We are committed to working with all families seeking an affordable, values-based, Catholic education.
Conwell-Egan Catholic High School offers a number of ways to make Catholic education affordable to our students, who come to us from Bucks County, Northeast Philadelphia, and central New Jersey communities located in Burlington and Mercer County, including Trenton, Ewing, Hamilton, and Lawrenceville Townships.
Each year, the Presidential Advancement team offers scholarships to incoming freshmen based on academic achievement and the results of the eighth grade Scholarship/Entrance Exam. In addition, a 7th grade test prep workshop will be held to prepare the 7th grade students for the upcoming year in the summer.
Click here for more information on the Scholarship/Entrance Exam.
The award is $2,000 one-year scholarship that is applied directly to tuition.
Selection of the scholarship award will be determined by the Duffy family and any members of a committee chosen by them.
All applications must be submitted to Conwell-Egan Catholic High School by December 19, 2019.
This is an invite-only exam. These are four-year, full tuition scholarships awarded to entering ninth graders based on the results of an Archdiocesan-wide scholarship testing program. The program is sponsored by and funded through the generosity of the Connelly Foundation. Participation is handled through the parish elementary schools and awards are made on a vicariate basis.
Please check back soon for the date for the 2019 Neumann Scholarship exam.
Gifts from Gwyn offers two separate scholarships, one to a current CEC student, and one to a Holy Family Regional student headed to CEC for the Class of 2024.
Eligibility For Holy Family Students
Eligibility for CEC Students
Criteria for Scholarships at Holy Family and CEC
DLFF CEC SCHOLARSHIP
The Danaher Lynch Family Foundation is pleased to offer DLFF CEC Scholarships for the Class of 2024.
DLFF is a strong supporter of Catholic education in the Lower Bucks County area. Through the values-based education that Conwell-Egan Catholic offers, we are confident that students will experience an educational program that supports their current interests and needs as well as provides opportunities to strengthen their future beyond high school. DLFF is also proud of the extensive and vibrant community that we have built among our current DLFF Scholars.
Eligibility & Details
· Open to all incoming freshman in the class of 2024
· Requires completion of the DLFF online scholarship application at https://DLFF.org/scholarships. (No paper applications are available)
Applicants may be considered for one of three types of DLFF Scholarships:
1. DLFF Community Scholarship
2. DLFF Performing Arts Scholarship
3. DLFF Visual Arts Scholarship
All DLFF Awards are valued at $2,000 per year and renewable if the recipient is compliant with the DLFF Scholarship policy.
Criteria for Selection
· Academic Ability
· Evidence of accountability, initiative, leadership, responsibility and service qualities along with participation in current school community.
· Two Letters of Recommendation including one from a current Principal and Vice Principal. Instructions for requesting these letters are included in the online application.
· Applications must be on file with Conwell Egan Catholic High School for the Class of 2024
· Applications must be on file with the FACTS Grant and Aid system.
· All applications must be submitted to DLFF by 12/6/19
· Selection of the DLFF awards will be determined by the DLFF Scholarship committee as well as the CEC Fine Arts Department.
· As many as 15-20 recipients may be selected for a DLFF CEC Scholarship award.
· Recipients of DLFF CEC Scholarships will be notified in January 2020.
Please go to https://DLFF.org/scholarships to apply!
CEC is proud to announce an additional scholarship opportunity for the Class of 2024. The
Szwak Family Scholarship Foundation will offer four (4) incoming freshmen a four-year
Please see the attached scholarship application and guidelines. The deadline to apply for the
scholarship is February 1, 2020.
Applications may be submitted to the Admissions Office at CEC or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Twenty grants are awarded to 8th-grade students who plan to attend an Archdiocesan high school.
These grants are payable in equal semi-annual installments over their four years of high school.
All grants are awarded on the basis of academic ability and financial need. The students must meet minimum academic criteria each semester as ascertained by the school submitting their academic transcripts to the fund at the end of January and end of the school year.
You may request an application before January 21, 2020 by visiting http://www.necathalumni.org/Charities/index.asp
Go to the News page, click the Scholarship Fund button, and then request form highlighted in red.
For additional information, call Treasurer Leonard F. Knobbs at 215-543-1051. The application is linked below!
The Charles E. Ellis Trust for Girls (The Ellis Trust) helps eligible young women in Philadelphia excel in high school and be prepared for post-secondary success.
For girls attending independent and private/parochial high schools, we award grants to help cover the cost of tuition.
Online applications for the Ellis Trust tuition assistance grants for girls attending independent high schools and parochial high schools are now available and must be submitted online by midnight Friday, March 15, 2020. Applicants must use the Ellis Trust online application to be considered for a tuition assistance grant. Before submitting an online application, please review the grant requirements in the Eligibility section below.
Grants from the Ellis Trust are awarded to girls entering grades nine through twelve who meet the following criteria:
For more information and to apply, go to http://www.ellistrust.org
Cardinal Justin Rigali, then Archbishop of Philadelphia, announced on Monday, March 3, 2008, that the Archdiocese of Philadelphia had received a bequest to fund a scholarship in honor of Monsignor John T. Mitchell. Monsignor Mitchell served as a priest of the Archdiocese from 1939 through 1981. During that time, he was the Pastor of Saint Ignatius of Loyola and Saint Francis de Sales Parishes in West Philadelphia, where he was known for his faithful ministry to African American Catholics. In light of this, the Monsignor Mitchell Scholarship Fund will support high school students in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia who are Catholic and African American, with academic ability and financial need. One (or more, if economically feasible) one-year scholarship(s), up to $2,500, will be awarded annually based upon the determination of the Selection Committee. Student recipients must reapply each year.
Application Deadline – March 15, 2020
Criteria for selection:
Use the link below to see the full application and requirements: