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SCA Scholarships

Academic Scholarships (based on the SCA Placement Exam / HSPT)

Academic scholarships are automatically awarded based on HSPT composite score. No application needed.

Pope Saint John Paul II Academy Scholarship -$3,000

  • A score of 99 and above will receive a $3,000 scholarship
  • Student must maintain a 3.75 GPA to have the scholarship renewed on a yearly basis

St. Scholastica Scholarship -$2,500

  • 95 to 98 will receive a $2,500 scholarship
  • Student must maintain a 3.75 GPA to have the scholarship renewed on a yearly basis

St. Katharine Drexel Scholarship -$1,500

  • 90 to 94 will receive a $1,500 scholarship
  • Student must maintain a 3.5 GPA to have the scholarship renewed on a yearly basis

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Scholarship -$500

  • 85 to 89 will receive a $500 scholarship
  • Student must maintain a 3.5 GPA to have the scholarship renewed on a yearly basis

Missionary Heart Leadership Scholarship

Missionary Heart Leadership Scholarship – incoming freshmen only

This scholarship seeks to recognize and reward those students who demonstrate the qualities of responsibility, integrity and leadership in service to their school and community.  These are characteristics emulated by those with a missionary’s heart in utilizing their talents to serve others.  Candidates must provide information on previous leadership and service activities in school, parish or community service.

Scholarship award $1,000.00

Requirements:

All components of the scholarship application MUST be received in paper format (no email submissions). The scholarship application may be dropped off or mailed to:

Admissions
28200 Napier Rd
Wixom, MI 48393

All of the following must be included in the submission in order for it to be considered:

  • 3 Service Activities: Complete an activities verification form for each activity (at the bottom of this page)
  • 400-600 Word Essay:

Jesus spent his public life going from town to town ministering to the people.  By doing so, he taught his disciples (and us) how to be Christian leaders.  What do you believe it means to be a leader and how do you use the gifts God has given you to serve others?

Deadline to submit materials: January 14, 2022

Related Documents

Activities Verification Form PDF

St. Catherine of Siena Scholarship

St. Catherine of Siena Scholarship – incoming freshmen only

This scholarship seeks to recognize students of outstanding virtue and character. Like St. Catherine of Siena, this young woman should exemplify a strength of faith that inspires others and demonstrate a life of virtue.

Scholarship award $1,000.00

Requirements:

All components of the scholarship application MUST be received in paper format (no email submissions). The scholarship application may be dropped off or mailed to:

Admissions
28200 Napier Rd
Wixom, MI 48393

All of the following must be included in the submission in order for it to be considered:

  • (2) Letters of Recommendation:
    • Family/Friend, School, Parish
    • Recommenders rank candidates according to the virtues/traits using the St. Catherine Scholarship Recommender Form (at the bottom of this page)
  • 400-600 Word Essay:

Jesus asked his disciples, “Who do you say that I am?”  How would you answer Jesus if he asked you that question?  How do you live your life as one of his disciples?

  • Interview with SCA staff

Deadline to submit materials: January 14, 2022

Related Documents

Scholarship Recommendation Form PDF

 

Feminine Genius Scholarship

St. Catherine of Siena Scholarship – incoming freshmen only

For this scholarship students explore what a faith-filled woman looks like in her daily life and the influence her love for the Lord, her family, and her community can have on the world around her.

Scholarship award $1,000.00

Requirements:

All components of the scholarship application MUST be received in paper format (no email submissions). The scholarship application may be dropped off or mailed to:

Admissions
28200 Napier Rd
Wixom, MI 48393

All of the following must be included in the submission in order for it to be considered:

  • 400-600 Word Essay
  • Students write a 400-600 word essay reflecting on the prompt,

“The messages of contemporary culture often tell women that their value lies in how they look or what they accomplish. From a Christian perspective what is the source of a woman’s dignity and how does this influence her daily choices and affect the world around her.”

  • Include a minimum of 1 source in the essay

Deadline to submit materials: January 14, 2022

“This high school builds the whole young woman intellectually, spiritually, and teaches the feminine genius approach to life. Amen!”

Chrissy

“An excellent school that brings the girls together more like sisters rather than friends.”

Zina

“An excellent community for families that want to stay involved!”

Leighanne

“My family has had an excellent experience at this school so far. Beyond the beautiful new facility, I have been impressed with the teachers and the administration! They challenge the girls both academically and spiritually, they know them by name, and appear to have a genuine concern for each individual student. The school really feels like a family. As a parent, it is a blessing to me to know that my daughter is in such good hands when I drop her off everyday.”

SCA Parent

“SCA proves you can educate young women to both get into Heaven and Harvard!”

SCA Parent

“This school has a very strong faith atmosphere! The school is fairly new, but is starting to build a name for itself both spiritually and academically. The faculty and staff rock!”

Student, Class of '19

“The community service, the focus on virtuous living, and the sisterhood really instills compassion and respect for all of humanity.”

SCA Parent

“This place (SCA) is about the best Catholic high school you can go to, in my opinion. The whole school isn’t just a school, but a family where everybody knows everybody. It’s a small enough school for that to be possible-and it’s really awesome! What makes SCA different is the people that make up the SCA family. There are no bullies and no one is mean to you. Everybody looks out for you and your teachers become friends….This place is really close to my heart.”

Alumna, Class of '12

“Recently attended an event at this school – very beautiful!”

Kenneth

“The school lives up to their mission statement by unlocking the feminine genius in the girls who go there and providing us with the opportunity to discover who we are meant to be.”

MaryKatherine