2004-06-18 / Community

Kearney Graduates 20 Residents

Kearney Graduates 20 Residents


Twenty young women from the peninsula recently graduated from Bishop Kearney High Schools. Among the graduates were:

Alexandra Barnes who has won and accepted a Health Professions Scholarship to the University of Hartford, Connecticut; Mary Beth Butler who won the Marywood Scholarship and the Art Talent Award to Marywood University and the Presidential Merit-based scholarship to Pratt Institute. She will attend SUNY Fashion Institute of Technology in the Fall; Jacqueline Fede who won the Woman’s Volleyball Athletic Scholarship to Concordia College and the Presidential Achievement Scholarship to Mount Ida College where she will attend this fall; Elizabeth Jackson who won the Catholic Teachers Association of the Diocese of Brooklyn Scholarship and will be attending the LIBBS School of Beauty this fall; Catherine Lieb who won the Erasmus Scholarship to the College of Mt. Saint Vincent, a full Presidential Scholarship to St. Francis College, a full Presidential Scholarship to St. Joseph’s College, the academic achievement award to St. John’s University, and the Dean’s Scholarship for Academics to Wagner College. She will be attending Fordham University in the fall; Jennifer Pomponio who received the Franciscan Scholarship to Siena College and the Dean’s Scholarship to the University of Tampa, Florida where she will be attending this fall; Ashley Savage, who won an achievement scholarship to Hofstra University, a scholarship to Iona College, and the Trustee Scholars Scholarship to Sacred Heart University. She will be attending the University of Scranton in the fall; Kaitlyn Stackpole, who won a scholarship to Iona College and will be attending the University of Scranton in the fall; Christina Weigert who received the Academic Achievement Award from St. John’s University and will be attending there this fall; Anne Hughes who will attend St. John’s University; Jennifer Lawler who will attend the University of Scranton; Louisa Mattera who will attend St. Francis College; Katelyn McCluskey who plans to attend CUNY Kingsborough; Mariann Montella who will attend CUNY Kingsborough; Jenny Maroney who will attend CUNY Queensborough; Katie Moran who will attend St. Joseph’s College; Christina Morton who plans to attend CUNY College of Staten Island; Jennifer Rourke who will attend Molloy College; Michele Thompson who will attend the University of Scranton and Elizabeth Walsh who plans to attend York College of Pennsylvania.

All of the Kearney Scholars are pictured with Principal Sister Thomasine Stagnitta, CSJ, and Sister Rosemarie Baglivio, CSJ, assistant principal.


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