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Financial Aid

St. John's College offers financial aid scholarships to students who demonstrate a need for assistance. These scholarships help to ensure that all students, regardless of their financial background, have access to quality education. The application process is straightforward, and the school provides a range of resources to support students through the process. Thanks to these scholarships, many students are able to pursue their academic goals and achieve success without worrying about the financial burden of tuition and other expenses.

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Each school year, income from the Landivar Scholarship Fund is used to provide assistance to students who qualify for financial aid. The Landivar Scholarship Fund, established in the 1950s, assists needy and qualified students through the program each year. In return for the assistance received from the College, students who are awarded Landivar Scholarships are expected to make a commitment of service by carrying out specific duties assigned by the Vice-Principal for Student Affairs and are supervised by designated faculty supervisors. Such service may include providing assistance as student assistants in one of the school offices, including: the Principal’s Office, the Student Affairs Office, the Student Services Office, other office that might be assigned.

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Each school year, income from the Mary O’Connor Scholarship Sponsorship Fund is used to provide assistance to students who qualify for financial aid. The Mary O’Connor Scholarship Sponsorship Fund assists needy and qualified students through the program each year.

Students must maintain the minimum of a 2.5 G.P.A. in school year work and pass all core subjects. Additionally, students’ academic performance and disciplinary record will be evaluated at the end of the first semester and the end of the second semester in order to determine whether the scholarship will be renewed.

Students are required to attend an after-school tutoring program four times a week as indicated by the Principal of the High School. Parents of these students are required to attend meetings called by the administration, pick up mid and end of semester report cards. Parents must also visit the school regularly to check on the academic and disciplinary progress of the enrolled student. The evaluations are reviewed by the Financial Aid Committee at these times. Students must adhere to the Student Code of Conduct of the College as outlined in the Student Handbook. Students who are placed on suspension for disciplinary issues risk losing the award. The ultimate decision will be made by the Financial Aid Committee.

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In the spirit of St. Ignatius, St. John’s College strive to keep a Jesuit education affordable and accessible. In addition to supporting a subsidized tuition model and controlling cost inflation for families, St. John’s College High School provides significant need-based financial aid.

St. John’s College High School’s President’s Scholarship is a renewable award for exemplary students in different areas, spiritually, intellectually, morally, and more. This competitive scholarship can cover up to the full cost of tuition and fees. This scholarship was designed to offer a Jesuit education & leadership opportunities to set the world on fire through faith & service.

The President’s scholarship awards are renewable each year and contingent upon a student’s excellent citizenship, academic performance, and service. This unique scholarship promotes academic excellence, fosters unity, and provides leadership & service opportunities.


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