Hanley Bursary

A Bursary for deserving students has been created as a living testimony to the hard work and vision of Monsignor Philip Hanley and Father Bernard Hanley in beginning and establishing St. Andrew's Regional High School.

The Hanley Bursary is awarded to a student who has registered to attend St. Andrew's Regional High School for Grade Eleven and who:

  • has attended St. Andrew's Regional High School from Grade 8 to 10;
  • has demonstrated good citizenship;
  • has demonstrated consistent academic achievement;
  • has demonstrated his/her faith through participation in school and/or community /parish activities;
  • has economic need; and
  • is not receiving a parish bursary.

We invite all alumni and other interested person to contribute to the Hanley Bursary Fund. A record of donors will be kept in the office and become part of this living legacy.

Contributions should be made payable to St. Andrew's High school and marked "Hanley Bursary". Gifts will be acknowledged with a tax receipt.


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