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Wantagh Teen Awarded Holy Trinity HS Scholarship

Emily Jannace is one of four Holy Trinity juniors awarded a scholarship for her senior year by the Office of Institutional Advancement.

Wantagh resident Emily Jannace is one of four juniors at Holy Trinity High School in Hicksville to awarded a scholarship for her senior year by the Office of Institutional Advancement.

Members of Holy Trinity’s junior class are nominated by the teachers and guidance counselors based on excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership and service.  Jannace was awarded the scholarship during Holy Trinity’s annual Junior Ring Night Ceremony on March 22.

Jannace has been a medalist at the Long Island Al Kalfus Math Fair and a member of the Math Honor Society as well as a math tutor. She has been a Girl Scout since kindergarten and is an Altar Server and CYO coach at Holy Family Parish in Hicksville as well as being a lector at Holy Trinity all while maintaining a weighted average of over 97 percent.

Other Holy Trinity juniors awarded scholarships included Dominique Calandrillo of Garden City, Cory Robinson of Bethpage and Jonathan Trencheny of Rockville Centre. 

Chris Wendt April 01, 2013 at 05:17 PM
Well-deserved reward and honor for a truly exemplary young lady! Kudos to Holy Trinity High School and their Office of Institutional Advancement for providing the various opportunities for people to excel and to then be recognized in a meaningful way.
Lorraine DeVita April 01, 2013 at 06:09 PM
Congratulations to this young lady for her hardwork and dedication. Also to HT and the OIA for recognizing and rewarding all these fine students. Congratulations also need to be extended to the parents who have made sacrifices to insure their children have these types of opportunites. WONDERFUL !
Dan F April 02, 2013 at 02:17 PM
CONGRATS to these great students and kids. Your parents have done a wonderful job with you as has the PRIVATE school system. PATCH keep up the great news articles on our communities kids who attend the private schools. Parents of the middle schoolers need to see what options are available to them at these great schools. Save yourself the yearly grief associated with "what are they gonna cut".........
Marianne B.Boruch April 07, 2013 at 12:03 AM
Emily Iam very proud of you congrations love Mimi

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