehem student graduated from Nonnewaug High School and involved in extra-curricular activities and community service.
 
Awarded to a student majoring in any of the following: Library Sciences, Modern Languages, English Literature, History, International Studies, Psychology, music or the arts.
 
Awarded to a graduating senior with outstanding academic accomplishments and a well-balanced interest in the arts and sciences. This was our first endowed scholarship.
 
This scholarship is provided to a student who is majoring in Engineering and Engineering Technologies and has a strong record of volunteerism.