Class of 2021 Awarded Scholarships from RHS Scholarship Fund
Nineteen members of the Radnor High School Class of 2021 were recently named scholarship recipients by the Radnor High School Scholarship Fund. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the traditional awards ceremony scheduled for June was canceled and students received notification by mail of the awards received.
The Class of 2021 RHSSF recipients and scholarships are:
- Aiden Al-Asad (Radnor Scholarship)
- Darah Bonilla Villeda (James F. Merriman Memorial Scholarship)
- Shaohang Chen (Herle Memorial Scholarship)
- Alan Cheung (John A. DeFlaminis Leadership Scholarship)
- Jordan Dell (Arthur R. Lewis Scholarship)
- Stellarose Emery (John and Mildred Davison Memorial)
- Quentin Fulks (John C. Crosby Scholarship)
- Aiden Glanzmann (Ruth Stevens Tewksbury Scholarship)
- Mary Healy (Mary E. Lee Memorial Scholarship)
- Samiyah Irvin (Radnor Scholarship)
- Min Ji Kim* (Rotary Club of Wayne Scholarship)
- Benjamin Margaryan (Class of 1969 Scholarship)
- Jabari McKie (Garrett Hill/Ellis Dwyer/Wes Adams)
- Carlos Palma (Muriel Hopp Memorial Scholarship)
- Taelaun Rutherford (John L. Dale Memorial Scholarship)
- Philip Shin (Buck Family Scholarship)
- Morgan Usher (Class of 1962 Scholarship)
- Diana Vu (Herle Memorial Scholarship)
- Baylee Whitebread (Radnor Elementary School PTO Scholarship)
The Radnor High School Scholarship Fund was founded in 1966 to provide financial aid to deserving graduates of Radnor High School for post-high school education. Since its inception, the RHSSF has awarded over 950 scholarships totaling $2.7 million. Recipients attend a wide range of educational institutions including universities, colleges, Delaware County Community College, and schools specializing in music, art, culinary training, etc.
Students eligible for these scholarships include graduating seniors residing in Radnor Township who have attended Radnor High School for the three consecutive years prior to graduation. Applicants must also be a U.S. citizen, a Pennsylvania and Radnor resident, and be working toward a degree or certification in a post-secondary program.
Scholarships are based on financial need, extracurricular activities and community service. Grades are also a factor, but selection represents all levels of grade-point averages. Each graduating class has a specific budget available. Commitments of scholarships are made for up to four years of full-time study and continuation of support over these years is contingent upon continuing financial need, satisfactory performance (C average or better) and RHSSF's ability to fund the program.
Congratulations to this year's recipients!
- Class of 2021
- Radnor High School