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Scholarships

Available programs

Koutsonouris Memorial Scholarship Program

Scholarship Application

The Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church will award one (1) $1,000 scholarship from the Koutsonouris Memorial Scholarship to a high school senior who is continuing his/her education at a four year college or a two college whose family is a member in good standing in the Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 520 South Ponca Street,Baltimore, Md., who meets the qualifying criteria.

The following criteria will be used in selecting the winner:

  1. Financial Need
  2. Good Character
  3. Academics
  4. Leadership in School
  5. Service to your church community

In order for your application to be processed and accepted, the following items must be enclosed in one envelope:

  1. Copy of the college or university acceptance letter.
  2. Fully completed application.
  3. Official copy of High School or College Transcripts.
  4. Recent photograph of applicant.
  5. Short Essay: The 300 word essay should explain your plan of study, ambition and career goals. Also, the essay should include a statement that qualifies you as Greek descent.
  6. Rising high school seniors or continuous higher education applicants will only be considered.

Applications are available in the church office effecitve February 1, 2016. Completed applications are due in the Saint Nicholas Church office no later than, April 17, 2016. The scholarship recipient will be notified of the results.

The scholarship award will be presented on Sunday, May 22, 2016. The recipient will be expected to be present to receive his/her award.

Application forms may be obtained from the church office during normal business hours.

The Saint Nicholas Scholarship Committee

Rev. Father Michael Pastrikos, Dino Frangos and Mary Serafis

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The Pantelis & Stergoula Karathiou-Johns Family Scholarship Fund

Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church will award one (1) $1,000 scholarship from The Pantelis & Stergoula Karathiou-Johns Family Scholarship Fund to any eligible high school senior whose family is a member in good standing in the Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and has been accepted by an accredited four year Bachelor’s degree program to a college or university or a two year Associates program at an accredited college or university.

The following criteria will be used in selecting the winner:

  1. Financial Need
  2. Good Character
  3. Academics
  4. Leadership in School
  5. Service to school and community

In order for your application to be processed and accepted, the following items must be enclosed in one envelope.

  1. Fully completed application
  2. Must provide official copy of High School or College Transcripts

  3. A recent photograph of yourself
  4. Short Essay: Please provide the reviewing committee an essay no longer than 300 words explaining your plan of study, ambition and career goals. Kindly remit a statement that qualifies you as Greek descent.
  5. Rising high school seniors or continuous higher education applicants will only be considered.
  6. Scholarship will be awarded to one student in the amount of $1,000.

Completed applications are due in the Saint Nicholas Church office no later than, Thursday, October 27, 2016.

You will be notified of the results. The award will be presented at Saint Nicholas Church on Saturday, December 10, 2016 at the Saint Nicholas Name Day Dance. All recipients will be expected to be present.

Application forms may be obtained from the church office during normal business hours.

Saint Nicholas Scholarship Committee

Rev. Father Michael Pastrikos, Dino Frangos, and Mary Serafis

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