FOR SY2016-2017

MCS Class of 1994 scholarship now accepting applicants

Thomas Manglona II and Catherine Javier, featured above, were the first 1994 Scholarship recipients for SY2015-2016. Both assisted the MCS Class of 1994 at the annual cleanup at Maturana House of Prayer.  (Contributed Photo)

Thomas Manglona II and Catherine Javier, featured above, were the first 1994 Scholarship recipients for SY2015-2016. Both assisted the MCS Class of 1994 at the annual cleanup at Maturana House of Prayer. (Contributed Photo)

The Mount Carmel Class of 1994 is offering one scholarship for school year 2016-2017.

“The ’94 scholarship had an amazing inaugural year and I am pleased the 1994 AlumKnights are able to sustain the scholarship for the second year in a row. Thanks to the 94 class for their continued support of their alma mater,” said Galvin Deleon Guerrero, MCS president.

Last year’s recipients of the 94 Scholarship were Thomas Manglona II and Catherine Javier.

The “94 Scholarship” is open any student that is enrolled as a junior for SY2015-2016 at any school in the CNMI, and shall be a senior for SY2016-2017, is eligible to apply by answering the question, “What Makes You THE ONE?”

Essays must be an original piece in written, audio or video format. Audio or video Applicants must also have cumulative scores of 87 percent or higher; or a grade point average of 3.0 or higher; and submit a completed application form. Only electronic submissions of the essays and application forms will be accepted at mcsclassof1994@gmail.com.

According to class president, Manny Ramon, the intent of the award is to encourage more students to experience the excellent academic and catholic education offered at MCS.

“Our senior year is one of the most memorable times as a teenager and I’m hoping this student will also develop a sense of pride of being a MCS Knight as he or she complete their senior year.”

Fellow alumKnight, Richard Santos adds, “We are pleased to offer this opportunity to a student in his/her their final year at MCS. I know that I look back at my education with fond memories.”

Essays will be based on creativity, commitment to service, leadership and sense of purpose. A written essay must be at least 1994, but not more than, 2250 words. An audio or video essay must be recorded, between 5 and 9.4 minutes, and submitted via YouTube link.

The awardee will receive $1,994 toward his/her MCS school tuition. Other costs associated with enrolling and graduating are not included. Applications are due by Friday, July 15, 2016, 11:59pm Chamorro Standard Time. Interviews will be held July 16-28 and the scholarship awardee shall be notified by July 29.

General questions on the application and scholarship may be submitted via email to mcsclassof1994@gmail.com.

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