All scholarship details for the current students are listed below. 

The nomination and application deadline for the current 9th, 10th, and 11th grades is November 15!

These scholarships are offered specifically for students that do not receive financial aid or any other scholarships (as verified by Seton.)

All details for the incoming freshmen class can be found in our Future Saints section HERE.

A one-year scholarship will be awarded to current students honoring Amy’s exceptional love for life and her outstanding legacy at Seton!

Students who apply for this scholarship will also be considered for the Alumnae Super Saint Scholarship

Candidate will be chosen by a selection committee based on:

  • Submitting an essay no more than one page, double spaced, 11 pt Times New Roman font answering the following questions:

    What does Christian leadership mean to you?

    How have you demonstrated Christian leadership in your own life?

  • Does not receive financial aid or other scholarships (verified by Seton)

Deadline for essay submission is 5:00 p.m. on November 15, 2019, to Lisa Luebbe, luebbel@setoncincinnati.org.

Seton Helping Saints is offering a scholarship available to current freshmen, sophomores and juniors.  The scholarship has a minimum of $1,000 up to $2,500 towards tuition.  The scholarship amount depends on the essay submitted.  A minimum of two scholarships will be awarded and a maximum of five scholarships depending on the essays submitted.  This scholarship will be awarded to deserving students that have participating in a multiple different service opportunities and have learned the value of fulfilling the Seton Helping Saints Mission.

Download and print application HERE

Please turn in the application to the main office by Friday, November 15, 2019.

 

One-year Scholarships will be awarded to incoming freshmen, sophomores, juniors & seniors funded through the support of our amazing Alumnae!

Students who apply for the Super Saint Scholarship will also be considered for the Amy Lynn Rogers Scholarship.

Candidate will be chosen by a selection committee based on:

  • Submitting an essay no more than one page, double spaced, 11 pt Times New Roman font answering the following questions:

    What does Christian leadership mean to you?

    How have you demonstrated Christian leadership in your own life?

  • Does not receive financial aid or other scholarships (verified by Seton)

Deadline for essay submission is 5:00 p.m. on November 15, 2019, to Lisa Luebbe, luebbel@setoncincinnati.org.

One-year scholarships will be awarded to incoming freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors.  This scholarship recognizes students who exemplify the true meaning of the Seton Sisterhood, are supporters of Seton, show their school spirit with pride. Recipients are nominated by teachers or principals.

Criteria:

  • Involvement in school organizations, clubs and/or sports.
  • Students working to their ability academically, maintaining no lower than a C average
  • Does not receive financial aid or other scholarships (Seton will verify the eligibility of each candidate via student FACTS accounts.)
  • Completed the Seton Application/Admission Process (incoming freshmen)

Nominations: 

Current Seton freshmen, sophomores and juniors can be nominated for this scholarship by:

  • Fellow students
  • Seton Employees - Academic Advisors, Teachers, House Deans, Coaches or Staff Members
  • See upper right corner to download and print nomination form

Deadline for nomination submission is 5:00 p.m. on November 15, to Lisa Luebbe, luebbel@setoncincinnati.org.

Click HERE to download and print nomination form.

A one year scholarship will be awarded to a current spirited sophomore who exhibits qualities of kindness and impacts others in a positive way.  The recipient will be announced at an all-school assembly at Seton High School.  Students can be nominated by classmates, teachers, staff, faculty or coaches. 

Criteria:

  • Exhibits qualities of kindness and is a positive influence
  • Involvement in school organizations, clubs and or sports
  • Actively attends school or House events, supporting her Seton sisters
  • Students working to their ability academically
  • Does not receive financial aid or other scholarships (Seton will verify the eligibility of each candidate via student FACTS accounts.)

Nomination Requirements:

Current Seton sophomores can be nominated for this scholarship by:

  • Fellow Seton students
  • Seton Employees - Academic Advisors, Teachers, House Deans, Coaches or Staff Members

Deadline for nomination submission is 5:00 p.m. on November 15, to Lisa Luebbe, luebbel@setoncincinnati.org.

Click HERE to download and print nomination form.

Spirit of Seton Scholarship Nomination Form

Click here!