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Order of Malta Awards School Two Scholarships

His Excellency Bishop Jerome Feudijo; scholarship winners: Jurileynis and Jureys Del Rosario Peguero;
Catholic Education: Reverend Father Boniface and Principal of Sts. Peter & Paul Maria Daniel;
and Order of Malta members: Monique Sibilly Hodge, Christine Woodhouse and Jerry Woodhouse
(Submitted photo)

Jurileynis and Jurelys Del Roario Peguero have been the recipients of the Order of Malta Scholarships for both school years 2020-2021 and 2021-2022. Each scholarship is valued at $5,366.

The Order of Malta, Virgin Islands area, is offering a matching scholarship program to the St. Thomas community for students interested in attending Sts. Peter & Paul School for the 2022-2023 upcoming school year.

Sts. Peter & Paul School was formed in 1904, and many well-known graduates have become doctors, lawyers, educators, lieutenant governors, senators, scientists, etc. Today, the school continues to offer an outstanding curriculum from kindergarten through high school.

The Order of Malta, one of the oldest institutions in existence, has been helping the sick and the poor regardless of race or religion for the past 900 years, and it is presently active in 65 countries.

For an application for a need-based scholarship, to participate in a matching scholarship or to make a donation toward a scholarship, call: 690-3292 or email: maltausvi@gmail.com

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