2020-2021 SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 

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ROUTT TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS

  UPDATED JANUARY 2020

​  Routt Catholic High School is proud to say that we have several perpetual scholarships available to our students spanning all grade levels. Each scholarship was set up independently of one another and most have specific criteria that is considered when the scholarship is awarded every year. This criteria can range from academic interests, to citizenship, to participation in extra-curricular activities. Some scholarships are need-based and require that the family complete the FACTS Grant & Aid Management Assessment. Routt encourages ALL families to submit an application online to FACTS clicking here. Some scholarships  require the student to complete an application or write an essay. Some scholarships require all three. Please reference the word document above that is specific to the grade in which your child will be in for the next academic year, and below you can navigate to each specific scholarship to see what is required and what is considered when awarding that scholarship.

The FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment must be completed by APRIL 15, 2019 for your student(s) to be considered for need-based scholarships. 

 

All Named Scholarship applications and essays must be turned into the Development Office by APRIL 15, 2020.  

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION LEGACY SCHOLARSHIP

The Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship for an incoming freshman who has at least one parent who is an alumnus/alumna of Routt Catholic High School.  (An alumnus/alumna is someone who attended or graduated from Routt.)  Students must apply for the scholarship by writing a 400-500 word essay entitled “What the tradition of Routt Catholic High School means to me.”  Essays must be turned into the Routt Development Office by deadline.  For more information see the Legacy Scholarship Cover Sheet.


ALUMNI ASSOCIATION UNIIVERSAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Alumni Association Universal Scholarship is a $700 scholarship for any incoming freshman.  Students must apply by writing a 400-500 word essay entitled “What the importance of a Christian education means to me.”  (Students with a parent who is an alumnus/alumna of Routt are eligible to apply for both Alumni Association scholarships.)  Essays must be turned into the Routt Development Office by deadline. For more information see the Universal Scholarship Cover Sheet. 

 

ANGELO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

James and Louise Angelo were lifelong farmers in Morgan County. They were members of the Church of Our Saviour, where their love and trust of the Lord gave them the strength to lead others to know God.  The Angelos were quiet and humble people who worked the ground to produce a rich harvest to feed others. They believed in the future of farming and the skills needed to care for the land. It was their hope to extend their knowledge of God and farming to the youth of our schools, giving them the opportunity to excel and to be outstanding in the field of agriculture. The scholarship was established in 2015-16, and will be awarded to a student (sophomore through senior) who is continuing his or her education at Routt Catholic High School, has demonstrated financial need, and is in good academic standing. Preference will first be given to students who show an interest in agriculture or education, but if no students meet this criteria it will be open to other students who wish to apply. Students must apply by writing a 2-3 paragraph essay that describes “The importance of living a faith-based life.” Essays must be turned into the Routt Development Office by the deadline. For more information, please see the Angelo Memorial Scholarship Cover Sheet.

 

BORDENKIRCHER LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP

The family of John J. Bordenircher established The Bordenkircher Leadership scholarship in 2018 to provide assistance to an ongoing student based on their strong academic ability and contributions to Routt through a variety of activities. This is a minimum $250 scholarship for a sophomore, junior, or senior at Routt. Selection will be based on the student's strong academic ability (3.25 GPA or higher) as well as his or her leadership, abilities, and contributions to the school. Students must apply by writing a minimum 300 word essay titled "What going to Routt Catholic High School means to me and how I contribute there". For more information, please see the Bordenkircher Leadership Scholarship Cover Sheet.

 

BORDENKIRCHER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The family of John J. Bordenircher established The Bordenkircher Memorial Scholarship in his memory in 2011 to provide assistance to a new student based on the student’s financial need and strong desire to attend Routt. The student must have a history of no major disciplinary problems, and must have a previous good academic standing of a “C” average or better.

 

BRAD SCHONE SCHOLARSHIP

The Brad Schone Scholarship was established in memory of Brad Schone by family and friends in 2010.  The scholarship for an upperclassman student who is continuing his or her education at Routt Catholic High School, has demonstrated financial need and the family has special circumstances that would benefit from extra assistance, such as illness or job loss, and demonstrates respect for others.  If there is no student whose family has special circumstances, the scholarship should be used for a student living in a single parent household.  The scholarship recipient will be chosen by the principal and the guidance counselor, or by other persons designated by the school principal if needed. 

 

CHARLIE KAUFMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The family of Charlie Kaufmann established his memorial scholarship in 2019 to commemorate his life. Charlie graduated from Routt High Shcool in 1969. Following high school, Charlie served in the United States Army. After his time serving our country, Charlie was employed at GTE for many years, and later was an owner of the Irish Toad for over 20 years. Charlie married Barbara Bergschneider in 1971 at the Church of Our Saviour and together they had five beautiful sons. Charlie had the most contagious smile, and could often be found smiling when talking about his family. He was a longtime member of the Church of Our Saviour and an avid fan of all things Routt. He never hesitated to donate time, money, or resources to help the current students. The scholarship will be awarded to a new or returning student entering their sophomore or junior year. Selection will be based on the student's financial need and priority will be given to those students who embody the true spirit of Routt. The student should have no major disciplinary problems, must show respect and concern for others, and carry an overall grade point average of C or better. 

CLASS OF 1957 SCHOLARSHIP

The Routt Class of 1957 Scholarship was established by the Routt Catholic High School Class of 1957 in celebration of their 50th class reunion.  The scholarship will be awarded to a senior who has demonstrated financial need and is in good academic standing with a C+ or above.  In addition, the recipient will have demonstrated leadership ability, campus citizenship, and high personal standards. 

 

COLLIN EVANS SCHOLARSHIP

The Collin Evans Scholarship is dedicated in loving memory of Collin Joseph Evans, class of 2002, by family and friends.  The scholarship shall be awarded to an upperclassman at Routt Catholic High School who displays an interest in any applied science or hands-on trade, be active in sports and/or other extra-curricular activities, and be attuned to the importance of the agricultural and engineering sciences in our daily lives.  In addition, the recipient must be dedicated to doing his/her personal best, be known for demonstrating a positive attitude, and be appreciated and respected by faculty and students at RCHS. 

 

DICK CASLER SCHOLARSHIP

The Dick Casler Scholarship was funded by family and friends and will be awarded to a junior who has demonstrated financial need. 

 

DRAKE AND HART SCHOLARSHIP

The Drake and Hart Scholarship was established in 2013 in memory of Bruce Drake, a 1979 Routt graduate.  The scholarship will be awarded to a family (All grade levels) who has demonstrated a financial need. 

 

EDGAR “JACK” MCGINNIS SCHOLARSHIP

The Edgar “Jack” McGinnis Scholarship was established with a charitable trust by Mr. McGinnis is 2011. The scholarship is awarded each year to any Routt student who demonstrates a financial need and is in good academic standing.

ELYNOR NERGENAH SCHOLARSHIP

The Elynor Nergenah Scholarship was founded in 2005 by Mike Magill, class of 1985.  The scholarship is awarded to a sophomore through senior level student who has financial need, demonstrates respect and concern for others, has not had major disciplinary problems, and has shown academic potential (but is not required to be at top of his/her class), especially within the English department. 

 

ENTER TO GROW/LEAVE TO SERVE SCHOLARSHIP – OPEN HOUSE DRAWING

The Enter to Grow/Leave to Serve Scholarship is an annual scholarship awarded to a student who is in attendance and participates at our Open House. All students or student’s parents who are present at the event will have their names entered into a drawing and at the end of the event, the student who is drawn will receive a $500 scholarship. 

 

FATHER KEN VENVERTLOH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Routt High School Education Foundation establishes this Fund in honor of Fr. Ken Venvertloh for his many years of service to Routt Catholic High School. The initial funding for the Fund will be established by the Foundation. The Foundation will provide an annual scholarship in the minimum amount of $5OO.OO to a Routt student. The scholarship shall be awarded to a Routt student based on an essay in the area of human rights in the political arena. The essay shall be written by applicants who are sophomores at Routt Catholic High School. The scholarship shall be awarded for the scholarship winner's junior year as a tuition credit. For more information, please see the Father Ken Venvertloh Memorial Scholarship Application.

 

HENRY HYNES SCHOLARSHIP

The Henry Hynes Scholarship was established by family, friends, and classmates in loving memory of Paul J. “Henry” Hynes, class of 1983.  It is given to a freshman entering Routt Catholic High School who is community oriented, charitable, and involved in activities and extracurricular activities.  An essay is required to be submitted to apply for this scholarship.  Essays must be turned into the Routt Development Office by deadline.  For more information see the Henry Hynes Scholarship Application.

 

J.T. HAYES SCHOLARSHIP

Family and friend of John “J.T.” Hayes have established this memorial endowment fund with the Routt High School Education Foundation in support of Routt Catholic High School. The principal of the Fund is to be distributed annually to support a scholarship to a student who has demonstrated financial need and has maintained a C average or better.

 

JILL LAWLESS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Jill Lawless Memorial scholarship was established in 2013 in memory of  Jill. This is an annual scholarship that may go to any student involved in extra-curricular activities (athletic, scholastic, or other type), who has demonstrated financial need, and has maintained a C average or better. 

 

JOE AND VIRGINIA FARRAN SCHOLARSHIP

Virginia and Joe Farran Scholarship was established by their family to honor their contributions to family, church, and community.  This scholarship will be awarded on an annual basis to a freshman entering Routt Catholic High School.  Priority in awarding this scholarship will be based on academic achievement, financial need, community involvement, Christian attitude and information provided in the application.  An application is required with a short essay.  Applications must be turned into the Routt Development Office by deadline. For more information see the Farran Scholarship Application. 

JOHN E. AND MARY ROSE DOYLE SCHOLARSHIP

The John E. and Mary Rose Doyle Scholarship was established in 2020 by James "Jim" Doyle ('77) in honor of his mother, Mary Rose, and his father, John, a 1932 Routt graduate. After graduating from Routt in 1977, Jim attended Illinois State University and then continued his education at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Some of Jim's favorite memories of attending Routt include the many friendships, dedication and support of the faculty and staff, and learning the importance of working hard. Overall he states that his time at Routt was a wonderful experience and he is happy to honor his parents in this manner. The scholarship will be awarded on an annual basis to a student requiring financial need. The recipient should be a student that has no major disciplinary problems, who shows respect and concern for others, and who carries an overall GPA of B or better (3.0 on a 4.0 scale). Special preference should be given to students coming from a single parent household or dealing with a special circumstance that may result in a single income home. 

 

LAWRENCE AND HELEN QUINLAN SCHOLARSHIPS

The Lawrence and Helen Quinlan Scholarship fund with the Routt High School Education Foundation in support of Routt Catholic High School, where they attended as well as all five of their children. The scholarship will be awarded annually to support a scholarship for up to two students who will be entering their sophomore, junior, or senior years and who have maintained a GPA of at least 3.0. The student(s) must have demonstrated above-average character and citizenship during their attendance at Routt.

 

LINDA F. DINELLI BELOBRAJDIC SCHOLARSHIP

The Linda F. Dinelli Belobrajdic Scholarship was founded through memorial gifts and by her family after her passing.  The scholarship is awarded annually to one student who has a financial need, demonstrates respect and concern for others, has no major disciplinary problems, and who has a 'C' average or better. All sophomores through seniors at RCHS for the academic year in which the scholarship will be awarded who meet the criteria listed may be considered for the scholarship. 

 

LOCKMAN FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP

The Lockman Family Scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman or sophomore at Routt Catholic High School who is a Catholic, from a single-parent household, and whose family has demonstrated financial need.  An essay on why the student wants to attend RCHS must be submitted to apply for the scholarship.  Essays must be turned into the Routt Development Office by deadline.  For more information see the Lockman Scholarship Application.

 

​MARDELLE FELLHAUER TUITION AID SCHOLARSHIP

The Fellhauer Tuition Aid Scholarship was established in 2002 by the will of Mardell (Thompson) Fellhauer, class of 1937 and is awarded to an incoming freshman who has need, has shown leadership abilities, and is involved in extra curricular activities. 

MARILYN MERRIS SCHOLARSHIP

The Marilyn Merris Scholarship was founded through memorials and the family after the passing of this beloved English teacher.  The scholarship will be awarded based on financial need to one student who will be a sophomore through senior, has demonstrated respect and concern for others, and having had no major disciplinary problems.  The recipient must have an overall grade point average of “C” or better and excel in the field of English. 

MARY ELLEN ENGLISH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Mary Ellen Lonergan English Memorial Scholarship was established in 2019 to commemorate her life. Mary Ellen graduated from Routt High School in 1934 and went on to attend Illinois College where she studied teaching. Following her time at IC she began her 30-year teaching career in the same one-room schoolhouse that she attended as a child. In 1941 after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Mary Ellen went to St. Louis and was temporarily employed in a munitions factor and later as an instructor at Scott Field radio school in Belleville. She resumed her teaching career, teaching at Literberry, Our Saviour, and Franklin schools before retiring in 1977. Mary Ellen was truly a steward of God and a light to those around her. Mary Ellen and her husband, Don, were the proud parents of six children, and could often be found supporting their children, their 13 grandchildren, and 20 great-grandchildren. She was a longtime member of the Church of Our Saviour, where she served as Sacristan and Eucharistic Minister for 20 years. She was a charter member and Past Regent of the Court of Our Saviour's Catholic Daughters of America, a member of the Altar and Rosary Society, a member of the Routt Alumni Association, and an associate member of the Springfield Dominicans. The scholarship will be awarded on an annual basis for a new or returning student entering their junior or senior year. The scholarship will be based on financial need as well as his or her strong desire to attend Routt Catholic High School.

 

MATTHEW LANGDON SCHOLARSHIP

The Matthew Langdon Scholarship was established in 2009 in memory of Matt, class of 1988, with proceeds from the annual Matt Langdon Memorial Golf Tournament.  The scholarship shall go to a student who has demonstrated financial need, has maintained a C average or better, and is involved in extra-curricular activities.  All students at RCHS are eligible for the academic year in which the scholarship will be awarded who meet the criteria listed may be considered for the scholarship. 

 

MATTHEW R. CHUMLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Matthew R. Chumley Memorial Scholarship is dedicated in loving memory of Matthew Robert Chumley in support of Routt Catholic High School. This scholarship was created by family and friends who attended the Matthew R. Chumley Free Throw Contest. This scholarship is to support a senior student who has a parent/grandparent who is an alumnus, has attended OSS K-8 and RCHS 9-11, has completed the Sacraments and participate in school Masses, and has participated in an extra-curricular activity for at least two years at RCHS. Along with an appplication, students must submit at essay which answers two fundamental questions: 1) How could you support a classmate who is struggling with a mental illness? 2) How can you bring awareness to mental health in a positive, hopeful, and pro-active way? For more information, please see the Chumley Scholarship Application.

 

MAYMIE AND JOE BERGSCHNEIDER SCHOLARSHIP

The Maymie and Joe Bergschneider Scholarship was established by their family to honor their contributions to family, church, and community.  This scholarship will be awarded on an annual basis to a freshman entering Routt Catholic High School.  Priority in awarding this scholarship will be based on academic achievement, financial need, community involvement, Christian attitude and information provided in the application.  An application is required with a short essay.  Applications must be turned into the Routt Development Office by deadline. For more information see the Bergschneider Scholarship Application. 

 

MONSIGNOR BUD SPREEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Monsignor Bud Spreen Memorial Scholarship was founded in 2005 by family and friends and will be awarded to a sophomore through junior level student who has financial need, demonstrates respect and concern for others, has had no major disciplinary problems, and has demonstrated excellence within the religion department and possesses a strong sense of their Catholic faith. 

 

NORBERT MCGINNIS/KNIGHT OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL #868 SCHOLARSHIP

The Norbert McGinnis/Knights of Columbus Council #868 Scholarship was founded to honor the memory of Norbert McGinnis, past executive secretary of the Knights of Columbus, by family, friends and members of Council #868 of the Knights of Columbus.  This scholarship will be awarded to a deserving Routt student (male or female student) to be applied towards tuition at Routt Catholic High School for their sophomore, junior, or senior year.  Criteria include the following: 1) student’s parent or grandparent must be a member of the Knights of Columbus; 2) student must have at least a 3.0 GPA; 3) student must demonstrate concern for others by turning in at least 20 documented and approved community service hours into the RCHS guidance office; 4) student must be of sound moral character and a practicing Catholic.  An application is required.  Applications must be turned into the Routt Development Office by deadline. For more information see the McGinnis/Knights of Columbus Scholarship Application. McGinnis/Knights of Columbus Scholarship Application.

 

PETER B. ORLANDINI SCHOLARSHIP

The Peter B. Orlandini Scholarship was established to honor Peter Orlandini, class of 1934, and the pride he held for his experience at Routt High School.  The scholarship will be awarded to any student who has and maintains an average grade point average and who participates in community affairs, such as social and charitable organizations and/or extra curricular activities. 

 

PLACEMENT EXAM SCHOLARSHIP

The Placement Exam Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship that is awarded annually to the incoming freshman who earns the highest score on the High School Placement Test offered at Routt Catholic High School.

 

ROBERT GARY BANGERT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The family of Robert Gary Bangert established this Memorial Scholarship.  The scholarship was established in 2015, and will be awarded to an incoming freshman or transfer student from either Bluffs or Scott County, or from a local Christian School who is continuing their education at Routt. The student must be in good academic standing and must submit a letter of recommendation from the student's pastor. 

ROSETTA MAGNER DOYLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Rosetta Magner Doyle Memorial Scholarship was established in 2019 by Rosetta's family to commemorate her life. Rosetta graduated from Routt High School in 1933. After high school, Rosetta married Joseph E. Doyle and together they had two boys, Thomas (Tom) and Edward (Ed), both of whom went on to attend Our Saviour School. Joseph tragically passed away in 1967 when Ed was still at Our Saviour and Tom was a freshman at Routt High School, but Rosetta's Catholic values and strong belief in a Catholic education resulted in both boys graduating from Routt High School in 1971 and 1974, respectively. Rosetta was an incredibly strong individual, stepping into an ownership role at Doyle Plumbing and Heating upon Joseph's death, but her friends, families, and sons worked hard to keep the business alive and well. Rosetta was proud to know that her sons carried on her belief in Catholic Education, with each of them sending their children through both Our Saviour and Routt High School. Rosetta was an avid fan of all things Routt and she never hesitated to donate time, money, or resources to help the school succeed. The scholarship will be awarded on an annual basis for a new or returning student entering their sophomore or junior year. The recipient of the scholarship should be a student that demonstrates financial need, has an excellent work ethic, and truly supports the mission of the school. The student should have no disciplinary problems, show respect and concern for others, and carry an overall grade point average of C or better

 

ROUTT BOARD OF DIRECTORS SCHOLARSHIP/EARLY REGISTRATION DRAWING

The Routt Board of Directors Scholarship is an annual scholarship awarded to a student who registers during the early registration timeframe. All students who are registered prior to the final day of early registration will have their names entered into a drawing, and the student who is drawn will receive a $500 scholarship. 

​SALLY EOFF BAPTIST LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP

The Sally Eoff Baptist Leadership Scholarship was founded through memorial gifts and softball tournaments after Sally passed away in January 2006.  The scholarship will be awarded annually to a female student graduating from Our Saviour Grade School who has demonstrated leadership abilities in the classroom and in extracurricular activities and will be applied to tuition at Routt Catholic High School. 

 

SISTER CECILIANNE DUELLO SCHOLARSHIP

The Sister Cecilianne Duello Memorial Scholarship was established in 2016 in memory of Sister Cecilianne. Her longest ministry assignment was at Our Saviour Parish where she directed the religious education program and the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults from 1995-2015. The scholarship will be awarded annually to a student who is continuing his or her education at Routt Catholic High School, has demonstrated financial need, is in good academic standing, and lives and shares their Christian values. In order to be considered for the scholarship, the applicant should submit a letter of recommendation from his/her pastor to the Development Office prior to April 15, 2020.

 

THE MOORE MEMORIAL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP

The Moore Memorial Music Scholarships were established in 2020 by Michael Moore and are dedicated in loving memory of his parents, Robert V. and Margaret (Shanahan) Moore. His father, Bob, was a lifelong Scott County farmer, and his mother, Margaret, was a 1933 Routt graduate who loved the time she spent at Routt and the friends that she made while there. The benefits of a Fine Arts education were very important to both Bob and Margaret, and their love for music was passed down to their son, Michael. Two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded on an annual basis to members of the band or choir entering their freshman through senior year. The scholarships will be awarded based on the student's financial need and a proficiency in music as determined through a letter of recommendation from the students' music instructors. The recipients should be in good academic standing, must show respect for teachers and fellow students, must show concern for others, and must not have any major disciplinary problems. 

 

​TONY GAUDIO LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP

The Tony Gaudio Leadership Scholarship was founded through memorial gifts after he passed away in 2011.  The recipient of this award will be a male student graduating from Our Saviour Grade School who has demonstrated leadership abilities in the classroom and in extracurricular activities and will be applied to his freshman year tuition at Routt Catholic High School. 

 

U.S. BANK SCHOLARSHIP

The US Bank Scholarship was established in 2013. Multiple scholarships will be awarded annually to any student(s) who has a financial need, demonstrates respect and concern for others, have no major disciplinary problems, and who has a 'C' average or better. All freshmen through seniors at RCHS who meet the criteria listed may be considered for the scholarship. 

 

​VINCE LONERGAN FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP IN MEMORY OF KEVIN CLANCY

The Vince Lonergan Family Scholarship is dedicated in loving memory of Kevin Vincent Clancy in support of Routt Catholic High School. The recipient of this award will be a returning Routt student who is a junior or senior who has at least one parent who has graduated from RCHS, has participated in an extra-curricular activity for at least 2 years at RCHS, has maintained an overall GPA of 2.0 or better, demonstrates leadership and respect/concern for others, and must have no major disciplinary problems. For more information, please see the Lonergan Scholarship Application.

WILLIAM & ELIZABETH KINDRED MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The William & Elizabeth Kindred Memorial Scholarship was initially created by Liz's husband and her three sons in 2018, and was revised after William's passing in 2019. The scholarship is specifically intended to support students who are willing to commute to jacksonville in order to attend Routt Catholic High School. Bill grew up in Morgan County and Liz lived in Waverly, IL. Bill attended Routt High School while Liz attended Sacred Heart Academy in Springfield, IL (now Sacred Heart-Griffin). The Kindred's were wed at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Franklin and went on to raise a family. Despite continuing to reside in Waverly, IL, Bill and Liz made the decision to send all three of their sons, Bill ('79), Steve ('83), and Joe ('88) to Routt, where all were extremely active with academics, athletics, and other extracurriculars. Bill and Liz were known as dedicated and loyal fans of the Rocket sports family and active members of the Church of Our Saviour. The scholarship will be awarded annually for a new or returning student entering grades sophomore, junior, or senior. The student must reside outside the Jacksonville/South Jacksonville city limits and must demonstrate financial need. Students must apply by writing a brief 150-word essay explaining the importance of the scholarship to the student application and his/her family. For more information, please see the Elizabeth Kindred Memorial Scholarship Application.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

In addition to these scholarships, several families have funded endowments to help with general tuition awards that Routt Catholic High School provides to all eligible families.  To learn more about applying for tuition awards, contact the school by calling (217) 243-8563, ext. 6, or e-mailing development@routtcatholic.com.

All Named Scholarship applications and essays must be turned into the Development Office by APRIL 15, 2020. 

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