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Financial Aid & Scholarships

Financial Aid

 

Financial Aid is awarded strictly based on need. Applications for aid must be submitted each year. FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment conducts all the financial need analysis for Immaculate Conception High School. Applicants can apply online beginning September 17th at https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3k4t0 .

 

The application deadline for incoming freshmen is November 26, 2017.  For rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors, the application period is December 16, 2017 through February 4, 2018.

 

If you have questions or concerns about the application process, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 1-866-315-9262.

 

We encourage families to support ICHS Parents’ Association and Advancement events throughout the year, as these fund raisers provide significant contributions to ICHS’ scholarship and financial aid funds, as well as student activities. Your support can be through attending events, purchasing raffle tickets, making donations to tricky trays, working at the event, selling raffle tickets to co-workers if permitted, and investigating any matching gift opportunities with your company. Thank you for your support!

olarship and financial aid funds, as well as student activities. Your support can be through attending events, purchasing raffle tickets, making donations to tricky trays, working at the event, selling raffle tickets to co-workers if permitted, and investigating any matching gift opportunities with your company. Thank you for your support!

 

Scholarships

 

Criteria for scholarships are based upon academic achievement. All scholarships are renewable yearly based upon review of academic performance and conduct. All freshmen who apply to ICHS are automatically considered for academic scholarships. Scholarships are offered in the acceptance letters. We strongly recommend that you put ICHS first or second on your Co-Op list if you want to be considered for an academic scholarship.

 

Blessed Mary Angela Merit Scholarships - Five scholarships at $2,500 each are awarded to the top five incoming freshmen based on academic achievement grades 6-8, COOP exam scores, as well as state standardized test scores. These are renewable each year based on the student's academic performance and behavior.

 

Saint Pope John Paul II Merit Scholarships - Several scholarships are awarded to incoming freshmen, the number and amount of the scholarships is dependent on monies available. Recipients would be selected from the pool of top applicants. These are renewable each year based on the student’s academic performance and behavior.

 

Sister Michele Krug- Rising juniors who have a GPA of at least 85 and whose families have demonstrated financial need are invited to apply for this scholarship. This is a one-year scholarship, and is not renewable.

 

Alumnae Scholarship – The ICHS Alumnae Association holds various fund raising events throughout the year to raise funds for scholarships for a rising junior and a rising senior. Amounts awarded and number of scholarships depends on the amounts raised each year. These are one-year scholarships, and are not renewable; eligible students are invited to submit an application in the Spring.

 

Newark Inner City Scholarship Fund – All ICHS students are eligible to apply for this $1,000 scholarship funded by the Archdiocese of Newark. The Archdiocese of Newark offers financial aid to families based on financial need. To apply for the Archdiocese of Newark’s Scholarship Fund for Inner City Children, complete the application at www.sficnj.org. Application period is February 1, 2018 through April 30, 2018.  For more information, click here for details or for Frequently Asked Questions.

 

Columbus Citizens Foundation Scholarship - Incoming freshmen of Italian descent (at least 25%) are eligible to apply for this four-year scholarship.  See the Columbus Citizens Foundation website at www.columbuscitizensfd.org for details and application deadlines. 

We encourage families to apply for other outside scholarships of which they may be aware, such as those funded by parishes, Knights of Columbus, and other organizations.