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Newman Oxford Scholars

Newman Oxford Scholars strive to be thought leaders in the world. Like Saint John Henry Newman, they are passionate about the world of ideas. They are eager to help solve real world issues. They review historical and current issues, seeking understanding and insight.

John Henry Newman, during his years at Oxford University, guided students to follow a rigorous academic curriculum. He encouraged them, through what became known as the Oxford Movement, to take a leadership role in working to improve society through the government and the Church.

The Newman Oxford Scholar Program is designed to acknowledge both the exhilaration and the responsibility of learning. Newman Oxford Scholars will be presented with opportunities for learning beyond the classroom. In addition they will develop their leadership skills.

Students chosen to be Newman Oxford Scholars are expected to:

  • Enroll in a challenging course of studies including Honors and Advanced Placement classes;
  • Achieve a cumulative GPA which places them in the top 10% of their class at the end of their junior year, students must have attended two years at CN to qualify;
  • Maintain the highest standards of behavior as prescribed by the school and affirmed by the Dean of Students;
  • Actively pursue co-curricular, extra-curricular, and service opportunities;
  • Serve as models for fellow Newman Oxford Scholars and for students in the entire community;
  • Participate in workshops and enrichment activities.

Newman Scholars Gallery Fall 2023

The Scholars and Their Papers