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How can I become a Maguire Scholar at Cabrini University?

1. Be ready to graduate from an eligible Pennsylvania high school:

Academy of Notre Dame 
Agnes Irwin School
AIM Academy
Archbishop Carroll High School
Archbishop Ryan High School
Archbishop Wood High School
The Baldwin School
Bishop McDevitt High School
Bishop Shanahan High School
Cardinal O’Hara High School
Conwell-Egan High School
Cristo Rey Philadelphia
Father Judge High School
Germantown Friends School
Gwynedd Mercy Academy 
John W. Hallahan High School
Hardy Williams High School (Mastery Charter)
The Haverford School
Holy Ghost Preparatory School
Lansdale Catholic High School

Little Flower High School
Malvern Preparatory School
Mastery Charter, Lenfest Campus
Mastery Charter, Pickett Campus
Mastery Charter, Shoemaker Campus
Mastery Charter, Thomas Campus
Merion Mercy Academy
Mercy Vocational High School
Monsignor Bonner/Archbishop Prendergast High School
Mount Saint Joseph Academy
Saints John Neumann and Maria Goretti High School
Pope John Paul II High School
Roman Catholic High School
Simon Gratz High School (Mastery Charter)
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy
St. Joseph’s Preparatory School
St. Hubert High School
West Catholic Preparatory School
William Penn Charter School


2.
Apply for admission to Cabrini University and be accepted by mid-February 2020

Once accepted, eligible students will receive an application for the Maguire Scholarship program via e-mail.

3. Submit your FAFSA (fafsa.gov) by February 1, 2020

4. Submit the Maguire Scholarship application by March 1, 2020 

(Note: You must use Cabrini’s online application to apply to the scholarship at Cabrini; if you are applying to the Maguire Scholarship at multiple schools, please check each school’s requirements.)

Other Requirements:

High school GPA of 3.0 or better
Participation in community service or extracurricular activities
Demonstrated financial need (shown via the FAFSA)

Students who are selected for the Maguire Scholarship will receive on-campus mentoring.

For more information, please go to maguirefoundation.org.

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