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Hannah Randolph Scholarship 

Three years ago this month, Hannah Randolph was a 9th grader in Wellesley High School.  During winter break she died unexpectedly in a skiing accident.  Hannah had touched the lives of many of her classmates.  She is remembered as a teenager who cared deeply about others, reached out to peers that were on the fringes of the social circles, had a quiet, warm sense of humor, and the ability to be silly, just for the fun of it.  She is remembered also for her dedication and hard work in her pursuit and love of music, athletics, and academics.  Her ultimate objective was not necessarily to win, but rather to be the best she was capable of, while supporting her peers, whether they be friends or people she had just come to know.The Hannah Randolph Fund was created in memory Hannah. The Fund offers scholarships to support and encourage others in the qualities that Hannah exhibited in her life.  These scholarships are grants to support an activity or project selected by the recipient and approved by the Fund’s Board.  The scholarships could potentially be used for clinics, camp, or summer programs in the areas of sports, academics, or music.  An award could also be used as a stipend for a student choosing to serve as a community service volunteer, either locally or outside of Wellesley.Once a scholarship is awarded, the recipient determines the activity or project for which they would like to use the scholarship money.  Upon approval by the Board of the Hannah Randolph Fund, the scholarship monies will be dispersed.This year the Hannah Randolph Fund will offer two scholarships.  One is the annual scholarship awarded to a 9th grade Wellesley student.  The other scholarship will go to a student in Hannah’s class of 2015.This scholarship meant to look beyond an individual’s achievements and talents in order to recognize students who exhibit the qualities that are most valuable to communities.  Those characteristics are caring, empathy, a willingness to work hard, the courage to reach out to others, and a passion for their interests in life.Please find two applications attached, one for a student to apply and one for an adult to nominate a student (must be a Freshman or in the Class of 2015). Please submit no later than Friday, March 6th to Mrs. Diane Zinck in the Main Office on the 1st Floor.Thank you

Bradford House Info

  • Location: 2nd Floor
  • Housemaster : Lynne F. Novogroski
  • Attendance Line: 781-446-6290 x4948
  • House Assistant: Mary Donahue 781-446-6290 x4621
  • Guidance Counselors: Marissa Coughlin, Cindy Hurley & Rosanne Sannicandro 

Perrin House Info

  • Location: 3rd Floor
  • Housemaster: Marc F. Bender
  • Attendance Line: 781-446-6290 x4949
  • House Assistant: Brenda Iarossi 781-446-6290 x4632
  • Guidance Counselors: John Steere & Julie Trask

Phillips House Info

  • Location: 4th Floor
  • Housemaster: Andrew E. Kelton
  • Attendance Line: 781-446-6290 x4950
  • House Assistant: Karen Bognnani 781-446-6290 x4647
  • Guidance Counselors: Janet Sozio, Kristi Stone & Meg Walendin
 
Wellesley High School
50 Rice Street • Wellesley Hills • Massachusetts • 02481
Phone 781-446-6290 • Fax 781-446-6308
www.wellesley.k12.ma.us/whs David F. Lussier, Superintendent • Jamie B. Chisum, Principal Wellesley High School cultivates positive learning experiences and fosters responsibility and integrity so that, upon leaving, our students will continue to contribute to their worlds. CORE VALUES
Academic Excellence • Commitment to Community • Respect for Human Differences • Cooperative and Caring Relationships

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