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2019-2020 SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Welcome to the Class of 2023! This page includes scholarships for incoming freshman which do not require a separate application from interested students. These scholarships are awarded to students based on Entrance Exam Scores and School Transcripts, or chosen by an independent selection committee and you do not need to apply directly for them.

THE SCHOLARSHIPS LISTED BELOW DO NOT REQUIRE DIRECT APPLICATION FROM STUDENTS IN THE CLASS OF 2023.

  • The Alumni Association Scholarship

    Eligibility: Incoming Freshman in the 2019/ 2020 school year

    The Alumni Association Scholarships are awarded to incoming freshman whose families could not otherwise afford a CBA education.

    Alumni Association scholarships are full scholarships that are based on financial need, academics, community service and a commitment to others.

  • The De La Salle Scholarship

    Eligibility: Incoming Freshmen in the 2019/ 2020 school year.

    The De La Salle Scholarships are awards of $10,000 determined on the basis of entrance exam scores, grade reports and evaluations from the applicant’s previous school, the contents of the application, and the essay written during the entrance exam.  These scholarships are awarded by the President of Christian Brothers Academy and no further materials are needed to apply.

    These scholarships are renewable for three additional years as long as the recipient maintains a GPA of 93.
  • The Founders Scholarship

    Eligibility: Incoming Freshmen in the 2019/ 2020 school year. 

    Named in memory of John Henderson. John Fleming and George Sheehan, the founders of CBA, the Founders Scholarships are awards of $5,000 determined on the basis of entrance exam scores, grade reports and evaluations from the applicant’s previous school, the contents of the application, and the essay written during the entrance exam.  These scholarships are awarded by the President of Christian Brothers Academy and no further materials are needed to apply.

    These scholarships are renewable for three additional years as long as the recipient maintains a GPA of 90.
  • The Teddy Gmelich Memorial Scholarship

    Eligibility: Any student in the 2019/ 2020 school year

    The “Teddy Fund” was established by Victoria and Justin Gmelich, in memory of their infant son. The fund provides full scholarships for academically capable young men whose families could not otherwise afford a CBA education. Scholarship selections are made by the Edward Hall Gmelich Memorial Scholarship Fund.
  • The Brother Christian Jones FSC Memorial Scholarship for Mathematics

    Eligibility: Incoming freshmen in the 2019/ 2020 school year

    The Brother Christian Jones FSC Memorial Scholarship is offered  to support an incoming freshman who has demonstrated a high proficiency in the subject of mathematics.

    Candidates are determined based on performance on the math portion of the CBA entrance exam; qualified candidates will receive notification of their eligibility in the mail. The scholarship is awarded based on the student’s performance on a separate test that eligible candidates will be invited to take.

    This $2,500 scholarship will be applied only in the 2019/ 2020 school year.

  • The Brother Andrew O'Gara FSC Memorial Scholarship

    Eligibility: Incoming Freshman in the 2019/ 2020 school year

    Named in memory of CBA’s first President, The Brother Andrew O’Gara, FSC Memorial Scholarships are awards of $5,000 determined on the basis of entrance exam scores, grade reports and evaluations from the applicant’s previous school, the contents of the application, and the essay written during the entrance exam.  These scholarships are awarded by the President of Christian Brothers Academy and no further materials are needed to apply.

    This scholarship is renewable for three additional years as long as the student maintains a GPA of 93.

  • The Peter R. Santanello Scholarship

    Eligibility: Incoming Freshmen in the 2019/ 2020 school year

    This $2,500 scholarship, founded in honor of Mr. Peter R. Santanello who served the CBA community for 41 years as the first layman to be appointed Principal. This scholarship is based on financial need and math aptitude, and is selected by the President of CBA.

    This scholarship is renewable for three additional years as long as the recipient maintains a GPA of 86.