Students are given financial assistance from the school, called Financial Aid. Families apply through FACTS for consideration of financial aid. These awards are communicated to parents in March of 2021 for the 2021-2022 school year.
SJHS is pleased to offer FACTS Payment Plans & Grant & Aid Financial Needs Assessment on the same platform. Click the icon above to get started; this is the Financial Aid Application.
St. Joseph High School Scholarships
The scholarships listed below are available to incoming Freshmen for the 2021-2022 school year and are 4-year renewable scholarships unless indicated otherwise.
Take your time to read the scholarship descriptions and apply for those you feel you are qualified for. Please understand that although you may meet the criteria for several scholarships, the number of applicants from deserving students far exceed the number of available scholarships and therefore it is rare that any one student will receive more than one scholarship.
All applications are due by February 5, 2021. Late applications will not be accepted as the review process is long and complex. Multiple readers take the time to review every essay. The top applications will be reviewed again before awards are made.
Award notification is made mid-March. Scholarship recipients will be required to accept their award by a specific deadline or the scholarship will be forfeited. Good luck!
CEF is the abbreviation for the Catholic Education Foundation, managed and awarded by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. CEF’s mission is to provide tuition assistance to families meeting specific income parameters. Current 8th graders receiving CEF should apply through their Catholic elementary school.
New applicants (coming from non-Catholic feeders) should apply by contacting Mrs. Brackett at email@example.com.
While SJHS supports and works with CEF, we are not responsible for CEF awards, deadlines, applications, etc.