BEAUMONT COLLEGE COUNSELOR AWARDED JACK SCOTT AWARD FROM THE OHIO ASSOCIATION FOR COLLEGE ADMISSION COUNSELING

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS – Mary Grimaldi, Beaumont School’s college counselor, was awarded the Jack Scott Award, the highest honor given by the Ohio Association for College Admision Counseling (OACAC).  The criteria used to select a recipient are service and dedication to OACAC, contributions of the profession of high school guidance and college admission, and qualities such a humility, professionalism, dedication, fairness and unselfishness.  

“Mary is an integral part of our counseling team at Beaumont,” explains Principal Mary Whalen. “She is dedicated to helping our students navigate the college selection process.  She works tirelessly every year for our young women, and truly exemplifies the characteristics of the Jack Scott Award.  We are so proud of her accomplishment, and are grateful for her expertise in college counseling.”

Grimaldi has been with Beaumont School since 1979.  She has been a member of OACAC for more than 25 years, serving multiple roles within the organization, including secretary of the executive board, state delegate for national meetings and president.  She has served on the advisory board of Miami University, John Carroll University, Bowling Green University, and Xavier University.  She currently is serving as national co-chair of the Cleveland College Fair that will be held at the Huntington Convention Center.  

Beaumont is a college preparatory, all girls Catholic school in the Ursuline tradition that has been educating women for life, leadership and service since 1850. Beaumont School is the only all girls school in Northeast Ohio to offer students the highly prestigious International Baccalaureate Degree Programme.