Parishioner Tuition Rate
As a parish school, we are blessed to have the support of our Pastor and the parish community in our efforts to make a Catholic education affordable to all who seek it. Each year St. Anthony Parish provides a generous subsidy to the school which allows tuition to be set at a lower rate for parishioners. In effect, each Catholic student receives a “scholarship” from St. Anthony Parish. This remarkable and sustained financial commitment to Catholic education is a precious gift that allows as many students as possible to obtain a Catholic education. To qualify for the Catholic Parishioner Rate, families must be active registered members of the parish. A parish verification form needs to be completed at the time of registration. Families that are new to St. Anthony School and are members of another parish must obtain a letter from their Pastor certifying their status as active parishioners in order to qualify for the parishioner tuition rate.
As part of our commitment to provide a quality Catholic education to any student who desires it, St. Anthony Catholic School seeks to provide need-based annual financial assistance to qualifying families. Application for tuition assistance is made via FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment. To request financial aid, please thoroughly complete and submit your online application.
Please see the following information about completing the Grant and Aid Application through FACTS.
FACTS Grant and Aid Application
- copies of your most recent Federal tax forms including all supporting tax schedules
- copies of your 2020 W-2 forms
- copies of supporting documentation for social security income, welfare, child support, food stamps, workers' compensation, and TANF if applicable.
PLEASE NOTE: You will not automatically receive aid for the upcoming year if you received aid this year. Applications are required for each school year.
If the financial aspect of your child's education becomes a concern at any time, please contact the school office to discuss your situation with Mrs. Galemmo.