FINANCIAL AID > ATTENTION HENDRICKEN PARENTS!
After this date, families who apply will be reviewed as on a rolling basis as long as funds remain available. Please call Cathy Solomon, Director of Admissions, at 401.739.3450, ext. 163 if you are concerned about the deadline. We encourage families to submit an application even if it is past the deadline.
Click HERE to apply for aid through FACTS tuition management.
Families who have applied for aid in past years must re-apply each year.
Tuition Assistance program
Bishop Hendricken High School and the Diocese of Providence strive to make a Catholic education affordable to families by allocating funds for need-based tuition assistance. For the 2017-2018 academic year, approximately 64% of our student body received some type of financial assistance. All awards are based on a family’s financial need and the availability of funds. Please refer to the separate tab for “Financial Aid” for more information on how to apply for tuition assistance.
Financial Aid Application Process
The Diocese of Providence and Bishop Hendricken High School utilize FACTS to allocate funds and determine the amount of aid to be awarded to a student. FACTS is a national tuition and financial assessment company specializing in K-12 education.
The Admissions Office will notify all prospective families when the FACTS form becomes available online and in the office, usually by November 1st. The Business Office will also notify returning families that it is available. All families should complete the FACTS application at the earliest possible date to be considered for financial aid. You should plan to have your income tax information from the previous year available at the time you complete the application.
Each year, FACTS Management Company helps more than one million families achieve their education goals. Parents are reminded to visit their website at https://factsmgt.com/parent-resources/grant-and-aid/ for additional information.
FACTS begins accepting on-line applications Nov. 1, 2017 for the 2018-19 academic year. The priority deadline for applications is February 16, 2018.
Who should apply?
If a need exists, we encourage a family to apply. A number of factors are considered to determine whether or not a family will qualify for tuition assistance.
When should families apply?
All students who apply for admission to Bishop Hendricken will receive notification by email when the form is available online. Hard copies are also available by contacting the Business Office. Parents of incoming students should submit their tuition assistance applications by mid-February for consideration. Late applications for financial aid will be considered if funds are available.
How do families apply?
Tuition assistance applications can be obtained by contacting the Business Office at 401-739-3450, ext. 117. Once the form is available online, you can access it at FACTS, then select the tab for parents and students and follow instructions under “complete application online.”
How do families know if they qualify for financial assistance?
All families are expected to make some contribution towards their son’s tuition, but we do our best to help families afford a Bishop Hendricken education. Applicants for tuition assistance will receive a letter with their financial aid award by mid-May. Notification is also made to any student who might be declined financial aid.
For incoming freshmen, priority financial aid review will be given to students who took the entrance exam at Bishop Hendricken and indicated that we are your first choice school. You will receive notification of a financial aid award within two weeks of the February 12th deadline and receipt of your enrollment deposit. To be considered, you must have filed the FACTS financial aid application and also have been verified by FACTS. For questions regarding this policy, please contact Mrs. Cathy Solomon, Director of Admissions, at 401-739-3450, ext. 163.
Do families need to re-apply each year?
Yes, awards are not automatically renewed. A new FACTS application must be submitted for each school year.
Do these awards have to be repaid?
No, awards do not have to be paid back. The awards are neither scholarships nor loans; they are awards of financial assistance offered by Bishop Hendricken to support your son’s education.
When assistance is awarded, what options are available to pay the remaining balance for my son’s tuition?
You may pay the balance of your tuition (after financial aid is applied) by any of the payment plans outlined on the Tuition and Fees page. FACTS also administers the tuition payment plans for our families, and you will be forwarded information on setting up your payment account once you have submitted the enrollment paperwork and registration fee to the Admissions Office.