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 2019

Caden Awad:
Moravian College
Keuka College and a $75,000 Scholarship

Rayan Badghaish:
Hartwick College and a $136,000 Scholarship
Florida Institute of Technology
Ithaca College and a $68,000 Scholarship
Le Moyne College and a $60,000 Scholarship
Ozyegin University (Turkey)

Timothy Barrett:
SUNY Adirondack
SUNY Fredonia
Sage College of Albany and a $64,000 Scholarship
Utica College
Maria College
SUNY Buffalo

Madeline Bielefeld:
Drexel University and a $127,200 Scholarship
Fordham College at Rose Hill
Quinnipiac University and a $112,000 Scholarship
Fordham University and an $85,200 Scholarship

Elise Browel:
Western New England University  and a $72,000 Scholarship
Rowan University
University of New Haven  and a $72,00 Scholarship

Natalie Coffman:
Clarkson University and a $112,000 Scholarship

Nicholas Condry:
Ithaca College and an $80,000 Scholarship
Providence College and an $80,000 Scholarship
University of Vermont and a $72,000 Scholarship

Dylan Custer:
Siena College and an $100,000 Scholarship
Quinnipiac University and an $80,000 Scholarship
Salve Regina University and an $80,000 Scholarship
University of Bridgeport and an $88,000 Scholarship
Le Moyne College and a $65,000 Scholarship
Clarkson University and a $100,000 Scholarship
Bryant University and a $72,000 Scholarship
The University of Rhode Island

Griffin Day:
Eastern Gateway Community College

Preston Famiglietti:
Ithaca College and a $68,000 Scholarship
Siena College and a $70,000 Scholarship

Joseph Frankowski:
Marquette University and a $68,000 Scholarship
Siena College and an $80,000 Scholarship
University at Buffalo
Bryant University and a $100,000 Scholarship
University of Wisconsin – Madison
Syracuse University

Ross Garrow:
SUNY Cobleskill

Logan Johnson:
Providence College

Joseph Kumlander:
Keuka College and a $67,000 Scholarship
SUNY Fedonia
SUNY Oswego
SUNY Buffalo

Adelaide LaSalle:
Wells College and a $75,000 Scholarship
University of Vermont and a $72,000 Scholarship
Pennsylvania State University

Dean Martinez:
Skidmore College

Anne McKenna:
Franciscan University of Steubenville
Christendom College
Siena College
Benedictine College
Rosemont College
Mount St.Mary’s University
University Of Mary
Villanova University
St. Lawrence University
Assumption College
Salve Regina University

John Munn:
Norwich University and an $88,000 Scholarship
Keuka College  and an $81,000 Scholarship
Hartwick College  and a $136,000 Scholarship
Siena College and a $70,000 Scholarship
Saint Michael’s College and a $90,000 Scholarship
Le Moyne College and a $60,000 Scholarship

William Murdick:
Paul Smith’s College
SUNY Cobleskill
SUNY Adirondack

Kennedy Murphy:
College of Charleston and a $40,000 Scholarship
University of Kentucky and a $40,000 Scholarship
University of North Carolina Wilmington
The University of Tampa and a $56,000 Scholarship
Rollins College and a $120,000 Scholarship
University of Georgia
University of South Florida

Zach Niles:
Herkimer County Community College

Mary Clare Pikus:
Northeastern University and a $194,000 Scholarship
Binghampton University
Drexel University and a $164,400 Scholarship

Garrett Quinn:
St. John’s University
Quinnipiac University and a $64,000 Scholarship
University at Buffalo
University of Delaware
Providence College
Siena College and a $80,000 Scholarship

Michael Tagliafierro:
Elmira College and an $80,000 Scholarship
The College of Saint Rose and an $88,000 Scholarship
Le Moyne College  and a $75,000 Scholarship
University at Albany State University of New York

James Welcome:
Elmira College and an $80,000 Scholarship
Siena College  and a $94,000 Scholarship
Quinnipiac University and a $78,000 Scholarship
Saint Michael’s College and a $90,000 Scholarship
Le Moyne College and a $60,000 Scholarship
Fairfield University and a $36,000 Scholarship
Providence College