The MHS STEM Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2015 by Mike Stunes, Class of 2007, who wanted to give back to Madison High School in gratitude for the education and extra-curricular experiences he received there. Stunes had been pondering ways to give back to MHS since he toured the renovated High School during the All-School Reunion weekend. He told the Foundation that he owes a lot to the generosity of others, STEM education is important to him, and he wanted to give back to MHS in a meaningful way, through the Foundation.

Mike's interests are not limited to the hard sciences. He also enjoyed participating in band, debate, Boys State and Student Congress. He gives credit to those activities for shaping him into the person he is today. After graduating from MHS in 2007, Mike attended M.I.T. and received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in 2011 and 2012. He works at VMware in Palo Alto, California.

This scholarship will be awarded to a MHS senior who is in the top ten students of his/her graduating class, who plans to major in science, technology, engineering or math, and who has participated in at least one of these school activities: marching band, concert band, jazz band, concert choir show or jazz choir, one-act play, spring play/musical, any theater, band, choir or orchestra organization outside of school, oral interpretation, debate, student congress or Boys or Girls State.

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