Applications are available for the 2020-2021 school year beginning November 1, 2019, and we ask families to submit applications by the applicable deadlines below. The Financial Aid Committee will consider applications submitted after the appropriate due dates, but as funds are limited, it is advised that you apply as soon as possible. Award notifications for new students
will be included in the Admissions Decision Packet. For our returning students
, notifications regarding financial aid awards will be emailed directly from FACTS.
Divorced/Separated Parents: Each parent is expected to file a financial aid application and submit tax information to FACTS. If the non-custodial parent does not comply with the financial aid process, the application for financial aid may not be processed. The custodial parent may have to supply the financial aid office with documentation of the long-term non-involvement of the non-custodial parent. In the case of remarriage, the assets of the stepparent are also considered, as are the obligations of that stepparent to his or her own natural child(ren). If the child does not reside with the parents, the parents are still expected to participate in the financial aid process. Otherwise, the legal guardians of the child are expected to participate in the financial aid process. Documentation of guardianship should be submitted to the Financial Aid Office.
FINANCIAL AID DEADLINES
Incoming High School Families:
December 15, 2019Incoming Middle School Families:
January 15, 2020Returning Families:
March 1, 2020
SAINT JOHN'S HIGH SCHOOL FINANCIAL AID CODE OF CONDUCT
Financial Aid is one way in which we support families drawn to the mission of our school.
Our school provides financial aid on a need basis.
Our school determines need through a process that is equitable for all applicants.
Our school does not manipulate that process to advantage one applicant over another.
Our school does not use financial aid to compete with other private-independent schools.