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Established in 2008 and funded by the St. Pius X Mothers' Club and a variety of donors, this scholarship honors this father of SPX alums Lauren '04 and Michael '08, who died suddenly in 2006.

Greg Abbott was the artistic director of DramaTech Theater at Georgia Tech, where he combined his love for theater with a passion for sports. He was a frequent volunteer at the school.

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This scholarship was established in 2002 by the St. Pius X Alumni Association. Along with a portion of the interest on the endowment, 75 percent of the proceeds raised each year from the Alumni Association's fundraisers (The George B. Maloof Alumni Classic Golf Tournament, Alumni Trivia Night, and the Finish Lion 5K & Fun Run) are awarded to alumni families who have a financial need. The remaining 25 percent of the proceeds are directed to fund the Alumni Scholarship Endowment.

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This scholarship was established in 1999 by the family and friends of Timothy Angulo '02 following his death during his freshman year at St. Pius X. It is awarded to an incoming freshman, with a preference to Christ the King School. The recipient of this need-based scholarship must be a well-rounded student, and have made significant contributions to their school community. Mr. and Mrs. Angulo hope is that it goes to a child of a large family.

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This scholarship was established in memory of Edward Barnsley '90 by his mother and sister after his tragic death in 1991. There are two scholarships given in his name.

The first scholarship was created to reward a student who is an advocate for environmental needs through work on this campus and in his/her personal life. The second is awarded to an entering freshman who is in great need of financial assistance.

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This scholarship was established by the classmates, family, and friends of Mikel Bergmann '79. Mikel served as a mathematics teacher and coach at St. Pius X from 1989 until his death in 1992. He was known for his quiet diligence, commitment, respect, and understanding for his students.

This award is given to two students who exemplify the very same attributes.

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Byron and his wife Lou were parents of five St. Pius X graduates: Sue Bickes Kranyecz '68, Joanne Bickes Flanagan '69, Kathy Bickes Rice '72, Tom Bickes '74, James Bickes '78, and grandparents of: Christy Rice '98, Jessica Bickes Clayton '99, Gene Rice '01, Mandi Bickes '04, TJ Bickes '11, and Anne Caroline Bickes '13.

Established in Byron's memory by his family, this scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman whose family is in need of financial support. The recommended student must have already left an active legacy of involvement at his/her middle school and continue this level of involvement in both sports and academics in the St. Pius X community.

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This fund was established by alumni Tom and May May Bindewald Bickes '74 & '75 in 2015. It is to be used for professional development for St. Pius X faculty.

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This scholarship was established in 1996 by Mrs. Catherine Brisbane in honor of her husband, the father of Mr. Gene Brisbane of the St. Pius X Math Department.

This award is given to an incoming freshman who is outstanding in both academics and service to the St. Pius X community.

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This scholarship was established in 1999 by Mrs. Catherine Brisbane in honor of her two sons. Gene Brisbane was a math teacher and coach at St. Joseph High School prior to its closing in 1976 and a current mathematics teacher at St. Pius X.

This award is given to a student who exemplifies the mission of St. Pius X Catholic High School.

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Established in 2007 by an anonymous donor, this scholarship honors Bob Buechner, father of seven St. Pius X graduates: David '73, Linda '74, Thomas '76, Michael '77, Laura '79, Robert Jr. '81, and Christopher '87.

The scholarship is given to a capable student who is unable to afford full tuition.

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Established in 2003 by the Holy Cross Council of the Knights of Columbus, this scholarship honors Harry Burns, a Holy Cross Parishioner and longtime member of the Knights of Columbus.

The scholarship is given to a positive and enthusiastic student who has an all-around excellent attitude and who is willing to help wherever needed. The student need not be the most excellent scholar or athlete, but he/she should exercise service to the community.

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This scholarship was established in 1999 by the Callahan family after Mary Byrne's death from cancer. Mrs. Callahan was a part of St. Pius X from 1968 until her death. She was the mother of nine graduates, and grandmother to others. She served this school, along with her husband Bob, as president of the Home and School Association, chaired St. Pius' first school development fund, and volunteered for numerous other jobs on campus. Along with this scholarship, the gift also helped fund the new floor in the game gym, supplemented the tuition assistance fund, and helped establish a professional development fund for teachers.

The scholarship is given to incoming freshmen who have shown academic excellence, have financial need, and have expressed an interest in participating in athletics.

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Established in 2000 by an anonymous donor, this scholarship honors Richard W. Clements. This scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman once every four years. Should the individual student remain in good standing at St. Pius X, the scholarship renews each year until she/he graduates. It is then awarded again to another incoming freshman.

The scholarship honors a student who has deep personal faith and spiritual depth and whose actions exemplify the Gospel values.

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Established in 2009 by Mrs. Sheila Collins, former volunteer and current St. Pius X employee, this memorial scholarship honors her late husband, Mr. Edwin Collins Sr. A beloved husband and friend, “Big Ed” was the father of four St. Pius X graduates (Kathleen '84, Sheila '86, Ed '90, Maureen '97) and was a long time St. Pius X supporter.

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This scholarship was established in 2011 by Linda Conrads '70 and Nancy Conrads Pendergast '72 to honor their parents Jinny and Jim Conrads. Wanting to continue the tradition of financial support to St. Pius X established by their parents, it is their desire to keep their parent's legacy alive by establishing this endowment.

The Jinny and Jim Conrads Scholarship is to be awarded to deserving students in financial need. When possible, preference should be given to students with physical or learning disabilities.

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This fund, held at the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia was established in 2015 in honor of Ann Crawford by her husband, John Crawford and their daughter Katherine Crawford '10. The fund will provide scholarships to students with need at St. Pius X.

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Established by his family and named in honor of the second Archbishop of Atlanta, this award is given to students of the performing arts for advanced study during the summer. Archbishop Donnellan served the Archdiocese from 1968 until 1987, during which time, he encouraged the growth of the St. Pius X fine arts program.

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This scholarship was established in 2000 by Craig and Rebecca DuVall in honor of their son Kevin Craig DuVall following his death in 1995. Kevin was an excellent student who made straight A's and received Principal's List recognition at St. Pius X.

In Kevin's memory, this scholarship is given to the rising sophomore who displays not only academic success in mathematics and science, but who exemplifies what is most important in the study of the sciences—a curiosity about the world and a great love and excitement for the study of these subjects.

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This scholarship was established in 1988 by Pamela Faletti Barker and Paul Faletti in honor of their mother, Mrs. Mary B. Faletti. This scholarship was endowed in memory of their mother's love for St. Pius and her involvement with parent organizations in the 1960's. It is awarded to an outstanding freshman scholar.

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Held at the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia, this fund was established in 2016 by Martin and Jennifer Flanagan, parents of two St. Pius X alumni, to provide enrichment opportunities for faculty, staff, and students. The fund is designed to encourage teachers to take their classes on pilgrimages, field trips, or out of classroom experiences that will engage the students in local arts, events, and learning experiences. 

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This scholarship was established in 1998 by the family and friends of Julian Fletcher after his death in 1997. Julian was a parent of two St. Pius students, Elizabeth '91 (Pyles) and Kathryn '94 (Moran). He and his wife Cheryl were very active in the early years of the Campus Ministry program, hosting Pius students in their home for group spiritual enrichment meetings.

This scholarship has continued to be funded through the Julian Fletcher Fun Run organized by Mike Athans and Sally Potts '83.
It is awarded to a student who lives the principles of Christianity and good citizenship at St. Pius X.

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This scholarship was established by Brad's family after his death in 2012. Brad was a four-year member of the football team and known for his personal qualities of kindness and quiet confidence. He was also known as a loyol teammate and consummate team player.

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This scholarship was established by Meredith and Pepper Gay in memory of their brother Brad Gay '07, who supported their softball careers for many years. This award is to be given to a student-athlete who is a person of high integrity and who exhibits hard work, determination, and leadership qualities.

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The family and friends of Margaret Soulen Gilbert established this scholarship in her memory. Margaret passed away in 2009 after a courageous battle with breast cancer. Her many roles in the St. Pius X community included acting as swimming and diving coach, being the wife of teacher and coach Mr. Robert (Bob) Gilbert, and mother of four beautiful daughters. A former collegiate swimmer, she passed her love of swimming to countless young people through her coaching career. The memory of this wonderful woman will be kept alive through her memorial scholarship endowment.

This scholarship will be given to deserving students who exhibit strong faith and commitment to their faith, family and school.

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Established in 1998 through a gift from the Roberto C. Goizueta Foundation and further endowed through gifts in 2000 and 2004, this scholarship is given for the Catholic education of Hispanic students.

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Established and endowed by Mr. and Mrs. James Modak in 2012, this scholarship honors the Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart who served the Diocese and Archdiocese of Atlanta beginning in 1937 until 2010. The Grey Nuns taught at Christ the King, Immaculate Heart of Mary, St. Jude the Apostle, and St. John Neumann elementary schools in addition to their time at St. Pius X Catholic High School. The Grey Nuns were one of the four founding orders of nuns here at St. Pius X and served the school for many years. Their mission statement: "We will collaborate with one another and with other groups and individuals to increase the influence of God's love within our world."

The preferred candidates for this scholarship should be drawn from the aforementioned Catholic elementary schools where the Grey Nuns taught in the Atlanta area. The candidates chosen should exhibit an interest in history or social studies, as well as exemplify good citizenship and a desire to serve others.

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Established by the family and friends of Jesse J. Griffin after his sudden death in December 1997, this scholarship is given to a student who exemplifies determination, pride, and spirit—a person who is a team player. The scholarship need not be awarded to an academic leader or the best athlete.

The Griffin's three daughters, Katie '99, Molly '01, and Susanne '03 attended St. Pius X, and Jesse's wife, Susan, was great supporter of the school and volunteered at numerous activities at St. Pius X.

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Established by her family in 1993, this scholarship honors Holly Gulesserian. A member of the Class of 1992, Holly struggled with illness and heart disease throughout her four years at St. Pius. After her death in 1993, Holly's family established this scholarship in her honor.

This award is given to a student who, like Holly, displays the qualities of patience, courage, faith and outstanding kindness.

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Funded by the Home & School Association until 2007, this scholarship was fully endowed in that year.

This scholarship is awarded to a student who exhibits leadership and a willingness to make contributions to the community.

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This scholarship was established in 1998 by Mrs. Charlotte Vogel of the Science Department and her family in honor of her father at the time of his death.

This award is given to a sophomore who displays responsibility, dedication to studies, and a love for learning.

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Initiated by son Kevin '77, this scholarship honors Mrs. Eleanor J. Kennedy, mother of four St. Pius X graduates: Mark Kennedy '68, Jackie Kennedy Morgan '69, Barbara Kennedy '74, and Kevin Kennedy '77. This scholarship was established after her death in 1996.

This scholarship is awarded to a sophomore student who combines a deep faith commitment with academic excellence in religion.

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Established by St. Pius X alumni Jeff Lane '73 in honor of his wife, 2016 Distinguished Alumni award honoree Molly Messner Lane '74. This scholarship is held at the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia and will benefit female student-athletes.

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This scholarship was established in 1998 in honor of Monsignor Richard Lopez by friends and former students on the 25th anniversary of his Ordination. Msgr. Lopez is a beloved religion teacher and spiritual mentor who began teaching at St. Pius X in 1982.

This award is given to a junior who exemplifies the values of hard work, caring, and respect for life.

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This scholarship was established at the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia to supplement the income of a superior classroom teacher in order to recognize the importance of classroom teaching.

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The McCarthy Cahill Scholarship is to be awarded to deserving children of the faculty at St. Pius X with priority to families with more than one child enrolled, in memory of the lifelong commitment to Catholic education of the McCarthy and Cahill families.

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This scholarship was established in 1993 by members of the Class of 1966 in memory of their classmate, Garry McDonough who passed away in 1980.

This award is given to two students who, like Garry, exhibit a high degree of sportsmanship and who are involved in many aspects of student life.

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Established in 2003 and endowed by the Mothers' Club and other donors, this scholarship honors a St. Pius X alumna and mother whose devotion to St. Pius was exemplified by her unbounded enthusiasm and tireless volunteerism for the school. The scholarship is given to a well-rounded junior who has demonstrated outstanding enthusiasm, commitment, and devotion to St. Pius through service to the school and participation in a wide range of school activities.

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Established in 2014 by the Miller family in honor of Walt and Jane Miller, parents of five St. Pius X graduates (Melanie Miller Wall '82, Valerie Miller Maloof '85, Lisa Miller McCarthy '87, Holly Miller Emberson '90, and Lee Miller '97).  This scholarship honors Walt for his tireless acts of service for St. Pius X for over 30 years and Jane's devotion to raising her children and demonstrating the blessings that come from working hard.  This scholarship is awarded to a deserving junior student who has proven a commitment to service and who possesses a strong character and work ethic.

 

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The Brooks Montgomery Scholarship Fund was established by classmates, family, and friends of the 1972 graduate on the thirtieth anniversary of his death. Lt. Alexander Brooks Montgomery, Jr. lost his life in the service of his country on February 20, 1981, leaving behind his two siblings Lisa '73 and Robert '77. He attended Auburn University on a Navy ROTC Scholarship and graduated in 1976. In his honor, the Class of 1972 presented St. Pius X with a flag display and plaque which will inaugurate the Alumni Wall of Honor. This wall recognizes the ultimate sacrifice Brooks and other military alumni make while serving our country.

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Named for Elizabeth Mary Novack, this scholarship was founded in 1999 by Tom and Joanne Novack in honor of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Novack have been active volunteers at St. Pius X for many years.

This scholarship is awarded to an athlete who excels both on the playing field and in the classroom. Mr. Novack expressed a desire that this scholarship be given to the child in a single parent household who is in need of tuition assistance.

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This scholarship was established in 2005 by Paul Ollinger '87, Patricia Ollinger Wieler '84, Claire Ollinger Rohlen '89, Cole Ollinger '85, in honor of their parents Bea and Bill Ollinger. This scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who has financial need.

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This scholarship was established in 1977 by the faculty and friends of Mrs. Betty Patrick, beloved English teacher who taught at St. Pius X from 1972 to 1976 and was very instrumental in helping freshmen rise to meet their academic abilities.

This award is given to a current freshman who has made the greatest academic progress.

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Established in 2015 by Mike and Susan Petrik, parents of Michael Petrik '00 and Stephanie Boyea '04, this fund benefits the general mission of St. Pius X.

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Established in 2000 through the gift of an anonymous donor, this award is given to support the Catholic education of minority students.

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This scholarship was established in 2009 by Mrs. Pat Reiley, after her husband's passing. Mrs. Reiley was involved in the St. Pius X community for over 30 years as both a volunteer and employee. This memorial fund honors Mr. Gene Reilly, Jr., who was a loving husband and father of four St. Pius alumni (Trish '81, Terri '83, Gene '85, and Peter '98), and a faithful supporter of the school's mission.

This scholarship is to be awarded to a student athlete who exemplifies the St. Pius X Catholic High School ideals of pride, integrity, unity, and sacrifice. The recipient will exhibit a high degree of sportsmanship, defined as fairness, ethics, and respect resulting in a sense of fellowship with his/her teammates and opponents.

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This scholarship was established in June of 2000 to honor St. Pius X's sixth principal after his departure from St. Pius X to assume the Secretary for Education position at the Atlanta Archdiocesan office.

This scholarship was made possible through the gifts of numerous donors. The proceeds from this endowment are awarded to all children of faculty and staff who are to be students at St. Pius X in the coming school year.

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This scholarship is named Mr. George Sattele, who taught mathematics and coached at St. Pius X from 1970 until 1984. Mr. Sattele died in 1991 and his family endowed this scholarship in 1997. He had several family members attend St. Pius X, including three nieces and a nephew: Goergia '84, Ron '86, Lea '87, and Gerri '98.

This scholarship is awarded to an entering freshman who exhibits an outstanding aptitude for mathematics.

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This scholarship was established by Stephen's family after his death in 1996. His wife Terry was an active volunteer and later became an employee at the school. Their sons Curtis '94 and Marty '96 were student athletes at St. Pius X. Stephen was a great supporter of his sons and St. Pius.

This award honors a student who displays the qualities that this father possessed—faith and hard work despite difficulties.

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The goal of this scholarship is to have each succeeding class make donations towards this fund.  This fund was originally inspired by Monsignor Richard Lopez, who suggested that there should be a scholarship dedicated to deserving minority students - particularly Hispanic students who may be unable to afford tuition.

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Established by David Wallace '63 shortly after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington D.C., this scholarship honors those whose lives were forever changed by the tragedy.

The scholarship awards a student who demonstrates a high level of commitment to the preservation of the principles and ideals of the United States of America who displays a high degree of patriotism.

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Established in 2008 by Donald D. Stone, father of three St. Pius X graduates, this scholarship was created in honor of current principal, Mr. Steve Spellman. It is awarded to a capable student who is unable to afford tuition.

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Established in 2000 by Terry and Margaret Stent, the parents of St. Pius X graduate Suzanne Stent Hartigan '82, this scholarship is awarded to a student who is interested in graphic arts.

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Endowed in 1997 by an anonymous donor, this renewable scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman who has a strong academic record and has been involved in his/her Catholic elementary school.

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This scholarship was established in 1982 with money raised as part of a larger Archdiocese of Atlanta capital campaign.

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This scholarship endowment was established in 2010 by Tom and Mary Anne Mall, grandparents of Jessica Mall '13.  Tom Mall, a Notre Dame graduate is keenly interested in assisting St. Pius X graduates attend his alma mater.  This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior who has been accepted and plans to attend The University of Notre Dame.

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This scholarship was established by the family and friends of Catherine Todd following her death in 1995. It is awarded to students who display the qualities that this mother of four St. Pius X alumnae (Jenniffer '94, Jacqueline '95, Jessica '97, and Jillian '01) possessed - living by faith, compassion toward others, true love of life, and outstanding service in the community. Cathy's strong love and support of her children and St. Pius X was evident in everything she did.

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Established in 2009 by Terry Trotochaud '64 and his wife Jeanie, this scholarship honors Terry's parents, Ed and Berniece, who were well aware of the sacrifices and the blessings that come with sending children to Catholic school. All 10 of the Trotochaud children and a number of their grandchildren graduated from St. Pius X.

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This scholarship was established in 1982 in honor of Ruth Tweed '81, shortly after her tragic death. Ruth was an exceptional artist and much of her time at St. Pius X was spent in the art room.

This award is given to a student who excels in the visual arts program.

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Established in 1996 by David Wallace '63, this award is given annually to an incoming freshman from a Catholic elementary school and offers renewal each year. It rewards student academic excellence and a willingness to make sacrifices for the good of themselves and their families.

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Established in 1998 by Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, this award is given to a student who works hard to attain success, shows character, and has an outgoing personality.

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This scholarship was established in 1999 by Gary and Bonnie Wolf and their family and friends in honor of their son Wes, a 1997 St. Pius X graduate, after his death in 1999. Wes's three brothers Whitney '01, Warner '04, and William '06 also attended St. Pius X.

The award is given to an individual who combines deep faith with exceptional perseverance, hard work, and dedication in both extracurricular activities and academics.

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Established in 2008 by Mr. Jerry Woods, in honor of his wife, Mrs. Kathi Woods, this scholarship honors her 33 years of dedicated service as a counselor, teacher, coach, and leader at St. Pius X. This award is given annually to an outstanding performer in the Study Support program.

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Established in the name of St. Pius' fifth principal who served from 1976-1991, this scholarship is awarded to a sophomore who displays excellence in academics, involvement in school activities, and service.

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