Sean Kealey '11 Accepts Appointment to the U.S. Military Academy
Sean Kealey will attend West Point
Salesianum School senior Sean Kealey formally accepted his appointment to The United States Military Academy on Monday, May 16. A citation from President Obama offering Sean a placement at West Point was presented by Mr. Stephen Murphy, USMA Student Admissions Coordinator for the state of Delaware. Sean was surrounded by classmates, family, teachers and school administrators as his achievement was formally recognized. Sean is from Wilmington, DE and is the son of Patrick and Mary Jane Kealey.
Salesianum Senior Sean Kealey accepts his appointment to The United States Military Academy. Pictured from left to right: Fr. Chris Beretta, OSFS, Salesianum principal, Mr. Stephen Murphy, USMA Student Admissions Coordinator, Sean Kealey, and Sean's parents Mary Jane and Patrick Kealey.
Sean is the fifth consecutive Salesianum graduate to attend West Point, and joins an even larger number of proud Salesianum graduates who serve in our armed forces world-wide. He is active in the Model UN Club and is also a member of the National Honor Society. Sean's scholarship has an estimated value of $400,000, and when he graduates he will be a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army.
Salesianum School is a Roman Catholic independent secondary school that teaches young men to Live Jesus, guided by the spirituality of Saint Francis de Sales, through a college preparatory education, enabling them to take their place in the world as Salesian gentlemen.
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