Jesuit's Ignatius Scholars for 2018-19 (L to R): Seniors Connor Murphy and Carter Campbell, juniors Christopher Browy and Ethan Marquis, sophomore Dawson Kiser,
and freshmen Theodore Baier and Zachary Reich, with school president Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J.
The Ignatius Scholars beneath the
statue of Saint Ignatius outside the
Chapel of the Holy Cross
8 JESUIT PERSPECTIVES • WINTER 2018-19
during Convocation in the Chapel of
the Holy Cross, Jesuit High School
school's most prestigious scholarship, the
Ignatius Scholar Program.
Two students in each grade level are selected
to receive the award, which is worth half
the cost of tuition through high school. The
Matthew Tamashiro '18 (University of Florida)
and Hyoung Kim '18 (University of Notre Dame),
Students initially qualify to receive the award
an essay and letter of recommendation, and
are evaluated on the basis of character, faith,
award, and the two selected scholars in each
for all four years.
With their families in attendance, Jesuit's
• Seniors Carter Campbell and Connor Murphy
• Juniors Christopher Browy and Ethan
• Freshmen Theodore Baier and Zachary Reich
Jesuit president Fr. Richard C. Hermes,
about the positive impact the scholarship,
and attending Jesuit, has made on his life.
ars, who came up on stage with him and
After Convocation, the scholars and
their families attended a special breakfast
event in Faber Hall. There, principal Barry
Neuburger commended them, and Fr.
Hermes spoke about the amazing 16th
about their experience in becoming
In order to maintain their scholarship,
students must maintain a minimum cumulative
GPA of 4.0, complete all required
community service by the designated
dates, remain free of serious disciplinary
sanction (i.e., notice or probation), and
participate in at least one non-athletic
school club or activity.
For more information about the Ignatius Scholar
Program, contact Admissions Director Steve Matesich '91
at (813) 877-5344, ext. 715, or email admissions@
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