Scholarships, Grants and Financial Assistance
St. Joseph High School offers the following forms of scholarships and financial assistance in an effort to work with families whose sons and daughters qualify to attend but need financial support:
Please note that in order to qualify for scholarships, 8th graders must take the St. Joseph High School Entrance Exam on Saturday, December 7, 2019, be accepted and register with St. Joseph High School.
Academic Scholarships (Up to $1,000): Based on the student's outstanding performance on December Entrance Exam.
Presidential Grant ($500): Awarded to freshmen students, through a competitive application process, who exhibit excellence in the areas of academics and extracurricular activities, a strong character, and a sense of religious vision that will enrich the spirit of family and Christian community at St. Joseph High School.
Applications for the Presidential Grant are available to all students who are accepted and registered for classes at St. Joseph High School.
Tomorrow's Leaders Award, A Vincit Qui Laborat Grant ($250): The St. Joseph High School Tomorrow’s Leaders Award will honor eighth grade students who exhibit excellence and leadership in areas of academics, extracurricular activities, and community service.
A Vincit Qui Laborat Grant will be awarded to each Tomorrow’s Leaders Award winner if and only if the student takes the December Entrance Exam at St. Joseph, is accepted to the school, and is registered for class at St. Joseph High School.
St. Joseph Scholarship ($1,000): Students who take the entrance exam at St. Joseph High School in December can apply for this award if they graduated from a private or Catholic grade school and who register with St. Joseph High School in March.
The Charger Community Scholarship ($2,000): Students who take the entrance exam at St. Joseph in December can apply for this award if they reside in Westchester OR graduate from Westchester Middle School, Divine Providence, or Immanuel Lutheran.
Financial Aid (amounts vary): All financial aid is based on a demonstrated need. Families wishing to be considered for tuition assistance must submit an application through FACTS.