Every year Get It Straight awards college scholarships to fourteen of our patients in the Greater Rochester, NY area who excel in community service.
The 2016/2017 college scholarships will be awarded in Spring of 2017 to area high schools students in the Monroe, Ontario, and Wayne County area who are eligible to participate. Any patient in our practice who is currently in treatment, or has completed orthodontic treatment with braces or Invisalign in any of our three locations in Pittsford, Gananda or Greece is eligible to apply.
The participating schools are Pittsford-Mendon, Pittsford-Southerland, Fairport, Penfield, Aquinas, Bishop Kearney, Victor, Pal-Mac, Gananda, Mercy, McQuaid, and Hilton.
To allow every patient in our practice the opportunity to apply for a scholarship, any student not attending a participating high school on the list in 2016/2017 may apply directly through our website by downloading our scholarship application and returning the application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailing it back to our Pittsford office before the deadline of June 1, 2017. The team at Get It Straight Orthodontics selects two from these applicants.
Students attending any of the participating schools must apply directly through your guidance department, not through our office. Check with your school guidance department now for details regarding the 2016/2017 scholarship applications.
We are very proud of our patients and this is one way we can help them with their future endeavors. Winners will be notified separately by the participating schools and our office. Winners will be announced on our website Summer of 2017.
For more information about our scholarship program offered every year, feel free to email us at email@example.com
A total of $6,500 was awarded to 13 of our patients to help them kick off their freshman year of college.
Amelia graduated from Penfield High School. In the fall she will be attending Binghamton University for biology
Justin graduated from Gananda High School. In the fall he will be attending the University of Buffalo and study biology.
Emma graduated from Brighton High School. In the fall she will be attending Brigham Young University to study Neuroscience and Vocal Performance. After her freshman year she will be leaving to serve in a mission for her church and then return to BYU and finish her education.
Kyle graduated from Pittsford Sutherland High School. In the fall he will be attending Boston College where he will study Biochemistry on the Pre-Med track in the Honors Program of the Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences.
Tracey Harrison Jr.
Tracey graduated from Hilton High School. In the fall he will be attending Roberts Wesleyan College.
Mackenzie graduated from the Aquinas Institute. In the fall she will be attending Duquesne University to study Physical Therapy.
Christopher graduated from Pittsford Mendon High School. In the fall he will attend the University of Notre Dame studying in the Business School to be an Actuary.
Marlena graduated from Our Lady of Mercy High School. In the fall she will be attending St. Michael’s College in Vermont and plans on joining the Peace Corps after college.
Rebecca graduated from Webster Thomas High School. In the fall she will be attending Duquesne University to study ti be a Physician Assistant as well as a contracted Cadet in their ROTC program. Post graduation she plans to pursue her career as a PA in the hospital setting in oncology, while serving in the Army Reserve.
Nikolas graduated from Palmyra/Macedon High School. Next year he plans on attending Endicott College and hopes to own a private security company that focuses on Counter-terrorism programs. (no photo provided)
Sarah graduated from Victor High School. Next year she plans on attending the University of Pittsburgh and will be studying chemical engineering. (no photo provided)
Jillian graduated from Fairport High School. (no photo or college information provided)
James graduated from McQuaid Jesuit High School. (no photo or college information provided)
At Get it Straight Orthodontics, we do not want anything to get in the way of a perfect smile. We offer each and every patient we see a free smile assessment.