High School Placement Information
Fordham Prep *
Grace Church School
The Hewitt School *
Loyola School *
Marymount School of New York *
Notre Dame School *
Convent of the Sacred Heart *
St. Jean Baptiste
St. John's Prep (Astoria Queens)
Saint Peter's Prep (Jersey City, NJ)
St. Vincent Ferrer *
Archbishop Stepinac High School
Trevor Day School *
The Ursuline School
Regis Nomination Information
If an applicant is in a Catholic school in the New York Metropolitan area, he must be nominated directly by his principal or 8th grade teacher. They will prescreen applicants based on the criteria above and submit a nomination form online. The nominated student will receive an e-mail from the admissions office with a one-time student application access code which will allow him to set up an admissions account.
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Sacred Heart and Marymount School Merit Scholarship Criteria
Convent of the Sacred Heart Merit Scholarship
The Sacred Heart Scholarship is a partial merit scholarship awarded to young women who currently attend Catholic Parochial school. Students must show strong leadership and character and score in the 95th percentile or above on standardized testing. To be considered for the Sacred Heart Scholarship, students must be nominated by their 8th grade teacher or school principal. Additional financial aid is available to students who qualify. Information is sent out in the spring of 7th grade to all the Parochial schools in the surrounding area.
Marymount School of New York’s Butler Scholar Program
The Butler Scholar Program provides opportunities for academically gifted students with outstanding leadership potential and exemplary personal values to attend Marymount's Upper School. The program seeks to enrich its community by attracting a diverse student body from parochial schools and Catholic parishes in the greater metropolitan area.
In order to be eligible for the Butler Scholar test, students must be baptized Catholic or attend parochial schools. In addition, they must be nominated or approved by their school principal on the basis of their academic potential, leadership ability, and exemplary character. As this is a highly competitive process, we advise principals to approve students only if they are one of the top students of the seventh grade class. Butler Scholar candidates are nominated by their principals.