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Tuition Assistance Program


Tuition Assistance Deadline Extended

All applications for Tuition Assistance for the 2017-2018 school year were due last Friday, January 13. We have we have extended the deadline until Monday, January 23 at 11:59 p.m.


Questions: Contact the Main Office (562) 920-1734

Through the generosity of our donors and philanthropic organizations we are able to assist students who demonstrate financial need and those who demonstrate distinguished meritorious achievement. Awards by the school help off-set tuition expenses and are not intended to supplement tuition entirely. As such, awards may not meet a family’s entire financial need or meritorious expectation. All families receiving assistance are required to contribute to meet their full tuition obligation.

Please follow the process carefully so that St. John Bosco High School can effectively assess the merits of all applicants.

How to Apply for Tuition Assistance for the Academic Year 2017-2018:
  1. Complete and submit to St. John Bosco High School the Tuition Assistance Program Application.

    Bring this to the main office or mail it to:
    Tuition Assistance Program
    St. John Bosco High School
    13640 Bellflower Blvd.
    Bellflower, CA 90706
  2. Establish an account and complete the application with FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment by visiting www.factstuitionaid.com.
  3. Submit documentation to FACTS (866) 315-9264 that demonstrates how much of the tuition costs you are able to afford. These would include your: 2015 Federal Income Tax Form 1040, 401(k) and or investment accounts, last 2 pay stubs, and last 2 bank statements.

The application process (above) must be completed by Friday, January 13, 2017.

  • Any incomplete or late applications after January 13, 2017 will be given second consideration. Tuition scholarship awards are conditional until registration for the 2017-2018 school year is complete. Those families who do not register by Thursday, March 31, 2017 forfeit their award.
  • Receiving a scholarship from St. John Bosco High School is a privilege; therefore, meeting academic and character expectations is essential to maintain a scholarship. In accordance with the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) rules, St. John Bosco High School does not offer athletic scholarships. All participating students are required to maintain a specific academic GPA to remain in good standing with the program. Failure to meet GPA requirements may lead to loss of co-curricular/athletic participation or loss of an award.
  • The Tuition Assistance Program requires parent participation in the form of donated hours in school activities. Depending on the amount of assistance, the required participation will range from 25 to 100 hours of donated help at scheduled times from April 1, 2017 through March 31, 2018.
  • Donated help in the Bingo program requires reasonable English language skills and will normally be on Saturday evenings from 5:15 – 10:30 p.m. If you are not assigned to Bingo, you may be asked to participate in another school activity. Specific dates and activities will be assigned to each family, and either parent would be expected to be present to cover their commitment.

The St. John Bosco High School Tuition Assistance Program Committee will begin the review process after January 13, 2017. All applicants will be notified of their status by March 3, 2017.