The St. Patrick’s scholarship is for $6,000 per year for four years in college as long as the student maintains good grades and good deportment. It is open to all applicants. In spite of its name, it is not restricted to individuals of Irish ancestry. One scholarship is given each year based primarily upon academic achievement and need but also extracurricular activities and other factors. The scholarship committee reviews all applications, interviews finalists and then makes the award. It is funded by a dinner held annually around St. Patrick’s Day. We are most interested in having any high school senior reasonably qualified to apply for the scholarship.
- Annual scholarship award of $6,000
- Renewable for four years of college
- Continuation of the scholarship is contingent upon maintaining satisfactory grades and behavior
- One scholarship is awarded each year
- Selection criteria include academic achievement, financial need, extracurricular involvement, and other relevant factors
- Open to high school seniors
- Residents of the Greater Bridgeport Connecticut Area
- Scholarship is awarded without regard to religion, race, color, ancestry, national origin, sex, or physical or mental disability
- Interested high school seniors should submit their applications for consideration.
- The scholarship committee will review all applications and select finalists.
- Finalists will undergo interviews as part of the selection process.
- The scholarship recipient will be announced and awarded the scholarship.
The St. Patrick's Scholarship is a charitable organization founded in 1964, which has been annually awarding a four-year scholarship. The scholarship is awarded based upon both academic promise and financial need and is awarded to student attending high school in The Greater Bridgeport Connecticut Area. The scholarship is awarded without regard to religion, race, color ancestry, national origin, sex or physical or mental disability.