Magnet Juniors Scholarships

Below you will find a description of scholarships awarded to 11th grade Magnet students each year at the banquet. If you are interested in receiving any of these awards, please write an essay in the box provided about why you are interested in or should be chosen for the award using 250 words or less.

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  1. RIT Computing Medal

    Each year, the Rochester Institute of Technology honors 11th grade students from around the country with the RIT Computing Medal. The students that are selected demonstrate an interest and ability in computing and are involved as leaders in their schools and community. The recipients of this award automatically receive a $28,000 scholarship over four years to RIT.



  1. Rensselaer Medal

    For more than 90 years, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has awarded the Rensselaer medal to recognize the outstanding academic achievements of young men and women. The purpose of this award is to motivate students toward careers in science, engineering, and technology. This scholarship is worth a minimum of $100,000 over four years is guaranteed for each medalist who is accepted and chooses to enroll at RPI. This honor is only awarded to promising high school students, one boy and one girl, who have distinguished themselves in mathematics and science.



  1. Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award

    The Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award honors top science students at premiere high schools around the nation. Recipients are chosen based on their high achievement and rigor in science classes as well as their PSAT Math scores. This scholarship is worth at least $40,000 over four years.



  1. University of Rochester's Frederik Douglass & Susan B. Anthony Award

    The Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award is presented to an 11th grade student who demonstrates commitment to understanding and addressing difficult social issues, leadership and dedication to community action, and strong grades and rigorous courses taken in humanities and social sciences. This scholarship is worth at least $40,000 over four years.



  1. University of Rochester's George Eastman Young Leaders Award

    The junior nominated for this award must represent have strong leadership experience at school and in their community, high grades and challenging courses, and extensive involvement in extracurricular activities. This scholarship is valued at least $40,000 over four years.



  1. University of Rochester's Xerox Award for Innovation and Information Technology

    The recipient of the Xerox Award for Innovation and Information Technology is a student who has a strong interest in innovation and information technology and a high level of achievement in this area in coursework and outside of school. This student should lead other students to new approaches to old problems. This scholarship is worth at least $40,000 over four years.



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  1. What leadership positions do you hold in school and in your community?


  1. What are your titles of your research projects?
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