St. Stan’s grads awarded $570,000 in scholarships
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Pictured from left to right are (kneeling) Daniel Murphy, Peter Kulma, Thomas 
Sanchez, (standing) Eric Butkiewicz, Amanda Vopat, Natalie Frankowski, Aleksandra Kluter, Rebekah Lopatto, and Brian Hughes.
Pictured from left to right are (kneeling) Daniel Murphy, Peter Kulma, Thomas Sanchez, (standing) Eric Butkiewicz, Amanda Vopat, Natalie Frankowski, Aleksandra Kluter, Rebekah Lopatto, and Brian Hughes.
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St. Stanislaus Kostka School in Maspeth has 33 students graduating in 2010.

“Nine students, which is almost 30 percent of them,” said Sr. Rose Torma, principal, “received academic scholarships to high schools of their choice.”

Students received $570,000 in scholarships from Regis, Msgr. McClancy, Cathedral Prep, Xavier, Dominican Academy, St. Vincent Ferrer, and Archbishop Molloy. In all, twelve full-tuition scholarships were offered.

Nick Melito, director of admissions at Msgr. McClancy High School in East Elmhurst said St. Stan’s students did extremely well on the TACHS exam.

“Students who chose Msgr. McClancy first had above 90 as an average and scored above 90 percents on the TACHS exam were offered scholarships to our school,” he said. “The St. Stan’s students did very well when you compare their scores to other schools. We are proud to offer a few graduates scholarships.”

“These academic successes indicate just how hard the teachers and students work at our school,” added Sr. Rose. “This graduating class helps continue the legacy of St. Stanislaus as a great choice for a strong Catholic elementary education for children in and around the Maspeth area.”

St. Stan’s, located on Grand Avenue at 61st Street, is now accepting registration for next year. The school has classes from pre-kindergarten through 8th grade.
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