I work with The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS for short), a non-profit with more than 300 member schools in both North America and abroad. I read your post about getting into a private high school with a scholarship and thought you might be interested in checking out TABS at [link removed]. Every school is different. Some scholarships are need-based, but schools do have some minimum requirements. B's are usually acceptable though! Check out [link removed] to see application and entrance requirements.
IDk specifically about private high school scholarships - but in general when you are going for scholarships they look for a well rounded person - not just good grades. So good grades, some extra curricular activities, participating in school events, maybe some community service.
But then there are very specific scholarships too usually - like father or grandfather was in the military. They usually have less requirements because you meet the big main requirement.
Yes, generally thats what you would need to be accepted with a scholorship that is paid. It also looks good to have extra curricular activities and be a member of things in the school, not just to have good grades.
It depends on the school your applying to.If it's an academy,id say so.But I mean A's & B's work for alot of them as well.
Yeah, most private school require that, but B's, I assume, are good too.