Giving

Endowments, Scholarships & Grants

The Scholarships and Grants listed below were made possible due to the generosity of many within the Calvert Hall community. Gifts honoring a loved one, classmate, teacher or coach provide endowment support generating an income stream to support funding of tuition assistance, leadership, and merit awards. While these are not scholarships and grants that can be applied for individually – they do provide the extra funding to complement a student’s financial aid package, making the dream of a CHC education possible.

General Endowment Funds

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  • Band Endowment

    Support the school’s award-winning music program.
  • Fine Arts Leadership Scholarship

    Established anonymously in 2020 by a grateful alumnus, the Fine Arts Leadership Scholarship was created to provide tuition support for students engaged in the arts at The Hall. Calvert Hall offers a comprehensive arts program. There are four instrumental ensembles including the four-time national marching band champions, four vocal music ensembles, and a prominent theatre
    program and visual arts. The endowment created with this magnificent gift will provide support for up to 8 students each academic year.
     
    Like many who have experienced Calvert Hall’s award winning fine arts program, our generous benefactor has experienced personally the significant impact the arts can have on a student’s development.
  • LaSalle Endowment

    Supports the LaSalle program for students with diagnosed learning disabilities.
  • Scholarship Endowment

    This fund provides tuition assistance to students.
  • Teacher Excellence Endowment

    Supports professional development opportunities for members of the school’s faculty.

Scholarships - In Honor/Memory of Faculty and Coaches

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  • The Brother Gabriel Cecilian, FSC Scholarship

    Established by Mrs. Jo Anne and Mr. William G. Dieter, Jr. ’60 in 2000, The Brother Gabriel Cecilian, FSC Scholarship provides need-based tuition assistance to one or more academically qualified Calvert Hall students.
     
    Br. Gabriel served as Calvert Hall principal in the 1950’s, orchestrating the schools move from Cathedral and Mulberry in downtown Baltimore to the spacious Towson campus. Known also by younger alumni by his given name, Br. Gabriel Cannon, he returned to Calvert Hall in the 1990’s serving as advisor and moderator of the Alumni Association.
  • The Brother John Herron, FSC Leadership Grant

    Established by Jeff Nattans ’85 and Dean Johnson ’89 to honor Br. John Herron, FSC whose decade’s service to Calvert Hall as history and religion teacher included years of dedication to the soccer program as team moderator. In addition to soccer, Br. John served as moderator for the Parents Club, basketball team and for many years as moderator and alumni director for the Alumni Association. Br. John, who in the 1950’s was known by his religious name Brother Gratian served CHC from 1950 to 1976 as teacher of religion and history and returned to The Hall in 1996 to work with the Office of Alumni Relations. His gentle way touched thousands of Cardinals in his six-decade service as Christian Brother. This annual grant provides need-based tuition assistance to a deserving student, with preference given to a young man participating in the soccer program.
  • The Joe & Mary Kay Binder ’57 Scholarship

    Established by their family in 2020, the Joe & Mary Kay Binder ’57 Scholarship honors Joe and Mary Kay’s five-plus decade relationship with Calvert Hall. Physical Education teacher at The Hall for parts of four decades, Joseph “Snooky” Binder ’57 coached basketball and volleyball during his CHC career, but is most remembered for leading the Cardinals to national prominence on the baseball diamond. Finishing with a career 460-151 record, his teams won 11 titles and he was twice named Baltimore Sun Coach of the Year. He was inducted into the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame in 1998 and inducted into the Oldtimers’ Baseball Association of Maryland Hall of Fame in 2002.
     
    Mary Kay and Joe are the proud parents of grads Kurtis ’88 and Todd ’90 and daughters Kathryn Skelton and Heidi Kelly – who is married to Calvert Hall lacrosse coach Bryan Kelly ’87. Mary Kay and Joe’s CHC legacy continues with grandsons Bryan J. Kelly ’18, Daniel P. Kelly ’20 and current student Joshua M. Kelly ’22.
  • The John P. Thaler, AFSC Scholarship

    Established by many friends and former students on the occasion of his 2015 retirement, this scholarship honors Mr. John Thaler's 46 years of service to The Hall From 1969 to 2015. Mr. Thaler served as the math department chair as well as a math instructor and mentor to thousands of Hallmen during his career. His ability to challenge the most talented student while also being able to make mathematics come alive for those students who found math difficult is legendary. This scholarship provides tuition assistance to students with financial need.
     
    John’s wife Joyce also devoted her professional career to Catholic education, serving as teacher and administrator in the Baltimore Archdiocese. Friends and former students continue to honor him with annual gifts to grow the scholarship endowment. The De la Salle Christian Brothers and the Christian Brothers Community at Calvert Hall College formally acknowledged John as an affiliated member of the Institute of the Brothers of Christian Schools in 2015. This is the highest honor to be bestowed upon a lay colleague by the Christian Brothers and recognizes a lifelong and extraordinary commitment to the mission of the Brothers.
  • The Victor F. & Christine Janishefski Grant

    Established in 2021 to honor Calvert Hall’s long-time “Artist in Residence”, Victor Janishefski and his wife Christine, the Victor F. & Christine Janishefski Grant will provide need-based tuition assistance to a deserving Calvert Hall student. Launched with support from his family and former students, this grant will fund an award to one (or more) outstanding student scholars, with preference given to students participating in the studio art program.
     
    Known to generations of Calvert Hall alumni simply as “Mr. J”, Victor was the driving force behind The Hall’s nationally recognized art program. Joining the CHC faculty in 1967 and until his retirement in 2020, he is regarded by many former students as their most memorable and influential teacher. Serving as teacher, department chair and mentor over his 54-year career, many of his students would go on to earn scholarships to some of the country’s top art colleges and universities.
     
    Christine and Victor are the parents of Brendan A. Janishefski, a member of the class of 1989 – who was also an award winning artist under his father’s watchful eye while at CHC. They are also the grandparents of Brian ’21.
  • The Mr. & Mrs. Louis E. Heidrick, AFSC Scholarship

    This scholarship honors Louis Heidrick and his wife Janet. The Mr. & Mrs. Louis E. Heidrick, AFSC Scholarship was established following Lou’s announcement that he was retiring in 2013. Lou was a member of the faculty for 48 years, including twelve years as Calvert Hall's principal. Throughout his career, Lou taught Advanced Placement Micro and Macro Economics. His students demonstrated outstanding success in their Advanced Placement performance.
     
    The De la Salle Christian Brothers and the Christian Brothers Community at Calvert Hall College formally acknowledged Lou as an Affiliated member of the Institute of the Brothers of Christian Schools in 2009. This is the highest honor to be bestowed upon a lay colleague by the Christian Brothers and recognizes a lifelong and extraordinary commitment to the mission of the Brothers. Lou and Janet are the parents of Mark ’87 and Doug ’89, director of annual giving at The Hall. Grandson Anthony is a 2019 grad while grandsons Jeffrey (2022) and Benjamin (2024) are current students.
  • The Mark Amatucci ’70 Scholarship

    Established in 2014 through the generosity of many within the Calvert Hall family, the Mark Amatucci ’70 Scholarship honors Calvert Hall’s long-time Varsity basketball coach by providing need-based tuition assistance to deserving Calvert Hall students.
     
    Known throughout the Baltimore basketball community as “Coach Tooch”, Amatucci compiled an impressive record in two stints as the Cardinals’ head basketball coach. In a three-year span from 1979-1982, Amatucci’s team amassed an impressive 91-5 record while capturing three consecutive Baltimore Catholic League regular season and tournament championships. The 1981-1982 Cardinals were 34-0 and ranked #1 wire to wire by USA Today and Basketball Weekly. This team was recently named by The Baltimore Sun as the most impressive team in the Baltimore Catholic League’s 50 years of existence. Mark won 389 games (74% winning percentage). He has coached 50 players who went on to play in the collegiate ranks including multiple NBA players from CHC – Duane Ferrell ’84, Juan Dixon ’97, Gary Neal '02, and Jack McClinton ’03.
     
    Mark’s dedication to Calvert Hall and impact on our students extends far beyond the basketball court, as he has served many years at The Hall as psychology teacher and guidance counselor. He has helped, supported and encouraged thousands of Calvert Hall students during his career.
  • The Brother Daniel Henry, FSC Scholarship

    The Brother Daniel Henry, FSC Scholarship was established in 2015 by James Derwin '60 and his wife Jane Bachner in honor of Brother Daniel Henry. The scholarship supports need-based tuition assistance for a deserving Calvert Hall student. Brother Daniel served at The Hall on three separate occasions - as the principal from 1946-1950 and as a religion and English teacher from 1942-1945 and 1958-1962.
  • The Frank G. Clary ‘53, AFSC Grant

    The Frank G. Clary Grant was established in 2014 by Mr. Frank Clary ’53 and since has received support from alumni, family and friends. Soon after his graduation from the Hall in 1953, Mr. Clary joined the school’s front office staff. He later became business manager and then treasurer of the school. In all, he worked at the school for 57 years. Frank’s wife Shirley joined him on the Calvert Hall front office staff, retiring as assistant to the principal and president. Their daughter Cynthia was also a long-time CHC staff member and son Stephen is a 1976 alum. Together, their tireless devotion to The Hall touched generations of alumni.
     
    For their extraordinary commitment to Calvert Hall and Lasallian education Frank and Shirley were awarded the honor of Affiliate member of the Institute of the Brothers of Christian Schools. This scholarship provides need-based tuition support to current students. Frank was also a long serving CHC board of trustee member and 1982 inductee into the Alumni Hall of Fame.
  • The Arthur “Reds” Hucht ’35 Scholarship

    The Arthur “Reds” Hucht Scholarship honors the memory of Arthur Hucht ’35. Known affectionately as “Reds” by everyone in the community, he coached the Calvert Hall swimming teams from 1960-1997. His teams won 23 Maryland Scholastic Association championships. Reds was a demanding coach who guided his swimmers to outstanding individual performances. His teams were known for their double-session before and after school practices. His former swimmers regularly credit Red’s contributions to their later success in life. Beyond coaching, Reds served the school as a pool operator, mechanic, cabinetmaker, carpenter, and dry-wall man. This scholarship provides need-based tuition support to current students with preference given to those participating in swimming or water polo.
     
    Reds’ son Dennis is a 1967 alum and in 1983, in recognition for his service to Calvert Hall, he was inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame.
  • The Brother E. James, FSC Scholarship

    The Brother E. James, FSC Scholarship was established by the late William G. O’Mara ’40 to honor his mentor Brother Edewald James Conaghan, FSC. Brother E. James served Calvert Hall many years and as the principal from 1940-1944. This scholarship establishes funds to provide support to current students whose families have demonstrated financial need.
  • The William V. Karpovich Scholarship

    Established in 2011 through the generosity of many former players, students and friends, the William V. Karpovich Scholarship honors long-time CHC math department chair and soccer coach, Bill Karpovich by providing need-based tuition assistance to a deserving student.
     
    “Karp” joined the Calvert Hall mathematics department faculty in 1967 and that year began a 31 season coaching career that would see the Cardinal varsity soccer program earn 19 MSA and MIAA championships. His career record of 422-85-33 included seasons where is teams were nationally ranked (1991, 1996 and 1997) and more than 40 of his players went on to play professional soccer. He was named National High School Coach of the Year in 1991 and in 1997 was inducted into the Maryland State Soccer Hall of Fame. His legacy may best be marked by the impact he had on generations of students he taught and mentored over nearly four decades as a member and chair of the math department.
     
    Bill and his wife Theo’s four boys are Calvert Hall grads: Paul ’82, Mark ’83, John ’84 and Bill ’87; who currently serves on the CHC board of trustees.
  • The George Kropp Scholarship

    Following the passing of George Kropp in 2013, family, friends and former students came together to establish the George Kropp Grant to provided need-based tuition assistance to a deserving Calvert Hall student.
     
    George retired in June 2013 after a 53 year career as a member of the CHC social studies department. Over the years, he served as coach for the swimming, football and water polo teams, and moderator for several clubs while leading the annual blood drives for the American Red Cross. A role model for students and fellow teachers, George was recognized by the CHC Alumni Association with the Brother Gabriel Cannon Award, in recognition of outstanding dedication to students fostering the Lasallian spirit in the school community. He was also recognized by the Christian Brothers Conference as a Distinguished Lasallian Educator.
     
    George and his wife Doris are the parents of Robert Kropp ’83, Barbara Charen and Susan Doyle. Their grandsons include grads: Thomas J. Doyle, ’09, Matthew J. Charen ’10, and William C. Kropp ’20. George’s brother Charles is a 1962 alum.
  • The Augustine F. Miceli, Sr. Scholarship

    Established in 2001 by Maggie and Frank Bramble ’66 to honor Augie Miceli’s then four-plus decade service to Calvert Hall, the Augustine F. Miceli, Sr. AFSC Scholarship provides need-based tuition assistance to a number of deserving Calvert Hall students. The scholarship has also been supported by many throughout the Calvert Hall family as a way to honor Augie and in his memory at the time of his June, 2019 passing.
     
    During his sixty year career at Calvert Hall, Augie would coach the Frosh/Soph, JV and Varsity basketball teams as well as JV baseball but he is most remembered for his six championship seasons as head coach of the Cardinal’s varsity Football team from 1974-1987. He was named The Baltimore Sun’s All-Metro Coach of the Year in 1979 and was named the Quarterback Club of Baltimore’s Coach of the Year four times. During his tenure he won seven straight Turkey Bowl games – the most consecutive wins to date for the Cardinals on Thanksgiving Day. Augie served as Calvert Hall’s Athletic Director for three years. After his head coaching years, Augie remained committed to the Cardinals, serving as assistant coach to former head coaches Lou Eckerl, Jay Robinson '74, and Donald Davis '96.
     
    For all his success with Calvert Hall athletic teams, Augie was most beloved for his dedication in the classroom to three generations of Hallmen. Spending sixty years as member of the Calvert Hall mathematics faculty. He was recognized as an Exemplary Teacher by the Archdiocese of Baltimore, a Distinguished Lasallian Educator by the Christian Brothers Conference, and the Br. Gabriel Cannon Award winner by the Alumni Association. These honors were given for his commitment to the witness of Christian teaching, exemplifying the ideals of St. John Baptist de LaSalle and for his dedication to students and the fostering of Lasallian spirit within the school community. The De la Salle Christian Brothers and the Christian Brothers Community at Calvert Hall College formally acknowledged Augustine Miceli, Sr. as an affiliated member of the Institute of the Brothers of Christian Schools in 2015. This is the highest honor to be bestowed upon a lay colleague by the Christian Brothers and recognizes a lifelong and extraordinary commitment to the mission of the Brothers.
     
    Augie and his wife Angela have been fixtures at Calvert Hall; attending sporting events, plays, concerts, and alumni and parents club functions. They are the proud parents of Angela Waple, Nancy, and Augie, Jr. – a member of the class of 1982. Grandson Augustine is a 2020 Hall grad, and one of Augie’s former students.
  • The Brother Tom Miller, FSC Grant

    A member of the Calvert Hall class of 1965, Br. Tom Miller entered the Ammendale Novitiate in June 1966 and taught at Calvert Hall from 1980 to 1995 and again from 2005 until his sudden passing in 2008. Br. Tom was the quintessential life-long learner who took every opportunity to build and enrich his life experiences. In his roles as educator, athletic director, moderator, and mentor, Br. Tom will be long remembered for his compassion and zeal for teaching. Personifying the values of Lasallian education, Br. Tom sought to educate and prepare each student as a whole person for high school, college, and life beyond Calvert Hall. The Br. Tom Miller Scholarship Program is named in his memory.
     
    Gifts to Calvert Hall in Br. Tom’s memory support the awarding of an annual grant in his memory, providing tuition assistance to a deserving student with financial need.
  • The Br. Kevin Strong, FSC Scholarship

    The Br. Kevin Strong, FSC Scholarship honors Br. Kevin Strong, FSC, the first president of Calvert Hall, for his service to the Hall and for his six decades of service to the Christian education of youth as a Christian Brother. Brother Kevin served as the president of Calvert Hall from 1990-2000 and for over 60 years as a member of the Brothers of the Christian Schools when he passed away in 2018 following a lengthy illness. Over the last 27 years, this scholarship has assisted over 100 families with tuition and expenses while their sons attended Calvert Hall. This scholarship provides support to current students with a goal of growing the funding to sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Theodore E. Thormann, Jr. Scholarship

    The Theodore E. Thormann, Jr. Grant honors the memory of Mr. Ted Thormann, a long-time member of the Calvert Hall Mathematics Department. Mr. Thormann died suddenly in November 2011 during his 34th year on the faculty. "Ted was an absolutely wonderful math teacher. He'd come in early and stay late. If kids needed extra help, he gave it to them." said Mr. John Thaler, Mr. Thormann’s good friend and Mathematics Department chairman. Mr. Thormann’s son, Theo ’14, and brother, Brian ’85, are graduates of the Hall.

Class Scholarships – In Honor of a graduating Class of the Hall

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  • The Class of 1953 Scholarship

    Established by the class in conjunction with the celebration of their 50th reunion from Calvert Hall, the Class of 1953 Scholarship provides need-based tuition assistance for one or more deserving students to attend The Hall. The scholarship is also named in memory of Brother Patrick Phillips, FSC, Calvert Hall faculty member from 1949-1958 and again from 1971-1997. One of Calvert Hall’s most remembered Christian Brothers, Br. Patrick was a dedicated teacher, moderator and mentor for generations of Hallmen.
  • The Class of 1958 Scholarship

    Members of the class of 1958 established this scholarship to honor their devoted teacher and mentor, Brother John Herron, who in the 1950’s was known by his religious name Brother Gratian. Serving from 1950 to 1976 as teacher of religion and history while also moderating multiple sports teams and the Parents Club – and returning to The Hall in 1996 to work with the Office of Alumni Relations, his gentle way touched thousands of Cardinals in his six-decade service. The Class of 1958 continues to honor their class, Br. John and future Hallmen with annual gifts to support the scholarship
  • The Class of 1968 Scholarship

    Established on the occasion of their 50th reunion from Calvert Hall, the Class of 1968 Scholarship honors the impact the CHC experience has had on their lives by providing need-based tuition assistance to one or more deserving Calvert Hall students.
  • The Class of 1985 Grant

    The Class of 1985 Grant was established in 2019 by the Class of 1985 to provide need-based tuition assistance to a deserving student. Members of the class of 1985 continue to make annual gifts to support the grant while continuing to grow the funding to sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Class of 1989 Scholarship

    The Class of 1989 Scholarship was established in 2014 by the Class of 1989 in honor of their experience at Calvert Hall College and to commemorate the 25th Reunion of their graduation. Members of the class of 1989 continue to make annual gifts to support this scholarship that provides need-based tuition grant support to current students while continuing to grow the funding to sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.

Scholarships – In Honor/Memory of the families of alumni or friends of the Hall

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  • The AIM Scholarship

    The funds for this scholarship are emerging. This scholarship provides support to current students while working on growing the fund to sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Contino Family Scholarship

    Former Calvert Hall board of trustee Francis A. Contino ’63 and his wife Betty established the Contino Family Scholarship in 2020 to provide tuition assistance support for students who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in their academic endeavors. The scholarship will fund tuition assistance for one (or more) outstanding student scholars, renewable for the student’s attendance at Calvert Hall. Betty and Fran have been advocates for Catholic education for many years, supporting opportunity for those less fortunate to receive a faith-based education.
     
    In recognition of Fran’s dedication to Calvert Hall and the Catholic Church, in 2002 he was inducted into the school’s Alumni Hall of Fame.
  • The Dorothy DeChiaro Scholarship

    The Dorothy DeChiaro Scholarship was established in the mid-1990’s to honor Mrs. DeChiaro who was, along with her husband Ralph, a philanthropist and major donor to churches and schools throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Married nearly 66 years, Mrs. DeChiaro passed in 1998 and her husband two years later but their scholarship has kept their memories alive, supporting dozens of Calvert Hall students with demonstrated financial need over the years.
  • The Geraghty Family Scholarship

    Established in 2019 by Carolyn and Jerry Geraghty ’68 in appreciation of their family’s long association with Calvert Hall, the Geraghty Family Scholarship provides tuition assistance support for students who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in their academic endeavors. The scholarship will fund tuition assistance for one (or more) outstanding student scholars, renewable for the student’s attendance at Calvert Hall.
     
    Jerry is a former Calvert Hall board of trustee member and along with Carolyn the parents of grads Jerome (JR) ’94, John ’97, Mark ’00 and Patrick ’04. Jerry’s brothers Richard ’49, Bill ’60, and Tim ’63 are also grads as well as a host of nephews. In recognition for his decades service to CHC, Jerry was inducted into the Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Fame in 2015.
  • The Giudice Family Scholarship

    Established in 2011 by Mrs. Barbara and Mr. A. Ray Giudice ’59, the Giudice Family Scholarship provides need-based tuition support to a deserving Calvert Hall student. A retired Towson real estate developer, Mr. Giudice served on the business/corporate committee of the capital campaign that saw the construction of the Marion Burk Knott Auditorium.
  • The Krizek Family Scholarship

    Mrs. Claudia and Dr. Ray Krizek ’50 established the Krizek Family Scholarship in 2013 to provide deserving young men the opportunity to receive a Calvert Hall education. Remembering his years at The Hall from 1946-1950, made possible because he received financial aid, Dr. and Mrs. Krizek wish to “pass it on” through the Krizek Family Scholarship. The Krizek scholars are chosen based on family financial need with preference given to a student from St. Michael-St. Clement School who shows academic promise (in science, math and/or communication skills), leadership (community service, boy scouts) and involved in extra-curricular activities (sports, music, hobbies). The Krizek Family Scholarship also provides support for faculty members to enhance their teaching skills by attending special courses, meetings or workshops.
     
    Dr. Krizek earned his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Northwestern University, where he has remained during a 60-year career in higher education. As the Stanley F. Pepper Professor of Civil and Environmental Education, since 1994 he has been director of the Master of Project Management Program in the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science at Northwestern. In recognition for his professional achievements, in 2008 Dr. Krizek was inducted into the Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Fame
  • The Lazzaro Family Scholarship

    Established by Mrs. Lynn and Dr. John Lazzaro, III ’68 in 2019, The Lazzaro Family Scholarship provides tuition assistance support for students who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in their academic endeavors. The scholarship will fund tuition assistance for one (or more) outstanding student scholars, renewable for the student’s attendance at Calvert Hall. Long-time benefactors to The Hall, Lynn currently serves as a member of the board of trustees. They are parents of John C. (J.C.) Lazzaro ’13, a graduate of the McMullen Scholars Program.
  • The Nattans Family Scholarship

    Established by Karen and Jeff Nattans ’85 in 2019 with support from family and friends, the Nattans Family Scholarship provides a merit grant to a deserving Calvert Hall student. Calvert Hall’s relationship with the Nattans family spans three generations, beginning with BG A. Joseph Nattans, Sr, USA (Ret) ’60 and continuing with Jeff and his brothers A. Joseph (Joe) Nattans, Jr. ’83 and John R. Nattans ’86. Jeff and Karen’s son Spencer is a 2019 Hall graduate. Jeff is currently vice-chair of the CHC board of trustees and both he (2002) and his father, General Nattans (2017) are members of the Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Fame.
  • The Nicholas B. & Mary C. Mangione & Family Scholarship

    Established in 2021 through the generosity of the Mangione Family Foundation, the Nicholas B. & Mary C. Mangione & Family Scholarship honors Nick and Mary Mangione, patriarch and matriarch of an extended family that has made its mark on the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Their ten children include Sam, a member of the class of 1984. Their grandsons include Calvert Hall grads: Nicholas P. ’03, Antonio D. ’05, Marco P. ’07, Joseph D. ’10, Nicholas S. ’10 and Philip A. ’12. Son-in-law Joseph Juras is a ’70 Hallman.
     
    The Nicholas B. & Mary C. Mangione & Family Scholarship will provide tuition assistance support for students with identified need who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in their academic endeavors. The scholarship will fund tuition assistance for one (or more) outstanding student scholars, renewable for the student’s attendance at Calvert Hall.
  • The Paul W. Friel, Jr. ’66 & Family Scholarship

    Established in 2020 by Paul Friel ’66 and his wife Dianne, the Paul W. Friel, Jr. ’66 Scholarship provides tuition assistance support for students who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in their academic endeavors. The scholarship will fund tuition assistance for one (or more) outstanding student scholars, renewable for the student’s attendance at Calvert Hall. Paul has been a devoted Calvert Hall alum, serving many years as an officer in the Alumni Association and as committee member on various capital campaigns.
  • The Rogers Family Grant

    Charlie Rogers, his wife Arlene and sons Teddy, Eric ’81 and Gregory ’81, have been part of The Hall family since 1957. Eric ’81 and Teddy Rogers are long-time members of the CHC facilities staff. They are well known for their great spirit and the positive relationships they have forged with students, faculty and staff. Members of the class of 1993, with support from throughout the CHC community, have established the Rogers Family Grant to honor the distinguished contributions members of the Rogers family have made to The Hall. Annually, the grant will provide tuition assistance to support a Calvert Hall student.
  • The Veronica K. Rachuba Scholarship

    Established in 2015 by a legacy gift in his estate, Bernardine T. Rachuba ’48 established the Veronica K. Rachuba Scholarship in loving memory of his wife. The endowment created by the testamentary gift provides income that supports need-based tuition assistance for two or more students annually.
  • The Mabel A. Bauernfeind Scholarship

    The Mabel A. Bauernfeind Scholarship was established in 1997 by Commander Joseph H. Bauernfeind, USN (ret.) ’46 and his wife Hazel in honor of Commander Bauernfeind’s mother. Commander Bauernfeind’s brother Henry ’48 is also a graduate of the Hall. This scholarship endowment supports up to five Bauernfeind Scholars annually.
  • The Boehl Family Scholarship

    Established in 2012 through the generosity of Kathy and Ken Boehl ’72, the Boehl Family scholarship provides need-based tuition support for deserving young men to attend Calvert Hall. The Boehl Family Scholarship continues to grow and there are up to six Boehl Scholars currently supported each academic year through the endowment.
     
    Ken Boehl ’72 is a former Calvert Hall board of trustee member and a 2021 inductee into the CHC Alumni Hall of Fame. Ken’s brother Tom ’76 and nephew Nicholas ’19.
  • The William A. Bramble, Sr. Scholarship

    Former Calvert Hall board of trustee member and school president, Frank Bramble ’66 along with his wife Maggie established the William A. Bramble, Sr. Scholarship in 2001. Named in memory of Frank’s father and in recognition of the sacrifices he made to send him and his brother to The Hall, the endowment created by this gift provides tuition assistance to multiple students each year.
     
    Maggie and Frank Bramble, a 1993 inductee to the CHC Alumni Hall of Fame, have been loyal benefactors and volunteers at Calvert Hall for many years. Their son Ryan is a member of the class of 2001 and Greg is a member of the class of 2003. Son-in-law Joseph Kozlowski is class of 1983 and grandson Alexander Kozlowski is a 2018 Hall grad.
  • The Burke Family Scholarship

    The Burke Family Scholarship was established in 2018 to honor the five generations of the Burke family who have attended Calvert Hall. With Jim (’53) and Marie Burke’s leadership gift to endow the scholarship, many in the Burke family have made gifts to grow the endowment, which now supports up to three students each year.
     
    Jim, along with his brother Don ’58 and late brother Paul ’51 are the second generation Hall Men following John P. Burke ‘37. Youngers generation of the Burke family include: J. Michael ’76. Corey Ford ’06, Joe Filsinger ’16 and Carson Ford ’22.
  • The Sue Burton Mother Seton Academy Scholarship

    Established in 2014, by Kit and Chris Burton ’82, the Sue Burton Mother Seton Academy Scholarship honors the work of the Mother Seton Academy – a tuition-free, independent Catholic Middle School located in Baltimore City. Mother Seton Academy serves over 70 boys and girls, grades 6 through 8, from urban, low-income families of all faiths and cultures. The scholarship also honors the memory of Chris’ father, Mr. William J. Burton, a loyal alum of the class of 1958 and his mother, Mrs. Sue Burton, who served Calvert Hall many years as manager of the bookstore. The Sue Burton Mother Seton Academy Scholarship makes it possible for a deserving MSA student to continue their education at Calvert Hall.
  • The Conway Family Scholarship

    The Conway Family Scholarship was established in 1998 by Carolyn and Larry Conway ’61 to provide need-based tuition assistance to a deserving student. The Conway Scholarship endowment has continued to grow over the years and now serves multiple students each year. Over the last two decades, support from the Conway Family Scholarship has made a Calvert Hall education possible for dozens of young men.
  • The Charles C. Crovo Scholarship

    Established by Paul C. Crovo ’77 and his wife Annette in 2018 in memory of his father, the Charles C. Crovo scholarship provides need-based tuition assistance support to a deserving student.  As past parents of a CHC student, Charles and his wife Pauline understood the importance of providing the opportunity to experience the academic excellence, diversity, community, mutual respect and brotherhood of a Calvert Hall education. 
  • The Dorothy DeChiario Scholarship

    The funds for this scholarship are emerging. This scholarship provides support to current students while working on growing the fund to sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Duker & McArdle LaSalle Grant

    The LaSalle Program at Calvert Hall serves a select group of bright, college-bound students with identified reading and/or written language learning disabilities. In 2019, the LaSalle Program received its largest-ever gift when past-parents Mrs. Marilynn Duker and her husband Mr. Dale McArdle endowed a scholarship to provide need-based tuition assistance support for up to four students in the LaSalle Program.  Mrs. Duker and Mr. McArdle witnessed first-hand how the LaSalle Program prepared their son Ian ’06 for college and his future.  
  • The Thomas F. & Edith A. Fealy Memorial Scholarship

    The Thomas F. & Edith A. Fealy Memorial Scholarship was established in 2008 in memory of the parents of long-time Calvert Hall Economics teacher, Br. William Fealy. Brother Bill has been teaching at Calvert Hall since 1995 and celebrated his 50th Jubilee as a Christian Brother in 2010.  As one of Calvert Hall’s largest endowed scholarships, the Thomas F. and Edith A. Fealy Scholarship provides support to at least eight Hallmen each year. 
  • The Gill Family Scholarship

    The Gill Family Scholarship was established in 2006 to recognize the Gill family’s long relationship with Calvert Hall.  Through the generosity of Mary and R. Michael Gill ’68 and support from J. Patrick Gill ’68 and Gary Gill ’70, the Gill brothers have used this scholarship endowment to acknowledge the importance Calvert Hall has had on their lives, as well that foundation established when their father, Robert R. Gill ’30 and uncles John M. Gill, Jr. ’29 and Peter J. Gill ’31 walked the halls of Cathedral and Mulberry.  The Gill Family Scholarship has provided assistance to dozens of students over the last twenty years.   
     
    Mike, Gary and Patrick continue to be very involved with the Hall, serving on committees and active with class reunions.  Mike is a 2017 inductee into the CHC Hall of Fame and along with his brother Gary, was a long-time member of the Calvert Hall board of trustees.
  • The Thomas J. ’78 & Jacqueline E. Iacoboni Honorary Scholarship

    The Thomas J. & Jacqueline E. Iacoboni Honorary Scholarship, sponsored by the Associated Italian American Charities is awarded to a Calvert Hall student of Italian descent in need of financial assistance. Thomas is a 1978 graduate of the Hall as are his father, Thomas ’48, uncle, Anthony ’48, and brothers Camillo ’75 and Vincent ‘81.  
  • The Jerry & Elaine Francik Honorary Scholarship

    The Jerry & Elaine Francik Honorary Scholarship was established by Anthony J. Iacoboni, Jr. ’78 and his wife Jacqueline in honor of her parents, Jerry and Elaine Francik. This annual scholarship grant is sponsored by the Associated Italian American Charities. This scholarship grant is awarded to a Calvert Hall student of Italian descent in need of financial assistance. 
  • The James P. & Erna B. Gillece Scholarship

    Established in 2011, The James P. & Erna B. Gillece Scholarship was established by David Gillece ’67 and his brother James, Jr. ’62 in honor of their parents, Erna and James – a 1936 CHC graduateThe scholarship provides financial assistance for up to four deserving Hall students. David Gillece served as a member of the Calvert Hall Board of Trustees from 2008-2014 and in 2004 was inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame. 
  • The Christopher Greed Scholarship

    The Christopher Greed Grant was established by Mrs. Gladys and Dr. John Greed in memory of their son Christopher. Christopher died unexpectedly on June 29, 2008 at the age of 48. He is remembered for his dedication to his wife, Robin and three children, Joshua, Lauren, and Christopher. Christopher loved to fish. Dr. and Mrs. Greed, his parents, are dedicated benefactors of the Hall. The funds for this scholarship are emerging. This scholarship provides support to current students while working on growing the fund to sustain the scholarship in perpetuity. 
  • The Joshua Greed Scholarship

    The Joshua Greed Grant was established in 2012 by Mrs. Gladys and Dr. John Greed following the premature passing of their grandson, Joshua, in 2011.  A 2005 graduate of the Rutgers School of Engineering, Joshua was pursuing his masters degree in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing from Stevens Institute of Technology at the time of his death and was employed by Schering Plough/Merck Pharmaceuticals, traveling extensively through Brazil, Ireland and within the U.S.  Dr. and Mrs. Greed are dedicated benefactors of the Hall.  
  • The Alfred James & Helen Mary Deuerling Family Scholarship

    Established in 1994 by Kathy and Brian Deuerling ’61 in memory of Brian’s parents, the Alfred James & Helen Mary Deuerling Family Scholarship provides need-based tuition assistance to a deserving student who, without this support, might otherwise be unable to attend Calvert Hall. 
  • The Benjamin J. Kavanaugh, Jr. Scholarship

    Established in 1990 by Mrs. Joyce Kavanaugh in memory of her husband, the late Benjamin J. Kavanaugh, Jr. Scholarship provides need-based tuition support to a deserving CHC student.  Dozens of Kavanaugh Scholars have benefitted from this support over the last three decades.  Mr. and Mrs. Kavanaugh’s son, Benjamin III, is a 1986 graduate of The Hall and with his mother, remain benefactors supporting the scholarship. 
  • The Randolph K. & Mary Julia Larsen Scholarship

    Established in 1995 through the generosity of Mrs. Margaret and Mr. Michael Larsen ’65, honoring Mr. Larsen’s parents, the Randolph K. & Mary Julia Larsen Scholarship provides need-based tuition assistance to deserving Calvert Hall students.  Mr. and Mrs. Larsen remain benefactors of CHC and the Larsen Scholarship, which now supports up to four students per academic year.  In addition to Michael, Randolph and Mary’s sons Randolph ’63, Robert ’65 and Timothy ’69 are graduates of The Hall.  
  • The Dorothy Maskell Scholarship

    The Dorothy Maskell Scholarship was established in 2020 by Mrs. Elsa and Mr. Charles Maskell ’78 in memory of Mr. Maskell’s mother.  In addition to Charlie ’78, Mrs. Maskell was the mother of grads Lawrence ’64 and Raymond ’74 and grandmother of Charles ’22.  The Dorothy Maskell Scholarship is awarded annually to a deserving student with demonstrated financial need. 
     
    Charlie and Elsa are the parents of Charles, a member of the class of 2022 Charlie is a former member of the CHC board of trustees and has served on a number of capital campaign committees.  He is a 2006 inductee into the Alumni Hall of Fame. 
  • The John & Concetta Matricciani Scholarship

    Established in 1994 by Agatha and Guy Matricciani ’32 with support from son John “Jay” Matricciani ’60 and his wife Valerie in honor of Guy’s parents, The John & Concetta Matricciani Scholarship provides tuition assistance to a deserving student with financial need.  The Matricciani family were long-time CHC benefactors and Guy, along with his son Jay, who was also a former CHC board of trustee member, were 2004 inductees into the Alumni Hall of Fame. 
  • The McCormick Foundation Scholarship

    The LaSalle Program at Calvert Hall serves a select group of bright, college-bound students with identified reading and/or written language learning disabilities. Established in 2002 by Hunt Valley based McCormick & Company, The McCormick Foundation Scholarship provides support for students with demonstrated financial need enrolled in the LaSalle Program. 
  • The Margaret Serio McGeady Scholarship

    The Margaret Serio McGeady Scholarship honors the memory of Mrs. Margaret Serio McGeady. Mrs. McGeady was a dedicated benefactor of Calvert Hall. This scholarship establishes funds that provides support to current students with demonstrated financial need. 
  • The Morgan Family Scholarship

    Established in 1999 through the generosity of Mrs. Bernice and Mr. James Morgan ’57  and the Morgan Family Foundation, The Morgan Family Scholarship provides support for students with demonstrated financial need enrolled in the LaSalle Program, Calvert Hall’s nationally recognized program that serves a select group of bright, college-bound students with identified reading and/or written language learning disabilities.  Jim, along with a small group of like-minded parents, worked with Br. Rene Sterner in the mid-1980s to create the LaSalle Program.  Jim and Bernice’s son Joe is a 1987 CHC and LaSalle Program grad. 
     
    Jim is a former member of the Calvert Hall board of trustees and a 1986 inductee into the Alumni Hall of Fame. 
  • The George & Elise Paliath Family Grant

    Established in 2018 through the generosity of many family, friends and former students, the George & Elsie Paliath Family Grant to provide tuition assistance to Calvert Hall students with
    financial need. The Paliath Family Grant honors George and Elsie, who served as a faculty member and librarian for nearly three decades at Calvert Hall.
     
    George and Elsie’s son Dilip is a 1989 Calvert Hall grad who served as class valedictorian and since graduation has been a volunteer and officer of the Alumni Association and served on the Calvert Hall board of trustees. Grandson Thomas is a 2005 Hall grad.
  • The Joe Peregoy Family Scholarship

    Established in 2012 by Mrs. Sandra and Mr. Michael L. Peregoy, Sr. in memory of Michael’s father Thomas “Poppy Joe” Peregoygifts to the Peregoy Family Scholarship provide a need-based tuition assistance grant to a deserving Calvert Hall student. Poppy Joe Peregoy passed in 2012 and was the grandfather of Michael, II ’11 and Matthew ’14. 
  • The Rice Family Scholarship

    The Rice Family Scholarship was established in 1994 by the late Mr. Hallie, Sr. and the late Mrs. Virginia Rice with support from their sons Hallie, Jr. ’74 and Dennis ’80, both graduates of Calvert Hall. Mr. Hallie, Sr. served as a trustee of the College of Notre Dame of Maryland trustee and endowed a computer center there. He served on the Goodwill Industries board for nine years and was awarded its 1984 Humanitarian of the Year Award. Mr. Rice helped found the Hospice Foundation of the Chesapeake in Annapolis. The Rice Family Scholarship has provided tuition support for dozens of CHC students over the last twenty-five years. 
  • The Clementine Victoria Ruane Scholarship

    Honoring the sacrifices his mother made to ensure a catholic education for her ten children, the Clementine Victoria Ruane Scholarship was established in 2001 by Mrs. Patricia and Dr. T. Peter Ruane ’62 to provide deserving CHC students with need-based tuition assistance.  The Clementine Victoria Ruane Scholarship has provided support to more than three dozen students over the last twenty years. 
     
    Pete and Pat are long-time supporters of Calvert Hall where Pete served as member of the board of trustees, and as the first lay-member chair of the board.  Pete was chair of the board during the successful Calvert Hall Forever capital campaign that saw the construction of George Young Hall.  He is a 2013 inductee into the CHC Alumni Hall of Fame.  Their grandson, Peter Moore, is a 2020 Hall grad and son-in-law Andy Moore is a long-time faculty member. 
  • The Scheve Family Scholarship

    The Scheve Family Scholarship was established in 1999 by the late Mr. Martin and the late Mrs. Dolores Scheve. Mr. Scheve had a long association with and great respect for the Brothers of the Christian Schools. His brothers Charles ’39 and John ’41 along with his sons David ’74 & Timothy ’76 are graduates of Calvert Hall. Grandsons Martin Burdette ’06 and Matthew Scheve ’07 make up the third Scheve generation at CHC. 
     
    Mr. Scheve served as a project consultant for The Hall’s construction of George Young Hall.  
  • The Seager Family Scholarship

    The Seager Family Scholarship was established in 2007 by F. Ronald Seager ’58 and his wife Carol. Mr. Seager is a dedicated alumnus with a great love for Calvert Hall. He is the former Executive Vice President of Illinois Tool Works. Mr. and Mrs. Seager and their family continue to support Calvert Hall and grow the Seager Family Scholarship, which now supports up to three deserving students per year. 
  • The Andrew Woods Family Scholarship

    The funds for this scholarship are emerging. This scholarship provides support to current students while working on growing the fund to sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.

Scholarships - In Memory/Honor of Alumni of the Hall

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  • The Charles & Elsa Maskell Scholarship

    Established in 2020, the Charles & Elsa Maskell Scholarship will provide tuition assistance support for students with financial need who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in their academic endeavors. The scholarship will fund tuition assistance for one (or more) outstanding student scholars, renewable for the student’s attendance at Calvert Hall.
     
    Charlie is a 1978 grad of The Hall and along with Elsa are the parents of Charles, a member of the class of 2022. Charlie is a former member of the Calvert Hall board of trustees and had been a committee member on a number of capital campaigns. He is a 2006 inductee into the Alumni Hall of Fame.
  • The Dan White ’65 Scholarship

    1965 Calvert Hall grad Dan White along with his wife Kathy established the Dan White ’65 Scholarship in 2019 to provide tuition assistance support for students who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in their academic endeavors. The scholarship will fund tuition assistance for one (or more) outstanding student scholars, renewable for the student’s attendance at Calvert Hall. The White family’s roots with Calvert Hall began when Dan and his brother Michael’s (CHC ’72) father, John D. White graduated in 1934. Kathy and Dan’s grandsons Christopher D. White, Jr. ’20 and nephew Cormac’09 are grads.
     
    Dan is a former CHC board of trustee member and in 2021, in recognition of his service to his profession and to his alma mater, he was inducted into the Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Fame.
  • The David M. Grem ’80 Scholarship Grant

    The David M. Grem ’80 Scholarship Grant was established in 2020 by Thomas Grem ’75 and Steven Grem ’78 in memory of their brother David ’80 who passed away in 2015. Gifts to Calvert Hall in David’s memory will provide need based tuition assistance support for students who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in their academic endeavors. Preference for the grant will be given to students who participate or intend to participate in the golf program.
     
    David’s nephews are also Hall alumni, James Grem graduating in 2013 and his brother Douglas Grem in 2015.
  • The Dennis J. Healy ’59 Scholarship

    Established in 2020 by Jessica and Liam Healy ’94, The Dennis J. Healy ’59 Scholarship honors Dennis’ legacy by providing tuition assistance support for students who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in their academic endeavors. The scholarship will fund tuition assistance for one (or more) outstanding student scholars, renewable for the student’s attendance at Calvert Hall.
     
    In addition to Liam ’94, Dennis’ sons Mark ’85, Brian ’86 and grandson Alexander Cruz ’08 are Hall grads and grandsons Seamus ’22, Braeden ‘24 and Devin ’24 are current students.
  • The Dominic A. Corriere ’56 Scholarship

    Established in 2019 by Mrs. Concetta Corriere in memory of her husband, the Dominic A. Corriere ’56 Scholarship provides need-based tuition assistance to a deserving Calvert Hall student. As a devoted CHC alum and proud member of the class of 1956, Dominic was a retired Administrator for the State of Maryland. In retirement, he devoted his life in service to others – giving two-decade service to Our Daily Bread.
     
    Also receiving support from many ’56 classmates and friends, the Dominic A. Corriere ’56 Scholarship will support up to two students per academic year.
  • The Eric and Beth Ann Kallen ’86 Scholarship

    The Eric and Beth Ann Kallen ’86 Scholarship was established in 2021 to provide need-based tuition assistance to a deserving Calvert Hall student. During his days at The Hall, Eric was a member of the lacrosse team and student government, serving as president of the senior class. Following Calvert Hall, Eric earned his B.A. from Washington and Lee University where he also lettered in lacrosse. He holds an M.B.A. from William and Mary. Eric and Beth Ann have three children and are involved with many charitable organizations.
  • The G. Edward Reahl, Jr. M.D. ’48 Scholarship

    Established in 2019 by a legacy gift in his estate, Dr. Reahl ’48 established the G. Edward Reahl, Jr. M.D. ’48 Scholarship endowment to provide need-based tuition assistance to one or more deserving Calvert Hall students each year.
     
    A Navy veteran, Dr. Reahl spent nearly three decades as chief of orthopedic surgery at Mercy Medical Center. He stepped down from Mercy in 1993 but continued to practice at his office on St. Paul Street until retiring in 2003. Dr. Reahl was a generous benefactor to The Hall over the years, providing annual gifts to support tuition assistance. Dr. Reahl and his wife Hannah were
    the parents of G. Edward III, a member of the class of 1978, who passed away in 2015 and grandparents of Brooks ‘19.
  • The George W. McManus, Jr. ’39 Scholarship

    Established by his family following his passing in 2013, the George W. McManus, Jr. ’39 Scholarship honors one of Calvert Hall’s most beloved benefactors and alumnus. Affiliated with Calvert Hall for over seven decades as student, alumnus, board of trustee member and tireless volunteer, George was an active Alumni Association board member who worked closely with
    Brother Gabriel Cecilian who orchestrated the school’s move from Cathedral and Mulberry to the spacious Towson campus in 1960.
     
    George made a leadership gift in the 1980’s to name the Margaret McManus Theater inside the newly constructed Marion Burk Knott Center for the Performing Arts in honor of his wife, who passed in 1989. George and Margaret’s philanthropy would support Calvert Hall in countless ways during their lives and the George W. McManus, Jr. ’39 Scholarship will continue that legacy, providing need-based tuition assistance support to deserving students in perpetuity.
  • The Guy & Agatha Matricciani ’32 Scholarship Grant

    Established in 2021 by the St. Gabriel Confraternity at St. Leo the Great in Baltimore’s Little Italy, the Guy & Agatha Matricciani ’32 Scholarship Grant honors the long-time parishioners and members, Guy and Agatha Matricciani by providing an annual grant to a deserving CHC student of Italian descent and the child of a parishioner. Guy, who passed in 2011, and Agatha, who passed in 2008, were generous benefactors to Calvert Hall, providing tuition assistance to students in need. Guy, along with his son John (Jay), were 2004 inductees into the CHC Alumni Hall of Fame.
     
    Founded in Baltimore in 1928, the St. Gabriel Confraternity observes the annual feast day of the saint in August with a Mass, street procession, and Italian festival. This group sponsors dinners and fundraisers, helps at the parish homeless dinners, makes funeral home visits, helps community members, visits the sick, and answers requests from our pastor to assist with anything the parish may need, such as repairs and special purchases of statues or altar scarves.
  • The John S. Arnick '51 Memorial Scholarship

    A member of the class of 1951, John S. Arnick served three separate terms as a member of the Maryland House of Delegates, representing District 6 and District 7 in Baltimore County. Following his 2006 death due to lung cancer, family and friends (nearly 100 donors in total) came together in tribute to endow the John S. Arnick ’51 Scholarship in his memory. The John S. Arnick ’51 Scholarship will continue in perpetuity to provide need-based tuition assistance to deserving students from eastern Baltimore County.
  • The Michele and Richard L. Jaklitsch ’76 Scholarship

    To be established via testamentary gift which will endow the scholarship in perpetuity, the Michele and Richard L. Jaklitsch ’76 Scholarship will provide need-based tuition assistance to one or more deserving Calvert Hall students.
     
    A member of the varsity football team during his days at The Hall, Rick is one of five brothers to attend CHC – Frederick L. ’73, James J. ’75, Michael T. ’78 and Stephan W. ’85.
  • The O’Malley and Daue Scholarship

    Established in 2020 by long-time friends and devoted Calvert Hall benefactors and alums, Patrick P. O’Malley ’58 and Raymond Daue ’66, the O’Malley and Daue Scholarship provides a deserving Calvert Hall student whose family has financial need the opportunity to benefit from a Hall education. Both Pat and Ray have served Calvert Hall as members of the board of trustees, on a number of capital campaigns and as tireless volunteers. Working with Br. Kevin Strong, Pat O’Malley spearheaded the creation of what is now the Office of Institutional Advancement at Calvert Hall, where Ray Daue served four years as director. Pat’s son Tom is 1983 Hall alum and Ray’s brother John ’69, nephew J.D. ’13 are grads and grandson Gavin Cusson is a member of the class of 2024. In recognition of their many contributions to Calvert Hall, their profession and the Church, both have been inducted into the CHC Alumni Hall of Fame – Pat in 1992 and Ray in 2015.
  • The Patricia and T. Peter Ruane ’62 Chairman’s Scholarship

    Established in 2021 to honor the many contributions of Pat and Pete Ruane to Calvert Hall, the Patricia and T. Peter Ruane ’62 Chairman’s Scholarship will provide tuition assistance support for students with financial need who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in their academic endeavors. The scholarship will fund tuition assistance for one (or more) outstanding student scholars, renewable for the student’s attendance at Calvert Hall.
     
    Pete and Pat are long-time supporters of Calvert Hall and Pete served as member of the board of trustees, and as the first lay-member chair of the board. Pete was chair of the board during the successful Calvert Hall Forever capital campaign that saw the construction of George Young Hall. He is a 2013 inductee into the CHC Alumni Hall of Fame. Their grandson, Peter Moore, is a 2020 Hall grad and son-in-law Andy Moore is a long-time faculty member.
  • The Richard H. Tilghman, Jr. ’40 Scholarship

    Richard H. Tilghman, Jr. ’40 entered Cathedral and Mulberry in 1936, but unfortunately the family’s finances made a transfer to public school necessary after his sophomore year. Years later, married to his beloved Katharine, daughters Kathy and Barbara would be heading to Mercy as the second Tilghman generation would enter the “new” Calvert Hall in Towson, with Richard ’67, followed by twins Joe ’79 and Jeff ’79. Barbara’s sons Mike Young ’09 and Jon Young ’12
    mark the third generation of Tilghman Hallmen. Knowing the importance their father placed on Catholic education, in 2020 the family established the Richard H. Tilghman, Jr. ’40 Scholarship to provide need-base tuition assistance to a deserving Calvert Hall student.
  • The Stephen A. Valerio ’66 Scholarship

    After graduating from The Hall in 1966, Steve Valerio went on to earn his undergrad degree at Towson University and graduate degree from the University of Baltimore. Through his career he held many leadership positions, retiring as the Chief Executive Officer of University Medical Associates at the Medical University of South Carolina. In 2020, he established the Stephen A. Valerio ’66 Scholarship to provide need-based tuition assistance to a deserving Calvert Hall student.
  • The Thomas J. ’78 & Jacqueline E. Iacaboni Honorary Scholarship

    The Thomas J. & Jacqueline E. Iacoboni Honorary Scholarship, sponsored by the Associated Italian American Charities is awarded to a Calvert Hall student of Italian descent in need of financial assistance. Thomas is a 1978 graduate of the Hall as are his father, Thomas ’48, uncle, Anthony ’48, and brothers Camillo ’75 and Vincent ‘81.
  • The Wendy K. & Michael J. Ruck, Sr. ’64 Scholarship

    Established in 2021 by Wendy and Mike Ruck ’64, the Wendy K. & Michael J. Ruck, Sr. ’64 Scholarship provides tuition assistance support for students with financial need who demonstrate a commitment to excellence in their academic endeavors. The scholarship will fund tuition assistance for one (or more) outstanding student scholars, renewable for the student’s attendance at Calvert Hall.
     
    Long-time Calvert Hall benefactors, Wendy and Mike have both served as members of the CHC board of trustees and on various capital campaigns. In addition to their service to The Hall, they have given of their time, talent and treasure to worthy causes throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Wendy and Mike are the parents of Michael J. Ruck, Jr. ’90. In tribute to his many contributions to Calvert Hall, the Church and countless Baltimore families in his professional capacity, Mike was a 1995 inductee into the Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Fame.
  • The John Aull '01 Grant

    The John Aull '01 Grant is a memorial grant established by the family and friends of John, a member of the class of 2001 who suffered fatal injuries in an automobile accident in 2011. Gifts received in memory of John provide need-based tuition assistance support to a deserving Calvert Hall student.
     
    While a student at The Hall, John was active with student government, CHC TV and for two years was a member of the “It’s Academic” team.
  • The Dustin M. Bauer '04 Grant

    A 2004 CHC grad and member of the cross country and track teams, Dustin Bauer was a senior at Mount St. Mary’s College when he succumbed to injuries suffered in a fall on campus. The Dustin Bauer Memorial Fund was created in the wake of this tragedy to provide scholarship support at CHC and The Mount. Dustin’s brother DeWitt, CHC ’99, along with family and friends hold annual 5k runs and a golf tournament to fund the Dustin M. Bauer Grant.
  • The Patrick J. Bennett ’04 Scholarship

    The Patrick J. Bennett Scholarship honors the memory of Patrick J. Bennett, Jr. ’94. Patrick possessed strong leadership abilities, a positive attitude, and strong moral values. Patrick was an Eagle Scout and played baseball and football while at Calvert Hall. Patrick was killed in an auto accident on April 15, 1999. Established in 2004, the Patrick J. Bennett ’94 Scholarship has made the dream of a Calvert Hall education possible for dozens of young men. Calvert Hall is humbled to honor Patrick’s legacy and keep his memory present with each Bennett Scholar.
  • The Mark E. Bond Scholarship

    A member of the class of 1989, Mark Bond tragically died in an automobile accident in 1990. Established in 1998 by his parents, Curtis and Nancy Bond along with their son Kevin ’88, the Mark E. Bond Scholarship honors Mark’s legacy by providing need-based tuition assistance annually to a number of Calvert Hall students. Over the last two decades, more than thirty students have been afforded the opportunity for a CHC education because of the Mark E. Bond Scholarship.
  • The H. King '70 & Patricia Corbett Grant

    Established in 2018 by Mrs. Patricia and Mr. H. King Corbett ’70, the H. King ’70 & Patricia Corbett Grant provides a four-year scholarship grant to an academically qualified student whose family shows demonstrated financial need.  There are two Corbett Scholars benefiting from the grant this school year.  The Corbett family has a long association with Calvert Hall as King’s father Stephen V. Corbett, Sr. was a member of the class of 1931 and his six brothers are also grads: Stephen, Jr. ’55, Paul C. ’55, David ’57, James ’60, Robert ’63 and John ’72. 
  • The Carlo L. Crispino Scholarship

    Generous Calvert Hall benefactors Rose and Carlo Crispino ’48 endowed the Carlo L. Crispino ’48 Scholarship in 2005 to provide deserving young men, whose families show demonstrated financial need, the opportunity to benefit from a Calvert Hall education.  The retired chairman of National Roofing Company, Carlo was a 2006 inductee into the CHC Alumni Hall of Fame and passed away in 2008.  His beloved wife, Rose, passed in 2016.  His brother Daniel is a ’53 alum and son Louis is a 1978 grad. 
  • The Matthew A. DeMizio ‘00 Scholarship

    The Matthew A. DeMizio Grant honors the memory of Matthew DeMizio ’00. At Calvert Hall, Matt was a McMullen scholar, a member of the It’s Academic team, wrote for the school newspaper, and served as stage manager for several plays. He was well known for his outstanding ability with technology, his enthusiastic nature, and his willingness to help out with school activities. Matt went on to become a distinguished graduate of LaSalle University in Philadelphia. Matt died tragically in an automobile accident in December, 2004.  The Matthew A. DeMizio Scholarship Grant provides need-based tuition support to a deserving student. 
  • The William L. Gaudreau Scholarship

    Established in 2005 by Mary and William L. Gaudreau, the William L. Gaudreau Scholarship provides need-based tuition assistance to a deserving Calvert Hall student.  Parents of William A.L. ’74 and David G. ’80, the Gaudreau family has a long association with Calvert Hall.  Mr. Gaudreau’s brothers Paul L. ’32 and David L. ’37 were students at Cathedral and Mulberry and the family’s architectural firm, Gaudreau, Inc. has been instrumental in building CHC’s Towson campus. 
  • The Devin D. Gerhart '06 Grant

    The Devin D. Gerhard ’06 Grant was established in 2018 to provide need-based tuition assistance to a deserving Calvert Hall student.  A member of the baseball team and dance committee during his days at The Hall, Devin and his family and friends continue to make annual gifts to support the grant and give a young man the opportunity to benefit from a Calvert Hall education.   
  • The Ray Giudice ’59 Scholarship

    The funds for this scholarship are emerging. This scholarship provides support to current students while working on growing the fund to sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Carl Gussio Art Scholarship

    Established in 2013 with the passing of Mr. Carl Gussio, the Carl Gussio Art Scholarship Grant provides support to deserving students with identified financial need enrolled in Calvert Hall’s award winning Art Program.  Mr. Gussio was the owner of Towson Art Supply, for years providing support to the art program and Mr. Victor Janishefski, long-time director. Carl and his wife Marie were also the parents of Richard P. ’74 and Scott A. ’82 as well as grandparents to Joseph Amoyal ’04. The Gussio family and friends continue to support the Carl Gussio Art Scholarship with annual gifts. 
  • The James F. Hubbard Scholarship

    James Francis Hubbard was a career educator and loyal Calvert Hall alum.  Understanding the importance a CHC education can have on a young man’s future – he made provisions in his will to create a significant endowment to provide that opportunity.  With his instructions: “for scholarships for needy students as a memorial for Brother D. Paul and Brother Benilde; and in memory of Leo C. Hubbard, Class of 1942 and J. Francis Hubbard, Class of 1947” – Calvert Hall is honored to be forever linked to Mr. Hubbard’s legacy.  Since Mr. Hubbard’s passing in 2011 and the creation of the James Francis Hubbard ’47 Scholarship the following year, four or more students receive needed aid each academic year. 
  • The Kinney-Cromwell Scholarship

    Established originally as the first tuition assistance scholarship at Calvert Hall in the 1980’s, the Kinney-Cromwell Scholarship honors two of The Hall’s most accomplished basketball players taken from us far too soon.  Paul Kinney ’81 was a member of one of the greatest boys high school teams in the country when he suffered a fatal heart attack during a 1980-81 pre-season scrimmage. Paul, as the star center on the team, was being recruited by college coaches throughout the country.  In a senseless act of violence, Craig Cromwell ’86, was walking home from a friend’s house when he was shot and killed on April 2, 1985.  A star forward on the basketball team, the junior was known for his wide smile and as a friend to everyone. 
     
    The Kinney-Cromwell Scholarship provides need-based tuition support for deserving students who attend Calvert Hall from east Baltimore.  Classmates, family and friends continue to make annual gifts Paul and Craig’s memory to continue to grow the scholarship. 
  • EOD 2nd Class E. Austin Koth ‘94, USN Memorial Grant

    The EOD 2nd Class E. Austin Koth, USN Memorial Grant honors the memory of E. Austin Koth ’94. While at Calvert Hall, Austin was known for his good humor and welcoming personality. Austin was a high performing diver at Calvert Hall and later at Loyola University of Maryland. After graduating from Loyola, Austin joined the United States Navy and served as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician. Austin was killed in action on 26 July 2006 while supporting combat operations Iraqi Freedom near Camp Victory Iraq. 
     
    The Scholarship was established in 2010 and classmates, family and friends continue to make annual gifts in Austin’s memory to support the scholarship.  Austin’s mother, Kathy, was a long-time member of the CHC religion department and brother Ted is a 1992 grad who also spent six years teaching religion at The Hall. 
  • The Dr. Ray Krizek '50 Scholarship

    Mrs. Claudia and Dr. Ray Krizek ’50 established the Krizek Family Scholarship in 2013 to provide deserving young men the opportunity to receive a Calvert Hall education.  Remembering his years at The Hall from 1946-1950, made possible because he received financial aid, Dr. and Mrs. Krizek wish to “pass it on” through the Krizek Family Scholarship.  The Krizek scholars are chosen based on family financial need with preference given to a student from St. Michael-St. Clement School who shows academic promise (in science, math and/or communication skills), leadership (community service, boy scouts) and involved in extra-curricular activities (sports, music, hobbies).  The Krizek Family Scholarship also provides support for faculty members to enhance their teaching skills by attending special courses, meetings or workshops. 
     
    Dr. Krizek earned his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Northwestern University, where he has remained during a 60-year career in higher education.  As the Stanley F. Pepper Professor of Civil and Environmental Education, since 1994 he has been director of the Master of Project Management Program in the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science at Northwestern.  In recognition for his professional achievements, in 2008 Dr. Krizek was inducted into the Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Fame. 
  • The Mickey C. Lippy ’92 Memorial Scholarship

    The Mickey C. Lippy Memorial Grant was established by members of the Class of 1992 in memory of their classmate Mickey Lippy ’92. Mickey played football and lacrosse while at the Hall. In 1991, he was named the Maryland Scholastic Association’s offensive football player of the year. After serving with the Anne Arundel Fire department, Mickey became a Maryland State Trooper, serving as a flight paramedic for the Maryland State Medivac aviation command. He died September 28, 2008 in a helicopter crash during a medical transport.  Established in 2011, the Mickey C. Lippy ’92 Memorial Scholarship provides need-based tuition support to current students. 
  • The Joseph L. Locke ’41 Scholarship

    Following his graduation from Calvert Hall in 1941, Joe Locke served in the Army Signal Corp in WWII, 1942-1945, in England and France.  Following the war, he settled in Martinez, California, working for Pacific Bell for 37 years before retiring in 1978.  Joe was an active member and supporter of many community organization and, although on the west coast, remained ever-loyal to The Hall – giving to building campaigns and the Hall Fund.  Joe made arrangements in his will to provide a bequest to establish the Joseph L. Locke ’41 Scholarship and after his passing in 2002, it was Calvert Hall’s honor to remember his legacy with the creation of the scholarship.  The Joseph L. Locke ’41 Scholarship provides need-based tuition assistance to a deserving CHC student. 
  • The William T. McFaul '52 Scholarship

    Bill McFaul ’52 joined the Army in 1956 and spent thirteen months serving in Korea. Following the war he went on to earn his J.D. from the University of Baltimore Law School and in 1960 began a distinguished career with the FBI. His career took him to Albuquerque and Las Vegas working some of the FBI’s most famous investigations. He was one of the twelve leading FBI authorities on the JFK Murder (helping to write the Warren Commission Report) and he investigated & tracked Mafia Boss Meyer Lansky, investigated the MD Valentine’s Day massacre, and worked with Vegas businessman Steve Wynn. At a time in his career when his reputation and accomplishments allowed him to choose his next assignment, Bill and his wife Carolyn moved the family back to Baltimore – in part so that his sons Bill ’84 and Marc ’89 could attend his beloved Calvert Hall. Following his passing in 2017; Bill and Mary McFaul, Marc and Anne McFaul, along with friends Ian Arrowsmith ’89 and Walter (Jim) Knell, III ’71 established the William T. McFaul ’52 Scholarship to honor their father, friend and neighbor and his love of Calvert Hall. A young man with financial need, with preference given to the son of an active or retired law enforcement professional, is chosen annually to become the McFaul Scholar.
  • The Bishop William C. Newman ’46 Alumni Scholarship

    Established by Calvert Hall’s Alumni Association in 2011 to honor of one of Calvert Hall’s most distinguished alumni, the Bishop William C. Newman ’46 Alumni Scholarship honors Bishop William C. Newman ’46 providing need-based tuition support to the sons of CHC alumni. Bishop Newman served the Archdiocese of Baltimore for over 60 years. He served as the Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of Baltimore from 1967-1976. He was ordained May 29, 1954 and on July 2, 1984 was ordained Titular Bishop of Numluli and Auxiliary Bishop for service to the Church of Baltimore. He served as Vicar General and Episcopal Vicar for the Eastern Vicariate until his retirement in 2003.  He remained devoted to Calvert Hall until his passing in 2017 at age 88. 
     
    Graduating from Calvert Hall in 1946, he had opportunities to play baseball professionally, but instead entered St. Charles Minor Seminary in Catonsville. He would cite Father Henri Brianceau, a Sulpician priest who had served as a chaplain at Calvert Hall, in helping him choose the priesthood as a vocation.  In 1985, in recognition of his many contributions to the Church and dedication to Calvert Hall, Bishop Newman was inducted into the CHC Alumni Hall of Fame. 
  • The John G. Noppinger, Jr. ’64 Scholarship

    The John G. Noppinger, Jr. ’64 Scholarship was established in 2013 by John G. Noppinger ’64, member of the CHC board of trustees and 2021 inductee into the Alumni Hall of Fame.  Seeking to provide deserving students with need-based tuition support, Mr. Noppinger is proud of the Hall and the education he received - “I got a lot from Calvert Hall because of the diversity that existed when I went to school here and that still exists today. Calvert Hall afforded a structure and a discipline, as well as a great education that led me to be successful.” 
     
    Mr. Noppinger, along with his wife Lucy Hagopian have been dedicated supporters of The Hall, providing financial support to make the Noppinger Commons and the John G. Noppinger, Jr. & Lucy G. Hagopian Center for Growth in the Sciences a reality.  The John G. Noppinger, Jr. ’64 Scholarship provides assistance to multiple students each academic year. 
  • The Dr. Robert & Mrs. Kathleen Noppinger '71 Scholarship

    Established by Robert and Kathleen Noppinger in 2016 to aid academically gifted students, the Dr. Robert & Mrs. Kathleen Noppinger ’71 scholarship provides financial assistance for tuition and other necessities (books, sport coats, etc) to deserving young men who, without the assistance, might otherwise be unable to attend Calvert Hall.  In addition to being a 1971 grad, Dr. Noppinger and his wife are parents of Nicholas a 1998 CHC grad, member of the National Honor Society and graduate of the McMullen Scholars program. 
  • The Stephen J. Peroutka ’72 MD Ph.D. Scholarship

    Established in 1997 by Dr. Stephen Peroutka ’72 to provide need-based tuition assistance to an academically gifted Calvert Hall student.  Following CHC, Dr. Peroutka went on to earn his A.B. degree from Cornell University and his MD and PhD from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.  A neurologist by training, Dr. Peroutka has over 30 years research and professional experience in neuroscience.  He has presented over 25 lectures at international meetings and approximately 100 guest lectures at universities and institutes; has published more than 200 papers and edited four books. 
     
    Dr. Peroutka’s brother, Dr. Robert M. Peroutka is a 1975 grad of The Hall.  In recognition of his professional accomplishments, Stephen was inducted into the CHC Alumni Hall of Fame in 1993
  • The Thomas P. Rice, Jr. '68 Grant

    Established in 2016 by Tom Rice ’68, the Thomas P. Rice, Jr. ’68 Grant provides significant tuition support to two of the most deserving Calvert Hall students.  Mr. Rice has enjoyed a distinguished career holding senior level positions with firms in the pharmaceutical and investment industries.  He holds a Master’s degree from Loyola University and currently serves as general manager and partner of Columbia Investments, LLC.  
  • The Aaron D. Schmidt '97 Scholarship

    Established in 1996 following the sudden passing of Aaron D. Schmidt ’97, the Aaron D. Schmidt ’97 Scholarship provides tuition assistance to a Calvert Hall student whose family shows demonstrated financial need.  While a student, Aaron a member of the Calvert Hall Band program and a member of the varsity football team.  Holding events to bring together family, friends and classmates, Aaron’s parents – Ron and Sharon and brother, Eric’95 have worked tirelessly to honor Aaron’s legacy through this scholarship; many of whom continue to honor him through an annual gift in his name. 
  • The Monsignor Martin A. Schwalenberg Memorial Scholarship

    Known simply as “Father Marty”, Msgr Schwalenberg was Pastor Emeritus of St. Charles Borromeo Church in Pikesville when he passed away due to complications from a stroke in 2004.  Most known for spending the better parts of four decades as team chaplain to the Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Colts, Fr. Marty became close friends to Brooks Robinson, Earl Weaver and many of the Orioles and Colts greats.  Fr. Marty attended Loyola College for two years, before signing a contract with the old Philadelphia Athletics where he pitched and played shortstop for a season in the team’s farm system.  His calling to become a priest then took him to St. Mary’s Seminary and University in Roland Park, and he was ordained in 1945. 
     
    In 1999, Fr. Marty’s cousin Tim Welsh established the Monsignor Martin A. Schwalenberg ’38 Scholarship to provide tuition assistance to a deserving CHC student and honor Fr. Marty’s commitment to Calvert Hall and the Baltimore community.   
  • The J. Wilford Sheridan '27 Scholarship

    The LaSalle Program at Calvert Hall serves a select group of bright, college-bound students with identified reading and/or written language learning disabilities.  The Thomas B. & Elizabeth M. Sheridan Foundation established the J. Wilford Sheridan ’27 Scholarship to provide need-based tuition assistance to a deserving Calvert Hall student enrolled in the LaSalle Program. 
  • The Henry ’52 & Mary Strohminger Scholarship

    Established in 2010, The Henry ’52 & Mary Strohminger Scholarship honors the memory of Henry Strohminger ’52 and his wife Mary. Henry was a successful automobile dealership owner. A heart transplant recipient, Henry was the founder of a support group for heart transplant patients. Henry was active in the Calvert Hall Alumni Association, serving as president for two terms. He was inducted into the Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Fame in 1990.  Henry and Mary’s sons Henry, III ’78 and Karl ’83 are CHC alums along with Henry’s brother George ’37. 
  • The Gregory D. Talbot ‘00 Scholarship

    The Gregory D. Talbot Scholarship honors the memory of Gregory Talbot ’00. Greg was a member of the Calvert Hall MIAA championship golf team and captain in 2000. He was a member of the varsity golf team at Towson University and caddied for 5 years at Caves Valley Country Club. He exemplified the qualities of a Hall man. Greg died tragically in a car accident in 2002. For many years, his parents, Bruce and JoAnn, organize an annual golf tournament in support of this scholarship.  Since its creation in 2002, dozens of young men have been afforded a Calvert Hall education because of the Gregory D. Talbott ’00 Scholarship. 
  • The Stephen A. Vitrano ’74 Scholarship

    The Stephen A. Vitrano Scholarship honors the memory of Stephen Vitrano ’74.  Steve passed tragically following an automobile accident in 1992 at age 35.  Steve was well known for his good humor and interest in sports. He coached soccer, basketball, and baseball teams for Lutherville-Timonium Recreation Council. As Calvert Hall’s Junior Varsity soccer coach, Steve consistently led championship teams. Steve’s five brothers – Anthony ’72, Joseph ’76, Thomas ’78, Frank ’80 and James ’83 – are all graduates of the Hall. This scholarship was established in 1998 and provide tuition support to current students. 
  • George B. ’48 & Lovey Young Scholarship

    The George B. ’48 & Lovey Young scholarship honors the memory of the late George Young ’48 and his late wife Lovey who were loyal benefactors of the Hall. Mr. Young began a lifelong career in football by coaching championship teams at Calvert Hall and City College High School. He also was a revered teacher of history at City. Mr. Young believed education was the key to success. He went on to coach in the pros with the Baltimore Colts and the Miami Dolphins. Eventually, he became the General Manager of the New York Giants. In 19 seasons as GM, the Giants won two Super Bowl Championships.  George is a 1987 inductee into the Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Fame and in 2020 was elected as a member of the Centennial Class to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. 
     
    The George B. ’48 & Lovey Young Scholarship was established in 2004 to provide need-based tuition assistance to deserving Calvert Hall students. 
  • The Jason D. Wells ’99 Scholarship

    Established in 1998, the Jason D. Wells Scholarship honors the life of Jason Deon Wells ‘99. Jason was a dedicated student who balanced his school work with a part-time job. His family and friends have worked tirelessly to support this scholarship in his honor. Jason died tragically in a traffic accident while attending Calvert Hall. This scholarship establishes funds to provide support to current students while seeking to reach funding levels which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity. 
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