Notre Dame Academy Class of 2009 earns more than $13.5M in awards


Notre Dame Academy’s Class of 2009 graduates were one of the top performing graduating classes in
Northwest Ohio, earning more than $13.5 million in college awards. Seventy-eight percent of the
graduates who earned an award could use it at the college or university of their choice. In addition,
the Class of 2009 volunteered more than 11,000 hours throughout the community and through their work in
The following is a listing of Wood County graduates who secured an award to the college of their choice.

Kathryn Grilliot, Bowling Green, will attend Bowling Green State University. She received a $1,500
renewable BGSU Founders Scholarship.
Chalie O’Brien, Bowling Green, will attend Capital University. She received an $8,000 renewable
Presidential Scholarship, $1,000 renewable Lutheran Heritage Award, and $3,900 renewable Capital Award.

Alaina Veluscek, Rossford, will attend Miami University. She received a $2,750 renewable Miami Grant, and
$2,500 renewable Mary Louise Scroth McGuffey Scholarship.
Mary Funke, Perrysburg, plans to attend High Point University in North Carolina. She received a $24,000
renewable Keller Scholarship, and a $1,000 Study Abroad award.
Molly Keller, Perrysburg, will attend DePauw University, which offered her a $10,000 renewable Old Gold
Nicole Maher, Perrysburg, will attend Ohio State University. She received a $2,700 renewable Maximus
Scholarship, a Project Love Vedem student leadership award, and $1,000 renewable Con-way Inc.
Taylour Rogers, Perrysburg, plans to attend George Washington University, where she received a $16,000
renewable George Washington Guaranteed Award, and a $2,400 renewable Alumni Award.
Angela Seifert, Perrysburg, will attend the University of Findlay. She received a $2,500 renewable UF
Scholarship, and $14,000 renewable Trustees’ Scholarship.
Elizabeth Young, Perrysburg, plans to enroll at the University of Denver. She received an $18,000
renewable Chancellor’s Achievement Scholarship.
Virginia Dionisio, Northwood, will attend Kent State University. She received a $3,000 renewable Trustee

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