Polytechnic Institute of New York University, NYU's school of engineering, applied science, and technology.
According to the letter he received, the purpose of this scholarship program "is to identify, support, and encourage young men and women who demonstrate the potential for making significant contributions to our university." Should Ethan decide to accept the offer, he would join fellow graduates Andrew Tavin (class of '09) and Yonadav Tsuna (Class of '08) in representing our school on the campuses of NYU.
Ethan's scholarship offer brings the total scholarship offered to this year's seniors up to $44,000, with the vast majority of acceptances still to come. He, like almost of all of our seniors from both high schools, will spend a year learning in Israel before beginning his college career. And, like all of our seniors, we're so proud of what Ethan has accomplished and can't wait to see what lies ahead.