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W+H Students Earn STEM Recognition from RIT

Rudy Brandl

Sarah Honan, Director of College Counseling at The Wardlaw+Hartridge School, presented RIT High School Awards to four students at the last Upper School meeting of the year in June 2023. Those awardees included:

•RIT Computing Award – Aadithya Srinivasan ’24 

•RIT Humanities and Social Sciences Award – Raiya Patel ’24 

•RIT Science and Math Award – Luke Tan ’24 

•RIT Women in STEM Award – Gbemi Olarewaju ’24 

RIT High School Award recipients must be ranked within the top 10 percent of their class, be pursuing a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum, have a cumulative GPA of 93 or higher, and be active members of their school and/or community. Recipients must also demonstrate particular aptitude and commitment to the area of study indicated on their award. 

The awardees will receive a waived application fee and a $76,000 scholarship ($19,000 annually)* if they are accepted for admission to an RIT BS/BFA program, and enroll full-time in the fall immediately following their high school graduation.