General Endowment Funds

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Scholarships - In Honor/Memory of Faculty and Coaches

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  • The John P. Thaler Scholarship

    This scholarship honors Mr. 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.  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.  This is an emerging scholarship.
  • The Mr. & Mrs. Louis E. Heidrick, AFSC 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 Mark Amatucci ’70 Scholarship

    The Mark Amatucci ’70 Scholarship honors Mark Amatucci ‘70, who has been a basketball coach, teacher, and guidance counselor at Calvert Hall for over 25 years. As basketball coach, his teams earned three Baltimore Catholic League regular season titles, three BCL Tournament titles, two MIAA titles and one MIAA “A” Conference title. His 1981-1982 team, which finished the season 34-0, was named National Champion by USA Today. Mr. Amatucci takes great pride in preparing his players for success beyond the court. 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 Brother Daniel Henry, FSC Scholarship

    This scholarship was established by James Derwin '60 in honor of Brother Daniel Henry.  The scholarship supports tuition assistance.  Brother Daniel served at The Hall on three separate occasions - as the principal from 1946-1950 and as a religon and English teacher from 1942-1945 and 1958-1962.  This is an emerging scholarship.
  • The Frank G. Clary ‘53, AFSC Grant

    The Frank G. Clary Scholarship was established by Mr. Frank Clary ’53. 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. For his extraordinary commitment to Calvert Hall and Lasallian education Mr. Clary was awarded the honor of Affiliate member of the Brothers of Christian Schools. 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 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. 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 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 served as the principal of Calvert Hall from 1940-1944. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The William V. Karpovich 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 George Kropp 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 Augustine F. Miceli, Sr. Scholarship

    The Augustine F. Miceli, Sr. Scholarship honors Mr. Augie Miceli a member of the Calvert Hall mathematics department now serving in his 55th year on the faculty. In addition to teaching math, Mr. Miceli has served as the head varsity football coach, the head varsity basketball coach and as the school’s athletic director. He is well-known for his attention to detail and his dedication to working with students before and after school. Mr. Miceli has taught the fathers and even grandfathers of a number of his students. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Brother Tom Miller, FSC Grant

    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 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 over 60 years 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 currently provides guidance support to Calvert Hall students in need of learning accommodations. Over the last 27 years, this scholarship has assisted over 100 families with tuition and expenses while their sons attended Calvert 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 Theodore E. Thormann, Jr. Scholarship

    The Theodore E. Thormann, Jr. Scholarship 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. 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.

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

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  • The Class of 1953 Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Class of 1958 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 Class of 1989 Scholarship

    The Class of 1989 Scholarship was established by the Class of 1989 in honor of their experience at Calvert Hall College and to commemorate the 25th Reunion of their graduation. 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 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 Mabel A. Bauernfeind Scholarship

    The Mabel A. Bauernfeind Scholarship was established 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 establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Boehl Family Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The William A. Bramble, Sr. Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Sue Burton Mother Seton Academy 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 Conway Family Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • 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 Thomas F. & Edith A. Fealy Memorial Scholarship

    The Thomas F. & Edith A. Fealy Memorial Scholarship was established 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. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Gill Family Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Thomas J. ’79 & 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 1979 graduate of the Hall as are his father, Thomas ’48, uncle, Anthony ’48, and brothers Camillo ’75 and Vincent ‘81. 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 Jerry & Elaine Francik Honorary Scholarship

    The Jerry & Elaine Francik Honorary Scholarship was established by Anthony J. Iacoboni, Jr. ’79 and his wife Jacqueline in honor of her parents, Jerry and Elaine Francik. The scholarship is sponsored by the Associated Italian American Charities. This scholarship is awarded to a Calvert Hall student of Italian descent in need of financial assistance. 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 James P. & Erna B. Gillece Scholarship

    The James P. & Erna B. Gillece Scholarship was established by David Gillece ’67 and his brother James, Jr. ’62 in honor of their parents. David Gillece served as a member of the Calvert Hall Board of Trustees from 2008-2014. The scholarship is an established fund.
  • The Christopher Greed Scholarship

    The Christopher Greed Scholarship 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 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 Alfred James & Helen Mary Deuerling Family Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Benjamin J. Kavanaugh, Jr. Scholarship

    The Benajmin K. Kavanaugh Scholarship was established by Mrs. Joyce A. Kavanaugh in memory of her husband Benjamin Kavanaugh. The Kavanaugh’s son Benjamin III ’86 is a graduate of the Hall. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Randolph K. & Mary Julia Larsen Scholarship

    The Randolph K. & Mary Julia Larsen Scholarship was established by Mr. Michael ’65 and Mrs. Margaret Larsen in ’65 in memory of Mr. Larsen’s parents. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Dorothy Maskell Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The John & Concetta Matricciani Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The McCormick Foundation Scholarship

    Sponsored by McCormick & Company, The McCormick Foundation Scholarship provides support for students enrolled in the La Salle Program. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • 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 – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Morgan 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.
  • The Peregoy 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.
  • The Rice Family Scholarship

    The Rice Family Scholarship was established by the late Mr. Hallie, Sr. and the late Mrs. Virginia Rice. Their sons Hallie, Jr. ’74 and Dennis ’80 are 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. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Clementine Victoria Ruane Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Scheve Family Scholarship

    The Scheve Family Scholarship was established 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 brother, Charles ’39 and sons David ’74 & Timothy ’76 are graduates of Calvert Hall. Mr. Scheve served as a project consultant for the Hall’s construction of George Young Hall. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Seager Family Scholarship

    The Seager Family Scholarship was established 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. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • 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 John S. Arnick Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The John Aull 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 Dustin M. Bauer Grant

    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 Patrick J. Bennett ’04 Scholarship

    The Patrick J. Bennett Scholarship honors the memory of Patrick J. Bennett, Jr. ’04. Patrick possessed strong leadership abilities, a positive attitude, and strong moral values. Patrick was an Eagle Scout. He played baseball and football while at Calvert Hall. Patrick was killed in an auto accident on April 15, 1999. Since his death, his family and friends have worked diligently to support this scholarship in his honor. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Mark E. Bond Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Carlo L. Crispino Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Monsignor Joseph A. Davies Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Matthew A. DeMizio ‘00 Scholarship

    The Matthew A. DeMizio Scholarship 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 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 William L. Gaudreau 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 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

    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 James F. Hubbard 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 Kinney-Cromwell Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • 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 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 Ray Krizek Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Mickey C. Lippy ’92 Memorial Scholarship

    The Mickey C. Lippy Memorial Scholarship 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. 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 Joseph L. Locke ’41 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 Bishop William C. Newman ’46 Scholarship

    Established by Calvert Hall’s Alumni Association, the Bishop William C Newman Scholarship honors Bishop William C. Newman ’46. Bishop Newman has 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 on July 2, 1984 as Titular Bishop of Numluli and Auxiliary Bishop for service to the Church of Baltimore. 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 John G. Noppinger, Jr. ’64 Scholarship

    The John G. Noppinger, Jr. Scholarship was established by John G. Noppinger ’64. , 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.”
  • The Stephen J. Peroutka ’72 MD. Phd. Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Henry ’52 & Mary Strohminger Scholarship

    The Henry & Mary Strohminger Scholarship honors the memory of Henry Strohminger ’52 and his wife Mary. Henry was a successful automobile dealership owner. A heat 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. 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 Aaron D. Schmidt Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Monsignor Martin A. Schwalenberg Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Gregory D. Talbot ‘00 Scholarship

    The Gregory D. Talbot Scholarship honors the memory of Gregory Talbot ’00. Greg was a member of the varsity golf team, a member of the Calvert Hall MIAA championship 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. His parents, Bruce and JoAnn, organize an annual golf tournament in support of this scholarship. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Stephen A. Vitrano ’74 Scholarship

    The Stephen A. Vitrano Scholarship honors the memory of Stephen Vitrano ’74. 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 led championship teams. Steve’s five brothers are all graduates of the Hall. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • George B. ’48 & Lovey Young Scholarship

    The George B. ’48 & Lovey Young scholarship honors the memory of the late George Young 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. This scholarship establishes funds – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.
  • The Jason D. Wells ’99 Scholarship

    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 – provide support to current students and have reached funding levels or utilize spending guidelines which will sustain the scholarship in perpetuity.