The Balot Family Scholarship was established to provide rising 9th and 10th grade students access to a college preparatory Catholic education at John Paul II Catholic High School. The NC Opportunity Scholarship is a wonderful help for students seeking a private education, but it would not be enough to cover the cost of an education at JPII. Our scholarship hopes to reach out to all students who want to attend JPII.
We believe all students who exhibit hard work and a strong will to succeed, regardless of faith, background, or household income, would benefit from a private education at JPII. To be eligible for the scholarship, students will be in the 9th or 10th grade in the 2018-2019 or 2019-2020 school year.
The Balot Family Scholarship covers the registration and academic materials fees ($600) and $6,600 of the $7,800 annual tuition for all 4 years (or 3 years for 10th graders). The annual value of the scholarship is $7,200 and the student’s family is responsible for $100/month ($1,200 total) each school year.
Submit the Balot Family Scholarship application
Provide a copy of your most recent transcript
Current 8th graders should include their final 7th grade report card.
Submit via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Request for three people to submit a recommendation form on your behalf
1) Current or previous year principal, administrator, guidance counselor, or teacher
2) Pastor, spiritual leader, or youth minister
3) Non-family member person of your choice (ex: coach)
Students applying for 9th grade will need to complete the High School Placement Test
This will be scheduled once 1-3 are received.
Complete the FACTS Grant & Aid financial assessment
All decisions related to scholarship recipients will be made by the Balot family.
Current JPII students are not eligible.
All application materials must be submitted/completed within 2 weeks of applying to be considered for the scholarship.
Once a student is notified they have been awarded the scholarship, the family has 1 week
to submit the completed registration form along with the first month’s tuition ($100).