Class of 2022 Earns $16.4 Million in Scholarships

Congratulations to the Class of 2022!

The Class of 2022 has earned $16.4 million is total scholarships. 93 graduates celebrated on Tuesday, June 8 in the Grace Danaher Performing Arts Center.

Bishop Edward Deliman presided over the ceremony and President Tom Lynch '72 was the keynote speaker.

Additional notables for the Class of 2022:
Valedictorian John Moyer
Salutatorian Claire Gutherman
- 100% college acceptance rate
- Average of 5.9 applications submitted per student

Arizona State University
Bucks County Community College
Coastal Carolina University
College of Charleston
Delaware Valley University
DeSales University
Drexel University
Duquesne University
Eastern University
Florida Atlantic University
Florida Gulf Coast University
Holy Family University
Juniata College
Kutztown University
LaSalle University
Millersville University
Ohio State University
Penn State University
Pratt MWP College of Art & Design
Rochester Institute of Technology
Shippensburg University
Slippery Rock University
Temple University
The University of Alabama
University of Miami
University of Pittsburgh
University of Rhode Island
Villanova University
West Chester University
West Virginia University
Westmoreland County Community College

Class of 2022 Earns $16.4 Million in Scholarships

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