The scholarship application period is from November 1, 2018 to Friday, February 15, 2019. Late applications will be considered but will not take priority. All scholarships (with the exception of the Elijah Scholarship) are for current students only. Notification of awards will be made no later than May 1, 2019. Funds will be disbursed in the 2018-2019 academic year and are only valid for one academic year. 

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  • The Paul Joseph Salcedo Memorial Scholarship

    The recipient is of Hispanic heritage who shows an uncommon determination and generosity of heart. This scholarship is open to current juniors.   
  • The Paul Angel Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund

    (Raiser’s Edge Fund:  ANGEL)

    This scholarship was created in the memory Paul Angel Jr., graduating class of 2001. He was a member of the Crespi basketball program. His life was ended tragically in a motorcycle accident. Paul was full of life. His family and friends want him memorialized with his legacy.

    Paul entered this world “big” on August 14, 1983 weighing 8lbs 14ozs. Everything about him was giant, but mostly his love for family and friends, and his sheer enjoyment of life.  He was tall in stature measuring 6’6”, but his biggest attribute was his enormous heart.  Paul had a heart of gold; he was kind, caring and sensitive to others who had challenges. His endless smile brightened rooms and immediately made you feel at home. He was a blessing to all, and if he was in your life, you were better for it.  

    Paul thoroughly relished his years at Crespi.  He felt an immediate connection to the Crespi community from the moment he attended the open house, it was definitive where he wanted to spend the next four years.  The brotherhood between classmates, teachers, and coaches was very powerful.   The friendships, experiences and guidance he encountered helped form him into the incredible man he became.  
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  • The Peg O'Connor Memorial Scholarship Fund

    (Raiser’s Edge Fund:  PEGOC)

    Peg O’Connor was a beloved member of the Crespi community for 40 years. Please write an essay on your accountability as a student of Crespi Carmelite High School.
  • The Isabella Astar Memorial Scholarship (Merit)

    This scholarship is offered in memory of Isabella Astar, an actor and lover of the arts. The recipient will be a current student who shows special or promising talents in the arts. Only one student will receive this scholarship and will be appointed by a faculty member of the Crespi community.
  • The Luise Mandel Memorial Scholarship

    The recipient is a student who, in an essay, demonstrates knowledge, sensitivity and concern for his community through volunteer services. Recommendations by a faculty member, Campus Ministry and the Christian Service Program are required.   
  • The Herman Praszker Memorial Scholarship

    Herman Praszkar is a survivor of Nazi Holocaust prison camps. Praszkar and his wife, Sophie, wished to leave a legacy to promote understanding and tolerance. The recipient will be a current student who demonstrates, in an essay, his knowledge and sensitivity to the evils of intolerance and social injustice in the world.  
  • The Steffi I. Dutka Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship is offered in memory of Steffi I. Dutka, a lover of horses and animals. The recipient will be a current student who shows a special interest in animals in his essay. 
  • The Fr. Fred Tillotson, O. Carm. Scholarship

    Fr. Fred Tillotson, O. Carm. taught English and Journalism at Crespi Carmelite High School from 1970-1975 and served as President and Principal from 1990-1998.  Fr. Fred has established a scholarship to be awarded to a current junior.   
  • The Stephen C. Moede Scholarship

    The Stephen C. Moede Scholarship is given in the memory of the 1963 alumnus, Army veteran and retired LAPD Captain to a returning Celt who embodies the qualities of the Crespi Man and is not only a solid student, but is also highly involved in other co and extra-curricular activities. To be considered for this scholarship, please write a one-page essay addressing the way(s) you embody the characteristics of the Crespi Man. Include all activities you have been involved in during your Crespi career.
  • The Mount Carmel High School of Los Angeles Alumni Scholarship

    (Raiser’s Edge Fund:  MOUCA)

    The alumni of Mt. Carmel High School, Los Angeles, have a strong belief in Carmelite Education. In the spirit of the Carmelite Charism of service to the community, they seek to help students who are from a disadvantaged situation and would otherwise be unable to attain a Christian education in a Catholic Environment. The Mt. Carmel scholars will be those who show outstanding leadership skills, maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher, who are conscientious of the needs of the community and seek to improve it for future generations. Applicants are asked to submit an application and an essay telling the committee about their desire for a Carmelite education and how they see it will make a difference in their lives and community.
  • The Class of 1983 Memorial Scholarship Fund

    (Raiser’s Edge Fund:  CLMES)

    Crespi Carmelite High School is a unique learning institution where brotherhood is formed, developed and nurtured throughout to create a bond that lasts a lifetime. Since graduations, the Class of 1983 has lost three of their family members: Jeff Gershon, Jack Waggoner, Frank Bellamy and Dan McClendon, and in their honor has established a memorial scholarship.
  • The Parris Sorianello ’85 Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship was created in the memory of alumnus Parris Sorianello, class of 1985. 
  • The Morris Family Scholarship

    The Morris Family had four sons graduate from Crespi Carmelite High School. They offer this scholarship to students from a single parent home or a family who had a substantial change in circumstances. 
  • The Rodriguez Family Scholarship

    This scholarship is offered by the Rodriguez Family to two (2) deserving Latino students (one an incoming freshman and one returning student). Recipients will be selected by the Rodriguez Family.
  • The Coach Scott Muckey Memorial Scholarship

    Established in 2017, the Coach Scott Muckey Memorial Scholarship awards current or newly-entering Crespi Carmelite High School students who embody the characteristics of a Crespi Man. The scholarship honors the life and contributions of Coach Scott Muckey, former coach for Crespi Celts baseball program. Under Coach Muckey’s leadership, the program would go on to win 11 league titles, two Southern Section titles and have numerous players go on to play for college and professional teams. Administered by the California Community Foundation (“the Foundation”), the Coach Scott Muckey Memorial Scholarship provides one recipient annually with a one-time award to support the cost of tuition and fees to attend Crespi. The opportunity requires that you submit an application that is representative of your accomplishments, challenges you may have faced, and how you embody the characteristics of the Crespi Man. Please click here for more specific information about the scholarship and how to apply.