Only one application is needed to apply for the Good Shepherd Scholarship, the Guardian Angel Scholarship, Family Tuition Cap Scholarship, and the Technology Fee Scholarship
Please use this link to apply: GoodShepherd/GuardianAngel/Family Cap Scholarships
Sacred Heart School Tuition & Scholarship Information
The cost of educating each student at Sacred Heart is approximately $8,000.00. With a tuition list price K-8 of $2,150.00 and 9-12 of $2,550.00, the remaining costs are covered by Endowment distributions, parish assessments, fundraising and donations. Additional Technology fee of $330.00. Additional assistance that may be available to your family include:
Good Shepherd Diocesan Scholarship
Local Guardian Angel Scholarship
Family Cap Scholarship
Technology Fee Scholarship
For parents who are between 0 and 225% of the federal poverty level, families will receive the Good Shepherd Diocesan Scholarship per child of either $1600.00 (K-8) or $1900.00 (9-12). The local Guardian Angel Scholarship will assist parents who are between 226% – 400% of the federal poverty level and are not eligible for the Good Shepherd Diocesan Scholarship.
|Under 225% of Poverty Level||Tuition||Tech Fee||Published Tuition||Good Shepherd Scholarship and Tech Fee Scholarship||Net Tuition|
|High School||$2,550||$330||$2,880||$1900 + $330 = $2230||$650|
|Grade School||$2,150||$330||$2,480||$1600 + $330 = $1930||$550|
|226%-325% of Poverty Level||Tuition||Tech Fee||Published Tuition||Guardian Angel Scholarship and Tech Fee Scholarship||Net Tuition|
|High School||$2,550||$330||$2,880||$600 + $380 = $980||$1,900|
|Grade School||$2,150||$330||$2,480||$600 + $380 = $980||$1,500|
|326%-400% of Poverty Level||Tuition||Tech Fee||Published Tuition||Guardian Angel Scholarship and Tech Fee Scholarship||Net Tuition|
|High School||$2,550||$330||$2,880||$400 + $380 = $780||$2,100|
|Grade School||$2,150||$330||$2,480||$400 + $380 = $780||$1,700|
|Over 400% of Poverty Level||Tuition||Tech Fee||Published Tuition||Tech Fee Scholarship||Net Tuition|
*Families are eligible for a Family Tuition Cap Scholarship in Lincoln Diocese Catholic Schools, regardless of income level. A maximum of three students from a family will be charged tuition; all other students are eligible for a full tuition scholarship, even if students are in multiple Diocesan schools. This does not apply to preschool students. Families must apply through FACTS for the Family Tuition Cap Scholarship.
FACTS Information Participation in FACTS is required for any financial assistance. Sacred Heart will use the same FACTS application as the Good Shepherd Scholarship, so only one application is needed. We ask that everyone fill out the FACTS application by March 31, 2021.. If a household does not fill out FACTS, they will not be eligible for a Good Shepherd Diocesan Scholarship, Family Tuition Cap or local Guardian Angel Scholarship. According to the Diocese website: “Families of K-12 students may apply for tuition assistance by completing a FACTS application online at www.goodshepherdscholarship.com. FACTS is a third-party company used to evaluate applications, by using FACTS it helps to ensure the process is fair and financial data is secure and confidential. The information used for the Good Shepherd Scholarship will have restricted access, limited only to the Diocesan Education Office for the purpose of awarding scholarships and no one at the local school will have access to your information.”Note: There is a $35 FACTS application fee per family. If you need assistance in paying this fee, please contact the school office for a waiver. Please contact the school to setup an appointment if you would like help in filling out the application or uploading requested documents. Evening appointments are available.
Falls City Sacred Heart Catholic School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions, policies, scholarship and loan program, and athletic and other school-administered programs.