2017 8th Grade Scholarship Competition Registration

The Delone Catholic Scholarship Competition will take place on Sunday April, 23 at 1 p.m. during the school's Spring Open House. School tours during Open House will be available from 12-3 p.m.

Regulations:
*Must be a current eighth grade student (all eighth grade students are eligible both in the Adams County deanery, and outside of the deanery. Private and public school students all eligible).
*Students interested in participating MUST register no later than Wednesday, April 19. No walk-in registrations will be accepted.
*Must choose EITHER Jeopardy-style competition, or essay competition (see below for details).
*One winner will be chosen in each of the two competitions and receive a scholarship for Delone Catholic paid out over the course of four years.
*Participants must be ready to begin the competition promptly at 1 p.m. Please arrive by 12:45 to allow time to walk to the correct classroom. No late participants will be eligible.

Details:
The Jeopardy-style game consists of the categories math, science, English, Social Studies, and Religion. The winner will be announced that day at the conclusion of the game. All questions have been analyzed by current department chairs of Delone Catholic faculty.

The essay is a choice of an “Open Letter to God” or “Why is worship an integral part of your life?” typed within 30 minutes during the event. Students may not bring any notes with them. The essay will be evaluated by former English faculty of Delone Catholic, based on rubrics utilized in Delone Catholic’s English department. The winner of the essay contest will be announced on May 1, to allow time for scoring.

Contact Ms. Katie Mahoney at kmahoney@delonecatholic.org with questions.

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