Admissions

Tuition & Assistance

The doors of St. Cecilia Academy are open to students and families of all socio-economic backgrounds who desire to be a part of the mission and vision of the school. We are proud of the geographic, cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic diversity of our students. Our students come from 44 different zip codes, and 37% of our students receive need-based tuition assistance. The St. Cecilia Academy experience is enhanced and enriched by the growing rich diversity and inclusiveness welcoming spirit of its student body, and the school tries hard to work individually with each family, regardless of financial situation.

Please note that the tuition assistance application (FACTS) takes time, has a strict deadline and is submitted in addition to the regular application for admission to St. Cecilia Academy.

Tuition for the 2019-2020 school year is $18,985. Books and course fees vary depending on a student's schedule.

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  • Scholarships

    St. Cecilia Academy offers need-based scholarships to those who qualify. Please click here to view scholarships and contact the Admissions Office for scholarships and tuition assistance opportunities.
    TSSAA Tuition and Financial Aid rules
  • Need-Based Assistance

    St. Cecilia Academy offers need-based tuition assistance and scholarships as determined by the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment Application, a third-party financial institution, to qualified students. In order for a student to be considered for any scholarship or tuition assistance, the parent must submit an application for admission as well as the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment Application. FACTS applications are available here.

    Questions about Tuition Assistance? Contact Kimberly Songy, songyk@dominicancampus.org

    As part of your FACTS application, you will be required to mail or fax the following documents to FACTS: 2019 IRS Federal Form 1040, 1040A, or 1040-EZ U.S. Individual Income Tax Return. If applicant and co- applicant file separately, FACTS requires both tax returns for the same tax year including all schedules. Copies of all 2019 W-2 Wage and Tax Statement for both you and your spouse. In the case of divorced families, both parties must complete and submit the Financial Aid Grant and Assessment and submit the necessary forms to FACTS.

    FACTS will collect all supporting documents and will create the report and send it to St. Cecilia. No tuition assistance awards will be given if these steps are not taken. Please note, families receiving tuition assistance must re-apply each year through FACTS. Families applying for tuition assistance through FACTS do not need to send anything to St. Cecilia. Questions about FACTS? Contact Denise Hayes, hayesd1@dominicancampus.org

    Education tuition loans can be found through Your Tuition Solutions.

    The tuition assistance application is due to FACTS on February 20, 2020.


  • Parish Subsidies

    For Catholic families, please note that the parishes listed below offer subsidies to their parishioners who regularly attend mass and tithe. Click on the name of your parish, download the subsidy form and submit it to your parish's business office. Each parish that provides a subsidy independently determines their amount and submits a check to St. Cecilia directly. Then, the St. Cecilia business office deducts that amount from your tuition balance. These checks are typically received during the fall semester. For additional information, please contact Denise Hayes hayesd1@dominicancampus.org.