Tuition Assistance

There are several options available to families seeking assistance with the cost of a Catholic education.   Parents of Gesu students in Kindergarten – Grade 6 can apply for a full or partial grant from the Father Robert McAuley, SJ Scholarship Fund.  Parents of Gesu students in grades 7-8 and those attending a Catholic high school can apply for a grant from the Father Francis T. Dietz, SJ Scholarship Fund.

Applications are available in the spring of each year and they are due by May 31, 2017.  Families who do receive assistance must reapply each year for these grants.

Father Robert J. McAuley S.J. Scholarship Fund

The Father Robert J. McAuley, S.J. Scholarship Fund offers financial assistance for a Gesu School education to children in grades kindergarten through six, attending Gesu School whose needs warrant full or partial grants. Candidates need to be registered members of Gesu Parish and must be attending or planning to attend Gesu School this fall. The family must prove financial need. They must demonstrate the desire for a Gesu School education and intent to apply themselves to the best of their abilities to the school’s scholastic and moral principles.

This year the application must be completed online using the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment program.  Paper applications will not be accepted.  The link to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment is:  https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3X15Q.  The deadline for applying is May 31, 2017.

Please refer to the attached  FACTS document for more information on the application process.

If you have questions or concerns about the application process, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 866-441-4637

Candidates will not be considered for aid unless the above procedure is followed and the application form is totally complete.

Father Francis T. Dietz S.J. Scholarship Fund

The Fr. Francis Dietz, S.J. Scholarship Fund offers financial assistance for a Catholic High School education and a Gesu School education to children in seventh and eighth grade. Candidates need to be registered members of Gesu Parish. The family must prove financial need.  They must demonstrate a desire for a Catholic High School or Gesu School education, and intent to apply themselves to the best of their ability to the school’s scholastic and moral principles.

 

This year the application must be completed online using the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment program.  Paper applications will not be accepted.  The link to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment is: https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3X15Q.  The deadline for applying is May 31, 2017.

 

Please refer to the attached  FACTS document for more information on the application process.

If you have questions or concerns about the application process, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 866-441-4637.

Candidates will not be considered for aid unless the above procedure is followed and the application form is totally complete.

 

Knights of Columbus

Each year the Knights of Columbus award three partial scholarships to Catholic high schools to Gesu eighth grade students as they approach graduation. Each scholarship is renewable for each high school year pending student grade point average and conduct as tracked at the high school. The scholarship is named in honor of deceased Knights of Columbus member Robert J. Blazunas who was a Gesu parishioner, parent, and tireless volunteer with the Knights.

Students must write an essay based on a theme which focuses on being a Catholic citizen in our society today.  Parents also give a brief financial statement and the school administration works with the Knights to decide upon the winners.  The winners are announced at the 8th grade Awards Assembly which is held prior to graduation.