Sacred Heart aims to provide support to families who seek a Catholic education but need help with tuition. Thanks to our partner organizations and private donations, assistance may be available based on qualifying criteria.
APPLYING FOR AID:
- Families are responsible for submitting their own records within the designated deadlines. For income eligibility contact the school to find out if you qualify and begin the online application.
- Based on an objective set of standards, the review committee recommends a decrease in a family’s tuition based on the amount of financial aid available for the school year.
- Financial aid is paid for by our partnering organizations or through donations (details below). The amount available for financial aid may vary from year to year.
- Financial aid will be allotted on a monthly basis. If the student withdraws from school during the year, all unused portions of their financial aid revert back to the Financial Aid Fund.
- Financial aid awards will be communicated, in writing, from Sacred Heart School to the applicant.
- Families are requested to notify Sacred Heart School by the stated deadline for their financial aid award acceptance or rejection of the award and/or the consequential withdrawal of their student for lack of a grant award.
- All awards are for one academic year and parents must reapply annually for financial assistance.
- Financial aid does not cover annual fees nor books.
Scholarships based on Income Need:
- Growing Catholic Education partners with Sacred Heart to help provide assistance to those who qualify as middle income. (2022-2023 applications will be accepted beginning 6am, April 15, 2022. Have your 2021 tax return ready to answer questions)
- ACE partners with Sacred Heart to help provide assistance to those who qualify as low income.
- Thanks to the generosity of donors, Sacred Heart retains a limited tuition assistance fund for families who may not qualify for the above funding streams.
Scholarships for Families with Children who Have Special Needs - SUCCEED
provides a scholarship to an eligible private school for students with disabilities that have an individualized education program (IEP), individualized service plan (ISP), and students in foster care living in a group home or facility that meet eligibility requirements. Applications should be completed through Succeed
and acceptance is based on the school's ability to meet the needs of the student.