54 Connecticut High School Students Receive $324K In College Scholarships

More than 50 Connecticut students have each received thousands of dollars in scholarships after participating in a college preparation program.

Tre Ragin at Ansonia High School
Tre Ragin at Ansonia High School Photo Credit: ECMC Group

The ECMC Scholars Program has awarded a total of $324,000 in scholarships to 54 students eight Connecticut high schools, according to a news release from the organization. The Scholars Program is a two-year mentoring program that helps prepare students for college.

Each of the 54 students is set to receive $6,000 in scholarship funds. 

Participating schools include:

  • Ansonia High School
  • Bristol Eastern High School
  • Capital Preparatory Harbor Upper School
  • East Hartford High School
  • Emmett O'Brien Technical High School
  • Frank Scott Bunnell High School
  • Stamford High School
  • Windham High School

ECMC said the funds can be used "for enrollment in a degree or certificate program at an accredited college, university or career, and technical education institution." 

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