Recognizing the accomplishments, initiative and talents of our students is essential. Each year, we invite members of our school community to request consideration for scholarships awarded at our spring ceremonies.
Below is a list of the scholarships and honors we anticipate awarding this spring for students in grades 6, 7, or 8. All members of our school community are invited to review each descriptor carefully and to consider students who embody the attributes listed for each scholarship. Students are encouraged to read the descriptors and to put their name forth for consideration. Links to submit names are included at the bottom of each section.
Once a student has been nominated for a scholarship, it is not necessary to submit a second nomination. Student names submitted will be put onto a ballot and the faculty/administration and scholarship committee will vote on award recipients. For questions regarding scholarships, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To Be Considered
To be considered for a 6th, 7th, or 8th grade scholarship or award , please fill out the application at the link below.
Awards for Grades 6, 7, and 8
Acts of Kindness Scholarship (6-8)
A $250.00 award presented by the Service Opportunity Depot. It is given to a 6th, 7th or 8th GRADER who has been an active participant in the program, giving not only a significant number of hours to serving the local community, but for displaying compassion and concern for those served. The recipient is considered a role model that others should follow.
Chris Heroux Memorial Scholarship (7) Male
The Chris Heroux Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Chris Heroux, who died as a seventh grader in 1979. This $1000 scholarship is awarded to a MALE student in the 7th GRADE who is involved in sports and class activities, and is respected by students and teachers because of their caring and compassionate nature.
Dorilla Brule Scholarship (6)
This $1000 award is sponsored by Br. Maurice Brule and is awarded to a 6th GRADE student who exemplifies the qualities of hard work and commitment to academic study.
Carol & Richard Waddington Scholarship (8)
This $1,000 scholarship should give preference to current Mount students that will be incoming 9th graders that show promise in a secondary language. However, the award may also be given to a Mount high school student that achieves the honor of the Seal of Biliteracy or achieves a top score on a foreign language AP exam or national exam while at Mount.
St. Aloysius Gonzaga Leadership Scholarship (6-8)
From the athletic field to leading a club or organization, this $500 scholarship will be given to a selected individual or individuals who have shown leadership qualities and can articulate how these qualities will positively impact the Mount community.
St. Catherine of Siena Scholarship (6-8)
Mounties use their gifts and talents to serve others. This $500 scholarship supports students who are involved with activities outside of the traditional classroom setting. Whether it be participation on our Robotics team, scouting, athletics or participation in a church youth group, we value the experiences students bring to our Mount community.
St. Francis of Assisi Scholarship (6-8)
The $500 Saint Francis of Assisi scholarship recognizes students who care for the environment and are environmentally conscious. Recipients of this scholarship will be asked to commit to service in the Mount garden and participate in the Earth Crew for the 22-23 school year.
St. Genesius Scholarship for Artistic Excellence (6-8)
Those blessed with a gift in the arts are encouraged to apply for this $500 scholarship that will be awarded in recognition of artistic excellence in creative writing, dance, drama, music or visual art. Chosen recipients of this scholarship must enroll in at least one arts class (band, dance, chorus, visual art…) for the 22-23 school year.
The Cor Jesu Scholarship (6-8)
6th, 7th or 8th GRADE $500 award Is presented annually by the MSC Parents Council in honor of Mr Richer, former teacher, assistant principal, principal and president, to a Middle School student who always gives 100% effort. This student is respectful to peers and teachers, demonstrates concern for others, gives generously of his or her time, is involved in school activities and does it all with a smile.
The George E. Tessier Memorial Scholarship (6)
Awarded in memory of George Tessier, a former teacher at the academy. This $300.00 award is given to a 6th GRADER who has displayed a commitment to academics and a spirit of joy and friendliness in dealing with classmates and faculty.
The John H. Doran Memorial Scholarship (8)
Established by Jack’s loving family in 2004. This $300.00 scholarship is presented to an 8th GRADER who is willing to work to the best of his/her ability and shows an enthusiasm for the study of history.
Tracey Ducharme Memorial Scholarship (7) Female
The Tracey Ducharme Memorial Scholarship for $1000 was established in memory of Tracey, who during her seventh grade year, in 1986, was tragically killed in an auto accident. It is awarded to a FEMALE student in the 7th GRADE student who exemplifies the spirit of joy and giving evidenced by Tracey.
The Richard Lawrence Service, Leadership and Sportsmanship Scholarship (8)
This $500 award is given to an incoming 9th GRADER who demonstrates exemplary service to others, who displays leadership skills which motivate others to strive for a common goal and who promotes and practices respectful behavior and treatment of others, especially in an athletic contest. This individual displays the characteristics of a Mount future varsity captain or school leader. The award is sponsored by David Celona ‘87 in honor of Richard Lawrence for over 50 years of dedicated service to the Academy.
- The Jacqueline Gaudet Memorial Music Award
- Janet Goodison Memorial Math Award
- James Jordan Memorial Geography Award
- Student Leadership Excellence in Dance
- All State Band and Chorus
- Charlie Award (Theater)
- Art Service Award
- Department Awards
- The “Great 8” Award 2 Winners (Male and Female)