At St. Louis School we are committed to partnering with your family to provide you with the financial support necessary to ensure your child benefits from a Catholic education. We appreciate the financial commitment and sacrifice families undertake in deciding to send their children to a Catholic school. While paying for education is first and foremost the responsibility of a family, St. Louis School and the Archdiocese of Baltimore devote significant funds each year to assist families in this important commitment. It is our hope that we can work together to make the dream of a Catholic education a reality.
Need-based tuition assistance is available to all families who have been part of the St. Louis School community for one year. Please visit FACTS to apply.
FACTS Grant & Aid (Formerly called Tuition Assistance)
St. Louis School will be using FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment to process all applications for the 2020-2021 St. Louis School Grant and Aid in addition to processing the Archdiocesan Grant and Aid applications. Families applying for financial aid from St. Louis School and/or from the Archdiocese should complete an application through their FACTS account, and then submit the necessary supporting documentation to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment. There is a single annual fee of $32 that covers the application for both sources. Applicants can apply online by going to this link.
Families are encouraged to apply for Grant and Aid by the February 29th deadline in order to be considered for the Archdiocesan Grant and Aid and by March 15th for St. Louis Grant and Aid. If you have questions or concerns about the application process, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 866-441-4637 or contact Mrs. Hurst or Mrs. McCarthy in the school office at 410-531-6664 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
BOOST scholarships are awarded to income-eligible K-12 students to be used for attendance at an eligible nonpublic school of their parent’s choice. Visit www.educationmaryland.org/BOOST to learn more about BOOST, find out if your children are eligible for a scholarship, and connect to the official application through the State of Maryland. Questions? Call Maryland’s nonprofit BOOST Scholarship Coalition at 443-510-4501.
Knott Scholarship Funds
The purpose of the Knott Scholarship Funds is to encourage academically talented Catholic students to continue their education in a Catholic school within certain geographic areas of the Archdiocese of Baltimore. These scholarships are based on exceptional academic performance. On the elementary level, these scholarships are awarded for FULL tuition in grades five through eight at a Catholic parish elementary school, located in Baltimore City, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Harford, or Howard counties. Applications are made directly through the Knott Scholarship website .
The Frederick M. Gossman Memorial High School Scholarship
This scholarship is designed to assist Knights of Columbus members holding membership in councils within the jurisdiction of Maryland in paying tuition for their children to attend Catholic high schools. More information may be found by visiting the Knights of Columbus website.
The William J. O’Brien Jr. Memorial Catholic High School Scholarship
This scholarship is open to any Catholic student who is a resident of the state of Maryland and the child or grandchild of a member of the Knights of Columbus council within the jurisdiction of Maryland. Applicants must have been officially accepted to, or current students at, an accredited Catholic high school. More information may be found by visiting Knights of Columbus website.
Carson Scholar Scholarship
The Carson Scholars Fund (CSF) is a non-profit organization founded in 1994 by world-renowned pediatric neurosurgeon, Dr. Benjamin S. Carson and his wife, Candy. The CSF aims to recognize and reward high levels of academic achievement and strong humanitarian qualities. Scholarship winners are designated as “Carson Scholars” and receive a $1,000 scholarship award to be held in trust until he/she is accepted to a four-year college or university. Scholarship winners must have at least a 3.75 GPA, and are chosen based on their involvement in community service, teacher recommendation, and a written essay.