Saturday School : Scholarships

Scholarship Opportunities for High School Students

Merit Scholarships

A limited number of $100 merit scholarships will be awarded each semester. These awards are first come, first served and are awarded based off of teacher recommendation. To apply, students must complete the Merit Scholarship Application (below) and return it with payment of $265 (remaining tuition and fees). If not awarded a scholarship, the student will have the option to withdraw or to be billed the remaining $100. 
 

Download Saturday School 2015-16 $100 Merit Scholarship Application >>
 

$100 Merit Scholarship Deadlines

  • Fall 2015: Friday, October 9, 2015
  • Spring 2016: Friday, February 5, 2016
     

 

Full Tuition Scholarships

Students must live in the Philadelphia Area to be eligible for this scholarship. 

A limited number of $375 Full Tuition scholarships will be awarded each semester. These awards are first come, first served and are awards are made based off of talent and financial need. To apply, students must complete the Full Tuition Scholarship Application (below) and return it by the full tuition scholarship deadline. If not awarded a scholarship, students will have the option to be billed for any balance due. 

Download Saturday School 2015-16 Full Tuition Scholarship Application >>
 

Full Tuition Scholarship Deadlines

  • Fall 2015: Friday, October 2, 2015
  • Spring 2016: Friday, January 29, 2016

 

Full Tuition Scholarships are generously funded by the Louis N. Cassett Foundation, the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation, the Mill Spring Foundation and the University of the Arts.

 
THE ELLIS TRUST FOR GIRLS
The Ellis Trust for Girls helps young women of limited financial means, living in single-parent homes, enhance their high school experience and prepare for post-secondary success.  They foster academic and personal growth by offering meaningful and high-impact opportunities for young women.

Each year they award grants to eligible young women, residing in Philadelphia, to support their education and life goals by providing funds for education-related expenses and academic and personal development programs for students attending public and charter high schools.  For more information, please call 215.790.1666, extension 442 or go to www.ellistrust.org.

 

Students must apply for scholarships at the time of registration. Scholarship applicants cannot register online. Students who are already registered for a Pre-College Saturday School course will be ineligible for a scholarship for that term and retroactive refunds will not be processed.