Merit Scholarships 2018-06-27T13:32:45+00:00

St. Mark’s Episcopal School Academic Merit Scholarships.

2018-2019 Academic Year

St. Mark’s is offering two new academic merit scholarships for the upcoming academic year of 2018-2019. We will offer one full-tuition and one half-tuition academic merit scholarship. The pool of students that we will draw from are currently enrolled St. Mark’s students and newly accepted rising 6th grade students.

Qualification Criteria:

One full-tuition Academic Merit Scholarship will be awarded to the student with the highest SSAT score. The student with the second highest St St. Mark’s. If the student withdraws from St. Mark’s, the remainder of the academic merit scholarship award is forfeited immediately.

For Additional Information:

Please contact Laura Minor, Director of Admission and Financial Aid, at (954) 334-0149 or at

SAT score will receive a half-tuition scholarship. All students applying for scholarship must be either currently enrolled at St. Mark’s as a fifth-grade student or a prospective student who has been accepted into sixth-grade at St. Mark’s Episcopal School for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Current Students – Any current rising 6th grade student who would like to apply for the academic merit scholarship must register for and complete the SSAT test by the January 5, 2019 test date.

Prospective Students – Any prospective rising 6th grade student must complete and submit the Online Admission application by February 1, 2019. To proceed with the admission process, “Apply Today”.

We encourage current and prospective families to register their rising 6th grade student for the SSAT at St. Mark’s Episcopal School (School Code #6727) by visiting on any of the following dates:

• October 13, 2018
• November 10, 2018
• December 8, 2018
• January 5, 2019

Once a student receives this award, maintaining the scholarship is contingent upon the student achieving Honor Roll or Head of School status every quarter and exhibiting exemplary behavior during his/her tenure.

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