2016 Scholarship winners


2016 New Providence High School Scholarship Winners

Karalyn McNight will be attending The University of Scranton in the fall. She is an active member of the Community Service Association of New Providence, where she helps coordinate fund raising, membership, and volunteers at events they host. She also is a member of the Corpus Christi Youth Group, where she has volunteered at the Children’s Specialized Hospital in Mountainside. Most of her time there was spent comforting the sick children during their stay. She has also worked with the Renaissance Church Youth Group helping with such things as aiding victims of Super Storm Sandy to get back on their feet. This included providing food and clothes as well as cleaning water-logged debris from their homes. We are proud to recognize someone with a place in her heart for others a little less fortunate.


Rose Flanagan will be attending University of Sranton in the fall. She has aspirations of pursuing a career in nursing. She is motivated to enter this field from her experiences in volunteering at Overlook Hospital, NP EMS Squad, and Habitat for Humanity. She also is a 1st grade CCD teacher and Confirmation retreat team leader. She has traveled to West Virginia with Habitat for Humanity and will be heading to Akron, Ohio as a student leader for Habitat this summer. We are proud to acknowledge someone who is motivated and dedicated to helping others.


2016 Madison High School Scholarship Winners

Mackaella Goodwin will be attending Lycoming College in the fall. She is inspired to volunteer for children by her sister whom is affected by Down Syndrome. She has realized how important it can be to help others through the gift of sign language. Other acts of volunteerism include the Special Olympics and Arc of Morris. She is also involved in sports both as a player and a referee, and she has been on both the Honor Roll and High Honor Roll at Madison High School.


Ariel Riveros is enrolled at Seton Hall for the fall of 2016. She has been volunteering at the Overlook Medical Center and plans to pursue a career as a doctor. She has spent her time volunteering with students by preparing them for everyday life situations as well as challenges they may encounter. She has been a retreat leader at St. Vincent’s Youth Ministry and has helped volunteer during Hurricane Sandy. The Brooke Healey Foundation is is proud to support her in her future endeavors.


 For information about applying for one of our scholarships, please contact the NPHS or MHS Guidance department.