Students awarded Knott scholarships

Knott Scholarship Funds announced the winners of its 2008 scholarship competition, funded by the Marion Burk Knott Scholarship Fund and the Marion I. and Henry J. Knott Scholarship Fund.

The scholarships have an estimated four-year tuition value of more than $1,309,000.

The following students in grades five through eight have received four-year, full-tuition elementary scholarships covering tuition at their parish’s elementary school:

• Andrew Brannon, St. John the Evangelist School, Hydes

• Colleen Campbell, Our Lady of Grace School, Parkton

• Kevin Costello, Resurrection-St. Paul School, Ellicott City

• Michael Ehart, St. Margaret School, Bel Air

• Elizabeth Kolb, St. Louis School, Clarksville

• Evan Pham, Immaculate Conception School, Towson

• Kevin Roche, Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, Ellicott City

• Tanner Selby, Sacred Heart School, Glyndon

The following students have received four-year, full-tuition secondary scholarships:

• Portia Anderson from Monsignor Slade Catholic School, Glen Burnie, to Archbishop Spalding High School, Severn

• Rebecca Dean from Bonnie Branch Middle School, Ellicott City, to Archbishop Spalding

• Nicholas Fleming from Woodmont Academy, Cooksville, to Calvert Hall College High School, Towson

• Patrick Franks from Loyola Blakefield Middle, Towson, to Loyola Blakefield

• Julie Gillis from The Banner School, Frederick, to Mount de Sales Academy, Catonsville

• Daniel Gonzalez from St. Michael the Archangel School, Overlea, to Calvert Hall

• Laura Goudreau from St. Louis School to Archbishop Spalding

• Adam Gracia from Our Lady of Perpetual Help to Mount St. Joseph High School, Irvington

• Thomas Gruebl from St. Michael the Archangel School to Calvert Hall

• Mary Katherine Helm from Trinity School, Ellicott City, to

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