2018 Holowach Scholarship Winners

Mount Morris CTE Holowach winners

  • $2,000 Winner

Leaha Langerman, Health Careers Academy, Wayland-Cohocton CSD

  • Leaha Langerman is a Health Careers Academy student and plans to attend Alfred State for Nursing and eventually pursue a career as a Physician's Assistant. In addition to excelling in her academic studies, Leaha has participated in Varsity Swimming and Diving for four years, Varsity Basketball for three years and Varsity Track for four years. She is a Livingston County Athletic Association All-Star for Swimming and Diving. Leaha is employed as a Lifeguard. Leaha also participated in an internship at Stony Brook Pediatrics.

    $1,500 Winner

Ali Noble, Health Dimensions, Avon CS

  • Ali Noble is in the Health Dimensions program and will be attending Bryant & Stratton College in the fall.  She plans to pursue a career in Medical Assisting.  Her goal is to become a Registered Nurse. Ali has been very active in community service.  Ali has developed her own community project called "Leash of Relief" which offers emotional support for residents of the Livingston County Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation. This project offers emotional support and companionship for the residents by matching them with canine visitors. Ali was awarded the Livingston County Teen Recognition Award. She also received the Academic Growth Award from Avon and the National Academy of Future Physicians.Batavia CTE Center

    $1,000 Winner

Spencer Herring, Computer Information Systems, Geneseo CS

  • Spencer is a student in the Computer Information Systems program and will be attending Morrisville State College.  Spencer aspires to work in Information Technology in a school setting and also coach. He is an Eagle Scout. He works at Leisure's Restaurant and plays three varsity sports as well as being a member of FBLA. This year he developed a computer game for the FBLA state competition.  He received first place in the state FBLA competition and will attend to compete in the national FBLA Conference in summer 2018. 

Batavia CTE Holowach winners

  • $2,000 Winner

Ethan Hutchins, Health Careers Academy, Notre Dame HS

  • Ethan Hutchins is a Health Careers Academy student and will attend St. John Fisher College’s Nursing program. This scholar-athlete participates in the Batavia Ramparts Youth Hockey Program and is a three-time recipient of the sportsmanship award in hockey. Ethan has volunteered for the “Try Hockey for Free Program” coaching children and teaching them to skate. He volunteers at the Genesee County Nursing Home and also works at Thompson Builds. 

    $1,500 Winner

Paige Perry, Health Careers Academy, Attica CS

  • Paige Perry is a student in the Health Careers Academy Program.  In the fall, she is set to attend Niagara University where she will major in Biology. At her home school, Paige is involved in many activities including Student Government, 4-H, Envirothon, Soccer, Track, Ski Club, Pulse Academy, We Care Club, and Spanish Club.  She is a member of National Honor Society and President of the Ski Club.

    $1,000 Winner

Kim Davis, Health Careers Academy, Pavilion CS

  • Kim Davis is a Health Careers Academy student and plans to attend Nazareth College to major in Physical Therapy. Kim is active in many sports, clubs, and activities at her home school including Soccer, Basketball, Track, and Girls Service League. She is a member of National Honor Society, serves as Student Government Class Treasurer, and also serves on Youth Court.  Kim has earned many awards and much recognition including Honor Roll, Scholar Athlete, Music Award, MVP-Basketball Tournament, Coaches Award, and the Livingston County Athletic Association All-Star Award.