NDCL Class of 2017 Earns Nearly $16 Million in Scholarships

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NDCL’s Class of 2017 has earned nearly $16 million in scholarships and grants over the next four years from colleges and universities nationwide, Principal Mr. Joseph A. Waler proudly announced during Monday evening’s Senior Honors Ceremony.   “The scholarships offered to our seniors prove how their hard work, the professional expertise of our teachers and counselors, and the love and expectations of their parents come together to catch the attention—and the scholarship dollars—of colleges and universities nationwide,” Mr. Waler said.

The Senor Honors Ceremony recognized dozens of seniors for their scholastic and other accomplishments over the past four years, including seniors Thomas Carballada (Lyndhurst) and Brendan Hyslop (Chesterland), who earned the Top Scholar Award for having the highest grade-point averages in the class.

For exemplifying the mission of NDCL in their lives, seniors Olivia Gorom (Painesville), Stephanie Hetki (Solon), Christopher Jerme (Chardon), and Jacob Liptow (South Euclid) received the Living the Truth in Love Award. Classmates Jack Ina (Richmond Hts.) and Madeline Spicer (Aurora) were honored with the Sisters of Notre Dame Distinguished Graduate Award. Their names will be inscribed in a book of recognition at the SND Motherhouse in Rome.

Pictured In Photo: Members of the Class of 2017 celebrate with Principal Mr. Joseph A. Waler following NDCL’s Senior Honors Ceremony. With Mr. Waler are Brianna Ferdinando (Concord) (left, standing), Billy Shero (Mentor), Brendan Hyslop (Chesterland), Shannon Rossi (Chardon), Rylee Zappitelli (Concord), Olivia Gorom (Painesville), Kylie Creadon (Painesville) (kneeling, left) and Kelsey Walton (Concord).

About Notre Dame Schools

Notre Dame Schools (NDES and NDCL) are located at 13000 Auburn Road in Munson Township. Notre Dame Schools engage students from preschool through high school in an exceptional Catholic education, focused on loving, respecting, and educating all to discover and develop their God-given talents.

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