The unparalleled Kiski experience has been enriched by a student body representing all corners of the globe and diverse socioeconomic backgrounds. Alumni and students often reflect on invaluable lessons learned by sharing their personal journeys with Kiski brothers from dissimilar upbringings. Each boy brings a unique perspective to Kiski, and learns to consider the alternative perceptions of Kiski roommates, classmates, and teammates.
The named scholarships listed below have been established to enable Kiski to enroll the brightest and most talented boys that, in most cases, would not be able to attend the School without this life-changing financial aid.
These funds have been established with gifts surpassing the endowment threshold (currently $100,000), or annually replenished restricted scholarship gifts of $10,000 or more.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Aluminum Co. of American’s charitable organization, the Alcoa Foundation awarded hundreds of grants to educational institutions and other non-profits. The fund annually supports two deserving Kiski Boys in need of scholarship assistance.
William ’78 and Deborah Corbin created the Corbin Scholarship Fund to support up to 100% of the demonstrated tuition assistance needs for one day student and one boarding student. Corbin Scholars have the potential for high academic achievement, intellectual curiosity, and the ability to engage fully in a rigorous academic program. FULL PRESS RELEASE
The EQT Foundation, the philanthropic branch of the Pittsburgh-based natural gas producer EQT, provided funding for two endowed scholarships. Once selected, EQT Scholars are renewed annually until their graduation from Kiski as long as they maintain good standing in the classroom and community. FULL PRESS RELEASE
Established by the J.S. Mack Foundation in memory of John S. Fisher, longtime secretary of the Mack Foundation’s board of trustees, the fund is awarded to deserving students with a preference for students from Indiana County, Pa.
Established with a donation from the Donald and Donna Mosites Family Foundation, the fund will provide ongoing tuition support to socioeconomically disadvantaged student(s) who would otherwise be unable to afford the opportunity of a Kiski high school education.
Established by Herbert A. Stein, 1918 graduate and titan of Kiski football lore who was later enshrined as a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, the fund supports the tuition needs of worthy students.
With the thoughtful and generous endowment support of David’s parents, Cindy and David Sunseri, his sister, Missy, and the extended Mosites family, as well as David’s many relatives and friends, this fund was created to support a well-rounded boy in need of financial aid that demonstrates David’s enthusiasm, generosity, and passion for life.
Each year, the Office of Admission awards the Andrew Wilson Merit Scholarship, named in honor of the founder of the Kiskiminetas Springs School, Dr. Andrew Wilkins Wilson Jr., to a boy of extraordinary promise after a careful vetting process that includes rounds of interviews, recommendations, and an essay. The award covers the full tuition of the recipient.
Created by over 400 individuals in honor of the retirement of renowned educator and coach, Jake “Papa Cougar” Zeigler, to support an exceptional boy in need of financial backing.
If you are interested in creating or supporting a current Kiski scholarship, please contact Steven T. Szilagyi ’88, Associate Head of School for Institutional Advancement, at 724-639-8029 or email@example.com.
Awardees are selected by the Admission Office. No additional action is required of applicants. Inquiries to the school can submit an inquiry form, located below or call 1-877-547-5448 or email the office at firstname.lastname@example.org.