The Bishop's Stortford College girl raised £730 alongside volunteering for the charity as part of her Duke of Edinburgh's award.
Four girls and three boys at the London Road secondary receive offers for courses in law, psychology, languages, computer science and geography.
Parents of prospective nursery pupils can meet head, teachers and get insight from a parent at one of four Zoom meetings in February.
Julie Marson hosted a Zoom lecture for up to 110 pupils and teachers from seven schools in her Hertford and Stortford constituency.
Head teacher Helen Smith said the news that eight devices were heading her way courtesy of Stortford IT firm Genmar was "just brilliant",
The Student Economist was created by Freddie Cooke with help from friend Elliot Wood and is already attracting interest from fellow students.
'The breadth of courses applied for, at a wide range of excellent universities, is testament to the hard work put in by students and teachers'
The Bishop's Stortford High School ranked 31st overall – and in top 10 state schools – in list compiled by School Sport Magazine.
PE teachers at the Sawbridgeworth secondary found a way to keep pupils fit and entertained in lockdown.
Head girl and boy Freya Keen and Finlay Clark issued two tough challenges to runners, walkers and cyclists in the school community.
Elliot Wood and William Worthy selected for England trials and qualify for final of Cambridge Union Schools' Competition.
The Leventhorpe School Year 10 student is a county tennis player but has been out of action for a few months with her illness.
Stortford school PTA signs up to computer-simulated race from Eiffel Tower as eco-friendly way to raise money for pupils' IT equipment.
Paul Richmond's Super Brain Heroes is series of kids' animated health and wellbeing videos featuring characters named after parts of the brain.
MP Julie Marson said: "If the scientific evidence changes, so too will my view on whether to keep primary schools open."