The value of Hammond education has never been greater.

We understand that cost is a factor.  But, we believe, our value is clear.  Our students are National Merit scholars, Commended Scholars and AP Scholars.  One hundred percent are accepted to college.  More than 90% of our senior class completed 260 Advanced Placement courses and earned 11.9 million dollars in scholarships.  Our college counseling program finds the best fit for each student and has an impressive list of matches.  A Hammond education is an investment that grows for a lifetime.
 
Hammond works with each family to determine financial need and support.  We offer multiple payment plans, need-based financial aid, and merit-based scholarships to ensure what we offer is available to all talented students who are a good fit for us.  We encourage you to reach out to learn more about financial assistance at Hammond and explore your options.

– Alice Adams, Hammond Alumna and Parent

I’d put any Hammond graduate up against anybody else in college.

Hammond Scholarship Opportunities

Hammond is pleased to offer scholarship opportunities to attract academically talented students who will also be outstanding contributors to the school and community. Whether they are in the classroom, on the stage or athletic field, or in service to others, Hammond seeks to identify well-rounded students who will play an active role in the life of the school.

Hammond Middle School Scholars

The Hammond Middle School Scholars Program seeks prospective 6th through 8th grade students outside the Hammond community who exhibit great academic promise, are in the top of their class, and are leaders among their peers. The scholarship covers half the cost of tuition and is based solely on merit. It renews annually until the time of graduation as long as the student remains in good academic standing. Candidates must possess a demonstrated record of academic achievement, exemplary character and leadership, and well-rounded participation within their school and community. For more information, please click here.

Hammond Scholars

We are seeking prospective 9th and 10th grade students outside the Hammond community with the ability to think ahead, who exhibit great academic promise, are in the top of their class, and are leaders among their peers. The scholarship may include full or partial tuition and are based solely on merit. It renews annually until the time of graduation as long as the student remains in good academic standing. Candidates must possess a demonstrated record of academic achievement, exemplary character and leadership, and well-rounded participation within their school and community. For more information, please click here.

Michael J. Mungo Scholarship

The Michael J. Mungo Scholarship is awarded to rising 5th through 8th graders who are new to Hammond. Candidates should demonstrate strong leadership qualities, a commitment to helping others, a sense of community, and strong academic promise. Applicants must demonstrate significant financial need as determined by the school’s Financial Aid Committee. In addition to full tuition, Mungo Scholars will receive additional financial support from the donor to offset other school-related expenses. Once a scholarship is awarded, the recipient will receive continued support during his or her tenure at Hammond, provided school regulations are observed and academic standards are maintained. 

***All Michael J. Mungo Scholarship have been filled at this time***

Nicholas Moore Scholarship

The Nicholas Moore Scholarship is awarded to rising 6th through 8th grade students who are new to Hammond and demonstrate outstanding academic ability. In addition to academics, Hammond seeks candidates who will become engaged members of the Hammond community. The scholarship covers half of the tuition cost and is renewable for the student’s tenure at Hammond, assuming academic requirements are maintained.

***All Nicholas Moore Scholarships have been filled at this time***

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  • 1263 average SAT score

  • 93% of students complete AP courses

  • $1.5 million in aid awarded to qualifying families