Mayfield Senior School
500 Bellefontaine Street Pasadena, CA 91005
P: (626) 799-9121
F: (626) 799-8576
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Applications for students entering 9th grade in 2017-18 are now open
|Please complete an inquiry form to request your username and password for the online application. We hope to see 8th-grade families for a Campus Tour this fall!|
Mayfield Senior School is committed to providing need-based financial aid to new and returning families. Assistance is awarded based on demonstration of need as well as on available financial aid funds. All new and returning families are required to complete all requested information in order to be considered for Financial Aid. The 2017-18 Financial Aid Checklist will be available in mid-October 2016.
Scholarships for Need-Based Financial Aid
|The scholarships listed below are offered to students who demonstrate financial need. |
|Ahmanson Foundation Scholarship|
The Ahmanson Foundation makes an annual gift designated for outstanding students of color who otherwise could not afford to attend Mayfield Senior School.
|Roy E. Coats Family Scholarship|
This scholarship is established to assist the daughters of Mayfield Senior School alumnae or students demonstrating financial need. One full-tuition grant may be awarded or the annual scholarship may be shared among several students.
|De Pietro Family Scholarship|
Established in 2002 by the De Pietro family, this endowed scholarship is awarded to a student who demonstrates academic excellence and has a special interest in math or the sciences. This scholarship is awarded every four years.
|The Doheny Scholarship Foundation|
The Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation established the Doheny Scholarship Program in 1998 to be awarded to deserving students who demonstrate outstanding character, leadership skills, academic ability and financial need.
|David C. Haber Scholarship|
This scholarship was established in 2002 in memory of former Board of Trustee Chair, David C. Haber. Inspired by the qualities of Dave's life, this scholarship is awarded to a young woman who demonstrates great joy in learning, involvement in school activities and a special commitment to both family and community. This scholarship is awarded every four years.
|W.M. Keck Foundation Scholarship|
A gift from the W. M. Keck Foundation to the Mayfield Senior School Scholarship Endowment allows the school to award financial assistance to a student(s) based on academic achievement and financial need.
|Jackie Koo Scholarship|
Established in 1994 by the Koo family, this endowed fund provides scholarship support to students who demonstrate academic promise.
|George H. Mayr Foundation Scholarship|
The Mayr Foundation established an endowment fund and additionally provides annual support to fund scholarships in memory of George H. Mayr. The Foundation stipulates that recipients be permanent residents of the State of California and "deserving, needy and worthy" of the scholarship. This scholarship is supported by annual donations from the Foundation and the special endowment fund that was established in 1996.
|Pike Family Scholarship|
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Pike established this scholarship in 1991. This endowed fund provides scholarship support to students who demonstrate academic promise.
|Rose Hills Scholarship|
This scholarship, established in 2008, awards financial assistance to a student(s) based on academic achievement and financial need. This scholarship is awarded every four years.
|Sr. Mary Wilfrid Scholarship|
This endowed scholarship was established in July 1991 to honor Sr. Mary Wilfrid's 45 years of service to Mayfield. While at Mayfield Senior School, Sr. Wilfrid served the school as Prefect, Alumnae Advisor, Director of Admissions, Historian and ardent fan of the school's competitive athletic program. This scholarship recognizes an outstanding scholar with special talents and gifts. The amount of the award is $1,000.
|Mayfield Senior School admits students of any race, color, religion, and national or ethnic origin. Mayfield Senior School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.|