Each year, the AMLA presents scholarships to individuals who are exemplary students—who, in the fraternal spirit, dedicate themselves to achieving good grades and performing service to their community. Each year, the choice is difficult because so many qualified AMLA Members apply.
Emma Esteves is a graduate of Hathaway Brown School. She was an honors student and received the Outstanding Athlete Award. She will continue her education at Ursuline College where she will pursue a degree in the Science of Nursing.
Jonathan Celestina is a graduate of Saint Ignatius High School where he was an honors student and received the Carol Award, participated in the Chorus, Cat-a-tonics and Pallbearer Society. He will continue his education at Cleveland State University in pursuit of a Mechanical Engineering Degree.
Kayleigh Fisher graduated Summa Cum Laude from Kenston High School in 2019. She is on the President’s List at Capital University pursuing a degree in Music Education.
Maya Stupica is a graduate of Kenston High School in 2019… Yes, 2019! Maya is on a fast-paced path to a graduate degree from Capital Law School. She already graduated from Miami University of Ohio with a bachelor degree in Political Science (in 2 years!)
Anyone who applied for an AMLA Scholarship and did not receive one in this year, may resubmit the same application with their Fall grades for an AMLA Grant, which are awarded at the end of Fall Semester. Those grants are $500.