Family Resources

Catholic School Tuition Assistance Program

Saints Peter and Paul and Our Lady of the Sacred Heart have both provided tuition assistance for Catholic grade school tuition for many years. Application process for assistance has taken place at different times for both parishes; OLSH at the end of the previous school year and SSPP in November. The timing of the application process has been streamlined for both parishes.

PARISH TUITION ASSISTANCE WILL BE PROVIDED IF:
1. You are an active, registered member of either Our Lady of the Sacred Heart or Sts. Peter & Paul Parishes.
2. You financially support your Parish according to your means (Envelopes, Checks or Electronic Giving)
3. Parents and students participate in your Parish’s Sunday & Holyday Liturgies (Masses)
4. Parents are involved in the different activities at your Parish (Some examples: Commissions, Lectors, volunteering at Parish activities, Festival etc.)
5. You are in need of financial assistance.
6. The Parish Business Managers will review your activity concerning items 1 – 5 above periodically.
Failure to adhere to the above guidelines could result in loss of your parishioner tuition assistance.

PARISH TUITION ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS:
1. Meet all of the Parish Tuition Assistance requirements as stated above.
2. Request a Parish Tuition Assistance Form from your Business Manager
3. Fill out the Tuition Assistance Form and return it to your Parish Business Manager by MAY 1st, 2018

Click here to download the Tuition_Assistance_2018_2019 form

IMPORTANT: Click here to read the definition of an “active Catholic”

Resources & Scholarships for Catholic College Students – Choosing a School, Finding a Faith Community & Getting Financial Aid

While some Catholic college students have chosen to attend one of the 250 degree-granting Catholic colleges and universities in the United States, plenty of non-Catholic students choose to attend these schools as well. With total enrollment of over 800,000 students, these institutions have a basis in Catholic beliefs, but they also deliver a high-quality education. Catholic students who don’t choose to attend a Catholic university can still find a wealth of community and campus support dedicated to practicing and even strengthening their faith at many of the non-Catholic colleges and universities around the country.  Click here to find information about financial aid.

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