Tuition Assistance

The choice of a private, Catholic education requires a personal sacrifice, but in addition to making sure that the quality of a Holy Family education is high, we are also committed to making sure it's affordable. With several sources of tuition assistance, nearly half of our K–12 students receive financial aid. If you're concerned about tuition, let us help you navigate the options for assistance.

Tuition Assistance Process

Tuition assistance applications are available to all families, regardless of income level. Families are encouraged to complete the tuition assistance FACTS application when it is available in January and submit by the earliest deadline in order maximize their award.

Multiple financial assistance options are available through the application process, including STO (School Tuition Organization), Holy Family and parish grants, credits and some scholarships. The process is two-fold in that it addresses need-based assistance first through STO and subsequently addresses reconsideration for those families who do not meet need-based guidelines through the Holy Family grants, parish grants and general scholarships. 

Financial aid is never granted automatically or guaranteed from one year to the next. A renewed request for need-based assistance must be made by submitting a new FACTS form and tax information each year the student is in attendance. If for any reason your student is withdrawn from a Holy Family school, the financial aid award granted to that student is pro-rated based on the school year calendar.

 

Other Tuition Assistance Available

Contact Us

Kathleen Tracy
Tuition Coordinator
(563) 582-5456 x 283
ktracy@holyfamilydbq.org