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St. Joseph High School offers several academic scholarships to incoming freshman.

To be eligible for these scholarships, prospective students must take either the October 29 or November 12 entrance exam and place in the 90th percentile and above as well as complete an admission application by November 16, 2022.
 

Scholarship recipients are notified in their acceptance letter (sent via mail mid-December) and are invited to a scholarship reception in January.

St. Joseph High School Offers Three Categories of Merit-Based Awards:
 

The Presidential Scholarship

The Presidential Scholarship is a four-year, half-tuition scholarship offered to entering eighth grade students who score 98% or above on the entrance exam, and have the academic record and teacher recommendations reflective of their high scholastic ability.

The Principal’s Scholarship

The Principal’s Scholarship is a $16,000 award over four years ($4,000 per year) and is awarded to those students who score between 94–97% on the entrance exam, and have the academic record and teacher recommendations reflective of their high scholastic ability.

The Cadet Scholarship

The Cadet Scholarship is a $12,000 award over four years ($3,000 per year) and is awarded to those students who score between 90-93% on the entrance exam, and have the academic record and teacher recommendations reflective of their high scholastic ability.

These awards are renewed each year, provided the student maintains a cumulative academic average of 90% or better, and maintains a positive and responsible presence within the St Joseph community.

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Additional Scholarships (External)

The Liptak Scholarship is a need-based scholarship, up to $500 a year, awarded by the Cardinal Shehan Center in Bridgeport. The awardee is determined by the Financial Aid Committee at St. Joes.

Notify our admissions office of your involvement in the Cardinal Shehan Center to receive an application. Recipients must have attended a Cardinal Shehan Center Program during their elementary school years.

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