Tuition Assistance for Current Students
Due to of the generosity of our alumni and benefactors, Saint Patrick High School is able to offer a limited number of tuition grants for families that may be experiencing financial hardship. Shamrocks now successful in life, who realize the solid foundation they were given at Saint Patrick High School and the wonderful experiences they have had here, contribute annually to the future of students. For the 2016-2017 school year, over $1.5 million in need-based funding has been awarded to nearly 47% of our student body.
Criteria for Tuition Assistance
- There must be demonstrated financial need as evidenced by information supplied on the Application for Tuition Assistance.
- All required forms and procedures must be completed by the published deadlines.
- Students must maintain a minimum “C” average (2.0). Failing or multiple “D” grades will eliminate them from program participation, and result in forfeiture of the grant.
- Students will be given a work/study job, by doing so, the students becomes a partner in the tuition assistance process along with his parents and the school.
Tuition Assistance Documents
|Tuition Assistance Procedures (Classes of ’18, ’19, & ’20)||Download|
|Downloadable Application for Tuition Assistance
If you wish to download and complete a hardcopy (paper) application, please click here to do so.
|Electronic Link for Tuition Assistance
If you wish to complete an electronic application, the application can be found on the family account page you used to submit your son’s information. To access that account, please click the link to the right.This link is for students for the classes of ’18, ’19, & ’20 ONLY.
In addition to Saint Patrick’s tuition assistance, many of our students receive awards from various groups and organizations. These groups generally have similar requirements (application, tax return information, asset and housing information) and some may have additional requirements for academic achievement. Please feel free to call the listed agencies for more information. If you are interested in applying to one of these organizations be aware that most have very strict deadlines. Contact them to obtain further information.
Standing Tall Foundation
Provides the means through scholarships in which the lives of underserved and/or at risk children and disenfranchised families may be improved. For information call 847-294-1801, firstname.lastname@example.org
Saint George High School Alumni Scholarship
This scholarship is for sons, grandsons or nephews of a Saint George (Evanston, IL) alumnus. For more information call Mr. Kent Doyle at 773-282-8844 extension 375 or email@example.com
Sallie Mae Web Site
The Sallie Mae K-12 Family Education Loan is an ideal solution for families who need additional flexibility in paying for private education beyond financial aid, personal savings, or traditional payment plans. For more information on these loans, please visit the Sallie Mae web site.