The Saint John Paul II Academy Named Scholarship Program benefits qualifying students with an opportunity to earn tuition dollars toward their education at Saint John Paul II Academy. As we prepare our young men and women to be tomorrow's leaders, we are very aware of the role that our scholarship providers play in our school.  Currently, eight named scholarships have been developed to serve this purpose with an opportunity to continue to grow this program to keep up with the needs of serving our students.

Both endowed and non-endowed scholarships typically are named in honor of an individual, family, organization, or group. This scholarship also may be a way to honor or memorialize an alumnus, faculty/staff member, student, family member, or others who may have a special connection to Saint John Paul II Academy.

A scholarship can be created using a variety of assets - cash, appreciated securities, real estate or other property that can be liquidated.  Additionally, deferred gifts or bequests can also be used to establish a scholarship.  Deferred or planned gifts such as bequests, income producing gifts, life insurance and retirement assets can establish an endowment in the future when the gift is received.

The Saint John Paul II Academy Scholarship Committee has established a standardized application process for Named Scholarships. Students are permitted to apply for multiple scholarships. Unless noted, these scholarships are non-renewable. 

Steven F. Billing Memorial Scholarship

Jay Q Johnson '07 Live With Passion Scholarship

Lynn University Scholarship

Ted Rullo Foundation: Faith, Family, and Friends Memorial Scholarship

Tory '00 and Stacy Weber Memorial Scholarship 

Joey Grosso '10 Student Athlete Memorial Scholarship

Kraus-Jeveli Family Fund Scholarship 

The Tom Nieporte Caddy Scholarship

For more information or to apply for these scholarships, please contact:

Director of Guidance, Tim Hanley



For more information on how to create a new scholarship, please contact:

Director of Development, Lisa Olearczyk