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We are pleased to announce a new Principal’s Transfer Scholarship program for the 2017-2018 academic year to encourage students from other schools to come to Divine Mercy Academy.

The program offers nine full tuition scholarships, three at each of our campuses, to students coming into Divine Mercy in grades three thru seven. These scholarships will be awarded at the discretion of our principal to encourage worthy students to transfer to Divine Mercy from their public, cyber or other school.

To apply for a Principal’s Scholarship, parents or guardians must complete the on-line Application Form below. Please apply as soon as possible. Application deadline is September 9, 2017.¬† After that, scholarship finalists will be notified and personal interviews scheduled. If you qualify as a finalist, please bring¬† a copy of your student’s most recent school transcript to the personal interview. Please note, all applicants must meet scholarship eligibility requirements explained below.

Please talk to Divine Mercy Catholic Academy administrators for more information or answers to any questions you may have about this exciting opportunity.

We believe Catholic education is a very positive experience. It can be transformative, especially for students at the elementary level. We encourage eligible families to apply for the consideration of a DMCA Principal’s Transfer Scholarship.

Application for Principal's Transfer Scholarship

Please fill out the below information to apply for Divine Mercy Catholic Academy's Principal Scholarship. Please make sure all answers are answered honestly and correctly to the best of your knowledge.
  • Please enter student's name.
  • Please enter student's home address.
  • Please enter parent or guardian's phone number.
  • Please enter parent or guardian's e-mail address.
  • What school does student currently attend?
  • Does student have history of discipline problems? If "other," please explain briefly.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Principal’s Scholarships

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