Here at St. Joe's, we pride ourselves on making our quality education accessible and affordable to all families. Although we do provide generous financial aid packages for those who qualify, it is strongly encouraged that families apply for any applicable scholarships beforehand. Please see below for a list of available scholarships that our students are likely to qualify for.
If you have any questions regarding scholarship applications please reach out to our Admissions Director, Mrs. Kane.
Need Based Financial Aid
Diocesan Employee - $400
Indicate that you have Diocesan Employee status on your financial aid application and notify Nancy Provemcher at .
STJ Veterans Scholarship - $500
In honor of those who serve and have served, St. Joe's is proud to give one scholarship annually to a child whose parents or grandparents are serving or have served in one of the branches of the United States Armed Forces.
STJ Community Service Scholarship - $500
At St. Joe's, we value the building and strengthening of the community. We encourage all of our students to look past themselves to see how they can help others. We ask each St. Joe's student to reflect and identify what gifts they have that they can share with others.
CMC Heart & Hands Scholarship - $1,500
The CMC Heart & Hands scholarship will be open to any student, grades 7-12 that attends a DIOCESAN or PARISH CATHOLIC SCHOOL! The one-time scholar- ship awards are $1,500 for a junior high students and $2,500 for high school students.
Bishop Christian Scholarship - Need based
Check back for more updates, application coming soon!
Children's Scholarship Fund - 25%, 50%, or 75% of total tuition
Provides scholarships for New Hampshire students who are struggling in their current public school to allow them to attend a school that is a better fit for them and their learning needs. Scholarships are awarded to students based on the metrics in the Education Tax Credit law, financial need (income and family size), and funds raised for tuition for a private school, an out-of-district public school, online school, or for homeschooling expenses.
Engineer Girl Writing Contest - $500
The contest is open to individual girls and boys in the following three competition categories: Elementary School Students (grades 3-5), Middle School Students in (grades 6-8), or High School Students (grades 9-12). This year, the writing prompt asks applicants to “Write a piece that salutes engineering’s role in meeting and defeating the challenges presented by COVID-19.”
Eco-Hero Awards Scholarship - $500
Action For Nature (AFN), a non-profit organization, created the International Young Eco-Hero Awards to recognize and reward the successful individual environmental initiatives of young people ages 8 to 16. AFN encourages young people around the world to carry out individual environmental action projects.
Girls Going Places Scholarship - $1,000-$10,000
In celebration of the spirit of young, female entrepreneurs, applicants will need to submit a personal statement and recommendation letter from an adult endorsing you as an accomplished female entrepreneur.
The Paradigm Challenge Scholarship - Up to $100,000
The Paradigm Challenge Scholarship is an annual competition that invites students to use kindness, creativity, and collaboration to help solve a real life problem and make a difference in the world.
Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
Scholastic Art & Writing Awards features a multitude of different scholarship opportunities that provide tuition assistance. Check out their website to learn more!
Prudential Spirit of Community Awards - $1,000-$5,000
Must be a legal US resident and have engaged in a volunteer activity that occurred during the 12 months prior to the date of the application