Financial Aid/Scholarship Opportunities

Financial Aid:

The need for financial aid is determined through a process by FACTS Grant & Aid.  The application can be found by going to https://www.factstuitionaid.com.  All applications for financial aid must be submitted no later that May 1, 2017.  There is a $30.00 fee for applying that is charged by FACTS, not St. Louis School.

Once the application has been completed, FACTS will notify St. Louis School that it has been submitted.  In late June, St. Louis School will receive a report indicating financial needs.  At that time, Mrs. Barr will award aid that is available.  This amount changes year to year based on donations.

In July, families will receive a letter indicating if aid was awarded and the amount.  The award will be credited to the families’ FACTS Tuition account in August, prior to the first payment due.

Scholarship Opportunities:

Reddington Scholarship

The Reverend John A. Reddington Scholarship Fund was established under the Will of Father John Reddington to provide for Catholic education at any level and for college education (non-denominational) for residents of the Diocese of Rochester.

A scholarship committee exists to review all applications and to select individuals to receive scholarship grants. There is no limit on the number of times a student may apply for a scholarship. Scholarships are not automatically renewed each year. Students must reapply annually.

The Scholarship Fund is a needs-based fund, and the student must be performing to his/her potential. This past spring we had (169) students apply for the scholarship and were able to assist (95) applicants.

Scholarships awarded are in the average range of $100.00 to $500.00 per year. The committee will only consider those applications that indicate a family’s maximum yearly income of $60K or less and require proof of pending school registration or completed school registration of student.

This Scholarship is open to students going into K thru Grade 5.

Please click here for the application.