Student Athlete Scholarship fund was created in May, 1999 following the death of Brian
Francis Reynolds, Lowell High School Class of 1950.
The awards are made annually in
May during Honors Night at the Lowell High School Auditorium.
View and read about the
The selection criteria is that the individual must be Lowell High
School senior who will be attending college following graduation, plus be a top student
and athlete. We also consider financial need.
We created this scholarship to honor the ideals our Dad held
dear...and taught us so well. Academics and sports are both important in the game of
Throughout his life, he was an avid fan of both, spending countless hours supporting
Harvard fundraising and interviewing potential applicants. He also supported Lowell
High through his annual presentation of the Harvard Book Award and the Jack Leary Latin
Award, plus he supported The Friends of Lowell High in its infancy---and had to sell
lots of hotdogs and popcorn at track meets!
Before his death, we were able to tell him about setting up this
scholarship. He was both pleased and proud. So are we.
may view or print out the application here for the Scholarship.
Review Brian F. Reynolds Obituary
from May 18, 1999.
Review the write-up
and statistics from his induction into the Lowell High Athletic Hall of Fame
You can also see some photos from Lowell High Athletics
Review the Lowell Sun front page article on Brian F. Reynolds from May
19, 1999, the date of his funeral. The Lowell Sun went to press early that
morning to print the issue and make it available for the members of his family. Jack
Costello delivered the first issue off the press to Brian Reynolds, Jr. as the family left
the Immaculate Conception Church. The article is titled "Boy, that kid's a
We are all so indebted to the
wonderful donors who have made this scholarship possible. Thank you for your support.
Brian F. Reynolds will not be forgotten. He will surely live on
in the success of the Student-Athlete scholars who truly attain their dreams.
Gail Reynolds Frank
Brian F. Reynolds, Jr.