Mills Family Scholarship

The Billy Mills Sr. Scholarship is presented to a high school baseball player who has played Varsity, was a manager or statistician for the baseball team, and exhibits strong leadership, good character and has participated in community service through volunteerism. 

Financial hardship is strongly considered and a minimum GPA of 80 is required to apply.  This scholarship was established by William Mills, Jr. in memory of his father Billy Mills, Sr., a member of the Class of 1993, a noted baseball comedian, his grandfather Art Mills, Class of 2001 who played in the Major Leagues, and his great-grandfather Wee Willie Mills who also played major league baseball.

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The Greater Utica Sports Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete Award

The Greater Utica Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship is presented to a high school athlete who has played one or more varsity sports, exhibits strong leadership, honesty and integrity, good character and has participated in both student activities community service through volunteerism.

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Richard D'Alessandro Family Scholarship Award

The Richard D'Alessandro Family Scholarship Award is presented to a high school athlete who has played one or more varsity sports, exhibits strong leadership, honesty and integrity, good character and has participated in both student activities community service through volunteerism.  

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Laura Bradley Memorial ('95) Scholarship

The Laura A. Bradley Memorial Female Athlete Award is presented to a high school female athlete pursuing a career in Mathematics or has been strong in Mathematics courses, is a positive role model among her peers, exhibits strong leadership, is fun-loving, presents a genuine concern for others, has good sportsmanship skills as well as being a dedicated to her team and teammates, and has participated in community service through volunteerism. 

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The Greater Utica Sports Hall of Fame was founded in 1990 to honor excellence in all facets of sports throughout the area. As of 2012, nearly 150 men and women have been enshrined.

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