Scholarships Available at St. Theresa School:
1. Augustine Educational Foundation Scholarship
2. St. Theresa School Scholarship
3. Kamehameha Schools
Pauahi Keiki Scholars
4. PATCH Hawaii
See below for more information on each and links to websites to find forms
Augustine Educational Foundation Scholarship:
The Augustine Educational Foundation Scholarship is available for students in grades K-8. For the 2017-2018 school, the scholarships awarded were $1,000 (grades K-8). St. Theresa families who are applying for the Augustine, must submit their application through TADS.
Founded in 1984, the mission of the Augustine Educational Foundation is to provide tuition assistance to help families with financial needs that count on Hawaii Catholic Schools for their children's education.
Frequently asked questions:
Q: Do I have to make a certain amount of money to apply for a scholarship? No, any family can apply for a scholarship.
Q: Do I have to be Catholic to apply? No, the Foundation does not discriminate on the basis of religion or race.
Q: When do I find out if I will receive a scholarship? All applicants will be notified by letter on or shortly after April 28, 2018 if they will or will not receive a scholarship. Late applications and applications sent directly to Private School Aid Service will not be considered.
All applications must have the signature of a Hawaii Catholic school principal.
For more information, visit the foundation’s website.
STS Tuition Assistance Program (TAP):
The STS TAP is awarded to a family based on financial need as reported in the Augustine Scholarship application. Awards are available to Preschool - 8th grade and are based on the availability of scholarship funds.
Kamehameha School Scholarships:
The Kamehameha Schools Financial Aid and Scholarship Services (FASS) department is committed to providing financial assistance to students. Financial support is awarded through various Kamehameha programs such as Pauahi Keiki Scholars, Summer School programs, Post-High Scholarships, Kamehameha Schools Preschools, as well as the Kindergarten through grade 12 programs at the Kapālama, Hawai'i, and Maui campuses. All awards are made on an annual basis and are determined through various methods such as need and merit.
KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS’ PREFERENCE POLICY
Kamehameha Schools’ (KS) policy is to give preference to applicants of Hawaiian ancestry to the extent permitted by law.
If you are applying for a KS financial aid or scholarship award and would like to be considered under this preference policy, you must verify your Hawaiian ancestry through the KS Hoʻoulu Hawaiian Data Center (Data Center) by the program deadline date.
Pauahi Keiki Scholars
For preschool keiki 3 years and older currently attending or planning to attend an eligible Non-Kamehameha Schools preschool. Awards are good for one year, and you must reapply each year.
For new or returning/renewal students attending or planning to attend a Non-Kamehameha Schools private school in Hawaiʻi. Awards are good for one year, and you must reapply each year
For Preschool only