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Scholarship Opportunities for 2017-2018 School Year


Scecina Memorial High School is dedicated to providing support for your student(s)' education. Below are some of the opportunities supported through the help of generous alumni and donors to make a Catholic education possible for your student at Scecina. 

Applications for Scecina scholarships must be received by March 10, 2017. 


The Ken Leffler Scholarship

The Ken Leffler Scholarship is presented each year to an outstanding Scecina student. The recipient of this year's scholarship will receive a $5,500 tuition award for the 2017-2018 school-year. 

Criteria
 • Student must be in the top 25% of his or her class.
 • Student must be a child or grandchild of a Scecina alum.
 • Student must be entering his or her senior year at Scecina.
 • Student must be recommended by Scecina faculty or staff.
 
 
 

Applications are due by March 10, 2017, to the Office of Enrollment Management.

Click here to download the application. 



The Joe Ajamie Scholarship

The Joe Ajamie Scholarship Fund was established for the following purpose:

Help fund an incoming senior student(s) who is/are interested in music and other extra-curricular activities. The recipient(s) should be an incoming senior student and maintain a minimum grade point average of “C” or higher, display an interest for music, demonstrate a need for tuition assistance, and be involved in one or more extra-curricular activities.

Applications are due by March 10, 2017, to Donnie Glowinski, Music Director and Teacher.

Click here to download the application. 



Rita Kriech Memorial Scholarship

Funded by the children of Rita Kriech:

The children of Rita Kriech, Janine (Robinson) Riggs class of 2000, Luke Robinson class of 2003 and Sara (Robinson) Bortz class of 2006, would like to honor their mother’s contribution to their lives with a scholarship in the amount of $2,000 to both a male and female student for the student’s senior year. Rita passed away on July 1, 2001.

The requirements of the Rita Kriech Scholarship consist solely of expressing the applicant’s devotion to personal accountability and development, which Mrs. Kriech felt were very important.

Applications are due by March 10, 2017, to the Office of Enrollment Management.

Click here to download the application.



The Sister Hortense Scholarship

The Sister Hortense Scholarship is presented each year to a junior preparing for his/her senior year. The recipient of this year's scholarship will receive a minimum of $1,500 toward his or her Catholic tuition rate.

Criteria
 • Student must be entering his or her senior year at Scecina.
 • Student must provide documented need for tuition assistance.
 

Applications are due by March 10, 2017, to the Office of Enrollment Management.

Click here to download the application.



Class of 1963 William F. Kuntz “WE CARE” Scholarship

The Class of 1963 established this scholarship in celebration of their 50 Year class reunion honoring Mr. William F. (Bill) Kuntz, who touched the lives of thousands during his many years of service to the Church, Scecina Memorial High School and the Catholic Youth Organization. Many young lives were enriched and strengthened by a person who truly loved them, by a character of absolute integrity, by a leader of strong determination and a man of great physical strength and ability.

The following are the qualifications and criteria
 
• Must be a student returning for his or her sophomore year at Scecina.
 
• Demonstrate a caring attitude toward family, school and community.
 • Academically be working to the best of his or her ability.
 *Students will be nominated by faculty and staff. Students who wish to be nominated please see Mrs. Greiner in the Enrollment Office.

Faculty and Staff nominations are due by March 10, 2017, to the Office of Enrollment Management.



Patricia and Edward McCracken Scholarship

The Patricia and Edward McCracken Scholarship is designed to honor the lives of Patricia (Kidwell) McCracken - Class of 1960, and her husband Edward McCracken. Dr. Sheila (Barton) Bosron, class of 1960, and Sheila's husband Dr. William Bosron founded the scholarship. Patty and Sheila were first cousins and both graduates of Little Flower grade school and Scecina Memorial High School. This scholarship will be awarded annually to one or more incoming junior students ranging from $1,000 to $2,500. The applicants must be working to the best of their ability academically and exhibit a good behavioral pattern within the school.

Applications are due by March 10, 2017, to the Office of Enrollment Management.

Click here to download the application.