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UIW Brainpower Class of 2015 earns nearly $28 million in scholarships

May 21, 2015 | posted by Margaret Garcia

Topics: Catholic Schools


UIW Brainpower Class of 2015 earns nearly $28 million in scholarships

St. Anthony breaks school record earning $14.5 million

The University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) has announced that the class of 2015 from St. Anthony Catholic High School earned a record breaking $14,506,316 in scholarships. The 113 seniors were accepted at over 70 universities and colleges and will be attending 34 different schools. St. Anthony is a college-preparatory school for young men and women. 

Incarnate Word High School’s 103 seniors earned $13,444,132 in scholarships and were accepted at over 135 universities and will be attending 45 different schools. Incarnate Word is a private college preparatory Catholic school for young women.

Incarnate Word High School and St. Anthony Catholic High School, members of UIW Brainpower Connection, combined earned nearly $28 million in scholarships to colleges and universities across the country. This is the fifth consecutive year the Brainpower High Schools have earned more than $20 million in college scholarships.