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Scholarships

La Salle offers a number of merit scholarships to incoming ninth-graders. Unlike need-based financial aid, merit awards are based on demonstrated academic ability, achievement, leadership, creativity, and service.

Students may apply for both merit scholarships and consideration for tuition assistance. (In order to be considered for financial assistance, families must apply for need-based consideration through the FACTS online application process).

Applicants may apply for one or more merit scholarships, but recipients will receive no more than one award.
 
Merit Scholarship recipients are selected by the Scholarship Committee and will be notified via mail in mid-March whether they earned one. The deadline for applications for Merit Scholarship has passed.
 

Merit scholarships are awarded based on the following criteria:

  • All students must complete the High School Placement Test (HSPT) in order to be eligible for a scholarship award.
  • Scholarships are awarded to incoming freshmen only.
  • Scholarships range from one-year, $1,000 awards, to four-year, $2,500 awards ($10,000 total).
  • In order to retain multi-year scholarships, a recipient must maintain strong academic standing.
  • The Scholarship Committee will consider applicant’s 7th and 8th grade GPA, HSPT score, extracurricular activities, recommendations, and quality of the applicant’s essay.
  • Applicants may apply for more than one scholarship but recipients will receive no more than one scholarship.
  • The application deadline has passed.
  • Letters of recommendation were due January 12, 2018. 
 
MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS
 
Mary Jo Dobler Spirit of La Salle Scholarship for children of La Salle Prep Alumni
 
  • Open to applicants with at least one parent who graduated from La Salle Prep
  • This scholarship is a non-renewable, one-time $1,000 award.
STEM Academy Scholarship
 

The La Salle STEM Academy gives students the opportunity to explore studies in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math with an emphasis on innovation and creativity.

  • Applicants must complete the online application essay in 3,500 characters or less.
  • Application rubric includes consideration of creativity, expanding the limits of current thinking, and the overall benefit derived from your theoretical invention.
  • Applications must include one Scholarship Recommendation Form from someone other than a math teacher, English teacher, or a principal/counselor.
  • The Scholarship Recommendation Form is posted online. Scholarship Recommendations are sent directly to the Office of Admissions at La Salle.
  • This scholarship is a non-renewable, one-time $1,000 award.
 
 

Trustee Scholarship for Leadership

  • Applicant must maintain 3.7 or higher cumulative GPA in 7th and 8th grade.
  • Applicants must score in the top 20% nationally on the HSPT.
  • Applicants must complete the online application essay in 3,500 characters or less.
  • Consideration for scholarship recipients will include leadership experience, leadership responsibilities, and quality of the essay.
  • Applications must include one Scholarship Recommendation Form from someone other than a math teacher, English teacher, or a principal/counselor.
  • The Scholarship Recommendation Form is posted online. Scholarship Recommendations are sent directly to the Office of Admissions at La Salle.
  • This scholarship is a non-renewable, one-time $1,000 award
 
 

Christian Brothers Scholarship of Service

  • Applicants must earn a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA in 7th and 8th grade.
  • Applicants must complete the online application essay in 3,500 characters or less.
  • Consideration for scholarship recipients will include a commitment to service, duration and history of service, and quality of the essay.
  • Applications must include one Scholarship Recommendation Form from someone other than a math teacher, English teacher, or a principal/counselor.
  • The Scholarship Recommendation Form is posted online. Scholarship Recommendations are sent directly to the Office of Admissions at La Salle.
  • This scholarship is a non-renewable, one-time $1,000 award

 

Lasallian Social Justice Award

  • Applicants must complete the online application essay in 3,500 characters or less.
  • Consideration for scholarship recipients will include a commitment to addressing injustice, history of activities, and quality of the essay.
  • Applications must include one Scholarship Recommendation Form from someone other than a math teacher, English teacher, or a principal/counselor.
  • The Scholarship Recommendation Form is posted online. Scholarship Recommendations are sent directly to the Office of Admissions at La Salle.
  • This scholarship is a non-renewable, one-time $1,000 award
 
 

La Salle Presidential Scholar Award*

*Students do not apply for this scholarship. Recipients will be chosen based on criteria below and will be notified in March 2018.

  • La Salle awards this scholarship to incoming freshmen based on HSPT scores and GPA.
  • Recipients must earn a minimum 3.8 cumulative GPA in 7th and 8th grade and score in the top 2% nationally on the HSPT.
  • This scholarship is a renewable $2,500 award for up to four years, or $10,000.
 
 
Z-Man Scholarship**
  • Selection based on commitment to public service, academic achievements, and potential for ongoing community leadership.
  • Recipients will be recognized and honored for their proven ability to overcome life’s obstacles and hardships
  • Applicant must carry at least a 2.0 GPA.
  • The Z-Man Scholarship Foundation strives to cover portions of tuition, student fees, and Tri-Met passes for recipients
  • If you have questions about the Z-Man Scholarship, contact Andrea Burns at aburns@lsprep.org.
 
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**The Z-Man application must be submitted to the Z-Man Scholarship Foundation by Friday, Jan.12, 2018