DFW Catholic High School Scholarships

DFW Catholic High School Scholarships

Amount: Variable
Eligibility: High School Seniors from select high schools in the DFW area.

Deadline: March 1

The following scholarships are available to eligible students in the DFW area. Students must demonstrate commitment to faith, service and achievement within their high school communities. Students must also demonstrate financial need through submission of a FAFSA. Click the scholarship name to apply.

Paul Wood Scholarship For seniors at Bishop Dunne Catholic School. Amount: full tuition/year.  
Bishop Duca Scholarship For seniors at Bishop Lynch High School. Amount: $5,000/year.  
Sister Mary Ellen Williams Scholarship For seniors at Nolan Catholic High School. Amount: $5,000/year.  
Templeton Scholarship For seniors at John Paul II Catholic High School. Amount: $5,000/year.  
Semper Altius Scholarship For seniors at The Highlands School. Amount: $5,000/year.  
Abbot Anselm Scholarship For seniors at Cistercian. Amount: $5,000/year.  
Jesuit Legacy Scholarship For seniors at Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas. Amount: $5000/year.  

 

 

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