Special Memorial Efforts

Stephen R. Bogusky III ’18 Scholarship

A bright light was extinguished from this world on August 12 when Stephen Robert Bogusky III, Class of 2018, was killed in a tragic car accident in Towson, Md. Bogusky was a scholar-athlete who planned to attend and play collegiate sports at Sewanee: The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee.

Announcing the Stephen Robert Bogusky III ’18 Scholarship

The Stephen Robert Bogusky III ’18 Scholarship aims to honor Stephen’s legacy of servant leadership, academic excellence, sportsmanship and athleticism. The scholarship will provide financial assistance to Upper School student-athletes who participate in the soccer or lacrosse programs at Friends School and who are affiliated with the Charm City Youth Lacrosse program or a similar, mission-driven program. In establishing this scholarship, Stephen’s family wishes to keep his memory alive while supporting scholar-athletes in financial need who might also benefit from the outstanding education and athletic experience unique to Friends School of Baltimore.

Honoring Stephen’s Legacy

Reflections from Matt Micciche, Head of School:
Stephen was a wonderful young man whom we were lucky enough to have as part of our community since 2006. In addition to being a standout soccer and lacrosse player, whose speed and quickness made him a constant scoring threat, he was a very capable student, and a thoughtful and supportive community member. With his quiet humor, his subtle smile, and his understated demeanor, he earned the respect and friendship of his classmates and teammates, who, I know, will carry him in their hearts forever.
Contribute to Stephen’s Legacy
We invite you to help carry forward Stephen’s legacy by contributing to the Scholarship:
Reflections from Steve McManus, Upper School Principal:
When Stephen befriended you, it was a bond for life. His circle of loyal and close friends extends into many peer groups at multiple schools and spans over a decade from his early days in LTRC rec league sports all the way through his high school years at Friends. Watching Stephen and his “band of brothers”, which included my own son, grow up together over the years has been one of the greatest joys of my professional life as a high school principal and a father.
The family invites you to share this message and link to the scholarship widely in your circles and networks beyond Friends School. For questions about the scholarship, please contact the Office of Development at Friends School at (410) 649-3206 or
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