Please inquire in the Office of Admissions about scholarships for which your child might qualify. All parents interested in applying for a scholarship for their child should complete our General Scholarship Application and return it to the Office of Admissions. You may view and print the application here: General Scholarship Application
Poje Family Scholarship
Dr. and Mrs. Poje are Cathedral parishioners who provide scholarship funds each year to benefit a student who otherwise would not be able to attend ICCS.
Endowment Scholarship Fund
These one-time scholarships are awarded annually to students who exhibit both financial need and meet grade point requirements of an average of B- or better. Students will be eligible to apply yearly and can be awarded the scholarship more than once.
Kearney Family Scholarship
This is a one-time scholarship given to a current ICCS 8th grade girl who will be continuing on to the 9th grade at ICCS. Preference is given to a student who has attended 1st through 8th grade at ICCS. The recipient should exhibit high academic achievement and high moral character. Preference is given to a student whose parents and/or grandparents attended ICCS or are parishioners of the Cathedral. The scholarship is not need-based. Recipient will be chosen by administration in consultation with the Kearney family. There is no application or other paperwork required from the student. The scholarship will be granted at an awards ceremony or graduation and, if possible, will be a surprise to the recipient and her family.
This scholarship is awarded annually to a student or students who have demonstrated financial need and who exhibit good citizenship and academic achievement.
This is a one-time gift provided by an anonymous donor for a rising 7th or 8th grade boy or girl who plans to continue at ICCS. Preference will be given to a student who has attended ICCS K-6th or K-7th. The recipient should have good attendance, exhibit high moral character and a strong academic work ethic. Preference will be given to a student whose parents and/or grandparents attended ICCS and/or are parishioners of the Cathedral. Recipient does not need to demonstrate financial need. The recipient will be chosen by administration. There is no application or other paperwork required from the student. The scholarship will be granted at an awards ceremony.
This scholarship is a one-time gift and honors Richard and Delma Powelson and their service contributions to the Cathedral parish, ICCS, and their family. Richard Powelson was a Permanent Deacon at the Cathedral for 24 years. The Powelson family has been deeply involved with the school and Cathedral since 1972, and many of the family’s 12 children attended ICCS and belong to the Cathedral parish today. The Powelson Scholarship is intended for a student who has applied or is already attending ICCS. Preference is given to Cathedral parish families who demonstrate a financial need. The recipient should exhibit academic ability as measured by ITBS scores or by a screening test administered by an ICCS representative. Applicants will complete the Powelson ICCS Scholarship Fund Elementary School Scholarship Application. Several announcements will be made in the Wildcat Wire and the Cathedral weekly bulletin during the application process. A committee of school representatives will review the applications and choose the recipient. The scholarship is typically granted and announced by the end of March.
Keep on Dreaming Scholarship
The Keep on Dreaming Scholarship is a one-time scholarship established by alumna Mary McGarrh '75 in memory of her daughter Kim Morrison '96. The scholarship is awarded to an Upper School student with financial need, with preference to students from a single-parent home. The scholarship committee awards the scholarship in coordination with Ms. McGarrh. Click here to donate to the scholarship. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduating Senior Scholarship - “Spirit of IC” Alumni Scholarship
This scholarship will be awarded annually to a graduating senior who has demonstrated through academics (3.2 or higher), leadership, involvement in school and community activities, the following qualities that embody the “Spirit of IC”: Integrity, Confidence, Courage and Service. This positive, involved, supportive achiever will have all of the qualities needed in life to open many doors.