offers an array of scholarships and need-based tuition assistance to qualified students.
FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment will be conducting the financial need analysis once again for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia/BLOCS & St. Hubert for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year.
Families applying for financial aid will need to complete an application starting October 1, 2018 and submit the necessary supporting documentation to be considered for Financial Aid. Applicants can apply online by clicking the FACTS link at: https://online.factsmgt.com/aid
Once you complete an online application, you will need to send the following information to FACTS to complete the application process:
Copies of your 2017 Federal tax forms including all supporting tax schedules.
**We recommend you upload all supporting documentation in PDF format online.**
Please submit all documentation no later than March 31, 2019.
You can also fax documentation to 866-315-9264 or mail it to the address below. Please be sure to include the applicant ID on all faxed or mailed correspondence.
FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment
P.O. Box 82524
Lincoln, NE 68501-2524
If you have questions or concerns about the application process, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 866-441-4637.
Priority Deadline for FACTS Grant & Aid Application(s) are December 31, 2018!!!!!!!
Please see the FACTS PDF for Helpful Instructions!!!
The Charles E. Ellis Foundation provides grants to girls who have financial need and meet the criteria set by the Ellis Foundation. Eligibility is limited to qualified female students in good academic standing, who reside in Philadelphia, live in a one-parent house-hold and request assistance. All applications must be sent by the applicant to Philadelphia Futures, who determine which students are eligible. Applications may be submitted January 1, 2019 and the deadline is March 1, 2019, for the 2019-2020 school year.
Some EITC money that is designated to our school is distributed through the Bridge Foundation. The School is responsible for sending the applications of those eligible to the Bridge Foundation. Please attach an IRS Federal Form 1040 for each adult living in the household. If you are not required to submit a 1040, you must submit a copy of this letter that must be notarized and attached to your Bridge Application.
The Maguire Foundation, in partnership with the Faith in the Future Foundation, will award per-year scholarships to at least six students in each of the eighteen qualifying Philadelphia-area Catholic High Schools. The current program is specific to Freshmen entering the Class of 2023 as of Fall 2019. The scholarship is renewable for each of the four years of high school, given that the Maguire Scholar maintains a minimum GPA of 3.0, or the equivalent thereof as specified by the Office of Catholic Education, completes service hours and attends programs offered by the Maguire Foundation. Please note that special preference this year will be given to all current elementary school Maguire scholars attending IMS and Maguire Partner schools.
The Parent Association is offering a limited amount of $1,000.00 scholarships to current St. Hubert students. To be eligible for this scholarship, you must complete, sign and return the form to the Main Office by May 1, 2019. If your answers require additional space, feel free to use the reverse side, but do not attach any pages to this form. Contact Nancy Mulville, President of the Parent Association, at email@example.com for more information.
St. Hubert High School
First prize: $1,000.00 a year for four years
Second prize: $500.00 a year for four years
Students should submit two pieces of art work that show off their artistic strengths and their individual interests. A third piece should center on footwear (shoes, boots, etc), to focus on an entrance singular theme. Please do not submit work that is smaller than 8” x 10” or larger than 16” x 20”. DO NOT send more than three pieces.
Work does not need to be matted or framed. (This will have NO impact on judging)
Please don’t sign the front of your artwork, as judging needs to be anonymous.
Work can be mailed or hand delivered to Saint Hubert High School. Please make hand deliveries during regular school hours.
A short written paragraph explaining why you like (or love!) art should accompany your artwork, along with an application form. Winning students will need to take art all four years at Saint Hubert in order to maintain their scholarships.
(Closed) The Stamatios Burpulis Memorial Art Scholarship (Closed)
Accomplished artist Stamatios “Nick" Burpulis, husband of Marianne Sisco Burpulis '67 and father of Marisa Burpulis '02 passed away in March 2012.
Many of Nick's pieces can be seen on and around the campus of St. Hubert. One of his most notable and recognizable works to our community is the kneeling sculpture of St. Hubert in front of the deer that has been on display in the courtyard next to the main entrance for over 20 years.
In appreciation for Nick's passion for and love of art, a memorial scholarship was established in his name in the Spring of 2012.
The Stamatios Burpulis Memorial Art Scholarship will be open to the incoming Freshman Class of 2019, soon.
Instrumental & Vocal Music Scholarships
The Instrumental Music Scholarship is open to incoming freshman for the Class of 2023 who demonstrate excellence in and passion for music endeavors that can be supported by the St. Hubert Music Program. The Vocal Music Scholarship is open to incoming freshman for the Class of 2023 who demonstrate excellence in and passion for vocal music endeavors that can be supported by the St. Hubert Music Program. Students who are awarded a voice scholarship participate in choral groups and cantor for school assemblies and recitals.
“Chuck" Cassidy Scholarship -- February 1 through April 30 (Deadline April 30th)
Children of Philadelphia Police Officers who attend St. Hubert or Father Judge High School are eligible to apply.
Daniel Sweeney Memorial Scholarship
The Daniel Sweeney Memorial Scholarship Fund was established to honor Firefighter Daniel Sweeney, a graduate of BishopMcDevitt High School, Class of 2005. The scholarship fund was established through kind-hearted citizens who have sent the Sweeney family money in his honor. The purpose of the fund is to assist families whose children are attending an Archdiocesan High School. This scholarship is open to all students, without regard to race, gender, national origin or religious beliefs. The intent of this scholar is to help families with the education of their children. For the application and more information please click on the link below.