Academy pg 11 7-13-17

New Scholarships
Jay Livernois, left, president of The Woodstock Academy Alumni Association, and Jonathan Sturdevant, associate head of School for Advancement. Courtesy photo.
WOODSTOCK — The Woodstock Academy announced the recent creation of two scholarships for local students to attend The Woodstock Academy.
One scholarship is sponsored by The Woodstock Academy Alumni Association for the amount of $1,000 and matched by The Metro Bistrot in Southbridge, Massachusetts.
A second scholarship, in the amount of $1,500, was made possible by an anonymous donor.
Jay Livernois, president of The Alumni Association, said it was fitting for The Association to designate a scholarship to allow more students to attend The Academy “in order to create new alumni.” The scholarship is in keeping with the tradition of Academy Alumni investing back into students of The Woodstock Academy.
Head of School Christopher Sandford said “The Academy is privileged to have alumni who take pride in their alma mater and want future students to have the same Academy experience they did.”
Each of the scholarships will be awarded to local deserving students.
Amy Favreau, Assistant Head of School for Enrollment described the process; “once a student has applied to Woodstock Academy, they are chosen to receive a scholarship based on their academic achievements and involvement in the community.”
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