Generous benefactors have provided lasting gifts to Archbishop Curley High School through our Endowed Scholarships program.  These scholarships, often named in memory or honor of loved ones, provide financial assistance to qualified students desiring a Curley education.  These gifts represent invested funds.  When the principal balance of each scholarship reaches $25,000, money is taken from the interest earned and provided to deserving students in the form of scholarship money.

These scholarships represent the generosity of dedicated benefactors.  We honor those who provide these gifts and those for whom they are named.


The Alumni Scholarship
The Amrhein Family Scholarship
The Salvatore Aquia Memorial Wrestling Scholarship
The Baltimore City Community Scholarship
The Jeffrey T. Baynes Memorial Scholarship
The Brockmeyer & Cawley Family Scholarship
The Joseph R. and Margaret E. Citro, Sr. Memorial Scholarship
The Class of 1965 Scholarship
The Class of 1966 Scholarship
The Class of 1967 Scholarship
The Class of 1968 Scholarship
The Luciano Cristofaro Memorial Scholarship
The Nicholas A. DePalo, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
The Dohony Family Scholarship
The Earnest Family Scholarship
The France-Merrick Financial Aid Scholarship
The Franciscan Friars Scholarship
The Thomas J. Grap Memorial Scholarship
The John and Eileen Grund Scholarship
The Grzymski Family Scholarship
The Gerard E. and Constance Holthaus Scholarship
The Fr. Dennis Jaworek, OFM Conv. Memorial Scholarship
The Robert C. Jirsa Memorial Scholarship
The Lyn F. Jovan, MD Memorial Scholarship
The Saint Maximilian Kolbe Scholarship
The Fr. Julian Memorial Scholarship
The Raymond L. Kaczorowski Scholarship
The Leonard and Rose Marie Katusz Memorial Scholarship
The Lumen Christi Scholarship
The Michael G. Mann Memorial Scholarship
The Edward L. Mason, III Memorial Scholarship
The Karl L. and Margaret S. Mauck Scholarship
The Memorial Scholarship
The Mercantile Scholarship
The Meyers-Mulheran-Perry Scholarship
The Irene and Nicholas Michael Memorial Scholarship
The Frederick & Edith Muth Memorial Scholarship
The John F. Meyers Memorial Scholarship
The Coach Thomas “Pep” Perrella ’70 Scholarship Fund
The Donald W. and Patricia T. Potter Family Scholarship
The Bernie Reif Memorial Scholarship
The Roohan Family Scholarship
The Timothy J. Schultz Memorial Scholarship
The Edward Starkloff Memorial Scholarship
The Chuck Sudina Memorial Scholarship
The Tully C. Sullivan Memorial Scholarship
The Targarona Memorial Scholarship
The Coach Craig Tillman Scholarship
The Fr. Tom Walsh, OFM Conv. Memorial Scholarship
The Theodore and Bridget Weglicki Memorial Scholarship
The Scott J. Yeagy Memorial Scholarship
The John F. Zipfel Scholarship

The following scholarships are in the funding phase.  To be listed as “endowed,” the scholarship must be fully funded at $25,000.
The Timothy Brannan Memorial Scholarship
The Class of 1969 Scholarship
The Richard and JoAnn Patry Memorial Scholarship



Very often when U.S. Marines take leave of one another or sign off on a message they say Semper Fi.  It is an abbreviation of their motto Semper Fidelis which means “Always Faithful.”  In memory of the many Marines who have remained “always faithful” to God, country, the Corps, and one another, this scholarship is established for those Catholic families who have been faithful to the Catholic Church.  In addition to keeping the Ten Commandments, a faithful Catholic keeps the precepts or laws of the Church, namely:

  • Attending Mass and resting from servile labor on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation;
  • Confessing one’s sins at least once a year;
  • Receiving the Sacrament of the Eucharist at least during the Easter Season;
  • Observing the days of fast and abstinence established by the Church; and
  • Helping to provide for the needs of the Church.

The scholarship process involves the completion of an application along with supporting documents from the Parish and the Pastor that evidence a commitment by the applicant and his family to living their Catholic faith.  Essays from the parent and the student about the importance of living their Catholic faith including Mass attendance, going to confession, observing fast and abstinence days and involvement in parish organizations and activities are also included.

The scholarship award is made on an annual basis upon the application and the completion of tuition assistance forms.  A student may receive this scholarship in any year of his education and it is renewable on an annual basis.  A committee comprised of the donor and Archbishop Curley High School administration will determine the annual awards.

The Applicant is responsible for meeting the deadline of January 13, 2020 and having all related material submitted by that date.