at Roselle Catholic
Roselle Catholic annually distributes over $250,000 in merit scholarships to our students based on academic achievement, community service and character.
Prospective students can secure an application for scholarship consideration from Mrs. Nancy Fischetti, our Registrar, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 908.245.2350.
For a printable scholarship application, CLICK HERE to download.
The deadline for submission for the 2017-2018 school year is December 15, 2017.
St. Marcellin Champagnat
An award of $8,000 ($2000 per year) will be given to each student registering at Roselle Catholic who is the Valedictorian of his/her elementary school's graduating class. An Award of $4,000 ($1000) will be given to each student registering at Roselle Catholic who is the Salutatorian of his/her elementary school graduating class.
Brother Joseph Abel, FMS Memorial
Each feeder grammar school that currently has 20 or more students in attendance at RC may nominate students who have chosen Roselle Catholic as their first choice for high school. A review committee from Roselle Catholic will select scholarship winners from each of the feeder grammar schools. The scholarships will be in the amount of $350 per year per student, renewable annually provided the student remains in good academic standing and manifests leadership qualities.
Scholarships in the amount of $1,500 each will be awarded to the students who placed First, Second, or Third in any area of competition in the Scholastic Olympics, who have chosen RC as their First, Second or Third Choice for high school on the COOP entrance exam. These Scholarships are awarded for Freshman year only. Students will be notified of the award along with their acceptance letters.
A comment about "Athletic Scholarships"
Roselle Catholic High School does not award athletic scholarships. The NJSIAA bans the awarding of athletic scholarships. Any student who claims otherwise runs the risk of forfeiting any financial assistance he/she might have received under our scholarship or financial need programs.