The STEM Academy of the Passaic County Technical Vocational School District is proud to announce that two of their students have been selected for the QuestBridge National College match!
The QuestBridge National College Match is a highly selective college match program that connects outstanding low-income students with some of the country's most selective colleges and universities. Through the program, students are matched with a college or university where they have been offered a full four-year scholarship.
Shravan Sen a student of STEM’s Biomedical and Life Sciences pathway with a GPA of 4.04 has been matched with Washington University.
Kacper Szyller student of STEM’s Engineering pathway currently holds a GPA of 4.05 and has been matched with Notre Dame University.
The QuestBridge National College Match is a highly competitive process, with only a small percentage of applicants being selected for the program. Shravan and Kacper join an elite group of students from around the country who will have the opportunity to attend some of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the country.
The Questbridge scholarship will cover tuition, rooms and board, school supplies, and travel expenses for the student.
PCTVS congratulates Shravan and Kacper on their achievements and wishes them all the best as they embark on their next journey.