Grant & Aid
We understand and appreciate the financial commitment and sacrifice that families undertake in deciding to send their children to a Catholic school. Although paying for education is first and foremost the responsibility of a family, each school, parish and the Archdiocese of Baltimore devote significant funds each year to financial aid programs that help assist families. In turn, our school communities benefit by attracting students that otherwise would not be able to attend our schools.
Financial Assistance is available through the Archdiocese of Baltimore, School of the Incarnation, and some parishes. Families interested in applying for tuition assistance from any of these sources must complete a financial aid application through FACTS, our tuition payment service. Visit FACTS for more information and to access the Grant and Aid application which opens each fall for the following year. The deadline to apply for assistance is February 28th for aid from the Archdiocese of Baltimore and March 31st for aid from School of the Incarnation. Parents may submit an aid application prior to receiving an offer of acceptance; however, financial aid decisions will not be available until late spring.
Please contact the Business Manager, Caroline Agresti at 410-519-2285 ext. 2102 for more information or follow the below link under FACTS to complete your application online.
FACTS is the tuition management and grant and aid platform used by the schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. All families are asked to create an account with FACTS to manage their tuition payments. The grant and aid application is housed on the same platform for every school, parish, and the Archdiocese of Baltimore assistance. Therefore, a family need apply only once for possible support from these various sources. More information about FACTS can be found here.
John Paul II Character in Leadership Scholarship
This scholarship is traditionally funded by donations from current and past School of the Incarnation board members. Each year, three $1000 scholarships will be awarded, one each to a current 5th, 6th, and 7th grade student to be used toward the following year's tuition. Applications are made available on the school website (under Resources) each spring.
The Knott Scholarships for Grades 4 & 8
The Knott Scholarship Funds award four-year, full-tuition scholarships to attend a Catholic parish elementary school, Catholic high school, Catholic college in Baltimore City, or in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Harford, or Howard counties. These scholarships are awarded to Catholic students who excel in academics. To apply, the student MUST meet ALL of the criteria listed on the website. For more information or to request an application, visit knottscholar.org or contact:
Knott Scholarship Funds
5850 Waterloo Road
Columbia, MD 21045
The Theresa F. Truschel Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Established in 2007 to provide scholarships to students attending Catholic schools at all levels, as well as to provide grants to Catholic institutions and organizations helping those in need who require temporary financial assistance to support themselves and their families. Applications for 2019-2020 will be available April 1, 2019 and must be post-marked by April 30, 2019. Awards will be made in June 2019. For more information, visit theresaftruschel.googlepages.com or write:
The Theresa F. Truschel Charitable Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 19142
Baltimore, MD 21284
Phone: 410.494.4463/Fax: 410.494.4492
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program
The Foundation’s Young Scholars Program is designed to nurture exceptional students who have demonstrated, through academic excellence and extracurricular activities that they have the potential to excel. Students apply for the program in 7th grade, enter the program in 8th grade, and continue through high school. Applications are typically due in mid-April. For more information and to apply online, visit http://www.jkcf.org/scholarships/young-scholars-program.
Daniel Rudd Scholarship Fund
The Daniel Rudd Scholarship Fund is administered by the Office and Board of African American Catholic Ministries of the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The Scholarship named after the founder of the National Black Catholic Congress is open to low income Catholic students currently residing in the metropolitan area of Baltimore and enrolled in a Catholic Elementary or High School within the Archdiocese of Baltimore. For more information, call (410) 625-8472 or email AACM@archbalt.org.
Gary Lee Ryon Jr. Memorial Scholarship
Sponsored by the Gary Lee Ryon Jr. Memorial Foundation, Inc., scholarships are awarded to 8th grade students accepted into a Washington or Baltimore Catholic high school. For more information, please email Betty Ryon at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be postmarked no later than May 1st of the applican'ts 8th grade year.
Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship
Awarded through the Institute for Educational Advancement, the Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship is awarded to exceptionally gifted middle school students who have demonstrated academic and personal excellence. The application process takes place when the student is in 7th grade. For more information, visit The Institute for Education Advancement website.
Institute for Educational Advancement
625 Fair Oaks Avenue
South Pasadena, CA 91030
Polish Heritage Scholarship
The Polish Heritage Association of Maryland offers a scholarship to high school and college students of Polish descent. For more information, visit The Polish American Heritage website.
The Frederick M. Gossman Memorial High School Scholarship
Designed to assist sons and daughters of members of the Knights of Columbus in paying tuition at accredited Catholic high schools, three grants of $1,500 per year, for up to four years, will be awarded. Awards are made on the basis of acedmic excellence, personal qualifications, and financial need.
The William J. O'Brien, Jr. Memorial Catholic High School Scholarship
Three grants of $1,500 per year for up to four years will be awarded. Open to Catholic student officially accepted at (or students at) accredited Catholic high schools in the jurisdiction of the Maryland State Knights of Columbus. Eligibility is open to Catholic students who are residents of the state of Maryland, and to children and grandchildren of a member of a Knights of Columbus council within the jurisdiction of Maryland. Applications are judged on academic excellence, personal qualifications, and financial need.
Colleen and Erin Marlatt Scholarship
This scholarship, awarded through The Colleen and Erin Scholarship Fund, is intended to recognize the significant sacrifices made by teachers and administrators who have accepted God's call to the ministry of Catholic education. To be eligible to apply, a student must be a dependent of a full-time teacher or administrator with 3 or more years in a Catholic elementary or high school within the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The student must be entering as a freshman at a Catholic high school. For more information, visit www.colleenanderin.org.