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George D. Senter Scholarship Endowment for Students from Maine

The Hill School, a highly selective independent boarding school for students in grades 9-12 located in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, is pleased to announce that students from Maine who meet Hill’s admission criteria may be considered for a need-based scholarship provided through the generosity of the late George D. Senter of Brunswick, Maine, a mathematics teacher, dormitory parent, and adviser at The Hill for more than 30 years. The George D. Senter Scholarship Endowment for Students from Maine demonstrates Mr. Senter’s affection for both The Hill School and his beloved home state of Maine.
 
Founded in 1851, The Hill School is a purposefully small and close learning community – a place where our academic excellence is based upon a challenging liberal arts curriculum; a faculty of highly qualified, dedicated teachers; a noteworthy breadth of advanced and honors course offerings; and a structured atmosphere that blends high expectations with meaningful support. A Hill education can enhance students’ competitive college opportunities and prepares young people exceedingly well for future experiences.

Interested students
should apply to The Hill School and, for additional information regarding the George D. Senter Scholarship, contact Assistant Headmaster for Enrollment Management Tom Eccleston by email at teccleston@thehill.org or by phone at 610-705-1296. Similarly, guidance counselors, teachers, coaches, and Hill alumni, parents, and friends who wish to nominate a talented student should contact Tom Eccleston as indicated above. Please note that the George D. Senter Scholarship is designated for academically qualified students with demonstrated financial need.

The Mission Statement of The Hill School | The Hill School prepares young men and women from across the country and around the world for college, careers, and life. Within a family school environment and rigorous liberal arts curriculum, we challenge our young people to work hard; think and reason; be fulfilled; serve the common good; and be prepared to lead as citizens of the world, uniquely guided by our motto, “Whatsoever things are true.”

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