St. Gabriel Parish places a high importance on the value of Catholic education. Through the generous efforts of St. Gabriel staff members, parishioners, and sponsors we are pleased to offer scholarships in support of Catholic elementary and secondary education so that our young people may experience full immersion in a Christ-centered educational atmosphere.
Offered by St. Gabriel and due May 1:
Reverend Father Robert Pahler Scholarship
This scholarship honors the former pastor of St. Gabriel Parish and assists an eighth-grade student, whether at in the day school or PSR program, who will attend a Catholic high school. The scholarship is awarded in the amount of $500 to a student who demonstrates academic effort, commitment, performance, parish and community involvement, and financial need. The scholarship is awarded at the eighth-grade graduation ceremony.
Faculty Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was created by the St. Gabriel faculty in memory of colleagues who have passed away to assist an eighth-grade student who will attend a Catholic high school. The scholarship is awarded in the amount of $650 to a student who demonstrates academic effort, commitment, performance, and parish and community involvement. The scholarship is awarded at the eighth-grade graduation ceremony.
The Matthew J. Pohovey Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was created by Kim and Mark Pohovey's to preserve their son’s memory to assist families with genuine financial need. This scholarship is awarded to a kindergarten family in the amount of one-eighth of the annual cost of tuition and is renewed annually until the eighth-grade graduation of the child. The scholarship is awarded at the kindergarten graduation ceremony.
The Donald & Elizabeth Wiertel Scholarship
This scholarship is offered by the family of Donald and Elizabeth Wiertel to honor their parent's memory and love of CYO Athletics at St. Gabriel School. Donald was a beloved football coach who touched many lives while Elizabeth was his support and cheerleader for decades while their sons played sports. Elizabeth helped CYO become what is today serving as the SGS CYO Booster President. Two eighth grade students will be awarded this scholarship.
Catholic War Veterans Scholarship Information : please see pending note below
The Catholic War Veterans, John Paul II Post 1959, Lake County, Ohio, in the interest of furthering the education of Catholic students, has by vote of the membership, established The GEORGE ROTH SCHOLARSHIP tuition assistance program consisting of one five hundred ($500.00) scholarship at St. Gabriel School. This amount will be affected by the pandemic as fundraising efforts are impacted. Applicants are encouraged to apply, but funds may not be available, delayed and or reduced.
This following are offered by Cleveland Diocese and due March 15:
Ohio Catholic Education Scholarship, open to all
M. Thomas Moore Diocesan Scholarship, grades 1-7
Bishop's Scholarship for Excellence, grades 6,7
Martin T Galvin Scholarship Eligibility is limited to students who are Catholic, registered at a parish, and have a family member who belongs to the Lawyers Guild of the Diocese of Cleveland or a parent who is a practicing attorney in the Diocese of Cleveland.
For more information, contact: Alicia Henrikson
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Congratulations to our 2022 Recipients!
Mrs. Donna Lee Saladino STREAM Awards:
Sr. Josephmarie Being Christ Award,
Fr. Robert Pahler,
The Donald & Elizabeth Wiertel Memorial Scholarship,
Matthew J. Pohovey Memorial Scholarship,
St. Gabriel Catholic Church
9935 Johnnycake Ridge Road
Concord Township, OH 44060
School Phone: 440-352-6169
Week Day After School Hours: 440-354-7843 (until 6 pm)
Learning Loft PS Phone: 440-354-7574
St. Gabriel School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.