AAHA Lou Manzione Scholarship

The Atlantic Amateur Hockey Association is pleased to offer a scholarship program to students who plan to continue their education beyond the 12th grade. A total of two (2) one thousand dollar ($1,000) scholarships are available, one to a New Jersey High School Senior and the second to a High School Senior from Pennsylvania or Delaware.


Selection Criteria:
The applicants must be high school seniors who are registered with USA Hockey.

Selection will be based on applicants essay score, scholastic achievement, coaches recommendation, teacher evaluations and extracurricular activities without regard to race, sex, religion or financial need.

The scholarships are not renewable.

The application form must be accompanied by an essay of 500 words or less on “The Value of High School Hockey to My Personal Development”. It must also be accompanied by the applicant’s high school transcript showing grades, SAT score, GPA and class rank.

Selection of recipients will be the responsibility of the Scholarship Committee.
All selections are final.

Students must have their scholarship application, teachers and coaches recommendation postmarked by May 15th.

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