Brian McManus Scholarship Fund

The Brian McManus Scholarship Fund was created in memory of Brian McManus, Northside College Prep Class of 2017. This new annual scholarship will award a selected Northside College Prep graduating student $1,000 beginning this coming spring. This person will exemplify Brian's spirit of leadership, kindness to others and athleticism. Application deadline is February 28, 2019.

Brian was best known for his kindness, smiles, energy, love of sports and passion for running. He was a 4-year varsity, 2-year captain on the Northside cross country and track & field teams. Brian joined the running program in grade school and high school and intended to compete at the college varsity level at Cornell College. He courageously lost his battle with Leukemia on May 15, 2018. Brian's legacy is to give back to his high school and inspire others to run and be active.

Donations to the scholarship fund can be made via credit, debit or check by clicking HERE.  Thank you for your support.

 

 

 

 

BRIAN MCMANUS SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarship Award: $1,000 awarded to a selected Northside College Prep senior who embodies leadership, kindness to others and a dedication to 2+ school team sport(s). 
Submission Deadline: February 28, 2019 

Share Google Doc to: brianmcmanusscholarship@gmail.com 
Winner Announced: June 3, 2019 

Background: This scholarship was created in memory of Brian McManus, NCP Class of 2017, who lost his battle with leukemia on May 15, 2018. His legacy is to give back to his high school, where he was a four year varsity, two year captain for the cross country and track & field teams. He had a passion for running and was best known for his kindness, lighthearted humor, smiles, and for encouraging, challenging and supporting his teammates and classmates. 

Requirements: 
Minimum GPA 3.5 
List and briefly elaborate on 4 leadership positions (max 160 words) 

Prompt: 
Write an essay of up to 500 words describing one's passion for a specific sport and his/her role with her team; and what inspires him/her. Tell us about a time you felt like you made a difference to the team dynamics, or to a teammate.