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Scholarship Opportunities


If you are interested in Foundational Scholarships or Archdiocesan Scholarships/Grants, see below.

Information for scholarship/grants for the Class of 2029 will be posted in the Summer.

Please note these scholarships must be applied for through the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s website

- Josephine Connelly Memorial Scholarship
- Monsignor John Mitchell Memorial Scholarship
- St. Thomas More Alumni Association Scholarship
**Neumann Scholarship: students must be invited to take this scholarship test through their Archdiocesan grade schools during the Spring of 7th Grade
- Ellis Trust for Girls Scholarship; more information about the Ellis Trust Foundation can be found here
- Howley Foundational Scholarship
        - This scholarship is a need-based and academic merit-based scholarship. If you are interested in being considered for this award, please make the Admissions Office aware during the admissions process.
- Snider Scholarship
          - A four year scholarship based family financial need and a student's desire for extracurricular activities. More information about this scholarship can be found here.
- Stonemor Scholarship Program 
          - Through the generosity of StoneMor Inc., a scholarship foundation has been established to support students choosing to attend Archdiocesan high schools. This is a four-year academic merit based scholarship, in which the Admissions Committee nominates two students in the incoming 9th grade class for consideration of a $750 annual award. While there is no application for this scholarship, if your child is interested in the being considered, please bring it ti the attention of the Admissions Office once your child is registered for the upcoming school year.
- CEO of America Scholarship
The Children’s Educational Opportunity Fund provides scholarships of up $3,500 (or 80% of tuition if that is less) to families seeking to transfer from a public school to a private school.
- Students must be currently enrolled in a public school and looking to enroll in a private school
- Total household income does not exceed $60,000 annually
- Students currently resides in Pennsylvania
- Students are enrolled in grades 9-11 
Click here for further details and application information
If your child is a current Carroll student and you are interested in new scholarship opportunities, you can click here to view what awards are currently available. As more do become active, this list will be updated!