Trinity Hall Announces the Allison Berry Wagner Scholarship in Honor of Founding Board Member

Trinity Hall recently announced the establishment of a new scholarship in memory of founding board member Allison Berry Wagner. As an advocate of girls education and a steadfast supporter of Trinity Hall’s mission, Mrs. Wagner played an integral part in the founding of Trinity Hall. Mrs. Wagner’s family generously created a scholarship at Trinity Hall to honor her contributions and dedication to Trinity Hall. 
Allison Berry Wagner was a person of exceptional integrity, loyalty, determination and commitment, who demonstrated an unwavering dedication to her family, friends and community. She received her education from St. Rose Grammar School, St. Rose High School and Clemson University, and was a practicing Roman Catholic, valuing both faith and education. Her remarkable efforts in founding an all-girls school in Monmouth County were fueled by her deep commitment to these values. As a founding board member of Trinity Hall, her selfless work and dedication were instrumental in establishing the school's presence today. The Berry-Wagner family honors her memory through this scholarship that recognizes Trinity Hall students who embody her enduring qualities of faith, commitment, service, perseverance and positivity.
The Allison Berry Wagner Scholarship will be awarded to rising freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors who are returning to Trinity Hall for the 2023-2024 school year and will be renewed annually during the recipients’ time at Trinity Hall. All students are invited to apply by writing an essay about a time when they exemplified Mrs. Wagner’s values and character. Mrs. Wagner’s legacy and mission to support the education of girls in Monmouth, Ocean and Middlesex Counties at Trinity Hall continues on through this scholarship. 
Donations to the Allison Berry-Wagner Fund in support of this scholarship can be made here

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