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The Gregory Wing Memorial Scholarship
This fund was established to help assist with the cost of providing an education to our students. Gregory Wing attended and graduated from Saint Charles School. He died in the summer of 2002. His parents, who established this fund, are parishioners of St. Charles Catholic Church. The namesake of the Gregory Wing Memorial Scholarship Fund used his Christian training from Saint Charles School as a basis to live his life. Putting his life in danger while saving another, he called upon God for strength and forgiveness before he acted. He later said, “I don’t consider myself a hero. I just did what was needed to be done.” Kindergarten through Seventh grades students, who have been members of St. Charles Parish for at least one year, or have attended St. Charles School for at least one year, are eligible to apply. The amounts and number of awards are announced annually. The Monroe County Community Foundation serves as a leader in administering this scholarship. This organization encourages and facilitates philanthropy in Monroe County through attracting and administering funds to build permanent endowments for the charitable needs of the community.
 
Guire Scholarship
This competitive award is given to eighth grade students who will be attending St. Mary’s Catholic High School the following year. Eligible eighth graders must have attended Saint Charles School since at least seventh grade. The student’s family must be registered, participating, and contributing members of Saint Charles Parish. According to the Will of Iva Guire Mennig, 90% of the interest income shall be awarded annually. The recipients will be announced at eighth grade graduation.
 
Geri Antonelli Scholarship
This scholarship was established in memory of the school's past, beloved, second grade teacher who died in 2003. Saint Charles School was blessed to have "Mrs. A," as she was affectionately known to her students, served here for almost 17 years. Her love and concern for her students lives on. She truly loved her students, and they loved her.
 

Roy Sanders Scholarship
This scholarship was established to help school families with the cost of providing an education. Roy attended and graduated from Saint Charles School. His family established this scholarship in Roy's memory after his death in 2007. The Monroe County Community Foundation serves as a leader in administering this scholarship. This organization encourages and facilitates philanthropy in Monroe County through attracting and administering funds to build permanent endowments for the charitable needs of the community.