2017-18 Named Scholarships Available – APPLY NOW

2017-18 Named Scholarships Available – APPLY NOW

Dear Parents and Students,

Happy Fall everyone!  I am pleased to announce that through the generosity of several alumni and friends of Bishop McDevitt we are able to offer your student’s the opportunity to apply for several Named scholarships.
Each scholarship has specific restrictions- please read carefully before applying.

The Larry Bekelja ’59 Scholarship ($1,000- must be a current student who came from a Catholic feeder school, etc.)

The Lamar Banks ’93 Memorial Scholarship  2-$500 scholarships  (1- for all students and 1- for students from Saint Margaret Mary or St. Stephen’s Episcopal School.)

The Dan and Ann Manganelli ’71 Delp Scholarship  $500- Must be sophomore, junior or senior GPA at least 2.5

The Marlin E. Hicks ’42 Memorial Scholarship $500.00 scholarships- (Must be a member of St. Francis Parish with a GPA of 2.7 or higher)    

The Krajcsik Scholarship $1,000.00 scholarship (One senior who has applied for nursing will be selected.)

The Notarfrancesco Scholarship $1,000 scholarships awarded (4 scholarships will be awarded– open to freshman, sophomore & juniors)

The J. Thomas van Wagner Memorial Scholarship $500- one student from the school-all grades

The F. Richard Wesley Scholarship  $1,000 –one scholarship to a current softball or baseball player-seniors only

The  Mary Elaine Figler ’70 Witmer Memorial Scholarship $350.00- (Must be a senior with the goal of studying Pre-Med or Scientific Research in college next year)


Please look over the details and requirements of EACH individual scholarship before applying.  They all require an essay to be written and to be submitted on time.

This is a great opportunity to earn tuition for THIS school year.  All monies awarded will be credited toward your current tuition.

All Essays are due back to Mrs. Comasco, Director of Advancement- Room 213 no later than Friday, November 17, 2017!

Any questions, please contact Mrs. Comasco at ccomasco@bishopmcdevitt.org.

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