Newest Sister Antonine Signorelli, ASCJ Scholars Celebrated
March 11, 2016
Each year, incoming freshmen with the highest entrance exam scores and those who demonstrate outstanding academic potential are selected to receive the Sister Antonine Signorelli, ASCJ Memorial Scholarship. Established in 1993, the scholarship honors the life, philosophy, and achievements of the Academy’s founding principal. These students display strong academic success with promise of future accomplishment and truly affirm the Academy’s motto, Excelsior.
This year Sacred Heart welcomes thirteen new Antonine Scholars: Megan Lynn Baker of Cheshire; Alessandro Michele Cordero of Northford; Oviereya Betty-Maria Ekeh of Milford; Alyssa Joan Harduby of Wallingford; Susan Silliman Hemingway of Branford; Jenna Lois Kennedy of Wallingford; Brisa Nadiezdha Mendoza of Hamden; Julianna Christina Milidantri of Durham; Abby Elizabeth Noniewicz of Madison; Maria Theodora Papademetris of New Haven; Allison Pierce Rozear of Branford; Adalyn Grace Schommer of Cheshire; and Charlotte W. Wiley of Guilford.
Our newest 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 is proud of these young women and all members of the incoming Class of 2020. Members of the entering class come from 27 towns and 45 feeder schools.