Miller Place Student Receives National Honor Society Scholarship

Miller Place School District (MSPD) is proud to announce that Joseph Maronski, member of the National Honor Society at MPHS, has been selected among thousands of applicants as a recipient of a 2018-19 National Honor Society Scholarship. Joseph will receive the scholarship in recognition of his commitment to making a difference in school and the community through his exceptional scholarship, service, leadership and character.

“The District is ecstatic to share the accomplishments of our scholar Joseph Maronski,” said Dr. Marianne Cartisano, superintendent of the Miller Place School District. “He is a very intelligent young man with a bright future. We wish him the very best in his future endeavors.”

The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), parent organization of NHS, has awarded more than $15 million in scholarships to outstanding NHS members since 1946. Of the 600 recipients, one national winner receives a $25,000 scholarship, 24 national finalists are each awarded a $5,625 scholarship, and 575 national semifinalists are awarded a $3,200 scholarship each. NASSP is committed to providing additional resources to assist students and families face the rising costs of higher education.

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