2022 Phoenixville Community Health Foundation Scholarships Recipients

Filed in news by on June 3, 2022

Introducing the 2022 PCHF Scholarship award Recipients:


Elle Armbruster

Perkiomen Valley High School- Muhlenberg College to study Biology

“My goal is to excel in all areas of the classroom during my undergraduate and graduate classes and be involved in as many extracurricular activities as I possibly can be as a student-athlete.”



Trinity Ayala

Phoenixville Area High School- Temple University to study Biology

“My education goal is to get my bachelor’s degree in Biology, I also plan to attend Medical School to attain a doctorate degree (MD) and become a cardiovascular surgeon.”



Kyra Emery

Owen J. Roberts High School- Temple University to study Psychology

“I want people to feel seen and heard to narrow the gap between human connection and the feeling of being comfortable alone. Teens would benefit!”



Charla Holahan

Great Valley High School- Thomas Jefferson University to study Nursing

“I will use my BA to enter the nursing field and gain a few years of experience before returning to school to earn my master’s degree.”



Suchita Katasani

Great Valley High School- Temple University to study Business Administration and Genomic Medicine on the pre-medical track

“I will major in Biology on the pre-med track in college. I was already admitted into Allied Health which gave me the benefit to shadow physicians. I plan to shadow more physicians, research with doctors, and do internships with them.”



Taylor Payne

Technical College High School-Pickering Campus- Delaware County Community College to study Nursing

“My educational goal is to succeed in the nursing major as a CNA. I want to learn as much as I can to work in a nursing home. I have always loved the older population and working with the geriatric population has always been my dream.”



Arianna Schmidt

Phoenixville Area High School- Penn State- Mont Alto to study Nursing

“I would love to get my bachelor’s in nursing to become a labor and delivery nurse, or with people with special needs.”

PCHF’s Board and staff want to congratulate all our Scholarship Recipients and wish them success as they grow into their careers. 

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