Each year, the Saint Scholarship is given to four incoming freshman. This 4-year renewable scholarship is open to all new incoming domestic students with an active application for the 9th grade. Students must have at least a B+ average in 6th and 7th grade and the first semester of 8th grade. In addition, to demonstrating academic excellence, applicants should also exhibit dedication to community service, leadership and citizenship.
Students can fill out the Saint Scholarship application begining January 19, 2021 Saint Scholarship Application. All applications and supporting documents are due by February 10, 2021.
Students who apply for financial aid by completing the FACTS Grant and Aid application are also considered for Diocesan and Endowed scholarships.
In addition to Diocesan and Endowed scholarships, families may apply to the three outside scholarships listed below. Some of these scholarships may have application deadlines.
James A. Greenleaf, Jr., Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Greenleaf Scholarship is available to students entering grade 9. It was established in memory of Jim Greenleaf, alumnus from the class of 1987, who lost his life in the September 11th attack on the World Trade Center. This scholarship will be awarded to one student in the amount of $12,000 for each year of high school at Saint Bernard School; there are also several $500 book awards. Click here to apply.
Margaret Twomey - Reagan Scholarship
Open to graduates of St. Joseph School, New London. Application and information about the scholarship will be sent to your home. If you have any questions, please see the Advancement Office.
The John T. And Helen Mooney Memorial Scholarship
The Mooney Scholarship is available to students entering grades 10,11 or 12. This scholarship, established in 1998, honors the parents of seven Saint Bernard alumni, who together select a recipient of the scholarship each year. More information and the application can be found on the Mooney Memorial Scholarship website.