2013 Sister Antonine Signorelli, ASCJ Scholars Celebrated
March 18, 2013
Each year incoming freshmen with outstanding academic records who achieved the highest entrance exam scores are awarded The Sister Antonine Signorelli, ASCJ Memorial Scholarship. Established in 1993, the scholarship honors the life, philosophy, and achievements of the Academy’s foundress and first principal. Sister Antonine Scholars form a distinct group of young women who display strong academic success with promise for future accomplishment. They truly affirm the Academy’s motto, “Excelsior.”
The 2013 Sister Antonine Scholars and their families recently attended a reception held in their honor, hosted by the Admissions Office and current Antonine Scholars. Sacred Heart welcomed ten new Scholars—Jeanne Marie Cassidy, Abigail Kelly, Elizabeth Lamont, Hannah Levesque, Jordan Meares-Garcia, Claire Niesobecki, Sophie Park, Alicia Pekar, Toella Pliakas, and Corinne Wilklow.
“Past recipients of the Sister Antonine Signorelli, ASCJ Memorial Scholarship have gone on to further their education at some of the finest colleges and universities in the United States and abroad,” offered Director of Admissions, Elaine Lamboley ’60 “…Recent alumnae who are Sister Antonine Scholars currently study at the University of Leicester in Great Britain, Princeton University, University of Notre Dame, Brown University, Tufts University, Yale University, MIT, US Naval Academy, Dartmouth College, and Cornell University, among others. Several were National Merit Finalists and State of Connecticut Governor’s Scholars.”