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Affording Archbishop Carroll

FACTS Tuition Management

Archbishop Carroll, as an Archdiocesan High School, has partnered with FACTS Tuition Management to manage tuition and fee payments for families.  The Tuition Office will enroll families in FACTS. Families will then choose the payment plan and method that is most convenient.  The four payment plan options are listed below.  Additionally, families with students transferring to Carroll in the middle of the school year will be billed a pro-rated tuition based on the time of enrollment.

 

Click HERE for the FACTS website.  

FACTS customer service: 1-866-441-4637 

FACTS payment mailing address: FACTS Management Co., P.O.Box 2597, Omaha, NE 68103. Please include customer ID # on your check.

Monthly Payments: June – April
Quarterly Payments: June, September, December, and March
Semester Payments: June and December

Full: June 15

2021-2022 Tuition Information

Archbishop Carroll is an Archdiocesan secondary school; therefore, the tuition is determined by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Tuition costs are announced in January for the upcoming school year. The school fees are determined by Archbishop Carroll and announced at the same time as the tuition. The tuition and fee schedule for each school year is sent to registered students in the winter prior to the school year for which it applies.

  • The tuition for all classes for the 2021-22 school year is $8,850 a year.
  • Click here for detailed tuition payment schedules and the tuition refund policy.
  • The school fee for all classes for the 2021-22 school year is $1,500.
  • Students participating in athletics and select activities are billed separately. 
  • Click HERE for the athletics and activities fees.

 

Questions?

Freshmen and Transfer Students contact:
 
Michelle Wall
Director of Admissions
610-688-7610 x399

 

Returning Students contact:

Lisa Ritter
Tuition Officer
Phone: 610-688-7610 x136
Fax: 610-971-0827

FACTS Tuition Management

 

Many opportunities are available for financial assistance for families applying to Archbishop John Carroll High School. Once your application is complete and you are accepted to Archbishop Carroll, you are then eligible to complete the FACTS application for financial aid.

  

These opportunities use both income and need-based criteria.

The application for Financial Aid is available through FACTS, the same website you use to pay tuition. Visit https://online.factsmgt.com/aid to apply online.

 

After completing their application, families will be provided options (mail, fax, or online upload) for submitting their supporting tax documents (2019 tax return; FACTS will contact families who do not file a tax return to confirm what documents they need to provide).

  • 2021-2022 application opens up October 1, 2020
  • $35 application fee per family
  • Priority deadline: 12/31/20. Applications after this date are reviewed on a rolling basis.
  • Requires supporting documentation (2019 tax return)

 

Archbishop Carroll SCRIP helps parents earn tuition credits!


We welcome all of our parents, relatives, and friends of Archbishop Carroll to participate in our Scrip Program. Simply purchase gift cards through the Archbishop Carroll Scrip Program for a variety of stores and restaurants to earn tuition credit. Tuition credit can be used towards payment of your child's tuition or school fee. This can be anything from ACME, to Bath & Body Works, to Wawa! 

HOW IT WORKS

  • Raise money by purchasing gift cards at face value
  • Shop 750+ top brands and immediately earn up to 20% on every gift card you buy 
  • You can easily raise $1,000 or more every year to put towards your child’s tuition.

USE GIFT CARDS AT FULL VALUE FOR DAILY PURCHASES

  • Earnings come from brands, not from your pocket, so gift cards are worth every penny. Raise money simply by doing everyday things—like grabbing your morning coffee or ordering dinner for the family.

 

HOW TO GET STARTED

 

  • Create an account on the RaiseRight app or at ShopWithScrip.com using our organization’s enrollment code: 5F56DE9A823
  • Seamlessly check out and receive eGift cards faster by securely paying online with a linked bank account or credit card.

You can always email or call in your order to pick up actual cards if you do not register online. If you do not have a student at Archbishop Carroll, no problem, you will help raise funds for the school. We do suggest you register online, this way you can see the cards available at the school, or order additional cards. 

QUESTIONS?
Please Contact: Sharon Corbett at Scrip@jcarroll.org

 Did You Know? 529 Plans Can Be Used!

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which was signed into law in December 2017, allows families to use your 529 plans to pay for up to $10,000 in tuition expenses at elementary or secondary public, private or parochial schools. The changes became effective on January 1, 2018. For more information please visit the website The College Investor.  You can calculate how much you need to save in a 529 plan to cover private school tuition costs here

Scouts Grant

A $2,500 scholarship will be granted to three students who have been a part of Scouts of America for at least two years. This grant is renewable each of the four years at Carroll, provided that the student continues with the Scout program. Verification will be asked for each year. To apply, please send a Scout leader recommendation letter, along with troop information to mwall@jcarroll.org

 

Salute to Service Grant

A $2,500 scholarship will be granted to three students who have a parent or primary guardian who is an active-duty military member, an active or retired law enforcement employee or firefighter, and/or a military branch veteran. This grant is renewable each of the four years at Carroll, but the student must have an overall 7th grade average of a 94 or better. To apply, please send the parent or guardian service information to mwall@jcarroll.org

 

Catholic Identity Grant

A $2,500 scholarship will be granted to three students who have a 94 or better final grade for Religion in 7th grade and who have been active in youth ministry for at least two years; an example of this would be serving as an altar server or participating in a youth group. To apply please send a recommendation letter from a pastor or youth group leader to mwall@jcarroll.org

 

Lawrence J. Nowlan Scholarship for the Arts 

The Lawrence J. Nowlan Scholarship for the Arts is offered for all disciplines of performing and visual arts.  Rising 9th-grade students must submit a completed application and a piece of work or record of performance.  More information can be found on the SchoolAdmin application portal.

 

Archdiocese of Philadelphia and Other Foundation Scholarships

There are a number of scholarships available through the Archdiocese and outside foundations, including but not limited to:

  •  The Monsignor John Mitchell Scholarship
    Monsignor Mitchell served as a priest of the Archdiocese from 1939 through 1981. During that time, he was the Pastor of Saint Ignatius of Loyola and Saint Francis de Sales Parishes in West Philadelphia, where he was known for his faithful ministry to African American Catholics.  In light of this, the Monsignor Mitchell Scholarship Fund supports high school students in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia who are Catholic and African American, with academic ability and financial need.  One (or more, if economically feasible) one-year scholarship(s), up to $2,500, will be awarded annually based upon the determination of the Selection Committee. Student recipients must reapply each year.
  • Neumann Scholars Program
  • Josephine C. Connelly Achievement Award
  • Stonemor Scholars Program
  • Ellis Trust for Girls
    • We are happy to announce the online application for the Ellis Trust Tuition Assistance Grant for the 2021/2022 academic year is now open! Girls who are considering attending an Independent or Parochial high school next year are encouraged to apply.  REMEMBER: Applicants MUST reapply for funding each year; grants are not automatically renewed. The application DEADLINE is Monday, March 15th.
      For more information about the Ellis Trust and the application process:
       

Find out more information about scholarships available through the Archdiocese of Philadelphia