Scholarships & Financial Assistance
We believe that Catholic education is both a sound investment in your child’s future as well as a considerable financial commitment and responsibility. At Saint Thomas Aquinas, we are committed to making tuition affordable and accessible to students from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds.
We are happy to assist families who demonstrate a genuine financial need based on their income, family size, employment, expenses, and specific situation. We strive to meet all applicants’ needs to the best of our ability and within our funding guidelines.
We expect all families to make paying tuition a priority. Families applying for assistance must be willing to make a reasonable sacrifice to provide their children the benefit of a private college preparatory, faith-based education.
We recognize and appreciate the tuition subsidy from all of the Johnson County parishes, which help reduce parishioners’ financial responsibility.
If you need financial assistance, please click on the link below and observe deadlines.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS 2021- 22 School Year
Saint Thomas Aquinas Financial Assistance Grant Program will open on October 1, 2020
Based on need, this fund provides financial assistance for families who might not be able to provide a Catholic secondary education for their children.
Every family must re-apply each school year.
Round 1 of Awards:
Complete and submit your application by February 1st, along with supporting tax documents using 2019 Form 1040.
Awards will be distributed by the end of February.
Round 2 of Awards:
Complete and submit your application by April 15, 2021, for the 2021-22 school year - EXTENDED TO MAY 1ST. Awards will be distributed by early May.
NO APPLICATIONS will be accepted after May 1. 2021 unless there is a demonstrated hardship. In this case, contact Diane Pyle, Director of Admissions, at 913-319-2423. Keep in mind; all funds may already be distributed.
To apply for Financial Assistance, Please CLICK HERE.
Guardian Angel Fund
This tuition assistance fund is designated for families in emergency situations who might not otherwise provide or continue to provide a Catholic education for their children due to loss of employment, serious illness, divorce, or a parent's death. Contact Dr. Fallon, President, directly.
Contact Dr. Paul Fallon, President, at 913-319-2437.