The purpose of the Robin and Judy Marshall Scholarship is to impact the life of one Kearney Catholic High School graduate senior each year with a significant scholarship to assist in their continuing education at a four year college or university of their choice. The $2,000 tuition scholarship will be paid directly to the four year college or university of the recipient’s choice at the beginning of the second semester of college. The college student must be full-time.
The recipient must have a 3.5 grade point average and will be selected on the criteria of progress, perseverance, determination and dedication. The recipient should have demonstrated a broad range of extra curricular involvement and leadership during their high school years. Students with a legitimate financial need will be given some priority. No member of the Marshall family is eligible to receive the scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded without regard to race, creed, and physical limitations. Interested students must submit a Robin and Judy Marshall Scholarship application and application requirements as listed.
The Sharon Franzen Memorial Scholarship was created by
Mrs. Franzen’s loving husband in her honor and dedication to her number of
years teaching and as a Counselor in the Omaha Public School System. This scholarship will award $1,000 to a KCHS
senior who plans to attend the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Criteria will include participation in extra
curricular activities while being dedicated to their high school curriculum as
well as a financial need.
This scholarship was created in loving memory of Hanny Essam
Arram and Alia Joy Arram by the Arram Family Foundation. The $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a
KCHS graduating senior who plans on attending a 4-year college, university or
community college in the fall immediately following their graduation. It will be paid directly to the educational
institution of the recipient’s choice at the beginning of the second semester
of college as long as they are a full time student. Criteria for selection is as follows: applicant must have a minimum GPA of 3.0,
have participated in extra-curricular activities as well as community
involvement, and has experienced a hardship or tragedy during their life. The recipient will be chosen based on their
attitude, perseverance, determination and passion as displayed in their
scholarship application that includes a two page summary and
For Kearney Catholic High School Junior High Student
This scholarship will be in the amount of $400 and awarded to a senior-to-be. It will be awarded to a student who demonstrates hard work, dedication, perseverance, honesty, integrity, and strong family values. The applicant must have attended KCHS for the past 3 consecutive years and maintained a 2.5 GPA. In addition, the applicant must have exhibited leadership qualities through extra curricular and community activities. Special consideration will be given to those who have held a part-time job while completing their high school education.
Established in March, 1994 through the Kearney Catholic High School Foundation
Purpose: To perpetuate the spirit of Howard “Bud” Connell through the establishment of a memorial scholarship that provides everlasting support to deserving senior-to-be students at Kearney Catholic High School.
This scholarship will be in the amount of $250 and an incoming or currently enrolled Hispanic student at KCHS. In addition, the applicant must be Catholic. The awarding of the scholarship is based on need, academic potential, and grade point average (if previously enrolled at KCHS).
In 1994, the family of Atanacio and Josephine Carranza established a scholarship fund through the Kearney Catholic High School Foundation to provide scholarship assistance to incoming or currently enrolled Hispanic students at KCHS.
Each year $250 scholarship is awarded based on the following criteria:
The Younes Family Scholarship Fund was established to recognize Jaber Younes and his family while providing ongoing financial support to incoming students at Kearney Catholic High School who need financial assistance to enroll at the school.