Apart from tuition assistance, Paul VI offers several scholarship opportunities.
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Paul VI Scholarships
Scholarships Fall 2022
Apart from tuition assistance, Paul VI offers several scholarship opportunities to 8th grade students.
THE PAUL VI ARTS SCHOLARSHIPS Paul VI offers scholarships in each of the following performing arts categories: Strings, Choir, and Instrumental (Band). Each scholarship is for $1,000 annually, and is renewable for each of the 4 years of high school. Students may apply for more than one scholarship, but will not be awarded more than one Paul VI Arts Scholarship.
To enter the process for these scholarships, students must:
Audition at Paul VI on December 14. Auditions are tentatively scheduled for 2:30 PM; students will be notified if the time is different.
THE PAUL VI ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS:
Paul VI is pleased to be able to offer scholarships to incoming freshman students based on academic merit. To be considered for one of our Paul VI scholarships, eighth grade students must take the High School Placement Test. Please visit the HSPT Registration page for more information.
Students who wish to have their scores considered for scholarship must take the test at Paul VI. Scholarships will be awarded by the Paul VI administration to those students whose test scores qualify them for the award.
Academic scholarships are renewable each year of high school; students must maintain a required G.P.A. and exemplify values consistent with our school mission.
Paul VI offers scholarships at the following levels:
The St. Lucy Filippini Scholarships – $7,500.
The President’s Scholarships – $5,000.
The Principal’s Scholarships – $2,500.
The Aquila Scholarships - $1000.
PARENT TEACHER ORGANIZATION SCHOLARSHIP:
The PTO of Paul VI High School provides a need-based scholarship of $1000 to an incoming freshman who is registered at Paul VI High School. Applications for this scholarship are provided exclusively to registered students who also meet the Paul VI tuition assistance criteria. The award is renewable each year of high school; students must maintain a required G.P.A. and exemplify values consistent with the Paul VI school mission.