Sarah Levine made her mark at Huntington High School over the past four years. A member of the Class of 2018, she is headed to SUNY College at Fredonia, confident, assured and ready for the next phase of her education and life.
Highly regarded by her classmates and teachers, Ms. Levine is a thoughtful, articulate and creative young woman with a litany of gifts and talents. She has so much potential that the
Huntington Class of 2018 member Sarah Levine.
Huntington Association of Retired Teachers and Employees awarded her a $1,000 scholarship.
The scholarship presentation was made by HARTE President Martha Ironman during the high school’s senior academic awards night in the auditorium.
“Sarah is involved in many worthwhile activities,” Huntington college counselor Bernadette Walsh said. She does not join activities just to create a résumé, but rather out of true interest and the willingness to be deeply involved. An athlete, a philanthropist and a musician (clarinet in the senior band and Blue Devil marching band) are just a few of the many hats Sarah wears. The commitment and dedication she’s shown to these organizations are certainly admirable while the level of precision and discipline expected of her has trickled into other areas of her life, raised the bar and resulted in solid performance all around.”
The HARTE scholarship is funded by dues from the organization’s more than 180 members.