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MMI Preparatory School recently received a $5,000 contribution from Community Bank, N.A. through the Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program to go toward need-based scholarships at the school.
MMI Director of Advancement Kim McNulty said, “On behalf of everyone at MMI Preparatory School, I’d like to thank Community Bank, N.A. for their generous contribution. Since 2005, MMI students have received nearly $3.8 million in scholarship support thanks to the contributions of many area companies. Support of MMI through the EITC or OSTC programs will help MMI’s efforts to make our educational experience available to the most capable students regardless of their financial circumstances.”
MMI Preparatory School senior Marcus Danchision (seated center) will continue his baseball and academic career at Division I Lehigh University. Also pictured are, seated, from left: parents Daniel Danchision and Wendy Danchision. Standing: MMI Head of School Justin Kleinheider, MMI Head Baseball Coach Ryan Jastremsky, sister Melana Danchision, and MMI Athletic Director Vincent Vella.
Parents and children are invited to learn more about an MMI education at the Visitation and Entrance Exam Day on Saturday, November 14 beginning at 9 a.m. on the MMI campus at 154 Centre Street in Freeland. Registration is required and is limited to the first 25 students.
Visitation and Entrance Exam Day gives parents and students in grades 6 through 12 an opportunity to explore the school’s admissions process and meet other families who are also making an MMI decision.
MMI Preparatory School seniors Darren Zheng and Louis DeAngelo were named as Semifinalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.
MMI Preparatory School will begin the 2020-2021 school year on Tuesday, September 8, with in-person instruction in a plan that was approved by the MMI Board of Directors.
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