Fr. Mullaney Four Pillars Scholarship
Scholarship Award Amount: $2,000 towards 9th grade tuition
Generously Funded By: The Fr. Leonard Mullaney Endowment
Notification: Week of April 1, 2024
Scholarship Application Deadline: February 15, 2024
Scholarship Application Link: https://forms.gle/ZvaAQgie2P2Pfm27A
- Must have an admission application file complete and be an accepted student for the Class of 2028. (Students may apply before acceptance decisions are announced).
- Enroll at Bishop Stang High School for fall entry and submit your deposit by March 1, 2024.
- Complete and submit the scholarship application by February 15, 2024.
- Students must write and submit a 300 - 500 word (approximately) essay exploring the applicant criteria for the scholarship as outlined below.
- Submit one character reference letter from an adult who can speak to your ability to uphold the four pillars of our Catholic school; Faith, Integrity, Knowledge and Service. Reference must be submitted to [email protected] by February 15, 2024.
- If you have not yet submitted an admission application, you must do so to be considered for this scholarship; https://www.bishopstang.org/apps/pages/Apply
We at Bishop Stang High School are very proud of our Catholic identity. We are humbled by the generous support and faithfulness of those who paved the way before us. As a community, we work diligently to bring life and honor to the four pillars of our Catholic identity; Faith, Integrity, Knowledge and Service.
Write a 300-500 word essay explaining how you believe you fit into the Bishop Stang High School community, exploring the scholarship criteria using the questions below as your guide.
- Faith: How do you demonstrate your faith in God in your everyday activities? Are there any practices associated with your faith that you engage in regularly? How has your relationship with God shaped your values or decision-making?
- Integrity: How do you demonstrate integrity in your words and actions? How do you promote a culture of integrity and honesty in your everyday activities?
- Knowledge: How do you demonstrate a commitment to your education in preparing for college and life? How do you handle obstacles and setbacks in your educational journey? What motivates you to put effort into your studies?
- Service: How do you demonstrate an awareness of our call to serve the poor and victims of injustice? Are there programs of community service, advocacy or justice education with which you have participated? How would you measure your contributions or the difference you have made in the lives of others?