Tuition & Financial Aid

Registration for the 2017-2018 school year is underway. Tuition rates for OLL parishioners, as well as non-parishioners, are outlined below. A sibling discount applies.

PARISHIONERS
(Registered, active and weekly contributing parishioner of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish)

1 Child … $6,190            12 Monthly Payments of $515.73 or 10 Monthly Payments of $619.00
2 Children … $11,780    12 Monthly Payments of $981.66 or 10 Monthly Payments of $1,178.00
3 Children … $17,370    12 Monthly Payments of $1,447.50 or 10 Monthly Payments of $1,737.00
4 Children … $22,960   12 Monthly Payments of $1,913.33 or 10 Monthly Payments of $2,296.00

NON-PARISHIONERS
(Not registered or supporting Our Lady of Lourdes Parish)

1 Child … $7,400            12 Monthly Payments of $616.66 or 10 Monthly Payments of $740.00
2 Children … $14,200    12 Monthly Payments of $1,183.33 or 10 Monthly Payments of $1,420.00
3 Children … $21,000    12 Monthly Payments of $1,750.00 or 10 Monthly Payments of $2,100.00
4 Children … $27,800   12 Monthly Payments of $2,316.66 or 10 Monthly Payments of $2,780.00

** A non-refundable registration fee of $375.00 per family is due at the time registration paperwork is submitted.  A program fee of $200.00 per student is due by May 26, 2017.  For additional information about tuition or financial aid, please call our school office at 727-733-3776.

There is financial assistance available to those who qualify. You must apply by completing the online application at www.factsmgt.com.  On the home page of this website you can click on the FACTS Button with the graduation cap for a direct link to the online application.

Step 1: Apply online at www.factsmgt.com to be considered for any financial assistance.  This must be done by March 1st in order to be eligible for those scholarship opportunities that have an April deadline.

Step 2: Once you have submitted your application to www.factsmgt.com, a committee will review your information to determine if you are eligible for any outside assistance (Mary C. Forbes Scholarship, George and Mary Kremer Grant).  They will also make recommendations for our in-house assistance, including the Donoghue  and Huff Scholarships, as well as the Catholic Foundation Tuition Aid Grant Program.

Step 3: Determine your eligibility for Step Up For Students –this is open to lower income families who have a child entering Kindergarten through 12th grade.  For more information, see their website at www.stepupforstudents.org.  If your child currently receives this scholarship, you will need to re-apply.

Any family who receives tuition assistance will be asked to sign a covenant with the school.  This Covenant Letter will be presented to those families by the school principal.