Aug 11, 2017
FREE-REDUCED APPLICATION - SPANISH
A gift of stock is not only a great way to support SHDHS, but it may also provide you with increased tax savings (the tax aspects of charitable giving can be complex, so it’s a good idea to consult a tax professional about your personal giving strategy).
A gift of stock to SHDHS can be electronically delivered to:
IMPORTANT: To ensure that all donations are credited to SHDHS as quickly as possible, donors (or their brokers/agents) are asked to send written notification to the Diocese of Covington, Attn: Dale Henson, 1125 Madison Ave., Covington, KY 41011, [email protected]. The notice should include the following:
Your planned gift, or any major gift made as part of your overall financial and/or estate planning, is focused on St. Henry’s future financial security.
There are two primary types of planned gifts: 1) those that return income or other financial benefits to a donor in return for their contribution and 2) those that are paid out as part of a donor’s estate.
Planned giving is focused on preserving Catholic education for future generations. While these gifts may not build buildings or increase our annual fund, they can substantially increase our endowment and provide future income to St. Henry District High School.
Planned Giving is 100% focused on OUR SCHOOL’S FUTURE FINANCIAL SECURITY.
To discuss your support for St. Henry via a planned gift, don’t hesitate to contact the SHDHS Advancement Director at [email protected] or 859.525.5848 (ext. 2).
Requirements: Must be a student-athlete at SHDHSGrades: 9, 10, 11
The Dan Shea Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Dan Shea and will be awarded annually to a current SHDHS student-athlete. Dan was a devoted family man with a big heart who felt the need to give to others. Dan had a passion for sports. He coached youth baseball, high school baseball, and golf at SHDHS. He loved watching his children play sports at SHDHS, with his sons competing in baseball and basketball while his daughters participated in volleyball, basketball, and track. Mr Shea was also well known amongst students as SHDHS’s favorite substitute teacher.
The average amount awarded annually is $1,000
Grades: 8,9,10, 11
This scholarship was established by Wayne and Sylvia Hartke, class of ‘57, to promote the value of Catholic education and honor the life-long friendships they made in high school. The Hartke family has strong ties to the community (Lee Hartke Auto Body est. 1945 and Wayne Hartke with 5 Serv Pro Franchises in Northern KY). Many family members attended SHDHS. Students are selected based on financial needs and academic effort.
Requirements: Essay, ResumeGrades: 8, 9, 10, 11
This scholarship was established in memory of Nick Wilde, Class of ‘10. This award assists a student at SHDHS who has a real passion for something, whether it be a club, sport, service, academics, or other activity, is a focused competitor, and has a financial need to attend SHDHS. Recipients can be incoming freshmen through current juniors and will be selected with the assistance of the Wilde family and the SHDHS men’s soccer coaching staff.
Requirements: EssayGrade: 8
This scholarship was established in memory of Beth Wendling, Class of 2008, who died on January 12, 2005 during her freshman year from complications following surgery. This financial aid award is based on financial need and other criteria such as community service and faith leadership.
Requirements: EssayGrades: 9, 10, 11
This scholarship was established in memory of Bill Tobergte by his children and is awarded bi-annually to a current SHDHS freshman, sophomore, or junior. The award is given based on a student’s written essay, Christian behavior, extracurricular participation, and grade point average.
The average amount awarded bi-annually is $1,000
Grades: 9, 10, 11
This scholarship was established by Mr. and Mrs. Richard ’57 and Mary Kay and the Schmeing family in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter and Louise Schmeing. It is given each year to a qualifying student who maintains above-average grades.
This scholarship was established by Mr. and Mrs. Rouse to promote the value of Catholic education and honor the life-long friendships they made while in high school. Students are selected based on financial need and academic effort.
The average amount awarded annually is $1,000 to five (5) recipients (total of $5,000)
Grades: 8, 9, 10, 11
This scholarship was established in memory of Jim Paul ’75, by his wife, Patricia, and brother, Terry. Jim was killed in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center Towers in New York City on the 9/11/01. It is awarded to a student from Elsmere, where Jim grew up. The award is given based on financial need.
This scholarship. The award may either be given to a student who is currently enrolled in a Study Skills course (contingent upon financial need) or used to enhance the Study Skills program further.
Requirements: EssayGrade: 11
This scholarship was established by family members of June Kohorst Kroger, a 1943 graduate of St. Henry, to honor Mrs. Kroger’s love of all things St. Henry. Current juniors are invited to apply for this scholarship and must submit an essay describing how they, like Mrs. Kroger, have worked to exemplify our five pillars of success during their years at SHDHS.
This endowed scholarship was established by Mr. and Mrs. John and Joyce (Ruehl) ’51 Berning in 2006 to protect the future of Catholic education and assist the SHDHS families.