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Bright futures for Bishop Kearney class of ‘09

Bishop Kearney’s class of 2009 is currently in the process of selecting where they will attend college, from an impressive array of schools to which they have been accepted and received scholarships.

The following seniors have received full scholarships from schools to which they have applied: Dina Aly (St. Joseph’s College); Ashley Anglade (Alma College MI, St. John’s University, Westminster College UT); Gina Auricchio (St. Francis College, St. Joseph’s College); Ruqayyah Batts (St. Joseph’s College); Allison Behette (St. John’s University, Villanova University); Courtney Clerkin (St. Joseph’s College); Gerri Connaught (CUNY Honors Academy at Brooklyn College); Bridget Dalton (CUNY Macaulay Honors College at Baruch College, St. John’s University); Julia DeLorenzo (St. John’s University); Mary Dolan (St. Joseph’s College); Joanna Emilio (St. Joseph’s College); Gina Marie Felicitato (St. Joseph’s College); Mary Frangella (CUNY Macaulay Honors College at Baruch College, St. John’s University, St. Joseph’s College); Megan Lane (St. John’s University); Connie Lee (St. Joseph College); Caitlin Manning (CUNY Baruch College); Molly Molino (Polytechnic Institute of NY, St. John’s University); Taryn Mondiello (St. Joseph’s College); Marissa Peragine (St. John’s University); Kaitlyn Sherman (St. Joseph’s College); Stephanie Thermozier (CUNY Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College, St. Joseph’s College); Erin Tierney (St. John’s University); Maria Uzzi (CUNY Macaulay Honors College at Brooklyn College); Christina Vicidomini (CUNY Macaulay Honors College at the College of Staten Island) and Jillan Warwick (St. Joseph’s College).

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