Scholarships


Palma Scholars Program

The Palma Scholars Program launched in the fall of 2011 and was named to honor 19-year school head Lark Palma. The innovative program's goal is to bring a cadre of academically exceptional students with notable potential in leadership, athletics, and service to the Catlin Gabel Upper School. Students selected as Palma Scholars will receive this scholarship every year the student is enrolled.

Who is eligible?

  • New Catlin Gabel students entering 9th grade

How do I apply?


Malone Scholars Program

The Malone Scholars Program was established at Catlin Gabel in 2005 with a $2 million award from the Malone Family Foundation. Catlin Gabel is the only school in Oregon and one of only 50 independent schools nationwide to be awarded a Malone Scholars Program endowment. We are honored to partner with the Malone Family Foundation towards achieving its mission to improve access to quality education for gifted students who lack the financial resources to best develop their talents. Students selected as Malone Scholars will receive this need-based scholarship every year the student is enrolled, is in excellent academic standing, and qualifies for financial assistance.

Who is eligible?

  • New or current Catlin Gabel students entering grades 7 through 12
  • Students must be in the top 5% of their class, be of high character, and be motivated to make the best use of this opportunity to reach his or her potential
  • Malone Scholars must be U.S. citizens
  • Families must qualify for at least 30% of tuition in financial assistance funds in accordance with SSS guidelines

How do I apply?

  • There is no separate application. Interested candidates should follow the normal application procedures for admission and financial assistance. Malone Scholars will be notified upon their offer of admission. Students are not eligible for both Malone and Palma scholarships.

Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship

The mission of the Institute for Educational Advancement's Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship is "to identify exceptionally gifted middle school students who exhibit advanced intellectual talent and have the ability to demonstrate academic and personal excellence." Students selected as Caroline D. Bradley Scholars receive a four-year high school scholarship that covers tuition at a day school or an approved alternative educational program.

Who is eligible?

  • U.S. citizens that are currently students in the 7th grade and residing in the United States of America.

How do I apply?

  • Please see the IEA's website for detailed information on the application process. The deadline is typically in April of a student's 7th grade year.