Tuition Assistance

Tuition Assistance

 

The Saint Joseph Catholic Parish School Tuition Assistance Committee and the Archdiocese of Atlanta Office of Catholic Schools would like to encourage families who anticipate a need for tuition assistance to complete the application through your FACTS account.  All supporting financial documents including your 2015 tax return must be uploaded or faxed by the deadline.

Tuition Assistance Forms due to FACTS: February 24, 2017

Please contact the school office at 706-543-1621 for any questions regarding tuition assistance.

GRACE Scholarship

Students entering Pre-K, Kindergarten, or First Grade who reside with their parent or guardian in the State of Georgia and have proof of residence are eligible to apply for the GRACE Scholarship.

Students entering second grade or above who are transferring from a Georgia public school are eligible to apply for the GRACE Scholarship.

GRACE Deadline: February 24, 2017

GRACE Scholars Website

GRACE Scholars Scholarship Application 2017-2018 School Year (English)

GRACE Scholars Scholarship Application 2017-2018 School Year (Spanish)

 

 


GRACE Scholars, Inc., is the official student scholarship organization (SSO) for the schools sponsored by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta.  All students receiving GRACE Awards have demonstrated financial need as determined by a third-party analysis of a family’s ability to pay tuition.
 
Schools in the Archdiocese of Atlanta reserve the right to decline funding from SSOs which do not award scholarships based on financial need. In addition, the maximum amount of SSO scholarships awarded to students in Archdiocesan Schools is the lowest of the following:  student’s calculated financial need; 80% of the tuition rate applicable to the student; an index of per-pupil public school spending in Georgia; and, the maximum cap established by the local school.
 
GRACE Scholars, Inc., welcomes the transfer of funding from one SSO to another as allowed by state law.  In these instances, the school reserves the right to award GRACE scholarships in accordance with local procedures.