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            6410 South Dante Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637
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            Tuition, Scholarships & Financial Assistance



            100% of MC students receive financial assistance. Scholarships and financial aid enable Mount Carmel High School to attract the best students regardless of their financial circumstances. That is why every student at Mount Carmel receives the John F. McCarthy Scholarship which is funded by the school’s endowment fund. Gifts to the Scholarship Fund and Men of Carmel Fund also help keep tuition affordable. Further financial assistance comes through a variety of privately-funded scholarships.


            In August 2017, with bipartisan support, the House and Senate passed a comprehensive education funding bill that was signed into law by the governor. The law includes a provision for tax credit scholarships, which provide strong incentives for donors to support non-public school scholarships for low-income students in the state. Illinois students from low-income families may use these new scholarships to attend a non-public school of their choice.


            A number of awards are available to currently enrolled students each year by application beginning in January.  Selections are determined through essay competition and/or committee review.  The application deadline is February 1st, 中国体彩发布的官方app:
            is awarded to two rising seniors who have demonstrated a strong work ethic and will benefit from financial assistance in their senior year. ($3,000, one time)
            is awarded to a student who has learned what it means to be a Man of Carmel as raised by a single parent, or with the responsibility of being the first member of his family to attend college. ($1,000, one time)
            The Promise Scholarship recipients are seniors who have been nominated by our principal and president.  The recipients of this scholarship are expected to carry the values and legacy of Mount Carmel into the future, and to pay forward the generosity of this award through future contributions of time, talent, and treasure. This award is determined by committee selection.  No application is required. (Varies)
            The Fr. Aloysius Sieracki, O.Carm Scholarship honors the legacy of Fr. Al by awarding students who have demonstrated excellence in mathematics. This award is determined by committee selection.  No application is required. ($2,500, one time)
            – This need-based award honors the legacy of Mr. Sommer and extended family and is available to all current students. ($1,200, one time)
            is awarded to one rising senior who has demonstrated a commitment to academic excellence as well as a passion for enhancing the Mount Carmel community through a variety of extra-curricular contributions. ($2,000, one time)

            Scholarships for incoming Freshmen

            The following scholarships are for incoming freshmen and are awarded based on criteria specified in applications.  To access an application, please click the scholarship name and fill out the linked form.
            The deadline for applications has passed for the 中国体彩发布的官方app-2021 school year. 
            The Fr. David Dillon, O.Carm. ‘57 Scholarships - Students who score in the 98th or 99th percentile on the HSPT will receive a full-tuition scholarship for all four years, based on continued strength in academics and commitment to Caravan Values.
            The Nicholas A. Iosue Academic Scholarships - Students who score in the 85th to 97th percentile on the HSPT will receive a tuition reduction scholarship of 25% for all four years, based on continued strength in academics and commitment to Caravan Values.
            The Gilmore Legacy Scholarship– is an award for students whose father, grandfather, or great-grandfather attended Mount Carmel. ($1,000, renewable)
            The Shoulder to Shoulder Scholarship - is an award for families that have multiple students concurrently enrolled at Mount Carmel High School.
            ($1,500 for the second sibling and $3,000 for the third sibling, renewable)
            Public Safety First Responder Scholarship – is an award for students whose parents serve as police officers, firefighters, or paramedics. This award is also available to students who have a parent currently deployed in the U.S. military. Verification is required. 
            ($1,000, renewable)
            The James Barda Leadership Award honors Jim Barda who passed away the summer before his anticipated graduation from Mount Carmel.  Established by family members and the Class of 1963 friends. Barda Leaders are held to high expectations inside and outside of the classroom.
            ($2,000, renewable)
            B.P.A.C. Scholarship is a need-based award established by members of the Class of 1959 who grew up in the South Shore neighborhood. This scholarship is available to graduates of St. Philip Neri School.
            ($1,000 and above)
            The John J. Hrisney ’63 Scholarship is a need-based scholarship designed to assist students who fit the profile of a Caravan man and who are committed to bettering themselves and the Mount Carmel community.
            ($1,500, renewable)
            The Hynan Family Award supports families who have three or more students enrolled in Catholic schools.
            ($2,000, renewable)
            The Lenti Legacy Scholarship is a need-based scholarship awarded to one incoming freshman who has demonstrated leadership in the community and in the classroom.
            ($2,500, renewable)
            The McDonald Family Award is a need-based scholarship awarded to one incoming freshman that has submitted an essay regarding why they have chosen to attend Mount Carmel and how their work ethic can propel them toward their goals.
            ($1,250, renewable)
            The James McHugh Family Scholarship is awarded to one incoming student each year who is a direct descendant of an alum and presents a strong case for how his heritage has shaped who he is and what his goals are.
            ($1,500, renewable)
            The MC President’s Scholarship – This award is given to one incoming freshman who has demonstrated success in the classroom and community. This scholarship is determined by committee selection. No application is required.
            ($10,000, renewable)
            The Stella Myers Scholarship is awarded to one incoming freshman who has demonstrated a strong work ethic outside of the classroom. ($1,500, renewable)
            The Frank Swiderski, Jr. Scholarship is a need-based scholarship awarded to an incoming freshman who has an interest in the arts.
            ($5,000, renewable)
            Families with students in 7th and 8th grade should also check with the organizations listed below for potential awards.  Many of these scholarship partners have fall deadlines in place, so it is important to plan ahead and make inquiries early!
            Big Shoulders- Students who are current recipients of Big Shoulders funding should consult with their principal to determine if the award is valid in high school. The application opens on January 14, 中国体彩发布的官方app, at 8:00 am. Mount Carmel will assist with information and applications at the school at 7:00 am.
            Chicago Fire Department Gold Badge Society- 
            All scholarships are available to graduating, qualifying children of active, disabled, retired or deceased firefighters or paramedics of the Chicago Fire Department. Application deadline March 31, 中国体彩发布的官方app. 
            $2,000, one-time award.
            Daniel Murphy Scholarship Foundation - $5,000 annually. Application deadline October 18, 2019.
            Folds of Honor Scholarships - Assistance available to children of fallen or disabled service members. Application open February 1, 中国体彩发布的官方app-  March 31, 中国体彩发布的官方app.
            High Sight - Awards vary, renewable. Applications will be available in February 中国体彩发布的官方app for the 中国体彩发布的官方app-2021 school year. Deadline March 15, 中国体彩发布的官方app.
            Holy Family Chicago Scholars (HFS) - Number and amount of awards each year varies, renewable.
            LINK, Unlimited - Awards vary, renewable. Application deadline December 6, 2019.
            The Quigley Scholars Program - $2,500, renewable. 


            All internal scholarship are renewable if the student meets the minimum requirement. Barda, Legacy, Shoulder to Shoulder, McHugh, McDonald and merit scholarships are automatically renewed. For all other scholarships, students must reapply each academic year. All students receiving scholarships have the responsibilities listed below. In addition, each scholarship may have other requirements such as service hours, or higher GPA requirements. Details will be outlined in scholarship notification letters. Minimum requirements for all scholarship recipients are:
            • To work to achieve his academic potential, and to maintain a minimum GPA of at least 2.0; (**Academic Scholarship requirements vary);
            • To participate annually in at least one sport or extracurricular activities of the student’s choice;
            • To cooperate with all school policies and procedures and maintain an excellent discipline record;
            • To participate in school events and student fundraisers such as the annual walkathon.

            For additional information about Scholarships please contact Tara Pink, Director of Scholarships & Annual Giving at tpink@. 

            Mount Carmel High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at that school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration or its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.


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