Category Archives: Scholarship

2016 SLHNA Scholarship Winners!

The latest scholarship recipients are all from St. Gabriel the Archangel School.

The names of the winners and the schools they are attending:
Addison Gherardini, Nerinx Hall HS
Lindsey Hiette, Bishop DuBourg HS
Grace Killian, Cor Jesu Academy
Ava Hohn, Rosati-Kain HS
Bernadette Bergman, Visitation Academy

These students were chosen for the $600 scholarship based on the eighth grade report card, academic honors, extracurricular activities, community service, a letter of recommendation, and an essay. Congratulations to all the students who applied for the scholarship. It was a difficult decision as there were many fine students vying for the scholarship.

Congratulations all!

2015 SLHNA Scholarship Winners!

Congratulations to the three SLHNA Scholarship winners for 2015. They are: Mary Goeddel, a St. Raphael graduate, now heading to Cor Jesu Academy; Molly Roeder, a St. Gabriel graduate heading to Bishop DuBourg HS; and Camden Brazile, also from St. Gabriel, who will attend DeSmet High School. These students were chosen for the $600 scholarship based on the eighth grade report card, academic honors, extracurricular activities, community service, a letter of recommendation, and an essay. Congratulations to all the students who applied for the scholarship. It was a difficult decision as there were many fine students vying for the scholarship and we could only award three of them.

2013 Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to the three SLHNA Scholarship winners for 2013. They are Dominick Gherardini and Marty Stelzer, both from St. Gabriel the Archangel School and Kathleen Magee from St. Raphael the Archangel School. Dominick and Marty are headed to St. Louis U. High and Kathleen will attend Cor Jesu Academy. These students were chosen for the $600 scholarship based on a recent report card, academic honors, extracurricular activities, community service, a letter of recommendation, and an essay. Congratulations to all the students who applied for the scholarship. It was a difficult decision as there were many fine students vying for the scholarship and we could only award three of them.

You can read more about the scholarship program here.