Andrew Erker Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is named for and established in memory of Andrew Erker, a 2004 graduate of Saint Thomas Aquinas. This scholarship assists students who exhibit the qualities that Andrew was most known for: friendship, perseverance, and reaching the full potential of his abilities.
Anita & Tim Link Faith & Reason
This Scholarship was established to recognize students who exhibit generosity toward others and genuinely support those around them while also possessing high academic achievement qualities.
Bill and Peggy Ford Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to families who want their child to continue a Catholic Education and show financial need.
Faith into Service Award
Awarded to an incoming freshman who faithfully represents their parish, school, and community through dedication and generosity through charitable service actions.
George Jansen Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is named for and established in the memory of a longtime supporter of Saint Thomas Aquinas High School, George Jansen. Mr. Jansen was an enthusiastic presence at many events, even before his three children graduated. This scholarship will go to a young person who supports their classmates in all that they do.
Hap Kelly Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of parent and Board of Trustees member Mr. Hap Kelly, this scholarship is awarded to one incoming freshman who represents values and experience in service, achievement, and character.
Janet Koch Memorial Scholarship
The purpose of the Janet Koch Memorial Scholarship Fund, established in memory of Saint’s parent Janet Koch, is to provide annual scholarships for young women to attend Saint Thomas Aquinas High School as a means to achieve their dreams. As a tribute to Janet's enthusiasm for athletics and activities, candidates will be young women for whom extracurricular activities --- whether music or athletics, leadership roles or drama -- are a significant part of their lives.
John W. Farmer Memorial Scholarship
John Farmer was a freshman at Saint Thomas Aquinas when he was stricken with a brain aneurysm in January 1997. Established in memory of John W. Farmer, this scholarship is designed to recognize a student who demonstrates concern for others, has a positive outlook, and shows friendship to all…the one about whom all would say, ‘He is my friend.’ The candidate is someone who tries hard, has character, embraces challenges, and lives life to its fullest.”
Judy Frankovic St. Catherine of Bologna Scholarship
This scholarship is named in honor of Judy Frankovic, a teacher at Saint Thomas Aquinas High School, for 25 years. It is given to a young person who has shown a love for and an emerging talent in the Visual Arts.
Kyle Ernst Foundation Scholarship
Designed for the recipient who gives 100% towards school, shows leadership both in school and extracurricular activities, is outgoing, supportive, and an enjoyable classmate shows kindness to others, is a good friend to all, and lives his or her faith every day.
Morrissey Education Fund
This award is established to assist one student from any grade level each school year who shows financial need. Eligible students must complete the application and demonstrate financial need.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Lamont, Sr. Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Charles Lamont's parents, Director of Special Services at Saint Thomas Aquinas. The scholarship is awarded to a student who exhibits the qualities of hard work and perseverance in the classroom to reach goals. Alice and Charlie Lamont received 12 years of Catholic education in the Archdiocese of New York. They sacrificed to send their three children to Catholic schools and had a steadfast belief in Catholic schools.
Tim Lillis Memorial Scholarship
The purpose of the Tim Lillis Memorial Scholarship Fund, established in memory of Saints faculty member Tim Lillis, is to provide scholarships for young men to attend Saint Thomas Aquinas High School as an avenue to achieve their dreams. As a tribute to Tim’s enthusiasm for athletics and activities, candidates will be young men
for whom extracurricular activities are a significant part of their lives.
Three-H Scholar Award
This recognition acknowledges a student's unique attributes who juggle the rigorous academics at Saint Thomas Aquinas, specifically in math, while excelling in the Performing Arts. The donor recognizes the challenges for students to think creatively while scheduling classes. The scholarship is awarded to a rising senior who has chosen to incorporate Performing Arts in their curriculum since arriving at Saint Thomas Aquinas (either a freshman or transfer student.) This student shall have maintained academic progress, represented the Core Values of Saint Thomas Aquinas, and whose family may exhibit financial need for tuition assistance.