Maguire Scholars Program Scholarship

The Maguire Scholars Program will provide five scholarships valued at $1,000 each to five freshmen entering Community College of Philadelphia in the upcoming fall semester. Eligible applicants must have graduated in June 2022 from a Maguire Scholar’s Program High School (see full list below), demonstrate financial need, be involved in community or school volunteer or extra-curricular activities, and must participate in the Dual Admissions Program at Community College of Philadelphia. The scholarship is renewable for one year at Community College of Philadelphia, provided recipients remain in good academic standing.

Maguire Scholars Program High Schools: Academy of Notre Dame, Agnes Irwin, AIM academy, Archbishop Carroll, Archbishop Ryan, Archbishop Wood, Baldwin School, Bishop McDevitt, Bishop Shanahan, Bonner/Prendergast, Cardinal O’Hara, Conwell-Egan, Cristo Rey, Devon Preparatory School, Father Judge, Germantown Friends School, Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School, Hallahan, Hardy Williams High School, Haverford School, Holy Ghost Preparatory School, Lansdale Catholic, LaSalle College High School, Little Flower, Malvern Preparatory School, Mastery- Lenfest Campus, Mastery- Pickett Campus, Mastery-Shoemaker Campus, Mastery-Thomas Campus, Merion Mercy Academy, Mercy Vocational, Mount Saint Joseph Academy,Nazareth Academy High School, Neumann/Goretti, Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, Pope John Paul II, Roman Catholic, Simon Gratz, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, St. Joseph’s Preparatory School, St. Hubert, The Shipley School, West Catholic, William Penn Charter School, Woodlynde School.

Recipients of the Maguire Scholarship are responsible for maintaining contact with the scholarship administrator at Community College of Philadelphia, and must attend the Maguire Foundation Luncheon during the academic year. Recipients must maintain a 3.0 gpa and be involved in ongoing community service or an extracurricular activity. Your scholarship will be revoked if these mandates are not followed.