St. Laurence constantly strives to promote, support and improve the academic experience through alumni relations and fundraising.
The Office of Institutional Advancement is committed to acquiring the financial resources and other support necessary to sustain our tradition of excellence, keep our alumni involved and up to date and inform prospective students and their families of the excellent educational opportunities that await them here at St. Laurence High School, the school “Where Leadership Begins.”
St. Laurence must continue to provide the best facilities and opportunities to our students. Please take the time to review our short-term development strategy and know that your support will make a lasting impact on the school.
The O’Toole Scholarship is awarded to the top twenty five students who test at St. Laurence. Only students who test at St. Laurence on January 12, 2013 can qualify for this scholarship. The Award may be retained for all four years as long as the student takes seven honors level courses (additional class fee waived), keeps an acceptable disciplinary record, and maintains a B average.
The Leader/Scholar Award is available to students who first nominate themselves for the award. To be eligible to nominate himself, a student must have no grade lower than a B on his seventh grade report cards and on the first quarter report card of his eighth grade year. He must also be actively involved in a variety of activities, programs or leadership initiatives. All students who apply for this award will be offered the opportunity to participate in the Leader/Scholar selection process. Mr. Mark Scott will facilitate the Leader/Scholar Award process.
The Viking award is available to any student. The criteria to receive a Viking Award include academic achievement, community and Christian service, and participation in clubs or activities. We will review all applications for the Viking Award to determine eligibility. Mr. Joe Spano will facilitate the Viking Award process.
Christian Brother Award
The Christian Brother award is available to students based upon financial need. Students requesting this award will be required to complete a financial aid application form. We will review each application for eligibility. The Tuition Office will facilitate the Christian Brother Award.
If you are interested in establishing a named scholarship or would like to contribute to one of the scholarships noted above, please contact Anne Tucker at 708-458-6900.
St. Laurence O’Toole Society:
Join others who have made the decision to include St. Laurence in their financial planning and when preparing their Will. Giving Opportunities to consider: Cash, Securities, IRAs, Real Estate, Tangible Personal Property, Life Insurance, Charitable Remainder Trusts, Gifts as specified in your will. For questions on planned giving or more information, please contact Anne Tucker at 708.458.6900 ext. 262 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org