If you’re a senior who is planning to pursue a full-time degree program at an accredited college or university for law, have demonstrated leadership, and are in the upper 20% of the class, check out this scholarship!
The Monroe County Bar Program requires an official transcript, recommendations, and an application with an essay about why you’re interested in studying law. More information can be found at guidance and http://monroebar.org/index.cfm?e=inner2&itemcategory=92663. Good luck!
If you’ve collected a lot of volunteer hours and experience over 4 years of high school, consider the Emily Weidinger scholarship.
For seniors, this scholarship requires your transcript, an application, and mailing of the completed application for submission. Due on April 1, students have the chance to win $500.
More information can be found at the guidance office. Good luck!
The Powder Puff game has been a long-lasting tradition showcasing Stroudsburg High School’s female athletes in a game of flag football. The money raised by each class is up for grabs for the winners to take.
This year’s winners are the seniors with a score of 26-0.Gallery • 65 Photos Hidalgo Shelbi Calligari, Lyba Ali and Ella Butz Photo credit: Kiara Hidalgo, 12, Yearbook Staff.
If you’re pursuing a career in math and have succeeded in your math classes, consider applying for the Math Student of the Year scholarship!
Applicants will need to provide transcripts, a recommendation from a math teacher, and fill out an application. More information can be found at www.npctm.org and good luck!
If you care about current events and world news, apply to The American Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Essay and Art Competition!
The American Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Essay and Art Competition is hosted by the American Red
Cross IHL Youth Action Campaign. It’s meant to encourage learning about International Humanitarian Law and the critical role it plays in reducing the effects of war and in protecting innocent civilians during times of
Categories for this competition include Junior High (8th grade), (2) High School I (Grades 9-10), and High School II (Grades 11-12).
Applicants are required to write an essay and create an art piece to apply. More details can be found at https://www.redcross.org/content/dam/redcross/ihl/ARC-Essay-Art-Competition-Standards-FY24.pdf. Good luck!
On Tuesday, December 5 East Stroudsburg University President Kenneth Long welcomed members of the campus community and their families for an annual holiday lights event.
The Warriors Marching Band played holiday music, the cheerleaders engaged the crowd, and President Long took a moment to celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa. After the lighting, Long and the Warrior Mascot invited everyone to enjoy holiday cookies and hot chocolate.
If you’re interested in politics or current events, consider joining The Acceptance Project (TAP)!
TAP is a club that allows students to talk about controversial issues in a safe space. The rocky political climate makes it difficult for people to discuss their ideas without receiving backlash.
Topics like gun control, abortion, and the death penalty are seen as taboo in today’s day and age, but The Acceptance Project unites students through mutual discussions of topics like these.
The club’s members span the political spectrum, from conservative to liberal. This diversity of students allows members to hear other people’s perspectives, work together, and put aside previous biases.