Several high schools release names of Bloustein Scholars

Several Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Camden released the names this week of students who have received the Edward J. Bloustein Distinguished Scholar Award for academic excellence.

The Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA), an independent agency of the State of New Jersey, administers the Garden State Scholarship Program, which includes the Edward J. Bloustein Distinguished Scholar and Urban Scholar awards. Each year, more than 7,000 students statewide receive scholarships in recognition of their high level of academic achievement.  Students may use these awards to continue their education at New Jersey institutions of higher education.

At Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill:

Joseph Franz, Michele Johnston, Stephanie Kimble, Shannon Gringell, Luke Modzier, Sara Siegler, Jun Ho Chang, Tim Goetz, Ngoc Vu,  Annania Melaku and James Bloss

At Paul VI, Haddon Township:

Rachel Albert, Ronald Bartnikowski, Maura Boligitz, Matthew Brazier, Nicole Brooks, Jillian Gaetano, Aileen Gallagher, Jenna Hoffman, Brian Johnston, Colleen Nauss, Jennifer Ryan, Kimberly Urie and Amanda Woodward

At St. Joseph, Hammonton:

Alexandra Aloia, Nicole DelGiorno, Sarah Nilson, Diana Seifritz, Molly Spadaro and Laura VillaMil

At Gloucester Catholic, Gloucester City:

Bridget Williams, Patrick McHenry, Mary Kate McBride, Joseph Lafferty, Kelsey McIntyre, Rollie Malfitano and Laura Reilly

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