Class of 2021 Scholarship and Award Recipients

At Seton LaSalle, we aim to prepare our students for life after high school. We're thrilled to see that our students are already setting themselves up for Success Beyond SLS with some wonderful scholarships and awards, which we're proud to showcase below. 
 
Have you or your Class of 2021 senior recently received an award? Please let our Upperclassmen Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Judy Caves, know so we can share your good news! 
 

Jacob Scarff, '21

California University of Pennsylvania Athletics Scholarship

 
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Connor McGann, '21

Virginia Military Institute $10,000

 
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Margaret Wilson, '21

Duquesne University $106,800, Chatham University $88,000, Robert Morris University $72,000, Edinboro University $20,000, Indiana University of Pennsylvania $16,000

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Haley Parker, '21

Duquesne University $50,000,Pennsylvania State University $37,000, University of Pittsburgh $20,000, Syracuse University $16,000, Temple University $14,000, Horatio Alger Association $10,000

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Griffin Malloy, '21

Washington & Jefferson College $100,000, Saint Vincent College $86,000

 

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Emily Lupinacci, '21

$72,000 to Carlow University, $48,000 to Waynesburg University, $98,000 to St. Vincent College

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Sloane McCensky, '21

$112,000 to Oberlin College, $72,000 to Robert Morris University, $50,000 to Drexel University

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Nicholas Wigle, '21

Mercyhurst University: $92,000, Gannon University: $90,000, Saint Francis University: $56,000, Edinboro University: $10,000, Slippery Rock University: $6,000, Penn State University: $2,000 boy

Madeleine White, '21

Committed to Thiel College with a total of $130,000 in Scholarships

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Aidan Eidemueller, '21

Indiana University of Pennsylvania: President’s Scholar $8,000, Saint Vincent College: $76,000, LaRoche University: $85,000

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Kaitlyn Robson, '21

$12,000 to Slippery Rock University, $100,000 to Carlow University, $100,000 to Chatham University

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Sarah Wells, '21


$94,000 to Seton Hill University

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Anna Sanchiolli, '21


$88,000 to Carlow University

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Marie Fitzgibbon, '21

$1,000 Carson Scholar Award 

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Peyton Kinavey, '21

$40,000 to Ohio University

Peyton Kinavey, '21

Yalikun Ankaer, '21

$32,000 to Temple University

Yalikun Ankaer, '21

Skyler Wrubleski, '21

Rensselaer Medalist
$120,000 to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Skyler Wrubleski, '21

Sarah Warywoda, '21

$88,000 to Duquesne University
$64,000 to LaSalle University
Kutztown Honors Program

Sarah Warywoda, '21

Bella Martino, '21

$10,000 to Johnson & Wales University

Bella Martino, '21

Anoushka Markose, '21

$100,000 to Loyola University Chicago

Anoushka Markose, '21

Emalia Caragein, '21

Full-tuition scholarship to Bethany College
(Plus lacrosse offer)
$179,000 value

Emalia Caragein, '21

 

Hadia Killang, '21

Full-tuition scholarship to Colby College
$310,000 value

Peyton Kinavey, '21

 

Ireland Killen, '21

Full-tuition scholarship to Carlow University
(Plus soccer offer)
$126,000 value

Ireland Killen, '21

 

Malia Sigg, '21


High School Heisman School Winner

Malia Sigg, '21

 

Olivia Edkins, '21


Signed letter of intent to play lacrosse at University of Akron

Olivia Edkins, '21

 

Cameron Colwell, '21


$100,000 to Seton Hill and $10,000 to CalU

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