Stephen J. Faralli Scholarship Fund

NOTE: This award is available to students every four years, starting in 2019. The next award cycle will be available in 2023.

The Stephen J. Faralli Scholarship Fund is named in memory of Stephen J. Faralli who passed away suddenly in 2016 at the age of 58. Stephen was born in Philadelphia, PA in 1958 and attended high school at Malvern Preparatory School. He attended college at Drexel University, graduating with honors in 1980 with a BS in Business Administration. He went on to become a successful businessman who continuously exhibited the highest level of personal and professional integrity. At the time of his death, Stephen was president of The Arthur Jackson Company in Upper Darby, PA, the largest privately owned building maintenance company in the Delaware Valley. This fund was established in 2018 by Stephen’s family to honor his memory.

This award is intended to provide financial support to high school seniors who are residents of Delaware County or Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and who attend a public school, and who lost a parent. Eligible applicants are biological children, adopted children, and stepchildren. In order to apply, students must have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or above in high school, have a financial need, and intend to pursue a 4-year degree at a college or university.

To be considered for this award, submit this application between January 15, 2023 and March 15. 2023. Applicants will be notified in May 2023.

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Award
6,000
Deadline
03/15/2023
Supplemental Questions
  1. Are you a high school senior and a resident of Montgomery or Delaware County in Pennsylvania?
  2. Do you attend a public high school?
  3. Did you achieve a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or above in high school?
  4. Do you plan to attend a college or university to pursue a 4-year degree?
  5. Has one of your biological, adopted or step parents passed away?
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