Acceptances & Scholarships

Each year, Saratoga Central Catholic tracks where our students have been accepted and the Academic Scholarship monies awarded. The dollar figures below are taken from the scholarship letters sent to the students.

Class of 2018

Victoria Alvord: 
Hartwick College and a $128,000 Scholarship
Siena College and a $72,000 Scholarship
New England College and a $100,000 Scholarship
College of St. Joseph and an $80,000 Scholarship
Sage College and a $76,000 Scholarship
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and a $12,000 Scholarship
Southern Vermont College
The College of Saint Rose and a $68,000 Scholarship

Amanda Bartoszek:
SUNY Adirondack

Luke Bergan:
SUNY Clinton Community College
SUNY Plattsburgh
Southern Vermont College

Lauren Cheney: 
Becker College and a $68,000 Scholarship
Mount Ida College and a $108,000 Scholarship
Cazenovia College and an $88,000 Scholarship
Johnson & Wales University and a $48,000 Scholarship
Alfred University and a $64,00 Scholarship

Krystal Cordo:
Siena College and an $84,000 Scholarship
Albany College of Pharmacy and a $42,000 Scholarship

Grace Costa:
University of Delaware and a $52,0000 Scholarship
University at Buffalo
Sarah Lawrence College and a $96,000 Scholarship
University of Maryland
Clarkson University

Ani Crocker:
Russell Sage College and a $68,000 Scholarship
Elmira College and an $80,000 Scholarship
Maria College and an $8,000 Scholarship

Kevin Cronin:
Le Moyne College and a $75,000 Scholarship
Siena College and an $80,000 Scholarship
Clarkson University

Kerrigan Doty-Rawleigh:
Siena College and an $84,000 Scholarship
Le Moyne College and a $10,000 Scholarship
Russell Sage College and a $76,000 Scholarship
LeMoyne and an $85,000 Scholarship

James Flynn V:
Siena College and a $72,000 Scholarship
University at Buffalo

Grace Fornabia:
Alfred University and a $68,000 Scholarship
Saint Michael’s College and a $100,000 Scholarship
Sacred Heart University and a $70,000 Scholarship

Stephen Gravereaux:
United States Marines

Michael Halligan:
Saint Michael’s College and a $56,000 Scholarship
SUNY Oneonta

Cassidy Hayner:
Seton Hill University and a $68,000 Scholarship
Merrimack College and an $80,000 Scholarship
George Mason University and a $28,000 Scholarship
Keene College and a $36,000 Scholarship
SUNY Fredonia and a $10,000 Scholarship
Manhattanville College and a $84,000 Scholarship

Kyle Hennessey:
The College of Saint Rose and a $68,000 Scholarship
Siena College and a $72,000 Scholarship
SUNY Adirondack
Saint Michael’s College and a $100,000 Scholarship

Michael Halligan:
College of Saint Rose and a $64,000 Scholarship

Sam Haraden:
High Point University and a $28,000 Scholarship
Saint Joseph’s University and a $68,000 Scholarship
The University of Denver and a $76,000 Scholarship

Tyler Haraden:
High Point University and a $20,000 Scholarship
Saint Joseph’s University and a $40,000 Scholarship
The University of Denver

Cassidy Hayner:
Seton Hill University

Olivia Lawrence:
High Point University and a $20,000 Scholarship
University of Kentucky
Xavier University and a $72,000 Scholarship

Kaden-Philip Learch:
University of Rhode Island
West Virginia University

Peidong “James” Lei:
Pace University and a $74,800 Scholarship
Rutgers University
Drexel University
Providence College
University of Massachusetts Boston

Ryan McFadden:
Hartwick College and a $132,000 Scholarship
Ithaca College and an $80,000 Scholarship

Sophia Russo:
Saint Michael’s College and a $100,000 Scholarship
Providence College
Holy Names University and an $80,000 Scholarship

Meagan Schmid:
Endicott College

Liam Shea:
Hartwick College and a $128,000 Scholarship
Siena College and a $66,000 Scholarship

John P. Tagliafierro:
Iona College and a $96,000 Scholarship

Katherine West:
Siena College and an $80,000 Scholarship
Saint Michael’s College and a $100,000 Scholarship
Loyola University Maryland  and a $64,000 Scholarship
Providence College
Fairfield University and a $68,000 Scholarship