Tuition and fees may be paid in quarterly installments, due June 1, 2023, September 1, 2023, December 1, 2023, and March 1, 2024. The additional fee for utilizing the quarterly payment option is $500 for the first student. The fee will be $250 for each additional sibling. Example: Total fee of $750 for 2 children; $1000 for 3 children. (All quarterly payment fees are due in full with the first installment) Make online payment HERE.
Outstanding Balance Students with an outstanding balance, including the John Paul II High School ReEnrollment Contract Plan Selected, dining hall account, applicable senior fees, and technology fees, will not be allowed to take exams, attend classes or receive a report card/ transcript until payment is made in full. Any student returning to class with an outstanding balance will be sent to the office and parent(s) will be called to pick the student up from school. As a general reminder, seniors must be completely cleared of all financial obligations in order to participate in graduation and receive final transcripts. The following late fee schedule will apply to all past-due tuition accounts.
Tuition Late Fee Schedule 1-5 days past due $100 6-10 days past due $100
For example, on the 9/1/23 due date, if the quarter is not paid in full by 9/1, from 9/2-9/5 there would be $100.00 in late fees added. If the payment is still not paid by 9/6-9/10 there will be an additional $100.00 added and on 9/11/21 the student would not be allowed to attend classes. The remaining quarters will work in the same format.
*It is our sincere desire that none of these steps becomes necessary, particularly the final step. Nevertheless, we will adhere to the above schedule in our effort to be as consistent as possible among all families.
Loans Investing in your student’s education at John Paul II High School is an investment in their future. For most families, this is a serious financial commitment. In an effort to make this excellent education financially affordable regardless of a family’s financial circumstances, “Your Tuition Solutions” offers a flexible payment schedule, with low-interest rates, and extended term limits. However, you may use any other financial institution of your choice as long as the tuition is received by June 1st. Families may request information about “Your Tuition Solutions” from Lizette Belloni in the Business Office at 469-229-5116 or by going to www.yourtuitionsolution.com.
APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID
John Paul II High school is committed to providing need-based financial assistance to qualified families. Families must use the FACTS Management Program in order to apply for financial assistance. Each family’s request for financial aid is evaluated on a yearly basis through this confidential process. For any questions regarding financial aid, please contact the Admissions Office at 469.229.5195 or by Email.
To begin the Financial Aid process, please CLICK HERE
The online application and fee must be received by FACTSno later than February 24, 2023.
Requests received after the February deadline will be considered on a funds available basis. 2022 Federal Income Tax information must be submitted to FACTS for income verification. Awards will not be made without FACTS income verification.
Award recipients meeting the verification criteria will be notified beginning March 10, 2023.
In some circumstances, the family may be asked by the Financial Aid Committee to submit more documentation to substantiate their request.
Students receiving Financial Aid must maintain an overall 2.5-grade point average to retain their Financial Aid eligibility.
TUITION ASSISTANCE OPPORTUNITIES
All applicants are considered for a number of different merit-based scholarships and grants. Merit-based scholarship awards are determined by the JPII Admissions Committee after a holistic review of each applicant has been completed. Awards are distributed upon acceptance.
Any employee of a school in the Diocese of Dallas is eligible to receive a grant contingent upon employment verification.
FINANCIAL AID POLICY
At John Paul II High School we take very seriously our responsibility as stewards of the financial resources with which we have been entrusted. Our goal is to ask our families for as little as is necessary to provide the level of instruction and formation our community expects.
When making any financial decision, regarding expenses, capital purchases, or tuition and fees, we are guided by the below principles:
Seek to maintain long-term financial stability of the school
Provide the resources necessary for education and formation to fulfill our mission of Catholic education
Be as cost-effective and accessible as possible
Be fair and consistent to all families
To view our entire Financial Aid Policy please CLICK HERE.
This must be conducted in person at JPIIHS after above steps have been completed. An appointment can be scheduled by contacting Bill Symon. The following are the policies for which acknowledgement is required: