St. Philip Catholic
  Central High School

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  Middle School

St. Joseph Catholic
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St. Joseph Middle School Student Services

St. Joseph Middle School Student Support Services collaborate with teachers, parents, Special Education Consultant and administration to provide a challenging, yet supportive environment for each student.

Our Student Support Specialist works in conjunction with the teacher in the classroom and provides extra help for the student at lunchtime. Additional support is provided through a smaller advisory class at the end of the day which focuses on helping the students to become better organized. Help with school work is also provided during this advisory time. An After School Homework Club is available Tuesday and Thursday to also help with assignments and organization. 

Students identified with concerns are addressed through child study meetings, where the staff and parents will determine need for evaluation, and with parental input, develop a plan of action Parents are encouraged to contact Student Support or our Principal with any concerns about their child.

St. Philip High School Student Services


St. Philip Catholic Central High School Student Services provides ongoing and comprehensive college placement services that include college visits, college recruitment events, testing, college application support, counseling, scholarships and financial aid information. Numerous resources – college guide books, catalogs and related materials – are available in the student services office.



Student Testing

All BCACS students are given the following Standardized Tests:
  Freshman Year

   Social Studies MEAP

  Junior Year
   ACT (www.act.org)
   Michigan Merit Exam (www.michigan.gov/mme)
   PSAT (www.collegeboard.com)


College Scholarship Availability

BCACS Foundation Scholarships

The BCACS Foundation provides the following scholarship funds through the generosity of individuals and families from our Catholic parishes and schools. We are appreciative of their commitment to our graduates and their desire to support the future academic goals and endeavors of each class.

Scholarships are awarded on an annual basis, made payable to the awardees and their designated college or secondary institution. Scholarships are to be used for your first year college-related expenses; tuition, fees and campus living expenses.

St. Philip Catholic Central High Schools seniors are eligible for the following scholarships through the BCACS Foundation:

Please download the application form by clicking here.

Carrie Adams Memorial Scholarship Due March 30
Sheila Guerra Memorial Scholarship Due March 30
John B. & Margaret A. (Skaggs) Hogan Medical Scholarship
Due March 30
Al Leibert Family Scholarship Due March 30
Howard M. List & Edith M. List Scholarship Due March 30
Frank Quartermaine Scholar Athlete Scholarship Due March 30
Valella Scholarship Due March 30


Local Scholarships

St. Philip Catholic Central High Schools seniors are eligible for the following scholarships.
Applications are available in the Student Services Office or online:

Kellogg Community College Foundation Scholarship
Due February 1
Battle Creek Community Foundation Due February 15
The Blaske-Hill Foundation Scholarship
Due March 7
McCurdy and Emily Scofield Scholarship Due March 25
Kellogg Community Federal Credit Union
Kellogg Community College Scholarship
Due April 25


Fastweb

Fastweb is the nation's recognized leader in helping students pay for school, by providing scholarship and financial aid information, as well as information on jobs and internships. One out of three college-bound seniors use the site, and more than 50 million* users have benefited from Fastweb’s information and services. Fastweb lets students create a personalized profile that can be matched against its expansive databases of colleges and scholarships. As the oldest and most popular free online scholarship matching service, the database has more than 1.5 million scholarships totaling over $3.4 billion. To learn more about Fastweb visit www.fastweb.com and follow us on Twitter at @PayingForSchool.

   
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