CLASS OF 2024 MERIT SCHOLARSHIP TESTING

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5TH  |  9 A.M. - NOON

In order to provide an extra opportunity to earn one of our Merit-based Scholarships, 8th grade students can take a standardized test on our campus. Not quite to the 80th percentile for our Founders Scholarship? Just short of the 90th percentile and a Marianist Scholarship? This gives you another chance.
 
Of course, if you have already earned a qualifying score in 7th or 8th grade, that will earn you a scholarship. This test is only an additional opportunity to get the score you need to qualify.
 
Students will take the online version of the High School Placement Test® to earn a qualifying core score. Check the criteria for our merit based scholarships below, as well as the from to register:

St. John Vianney High School offers competitive merit-based scholarships to students who meet certain academic criteria. To offer further opportunity to meet those criterion, Vianney is opening a date for current 8th graders to take the High School Placement Test® on our campus.

For any students who meet or exceed the standardized test qualifying score for either scholarship on this test will earn that scholarship*.

Here are the scholarships offered:

MARIANIST SCHOLARSHIP - $2,500 (Renewable all four years)

  • Selects Vianney as his first-choice school
  • Core score on the standardized test taken in 7th or 8th grade is at or above the 90th percentile
  • Earns a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA in his core classes from the start of 7th grade through the first semester of his 8th grade year
  • Demonstrates a commitment to community service

FOUNDERS SCHOLARSHIP - $1,500 (Renewable all four years)

  • Selects Vianney as his first-choice school
  • Core score on the standardized test taken in 7th or 8th grade is between 80th and 89th percentile
  • Earns a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA in his core classes from the start of 7th grade through the first semester of his 8th grade year
  • Demonstrates a commitment to community service

*Students meeting the test score requirement must still meet all other criteria listed.