St. Andrew's Merit Scholarship Program offers two prestigious scholarships, the Malone Scholarship and Julia Chadwick Arches to Excellence Scholarship, for academically exceptional students with financial need who are entering grades 7-12.
The Malone Scholarship was created consistent with the aspirations of The Malone Family Foundation whose principal initial objective is to improve access to quality education. Future St. Andrew's students and applicants for admission are encouraged to apply. Nevertheless, current St. Andrew's students are not prohibited from applying for a Malone Scholarship. The Julia Chadwick Arches to Excellence Scholarship was created with similar criteria and a consistent application process as the Malone Scholarship; the Chadwick scholarships are also open to admission applicants and current students in rising grades 7-12. The application process for the Merit program is rigorous, and recipients shine both at St. Andrew's and in their pursuits after commencement.
The Merit Scholarship Program not only makes it possible for these students to attend St. Andrew's, but also gives those students the preparation they need to succeed in college and in life. Scholarship recipients will be selected by a committee comprised of admission staff, administrators, and teachers and all applicant information will be shared with the selection committee confidentially.
Applicants for admission and merit should seek to also have submitted the following items from the admission process prior to February 1, 2024:
Completed applicant and parent questionnaire
Copy of the student's most recent report card
Two teacher recommendations (one English and one math)
Campus visit and interview with the Head of Middle or Upper School or admission committees
Financial Aid Application
Admission Applicants: Schedule admission testing in the form of the Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE) created by the ERB. Please designate St. Andrew's as a score recipient when you register. Our school code is 251424.
Current St. Andrew's Students: The Admission Office will work with the Middle and Upper School offices to verify that all St. Andrew's merit applicants are in the top 5% in their class and with the financial aid office to ensure financial need.
Once a student has completed the admission process, you must complete a confidential financial aid application through FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment. FACTS analyzes the information and suggests the amount your family can reasonably afford.