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John J Maxwell Scholarship Fund

Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation

212 Lake Shore Drive West
Dunkirk, New York 14048
					www.nccfoundation.org

Congratulations to Abigail Jantzi the 2015 winner!

Background:

John Maxwell was a high school teacher of science at the former Chautauqua Central School from 1958-1984. CCS was one of the two area high schools that make up today's CLCS . The annual award was established in 2003 by his family & friends to honor Mr. Maxwell’s many years of dedication to his students and love for the field of science. Over the years he was a most memorable teacher and strong positive inspiration to a very many students.

Criteria:

The award is presented to an individual student who demonstrates original thinking and a strong love for the study of science. Additional factors should be taken into consideration. The recipient should have character which demonstrates a well rounded individual. Musical or other artistic talent, participation in human or community services, sound athletic ability, or strong scholastic showing in another area(s) of study will improve an aplicant's chances of receiving the award. In general the award is not presented solely on the highest science marks.

"Things are seldom as they seem." -JJM

download the award application

1st Award Presented ~ June 10th 2003

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John J. Maxwell Memorial
Science Scholarship Award
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Background:

John Maxwell was a high school teacher of science at the former Chautauqua Central School from 1958-1984. CCS was one of the two area high schools that make up today's CLCS . The annual award was established in 2003 by his family & friends to honor Mr. Maxwell’s many years of dedication to his students and love for the field of science. Over the years he was a most memorable teacher and strong positive inspiration to a very many students.

Criteria:

The award is presented to an individual student who demonstrates original thinking and a strong love for the study of science. Additional factors should be taken into consideration. The recipient should have character which demonstrates a well rounded individual. Musical or other artistic talent, participation in human or community services, sound athletic ability, or strong scholastic showing in another area(s) of study will improve an aplicant's chances of receiving the award. In general the award is not presented solely on the highest science marks.

"Things are seldom as they seem." -JJM

download the award application