One-third of Yeshiva’s High School Students Win N. Y. Scholarships

Yeshiva University disclosed today that 48 students-more than one-third of the eligible seniors in the University’s three high schools in New York City–had been awarded New York State Regents Scholarships beginning next Fall.

The scholarships are awarded for four years and pay between $200 and $700 a year. Seventeen boys received Regents science and mathematics scholarships, which provide an annual stipend of $300 to $850. Only 300 of these scholarships are awarded in the entire state.

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