2012-03-09 / School

St. Anne’s School Boasts High School Acceptances And Scholarships

The results are in and, similar to previous years, 100 percent of St. Anne’s School eighth grade students have been accepted into Catholic high schools, ranging from Suffolk County to Manhattan. “Congratulations to all our students, teachers and parents for a job well done!” said Principal Dr. William O’Sullivan.

To date nearly 60 percent of this year’s graduation class have been awarded scholarships totaling more than $100,000. Scholarships have been granted as follows: Archbishop Molloy, one half-tuition scholarship; Chaminade, one partial tuition scholarship; Holy Trinity, three partial tuition scholarships; The Mary Louis Academy, one partial tuition scholarship; Marymount, one partial tuition scholarship; Our Lady of Mercy, one full tuition scholarship and one partial tuition scholarship; Regis, one full tuition scholarship; Sacred Heart Academy, one full tuition and one partial tuition scholarship; St. Dominic’s, three partial tuition scholarships; St. Mary’s, two half-tuition scholarships and 16 partial tuition scholarships.

Additional acceptances came from the following high schools: Holy Cross, Dominican Academy, Kellenberg, St. Anthony's and Xavier.

Congratulations to St. Anne’s School Class of 2012!

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