Central Catholic strives to support as many families through a variety of tuition assistance programs. Due to funding limitations, we are rarely able to provide the full financial need. Priority is given to those who exhibit high aptitude and disposition towards the Marianist charism. As a general rule of thumb, most types of tuition assistance do not stack. For example, if a student is the Top Boy from his 8th-grade class but also is awarded the MUSP scholarship, he is only awarded the MUSP scholarship which supersedes any other assistance.
Applying for Tuition Assistance with FACTS
FACTS is a third-party that helps Central Catholic in assessing and verifying the tuition assistance needs of a family. Families interested in applying for assistance will need to complete a Financial Needs Assessment (FACTS Tuition Assistance and Scholarship Application). FACTS is NOW open for 2020-2021 applications. Our school code is 1611. We highly recommend parents to apply. Unless otherwise stated, all forms of tuition assistance require a FACTS application. Fully complete the application and submit all required documents by the deadline in order to be considered for tuition assistance.
•Hope for the Future: The Financial Needs Assessment in FACTS can be reviewed for additional tuition assistance by Hope for the Future, a tuition assistance program by the Archdiocese of San Antonio available to Catholic and non-Catholic students who meet eligibility requirements and enroll in one of the Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of San Antonio. This program is separate from Central Catholic's tuition assistance; therefore, Hope for the Future has its own deadlines and notification dates. Learn more HERE.
Specific tuition assistance based on set criteria. Scholarships fall into two categories.
1) Automatic Admissions Scholarships - Automatically awarded based on performance on entrance exam (HSPT) and/or class rank from transferring school. There is no need to apply (but verification may be necessary). These scholarships are renewed each year as long as the student maintains a 3.5 GPA and attends Central Catholic.
• Central Catholic High School William Joseph Chaminade Scholarship: a $1,500 scholarship provided to the highest-ranking boy in his 8th grade graduating class. A letter from the students' 8th-grade principal must be sent to the awards committee in order for the student to receive this scholarship. This scholarship is renewed each year as long as the student maintains a 3.5 GPA and attends Central Catholic
• The Central Catholic HSPT Marianist Scholarship: score of 85% - 89% is awarded a $1,000 scholarship; score of 90% or higher is awarded a $1,500 scholarship
2) President’s Scholar Award: A highly competitive scholarship that awards between a 50%-100% tuition scholarship. Students must exhibit exceptional academic aptitude, servant leadership, moral character, and disposition towards the school’s mission. The application deadline has been extended to Monday, April 6, 2020, for Class of 2024 incoming freshmen.
• Incoming Freshmen or Transfer Students are eligible to apply
• Must score at 85% or high er on the HSPT and hold at least a 3.75 GPA
• Demonstrate an understanding of the Marianist Charism and Central Catholic's core values
• Must submit a hard copy of the
• Any finalist will interview with the President of Central Catholic President's Scholarship Application
Marianist Urban Studies Program (MUSP)
This program was established and is managed by the Marianist Order to help students achieve high school through their participation in the program's offerings. The program normally accepts four students per entering freshman class and provides annually 2/3 of the cost of tuition. A separate application is required.
Tuition Assistance Program
In partnership with Aramark and Sabor, the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) allows parents/guardians to manage and staff concession stands at events held at various arenas. For each event worked a percentage of concession proceeds are returned to Central Catholic School and applied as payment towards tuition costs.
Benefits of being part of this organization:
• Make your own schedule. Events help are distributed each month and you decide which events you can work at.
• Payments are posted directly to your student's account, hassle-free on a monthly basis
• An organization comprised of dedicated and hard-working parents. Team environment and partake in social activities to build teamwork.
Typical events consist of set-up/ food prep, sales, and clean up. Requirements: current TABC license, commitment, ability to work in a team environment and like to have fun!
For more information contact:
Sandi Badillo—T.A.P’s Coordinator
Cell # 210.380.0810