St. Francis Prep offers a number of full and partial scholarships, awarded to students who select SFP as their first choice. All scholarships are based on performance on the TACHS and CHSEE Exams (top percentile), 6th, 7th, and 8th grade marks, as well as attendance, lateness and conduct. Students are notified in their acceptance letters in January if they are recipients of a scholarship.
We also offer a need-based Tuition Assistance Program. All families are invited to apply. Applications are available through our finance office once a student is registered. Please contact Ms. Susan D’Andrea at ext. 225.
St. Francis Prep offers no interest, no fee payment plans. Registered applicants may inquire with Ms. Lisa Jones ext. 337.
The following websites offer outside scholarships, financial aid services, and sponsors who offer assistance. Please note that Saint Francis Preparatory School is not directly affiliated with any of these websites. There are many other websites in the Internet and students are encouraged to do a thorough search. It is recommended that you search by your parents' occupation (example: FDNY & NYPD, healthcare, Department of Sanitation, etc.), race, religion, and ethnicity/country of origin. Scholarships are also listed under the term Vouchers. Please carefully review the eligibility requirements as some sites mix high school and college scholarships together.
First, we recommend that families review this informational website on financing a private school education.
For students who are of Italian descent with a GPA of 3.0 (85% or B) or higher who are from households where the total gross income does not exceed $20,000 per capita are eligible. Only 8th graders who will enter high school as a freshmen in the Fall are eligible to apply.
St. Francis Prep is an SSP Partner School. Students who come from low income families and are academically average to below average are eligible and are encouraged to apply.
Students must be Catholic and a resident of Kings or Queens County. Families do not need to be associated with the Knights of Columbus.
In memory of Lt. Joseph Cavalieri, FF Christopher Bopp, and FF James Bohan the scholarship is open to any child of an active or retired member of UFA or UFOA entering a private H.S. For more information contact L-170, (718) 965-8257. Send applications to: A-Team Scholarship FDNY P.O. Box 360-395, Brooklyn, NY 11236.
FDNY Holy Name Society H.S. Scholarship
Available for Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island. The Holy Name Society always holds their H.S. Scholarship Test the first Saturday in December. Available to 8th graders, who are sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, and grandchildren of Holy Name Society members in good standing (including deceased members). Send applications to: Dispatcher William P. Treanor, 98 Bay Street, Bronx, NY 10464 or call (718) 885-0648.
FDNY Columbia Association
Columbia Association awards High School & College students. Candidates may compete if a parent (natural, step, or foster) is a member in good standing of the Columbia Association. Children of deceased members, who were in good standing at time of death, may also compete. Applications may be obtained online at: www.fdnycolumbia.com
FDNY Vikings Association
Available for family members of a member in good standing of the Vikings in a tuition paying H.S., college, and/or technical school. Applications may be obtained online at: www.fdnyvikings.org
Office of Admissions
Director of Admissions
Ms. Lisa Schaefer-Heuer
St. Francis Preparatory School
6100 Francis Lewis Blvd.
Fresh Meadows. NY 11365
(718) 423-8810 ext. 229
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