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Scholarships & Grants

Financial Needs Assessment
We never want financial barriers to be a deterrent from attending Central Catholic.

Central Catholic uses FACTS Grant & Aid system to process scholarship and grant applications. Families interested in applying for merit based awards and grants will need to complete a Financial Needs Assessment. FACTS will be open for 2019-2020 applications beginning January 1, 2019. We highly recommend parents to apply.

Our school code is 1611.
For Incoming Freshman
President’s Scholar Award: Renewable awards will be available to Class of 2023 students who demonstrate achievement in areas of scholarship, leadership, and moral character; score at or above the 85th percentile on the HSPT; have a minimum GPA of 3.75, and; demonstrate an understanding of Marianist Charisms and Central Catholic’s core values
APPLY HERE for the President's Scholar Award!
Central Catholic High School William Joseph Chaminade Scholarship: a $1,200 scholarship provided to the highest ranking boy in his 8th grade graduating class, renewable every year if the student achieves a 3.5 GPA at the end of the academic year and attends Central Catholic
The Central Catholic HSPT Marianist Scholarship: a $1,000 scholarship provided to an entering freshman who scores at or above the 90th percentile on the HSPT, renewable every year if the student achieves a 3.5 GPA at the end of each academic year; a $800 scholarship provided to an entering freshman who scores between 85% and 89% percentile on the HSPT, renewable every year if the student achieves a 3.3 GPA at the end of each academic year

For New and Current Students
Central Catholic also offers academic scholarships for students with a certain GPA average and/or interest that the donor (originator of the scholarship) has requested. Some of these scholarships are also based on financial need.
Please visit our Merit-Based Scholarship Website for additional information and to apply!
Truck Raffle and Volunteer Opportunities
Students can earn credit on their tuition account by selling a specified amount truck raffle tickets. The more tickets the student sells, the greater the credit.
Grant Opportunities
Superintendent Grant: intended to assist an incoming freshman family transition from a public school, charter school, or home school and the family showcases income need. Grant availability is limited; therefore, we encourage families to apply early. Qualifications for this grant are:
Student applying must be an incoming freshman
Complete the Financial Needs Assessment
Hope for the Future: available to Catholic and non-Catholic students who meet eligibility requirements and enroll in one of the Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of San Antonio
The application for this assistance is available HERE.
Tuition Assistance Program
In partnership with Aramark and Sabor, the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) allows parents/guardians to manage and staff concession stands at events held at the ATT Center, Freeman & Harry Coliseum, Toyota field, and Alamodome.  For each event worked a percentage of concession proceeds are returned to Central Catholic School and applied as payment towards tuition costs. 
Benefits of being part of this organization:
- Make your own schedule. Events help are distributed each month and you decide which events you can work at.
- Payments are posted directly to your student's account, hassle free on a monthly basis 
- An organization comprised of dedicated and hard-working parents. Team environment and partake in social activities to build teamwork.
Typical events consist of set-up/ food prep, sales, and clean up. Requirements: current TABC license, commitment, ability to work in a team environment and like to have fun!
For more information contact:
Sandi Badillo—T.A.P’s Coordinator
Cell # 210.380.0810