Support Spalding's Scholarships: 
Contributing to one of Spalding's Scholarship Funds (listed along the left-hand side of this page) holds immeasurable power in shaping the future of our students. By supporting these established funds, you're not just providing financial assistance; you're nurturing dreams, enabling aspirations, and creating opportunities that will impact lives for years to come. Your generosity directly fuels the educational journey of deserving students, ensuring that their potential isn't hindered by financial constraints.

Join us in continuing this legacy of support, empowering these young minds to reach their full potential and make their mark on the world. Your investment in our endowed scholarships at Spalding High School is an investment in the leaders, innovators, and change-makers of tomorrow. 

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  • Alumni Scholarship

    Current Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors may apply who have an immediate family member who is a graduate of Spalding.  Candidates must possess a minimum 3.0 non-weighted GPA.  Students must also show evidence of community service to the school, which includes participation in clubs, activities, or other volunteer work to the school.
  • Andrew Eser Scholarship

    Andrew Eser was considered a quiet leader with a solid work ethic on the field and in the classroom.  He was a volunteer counselor and coach for the Special Olympics.  Andy, a two-way end in football and second team All-Country goalie on a championship lacrosse team, was being recruited by all the Ivy League Schools. Andy was a hard worker and a special person who others looked up to as a leader.  It wasn't uncommon to see Andy in his cowboy hat, sunglasses and rolled up sleeves driving his car with the sounds of Pink Floyd or Bob Seger.  Please visit his informational sign just down from the Sage. Recipients of this award are leaders both in the classroom and on the field of play.
  • Captain John Graziano Scholarship

    Captain Graziano ‘08 was a member of the basketball, cross country and track and field teams.  He was a decorated T - 38c instructor pilot at Laughlin Airforce Base in Texas.  As an instructor pilot he flew 1010 sorties, amassing 1130 hours, contributing to the graduation of 306 pilots.  At the time of his death, Captain Graziano had just been selected for follow on training on the F-16. Like the Love scholarship, recipients of this award must also have a love for their school and embody the mission of “One in Christ".
  • Coach Mike Whittles “Make Everyday Count” Scholarship

    The Coach Mike Whittles “Make Everyday Count” scholarship is given in honor of a beloved member of Spalding’s faculty and staff Coach Mike Whittles.  Coach Whittles legacy will be the mantra he left the students - "Make every day count". Recipients of this award are among those in the student body that embody the spirit of Coach Whittles and his mantra.
  • Denise Alvarez Scholarship

    Denise Alvarez Scholarship fund is awarded each year to a Spalding student who is caring, school spirited and involved in a variety of activities.  Love of Spalding High School and the ability to communicate this love is the most desirable attribute.
  • Kevin Durm Scholarship

    Kevin member class of 2007. Kevin was a humorous, kind soul who loved basketball, music, and most of all, life. While at Spalding he was a member of the basketball team and a devoted member of the band, specifically the trumpet section. Kevin could best be described as dependable, flexible, friendly, hardworking, expressive, punctual and being a team player. He was the student any music teacher desired to have in their ensemble or the musician who made memories for others through his support and connection. Recipients of this award are friendly to all, hard working, and leaders within the Spalding Music Department.
  • Lt. James H Love Scholarship

    Lt. James H Love a 1977 Graduate from Spalding.  Here he played lacrosse, basketball, baseball, swam in a summer league, and ran cross country. James was a gifted student still remembered for his athletic accomplishments and winning personality. Lt. Love was a Navy rescue helicopter pilot on board the USS Tripoli.  He went missing on December 19th 1990, 700 miles northeast of Guam. Lt. Love gave his life to his country and we honor our fallen hero. Recipients of this award must also have a love for their school and embody the mission of “One in Christ".
  • PLTW

    Project Lead The Way (PLTW) is a nonprofit organization that provides a research-based curriculum for a variety of STEM curriculums. PLTW engages with partner universities and companies to create a transformative and cutting edge learning experience for students. As a certified PLTW school, Archbishop Spalding offers two PLTW programs in Engineering and Computer Science. Recipients of this award show great aptitude and leadership qualities within the Spalding PLTW program.

One in Christ

Archbishop Spalding High School

8080 New Cut Road
Severn, MD 21144