Our scholarships at Bishop Manogue are created and funded by private donations and benefactor memorial gifts.  We offer both need-based and merit-based scholarships and the criteria used for each scholarship is specific to each scholarship fund.  Please take the time to review each individual scholarship description for eligibility and application requirements. Bishop Manogue Catholic High School does not offer any athletic-based scholarships.

All 2020-21 scholarships are due by January 17, 2020. You will only receive notification if you are awarded a scholarship. Any questions please email scholarships@bishopmanogue.org.

This year, we are moving to a general application process for all applicants applying for the freshman and returning student scholarships. Please complete the BMCHS General Scholarship Application. Senior scholarships will still be submitted through individual forms for each application.

To be considered for any need-based scholarship, please complete the FACTS Grant and Aid Application first. Parents will need to have their 2018 tax returns prepared in order to complete the FACTS Application.

 

BMCHS General Scholarship Application

Use for all freshman and returning student scholarships. For the application, please click here.

FACTS Grant and Aid Application

For the application, please click here.

FACTS frequently asked questions can be answered here.

Incoming Freshman Scholarships

For a list of scholarships for incoming freshman students, please click here.

Returning/Transfer Student Scholarships

For a list of scholarships for returning or transfer students, please click here.

Graduating Senior Scholarships

For a list of scholarships for graduating seniors, please click here.

Scholarship Grant Organizations

For a list of scholarship grant organizations for new and returning students, please click here.

Continued Eligibility

To remain eligible for all Bishop Manogue scholarships, a student must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and remain in good behavioral standings.  If at any time during the school year, a student does not meet academic standards or does not adhere to the policies stated in the Bishop Manogue Catholic High School Parent-Student Handbook, the school can refuse to award financial aid, or revoke any financial aid awarded including scholarships.

Questions

For questions about scholarships and the application process, email Scholarships@BishopManogue.org or call Cindy Merritt 775-336-6024.

 

Starting a Scholarship

Starting a scholarship at Bishop Manogue is one of the most profound ways you can impact the life of a deserving student. With our region continuing to experience growth, the need to provide the opportunity for a faith-based, college-preparatory education has never been greater.

To start a scholarship or learn more about the process,  please contact April Gonzales at april.gonzales@bishopmanogue.org or 775-336-6061.