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Carroll High School offers many scholarship opportunities to help ease the financial burden of tuition for returning students and incoming freshmen.  All awards for Carroll-affiliated scholarships are made as tuition credits to student/parents’ FACTS account.

Carroll Owned Scholarships

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    • This scholarship is awarded to 8th grade students who will enter their freshman year at Carroll High School.  The scholarship is awarded to students in memory of two of Carroll’s former principals.  Students in the freshman class will be awarded $500 to $2,500 for tuition expenses incurred for the freshman year.  The scholarship is renewable each year providing the student maintains a 3.5 GPA and is in good standing with deportment.  Payment is made as a tuition credit to student/parents’ account.

      Recipients are notified by Carroll High School by the end of January

      Complete the Application Cover Sheet along with above mentioned requirements and return to Carroll High School main office, attention Heather Terbay, on or before December 1.

      For questions or assistance, please contact:

      Heather Terbay
      937-253-8188 x305
  • Category: Carroll Owned Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: Up to $2,500 (Renewable)
      • Application method: Application Cover Sheet and Required Documents Submitted to Carroll office
      • Student currently in grades 8, 9, 10, or 11 with financial need
      • Recipient must have applied for financial assistance through FACTS Management
      • Complete a two part application
    • If you think you may qualify for low income scholarships, please review qualifications for the Ohio Ed Choice Expansion scholarship. This scholarship is available for application February-April.

      Because strong, sustainable education programs in schools and parishes are vital for the future of the Catholic Church, 50% of the proceeds (or $65 million) of the One Faith, One Hope, One Love (1faith1hope1love.org) campaign will be used for Catholic education in our archdiocese. Needs-based grants from both the endowed and expendable funds will be available for students attending grades Kindergarten through 12 in Catholic schools in our archdiocese.  Approximately 80% of the tuition assistance funds available annually will aid Catholic School students in grades K- 8th grade, and approximately 20% will aid Catholic high school students.

      • Financial Need: All high school grants funded by the CEF will be awarded based upon the financial need of the families. This is determined by the school to which the student applies/attends. In turn, the high school will notify the family of their application status based upon a third-party review. For Carroll, this application is through FACTS Management.
      • Grant Eligibility: Contrary to the K-8 grants, the CEF grants can be awarded in addition to state scholarships. The CEF grants are awarded after state-funded assistance.
      • $1,000 Limit: Grants will not exceed the amount of $1,000 per student.
      • Annual Applications: These grants must be applied for annually, and will be awarded without distinguishing between families based upon religion, race, gender, and ethnicity.
      • Complete the Application Cover Sheet along with above mentioned requirements and return to Carroll High School main office, attention Jodi Shannon, on or before December 1.  Recipients are notified by Carroll High School by the end of January

      For questions or assistance, please contact:

      Jodi Shannon
      937-253-8188 x314
  • Category: Carroll Owned Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $1,000 (Non-renewable)
  • Category: Carroll Owned Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $1,500 (Renewable)
      • Application method: Online
      • Applicant must be a current 8th grade student who has applied for admissions at Carroll High School
      • Applicant will demonstrate their passion for instrumental music and desire to develop skills
      • Applicant will provide a solo audition
      • Recipient will prove dedication through continuing skills and scholastic achievement in music for this renewable scholarship
    • This $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to one applicant who has a passion for instrumental music and a desire to continue to develop his or her skills.  Applicants must submit an audition recording or give a live performance of a solo of his/her choice in any music genre.  The scholarship recipient must commit to at least eight semesters of one or more curricular performance ensembles, (Symphonic Band and/or Marching Band), some participation in additional extra-curricular ensembles of choice (Jazz Band, Jazz Combo, Pit Orchestra), and maintain a 4.0 grade point average in music curriculum.

      Click here to apply onlineRecipients are notified by Carroll High School by the end of January.

      For questions or assistance, please contact:

      Carl Soucek
  • Category: Carroll Owned Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $1,500 (Renewable)
    • This $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to one applicant who exhibits passion and talent in performing arts and a desire to continue development of those skills at Carroll High School.  Each applicant must perform a two to three minute audition on a piece of the student's choice, commit to both of the Carroll High School Freedom Players' productions each year (either as a crew member or actor/actress), attend at least one Muse Machine event each year, and enroll in Carroll High School's Theater Arts course for at least one semester.

      Click here to apply

      Recipients are notified by Carroll High School by the end of January.  For questions or assistance, please contact Toni Weitz.

  • Category: Carroll Owned Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $1,500 (Renewable)
    • This $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to a student with a passion to share his or her artistic talents.  Applicants must submit five pieces of art as well as five sketches via email (as indicated in student application), have a 4.0 GPA in art classes as shown by previous year’s report card, submit a student application form, and submit a recommendation form from an art teacher.  If chosen for this scholarship, the student agrees to commit to at least eight semesters of the core art curriculum courses, become part of the Carroll High School art community by joining the National Art Honor Society for as long as she/he receives the scholarship, and maintain a 4.0 in art courses.

      Student Application

      Teacher Recommendation Form

      Recipients are notified by Carroll High School by the end of January.  For questions or assistance, please contact Renee Merland.

  • Category: Carroll Owned Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $1,500 (Renewable)

Carroll Affiliated Scholarships

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      • Application method: Online only
      • Student currently in grades 8, 9, 10, or 11 who plan to attend Carroll High School next school year
      • Complete a six part application
      • Number of Scholarships Awarded each year: five
      • Each year, four scholarships are granted to children and/or grandchildren of Carroll alumni
      • One is granted to a non-legacy student who considers themselves to be a dedicated Patriot
      • Recipients are notified by the Alumni Association by the end of January
    • Carroll High School’s Alumni Association offers scholarships to incoming and returning students.  These scholarships are given in memory of Carroll’s Fallen Patriots: Dale Hess ’67, killed in Vietnam, and Paul Kelly ’79, killed in Iraq, in the hope that future students may learn from their courage and heroism.  Each year, four scholarships are granted to children and/or grandchildren of Carroll alumni, and one is granted to a non-legacy student.

      • Carroll High School’s Alumni Association offers scholarships to incoming students, freshmen through seniors, to attend Carroll High School.
      • Five $1,500.00 scholarships will be distributed each year
      • Four legacy scholarships (one per grade level) to students with parents, grandparents, or legal guardians who graduated from Carroll High School
      • One non-legacy scholarship for other dedicated Patriots

      A selection committee is appointed by the President of the Alumni Association. The committee is composed of Carroll High School alumni and is sworn to strict confidentiality as to protect the applicants. In no event shall any member of the selection committee be a family member of any applicant for a scholarship. 

      Students are only eligible to be awarded one scholarship during their four years at Carroll High School. The Alumni Association would like to ensure that as many students as possible have a chance to win. Students may reapply each year, even if their application was declined the previous year.

      Applications are due December 1st and must be filled out online.  All winners are notified by the end of January via phone or mail.  Payment will be made directly to Carroll High School in the name of the winning student.

      Eligibility Requirements:

      • Planning to attend Carroll High School next school year, currently in grades 8, 9, 10, or 11
      • Completes all six sections of the Application, online only
      • Be sure to follow all directions, organize material well, and use proper grammar and punctuation.  Late applications will be disqualified.
      • Contact jweitz@carrollhs.org if you need assistance filling out the online application

      Application Instructions:

      We recommend that you gather required information and type the essay question in a separate document, save it, and then simply copy and paste into the online application form. 

      The six sections of the application are the following:

      • Name and Contact Information
      • Academic Effort: Provide your current GPA and final GPA from last school year.  Also, scan and attach a copy of your Final Grades from last school year. If you were a current Carroll High School student last year, or if you already included your grades with your admission application, you do not need to submit these grades; the counseling & admissions office will give these materials straight to the scholarship committee.    
      • Christian Service: Provide a list of service activities that you do for others (over the past four years only). Please list and number each activity with date(s) and a brief explanation of each.
      • Extracurricular Activities: Provide a list of extracurricular activities that you do for yourself (over the past four years only). Please list and number each activity with date(s) and a brief description of each.
      • Leadership: Provide examples of how you have served as a leader or role model. Please list and number each example, and provide date(s) and a brief description of each. Include leadership activities from the past four years only.
      • Essay Question: Type an essay of 300 words or fewer.  Question for the 2021-2022 application: Describe a situation where you had a significant responsibility. What did you learn from this experience?.  

      Questions about Alumni Association scholarships or any issues about the method of applying online?  Contact Heidi (Willhelm) Garlow '88, Chairperson of the Scholarship Selection Committee or Julie (Hemmert) Weitz '94, CHS Director of Alumni Relations (937) 253-8188 x339

  • Category: Carroll Afiliated Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $1,500
      • Application Cover and Required Documents Submitted to Carroll office by 12/1
      • Student currently in grades 8, 9, 10, or 11 who plan to attend Carroll High School next school year
      • Awarded to applicant who has experienced learning or life struggles or adversity
      • Complete a 3 part application
      • Relatives of Ms. Diane Wourms or Mr. and Mrs. James Hemmert are not eligible to apply.
    • The Diane A. Wourms scholarship is awarded to one Carroll High School student each year in the amount of $1,000.  The scholarship is awarded to a student in memory of Ms. Diane A. Wourms, a longtime English teacher at Carroll (36 years).  Diane was one of thirteen children, a 1970 graduate of Carroll High School, and a 1974 graduate of the University of Dayton where she pursued a teaching degree.  Diane always had a soft spot for students who struggled to learn.  She was passionate about helping those who had experienced adversity in their lives.  Always for the “underdog”, this scholarship is offered in her loving memory to inspire and support a Carroll student.

      Recipients are notified by the Wourms family by January 15

      • Academic Achievement:  Please include a copy of your school transcript.  Grade school transcript/grade report may be included if you believe they support your application.
      • Academic Determination:  Briefly describe an academic or personal struggle in which you have been confronted.  For example:  a learning disability, an illness or disability, a personal loss, financial hardship, lack of direction, etc.
      • Creative Response:  In 400 words or less: write an essay or submit an artistic impression.  For example:  a poem, drawing, model, sculpture, fabric art and/or photographic expression, etc. on one of the topics listed below:
        • I see God’s hand at work through nature.
        • How God helped me confront an obstacle in my life.
        • Who is one teacher that has inspired you to be a better person, and how have they impacted your life?

      Complete the Application Cover Sheet along with above mentioned requirements and return to Carroll High School main office, attention Jodi Shannon, on or before December 1.

      For questions or assistance, please contact:

      Jodi Shannon
      937-253-8188 x314
  • Category: Carroll Afiliated Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $1,000 (Non-renewable)
      • Application Cover and required documents Submitted to Carroll office by 12/1
      • Student currently in grades 8, 9, 10, or 11 with financial need and interest in pursuing a health career and plant to attend Carroll High School next school year
      • Complete a four part application
    • Dr. Robert B. Brewster graduated from Carroll High School in 1970. While attending Carroll, he excelled academically, was president of the sophomore class and, in his senior year, was captain of the football team.

      When Robert was four, his father died, leaving his mother alone to raise him and seven siblings. Money was tight, so he worked at fast-food restaurants and sold carpet to put himself through Carroll High School, Wright State University, and the Medical College of Ohio.

      For his medical residency, Dr. Brewster returned to the Miami Valley and spent 17 years practicing family medicine in the Beavercreek area. He volunteered for the Montgomery County Medical Society at a clinic for the homeless. He was active in his church and the community. He frequently shared with others his appreciation of his Catholic education in preparing him for higher education and life’s challenges.

      Dr. Brewster used his faith, optimism, and sense of humor to comfort and entertain his family, friends, and patients through his 21-month struggle with brain cancer. He died on November 26, 2001.

      The Dr. Robert Brewster Scholarship is available to at least one qualified student, incoming freshmen through juniors, with financial need and interested in pursuing a health career. Dr. Brewster, a 1970 graduate from Carroll High School, was a prominent family physician in the Dayton area.  1-3 scholarships will be awarded annually totaling $2,500. 

      Recipients are notified by the Brewster family by the end of January

      • Academic Effort: Please attach a copy of your most recent report card
      • Christian and Community Service/Extracurricular Activities:  List the clubs, organizations and activities you are involved in within your school, church and community.  Include dates of your activities and briefly describe your participation (member, officer, volunteer, etc)
      • Essay: Please discuss ONE of the following topics in a 250 word essay.
        • Discuss a special attribute or accomplishment that sets you apart.
        • Why are you a good candidate to receive this award?
        • Pick an experience from your own life and explain how it has influenced your development.
        • Who in your life has been your biggest influence and why?
        • Other than through classes in school, in what areas have you acquired knowledge or skills?
      • Financial Need (Parents Only): From a financial standpoint, what impact would this scholarship have on your son/daughter’s education?  Please include any special family circumstances affecting your need for financial assistance.

      Complete the Application Cover Sheet along with above mentioned requirements and return to Carroll HS main office, attention Jodi Shannon, on or before December 1.

      For questions or assistance, please contact:

      Jodi Shannon
      937-253-8188 x314
  • Category: Carroll Afiliated Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $2,500 (Non-renewable)
    • Application Method: No application is necessary

    • The Peter H. and Marjorie C. Kuntz Designated Fund honors Peter H. Kuntz and his contributions to the Kuntz Foundation for more than 50 years. This fund awards grants to support qualifying students attending Alter, Carroll, and Chaminade-Julienne high schools.  This scholarship is available to current 8th grade students who do not receive state funded scholarships and show great financial need.  Student must have applied to admissions at Carroll High School and listed themselves as a legacy student.  One, non-renewable scholarship of $1,000 will be awarded each year.

      Recipients are notified by Carroll High School by the end of January

      Complete the Application Cover Sheet along with above mentioned requirements and return to Carroll main office, attention Jodi Shannon, on or before December 1.

      For questions or assistance, please contact:

      Jodi Shannon
      937-253-8188 x314
  • Category: Carroll Afiliated Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $1,000 (Non-renewable)
      • Application Cover Sheet and Required Documents Submitted to Carroll office by 12/1
      • Student currently in grades 8, 9, 10, or 11 with financial need and plan to attend Carroll High School next school year
      • Complete a five part application
    • Eileen Thurman made Catholic education a priority for her children.  Following the death of her husband, United States Air Force test pilot Donald Thurman in 1971, she sacrificed to send her five children through Carroll High School.  Her children attended from 1974 through 1986.  

      Ken and Ginny Sullivan moved to Dayton in 1978, and after evaluating the area schools, specifically chose Carroll High School for their children.  Their six children attended from 1978 through 1992.  Ginny’s death came in 1985 after a battle with cancer.

      The faculty and family of Carroll High School helped both of these families deal with the tragic loss of a parent, and these two families then came together with the marriage of Ken and Eileen in 1986!  These proud Patriots have added two more Carroll High School graduates as spouses, and have had three second generation graduates.  Among their ranks are a 2010 and 2016 Carroll High School Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame Inductee, three Patriot of the Year Award winners, scholars, athletes, educators, military officers, health care workers, and business people.  Most importantly, they are faith filled citizens and parents, owing many thanks to Carroll in their development.

      It is with great pride that this scholarship is awarded to honor Ken and Eileen and their commitment to Catholic education is established. 

      Ken Sullivan and Eileen Thurman Sullivan have been strong supporters of Catholic education.  This scholarship was established by their 11 children and families and awarded in their honor.  This $1,000 scholarship is available to current Carroll High School students who demonstrate financial need, with additional consideration given to unique family circumstances, academic progress, and involvement in activities outside the classroom.  The scholarship is renewable each year as long as the student maintains good standing and financial need. 

      Recipients are notified by the Sullivan family by the end of January

      • Please describe any special family circumstances affecting your need for financial assistance.
      • Briefly explain what impact this scholarship would have on your education.
      • List any extracurricular activities and interests, and describe your level of involvement in each.
      • Include a copy of your grades for the past 2 semesters.
      • Include one Letter of Recommendation from someone who knows you well.  This could be one of your current or past teachers, your pastor, youth minister, coach, family friend or close relative.

      Complete the Application Cover Sheet along with above mentioned requirements and return to Carroll High School main office, attention Jodi Shannon, on or before December 1.

      For questions or assistance, please contact:

      Jodi Shannon
      937-253-8188 x314
  • Category: Carroll Afiliated Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $1,000 (Renewable)

Partner School Scholarships

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    • This scholarship is available to current Incarnation School eighth grade students who have applied for admission to Carroll High School.  Eligibility requires good grades, attendance, and deportment as evidenced by a recent report card.  Applicants must submit a one-page essay on the topic "Why do you want to be a Carroll Patriot?"  One (1) $1,000 or two (2) $500 scholarships will be awarded to the winner(s).  Recipient(s) is notified by Carroll High School by the end of January

      • Academic Effort: Attach a copy of your most recent report card
      • Essay Topic: Why do you want to be a Carroll Patriot?

      Complete the Application Cover Sheet along with above mentioned requirements and return to Carroll High School main office, attention Jodi Shannon, on or before December 1.

  • Category: Partner School Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $1,000 (Non-renewable)
      • Application method: Application Cover and Required Documents Submitted to Carroll High School main office 
      • Current St. Helen Catholic School eighth grader who has applied for admissions at Carroll High School
      • Awarded to a student who exhibits qualities of student involvement in non-athletic extracurricular activities at St. Helen, service to both the St. Helen and local community, and dedication and integrity to the school and the Carroll community.
      • Complete a five part application 
    • Laszlo F. Hary attended St. Helen School and graduated from Carroll High School in 1973. He went on to earn his B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Dayton. He continued his education at Ohio University by earning his Master’s degree. He spent his professional career in environmental safety and compliance. He traveled the world inspecting power plants, mentoring engineers, and ensuring the safety of thousands of front-line energy plant staff. From his parents, Laszlo learned the value of hard work, the joy of being in a loving family, and to appreciate education. Laszlo was a devout Catholic and dedicated husband to his wife, Elisabetta.

      The Laszlo F. Hary Scholarship provides one $1,000 tuition grant for an incoming freshman from St. Helen Catholic School (Dayton, Ohio) that desires and values a Carroll High School and Catholic education. Although there is a financial need component, the primary goal is to provide financial assistance to students who exhibit qualities of student involvement in non-athletic extracurricular activities at St. Helen, service to both the St. Helen and local community, and dedication and integrity to the school and the Carroll community.  Recipients are notified by Carroll High School by the end of January.

      The following information & acknowledgements are required for consideration for this $1,000 renewable grant:

      • Applicant needs to be in good academic standing with a Middle School (sixth, seventh & first trimester of eighth grade) minimum 3.0 GPA for core classes to include religion (please include transcript).
      • Applicant should have and maintain a discipline record with no serious infractions.
      • Applicant should, in 200-350 words, describe how qualities of service, leadership, dedication, and integrity are being exhibited and how these will be brought into the Carroll High School community in the freshman year.  Additional information would include how non-athletic extracurricular activities or Catholic service has enabled individual growth.
      • Include two letters of recommendation. One must be from a staff member from St. Helen Parish/School. The other reference should be from a non-family member (teacher, club leader, etc.) who can provide details regarding your qualifying attributes.
      • Must be a member of St. Helen Catholic Church (Dayton, OH) and a graduating eighth grade student from St. Helen School.
      • Student must have completed 20 hours of service per year at a Catholic approved charity while in seventh and eighth grades. Student must agree to continue 20 hours of service per year at Carroll to maintain the grant.

      This scholarship will be awarded at the eighth grade St. Helen graduation award ceremony.  This is a one-year tuition grant and is renewable through senior year providing the student maintains a 3.3 GPA, contributes 20 hours of service work each year, and maintains acceptable behavior standards as evaluated by the scholarship review committee. It is the goal of the benefactor that parents and students will make a commitment to their education at Carroll. 

      Complete the Application Cover Sheet along with above mentioned requirements and return to Carroll High School main office, attention Jodi Shannon, on or before December 1.

  • Category: Partner School Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $1,000 (Renewable)
    • The Scholarship is available to current St. Luke School eighth graders who have applied for admission to Carroll High School. Applicants must submit a one-page prompt from the questionnaire provided by the Principal of St. Luke. 

  • Category: Partner School Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2020
  • Amount: $1,000 (Renewable)

State Funded Scholarships

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      • Application method: Ohio EdChoice application and required documents submitted directly to Carroll High School, attention Jodi Shannon
      • Student currently in grades 8, 9, 10, or 11 who plan to attend Carroll High School next school year
      • Student must reside in qualifying school district
      • Low Income application available to qualifying families
    • The Educational Choice Scholarship (EdChoice) Program was created to provide students from underperforming public schools the opportunity to attend participating private schools.  The program provides up to 60,000 EdChoice scholarships to eligible students.

      More information regarding the EdChoice Scholarship Program, as well as application and renewal forms, is available online at the Ohio Department of Education website.

      For questions or assistance, please contact:

      Jodi Shannon, 937-253-8188 x314

  • Category: State Funded Scholarships
  • Due Date: 4/30/2021
  • Amount: $6,000 (Renewable)
      • Application method: Ohio Educational Choice Expansion application, student birth certificate, proof of address, and applicable custody documents submitted directly to Carroll High School, attention Jodi Shannon
      • Income Documents submitted directly to the State of Ohio
      • Student currently in grades 8, 9, 10, or 11 who plan to attend Carroll High School next school year
      • Family must meet low-income guidelines
      • Qualification is based on income alone, not school district residency
    • The Educational Choice Scholarship (EdChoice) Expansion Scholarship Program provides students the opportunity to attend participating private schools. The program also provides low-income students who are entering kindergarten through 12th grade scholarship opportunities.  This scholarship is renewable each year with updated application and updated documentation.

      For questions or assistance, please contact:

      Jodi Shannon, 937-253-8188 x314

  • Category: State Funded Scholarships
  • Due Date: 4/30/2021
  • Amount: $6,000 (Renewable)
      • Student must be enrolled at Carroll High School and on an Individualized Education Program (IEP)
      • Family will receive the JPSNS application and instructions from their Intervention Specialist upon acceptance into Carroll’s intervention program
    • The Jon Peterson Special Needs (JPSN) Scholarship Program provides scholarships to students who are eligible to attend kindergarten through 12th grade and have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) from their district. The amount of each scholarship will be based on the primary disability condition identified on the student's Evaluation Team Report (ETR). Students must be enrolled in the scholarship program for the entire program year to receive the full scholarship amount.

      The passage of House Bill 49 eliminated student application deadlines for the JPSN Scholarship Program. Students will have the ability to apply for JPSN Scholarship year-round beginning September 29, 2017.

  • Category: State Funded Scholarships
  • Due Date: 12/1/2040
  • Amount: Up to $15,000 (Renewable)

Third Party Scholarships

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      • Application method:  Completed application & required documents mailed directly to owner
      • Applicant must be a current Hispanic 8th grade student accepted through Carroll Admissions
      • Applicant will write an essay on Hispanic values 
      • Applicant will demonstrate financial need and produce satisfactory grade cards
    • This scholarship for $500 towards Catholic high school tuition is awarded to a Hispanic youth who writes an essay on Hispanic values.  This scholarship can be renewed each year for a maximum of four years, depending on continued financial need and satisfactory academic and conduct records.  Application materials may be obtained by contacting Sr. Marge Wissman, Sisters of St. Francis, PO Box 100, Oldenburg, IN 47036 or mwissman@oldenburgosf.com.  Apply by April 1st.

      Recipients are notified by scholarship owner in the summer and funds are credited towards recipient’s tuition account by August

  • Category: Third Party
  • Due Date: 3/27/2021
  • Amount: $500 (Renewable)
      • Application method: Completed application & required documents mailed directly to owner
      • Applicant must be a current African-American 8th grade student accepted through the Carroll High School Admissions Department
      • Applicant must demonstrate financial need, provides report cards and two letters of recommendation
    • This scholarship for $750 towards tuition at a Catholic high school is awarded to an African-American student in eighth grade who demonstrates financial need, has a "C" average or above, provides two letters of recommendation, and has a satisfactory student conduct record with his/her current school.  The scholarship can be renewed each year for a maximum of four years, depending on continued financial need and satisfactory academic and conduct records.  African American students registered at Carroll High School by March 1st will receive an application opportunity by mail.  Applications can be requested through Sr. Margaret Horney, Sisters of St. Francis, PO Box 100, Oldenburg, IN 47036 or by contacting margh@oldenburgosf.com.  Please note that the scholarship applications should be mailed directly to Sr. Margaret Horney before April 15th.

      Recipients are notified by scholarship owner in the summer and funds are credited towards recipient’s tuition account by August

  • Category: Third Party
  • Due Date: 4/15/2021
  • Amount: $750 (Renewable)