Pax et Bonum Scholars
Ten students who earn the highest scores on Trinity's placement exam will be named Pax et Bonum Scholars. Pax et Bonum Scholars receive a $3,000 scholarship for the 2017-18 school year should they apply and be accepted to Trinity.
Pax et Bonum ("Peace and All Good") was the greeting Saint Francis of Assisi extended to all persons he met. This scholarship challenges students to use their God-given intelligence and other gifts to bring peace and all good to the Trinity community and beyond. Pax et Bonum Scholarships are renewable annually, provided the recipient maintains a 3.6 grade point average and shows clear evidence of advancing the values and mission of Trinity High School.
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The Sr. Mary Illuminata Godlewski Scholarship
Having ministered on our educational campus for over 65 years, Sr. Illuminata is a true Trinity treasure and a fine example of dedication, loyalty and service. In fact, she is still involved in various aspects of school life today.
Recipients of a Sr. Mary Illuminata Godlewski Scholarship follow the example set forth by Sr. Illuminata and demonstrate extraordinary involvement in their communities. They are tasked with being a student leader – academically, socially and spiritually – for their peers at Trinity. Each year, a limited number of scholarships are awarded in honor of Sr. Illuminata’s legacy at Trinity High School. The scholarship fund is supported by the generosity of Marymount and Trinity High School graduates, as well as other members of the extended Trinity High School Family.
Students may apply for this scholarship in the fall of their eighth grade year. Recipients are awarded up to $5,000, renewable annually, when they maintain clear evidence of advancing the mission and values of Trinity High School.
Click here to download the Sr. Mary Illuminata Godlewski Scholarship application.
The deadline for submission is Friday, December 9, 2016. We recommend saving a copy of this interactive PDF to your computer before typing your responses directly in to the document.