St. Mary High School has two application processes for tuition assistance that we believe offers fair and impartial consideration in awarding tuition assistance. It should be noted that St. Mary does not give athletic scholarships or award tuition assistance based on athletics. Tuition assistance is based upon financial need.
Everyone requesting tuition assistance – is required to apply each year through FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment at https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3JXHZ. There is an application fee of $30.00. After you complete the application online, you must upload, fax, or mail in the required supporting documents to FACTS.
After you have completed this application process, FACTS will assess the information and send us a report which we will use to determine your tuition amount for the 2019-2020 school year. The deadline for completing the first wave of applications is December 31, 2018.
In addition to FACTS, St. Mary offers the opportunity to apply for tuition assistance through the Scholarship Fund for Inner City Children (SFIC). Beginning February 1, 2019 you can apply for the SFIC at www.sficnj.org. The SFIC will assess the information and send us a report which we will use to determine tuition amount for the 2019-2020 school year. The deadline for completing the application process is April 31, 2019 There is a $30.00 non-refundable registration fee. The maximum award you may receive from the SFIC is $1,000.
In addition to FACTS, families who reside in Morris, Passaic, and Sussex counties can apply for the Tri-County Scholarship Fund. The Tri-County Scholarship application is through your FACTS application to St. Mary High School. Select the option to apply for the Tri-County Scholarship when filling out your FACTS information and your information will be shared with Tri-County Scholarship. Tri-County Scholarship Fund will assess the information and send us a report which we will use to determine tuition amount for the 2019-2020 school year. The deadline for completing the application process is February 15, 2019.