This is the twenty-second year that Dean College is awarding the scholarship to a Tri-County student.
Consideration for the scholarship is based on a completed admissions application, a Tri-County senior in good standing, superior academic record, teacher recommendations, interviews with a Dean College Admissions representative and Tri-County School Counselors, and extra-curricular activities including employment.
Taylor was awarded the scholarship based upon her professionalism and composure along with many of her accolades. Taylor has been a member of the Green Club, Yearbook Club, softball team and Girl Scouts during her time at Tri-County. She is also a member of the Peter H. Rickard Chapter of the National Honor Society and was named to the honor roll her freshman, sophomore and junior year.
Taylor was well prepared for the interview process. Tri-County students are groomed to present themselves in a professional manner. They are taught to research an organization so they are ready to answer any questions posed to them prior to going to an interview.
“Taylor Trembley is a student who excelled both in the classroom and in various activities inside and outside the school. She had almost a perfect 4.0. GPA and was a member of Tri-County’s varsity softball team, active in the Girl Scouts of America from an early age on and did a fine job representing the school in the Skills USA competition in her concentration area of Graphic Communications. She also had stellar recommendations from her teachers and staff at Tri-County HS,” said Larry Thode, Sr. Assistant Director of Admissions, Dean College.
“We are once again grateful of the generosity that Dean College has granted to one of our students and we are proud of the relationships we have built to benefit our communities," said Stephen Dockray, Superintendent. “The scholarship program will allow another Tri-County student to pursue a college education. Congratulations to Taylor from all of us at Tri-County.”