Braintree Youths Awarded Scholarships to BC High

Mrs. Centeio, Tyler, Kai Correira
Mrs. Centeio, Tyler, Kai Correira

William J. Kemeza, President of Boston College High School, is pleased to announce that the following Braintree boys Kevin Alessi,  Tyler Centeio, Nicholas Dodge and Paul Donahoe, eighth graders at South Middle School, Aidan Mulvoy and Patrick Sexton of Sacret Heart School, Weymouth, Ned Saliba of Derby Academy, Hingham and Samuel Yuen of St. Agatha School Milton, have been named recipients of Boston College High School Academic Merit Scholarships.

Each year, Boston College High School awards over $1.7 million in scholarship and financial aid to qualified students from all four-class years.

The scholarships were awarded to students from a diverse and highly competitive applicant pool to the BC High class of 2018. The eight students were selected based on their outstanding work on the entrance examination, recommendations from teachers and their distinguished academic performance at their schools.

“We have carefully selected the most qualified young men from a highly competitive applicant pool to become part of BC High’s 150-year tradition of academic excellence, character development and service to others,” said President Kemeza.

“At BC High, they will be challenged in a nurturing and supportive environment and will graduate as leaders marked by competence, conscience and compassion; leaders who will engage our Church and our world.”

Boston College High School is a Jesuit, Catholic, college-preparatory school for young men in grades 7 to 12. Founded in 1863, the school enrolls approximately 1,600 students from more than 140 communities in eastern Massachusetts. For more http://www.bchigh.edu


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