Vincent Black (left) and Michael Funk of St. Joseph/St. Robert School in Warrington proudly display the Neumann Scholarships they won from the Connolly Foundation, enabling them to attend all four years at an archdiocesan Catholic high school of their choice.

Vincent Black and Michael Funk of St. Joseph/St. Robert Catholic School in Warrington were awarded Neumann Scholarships Nov. 20 by the Connelly Foundation.

The two eighth grade students of the school were among only 41 across the Philadelphia Archdiocese to receive the four-year scholarships to an archdiocesan high school of their choice.

They were among some 900 students competing for the scholarships in the archdiocese.

 

 

At the Neumann Scholarship award presentation Nov. 20 at St. Joseph/St. Robert Catholic School in Warrington are, from left: Father Anthony Raymundo, parochial vicar at St. Robert Parish; Father Joseph Bordonaro, pastor of St. Joseph Parish; Neumann Scholars Vincent Black and Michael Funk; Vincent D’Andrea, school principal; Meghan Corr, scholarship counselor for the Josephine C. Connelly Achievement Awards Program; and Msgr. James Beisel, pastor of St. Robert Parish.