The Princeton Area Community Foundation has awarded more than $90,000 in scholarships to area high school and college students.

The Community Foundation awarded $39,350 in scholarships to graduating high school seniors and renewed another $53,400 in scholarships for college students who will be returning to class in the Fall.

“We know this school year has been hard for students, especially for seniors,” said Jeffrey M. Vega, President & CEO of the Community Foundation. “We are very grateful for our donors, who help us help such hard-working students pursue their dreams. On behalf on the Princeton Area Community Foundation, we would like to congratulate each scholarship winner, and we wish each student a successful future.”

In addition to the more than $90,000 in scholarships, another $5,000 was awarded through the Thomas George Artist Fund Award to Kyle Lang, who recently completed his studies at Mercer County Community College. Thomas George (1918-2014) was an internationally recognized artist, who set up the Thomas George Artists Fund to help young artists at the outset of their careers. Through the Fund, $5,000 is awarded each year, to support an artist engaged in drawing and painting for up to six months directly following his or her graduation.

A list of high school seniors, the colleges they plan to attend, the names of the scholarships and the amounts awarded per year, is below. For the full list of new and renewed scholarships, visit the Community Foundation’s website.

Mercer County

Ewing High School

Greater Mercer Scholarship Fund (1 year) $2,150

Lion Woodward Educational Fund / Rotary Club of Trenton (4 years) $2,500

  • Nathalia Davila, Florida State University

Hamilton High School West

Mary Elliott Wislar Memorial Scholarship Fund (2 years) $6,500

John R. and Shirley I. Forrest Memorial Scholarship (4 years) $5,000

  • Dieter Felkner, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Notre Dame High School

Princeton Post No. 76, American Legion Dr. Henry J. Frank Scholarship (4 years) $1,000

  • Zachary Klein, The Catholic University of America

Princeton High School

Princeton Post No. 76, American Legion Dr. Henry J. Frank Scholarship (4 years) $1,000

  • Cosette Hansen, George Washington University

Myrtle Hensor Teaching Scholarship Fund (1 year) $1,000

  • Meghan Callahan, University of Scranton

Louise Maas Allied Health Professions Scholarship Fund (1 year) $1,000

  • Eleanor Wilkinson, Clemson University

Camden County

Collingswood High School

Michael McGarry Skowronek Scholarship (2 years) $2,500

  • McKenna Smith, University of Delaware

Hunterdon County

North Hunterdon High School

Frank, Ada, and Elizabeth Compton Scholarship (1 year) $4,850

  • Alexandra Macce, Rutgers University

Voorhees High School

Frank, Ada, and Elizabeth Compton Scholarship (1 year) $4,850

  • Sophia El-Zahr, University of Miami

Monmouth County

Middletown High School North

Sandra M. Glazier Memorial Scholarship Fund (4 years) $5,000

  • Emily Calabro, Auburn University

Union County

Cranford High School

Macklin Soccer Scholarship (1 year) $1,000

  • Claire Ganley, Stevens Institute of Technology

Macklin World Language Scholarship (1 year) $1,000

  • Rebecca Gathercole, Ramapo College of New Jersey