Walsh Jesuit will be an EdChoice Program participant in Ohio's education program, the Educational Choice Scholarship ("EdChoice") Program for the 2020-2021 academic school year. The state program awards a $6,000 voucher to students from participating school districts so that they may attend a stronger school, public or private.
The Educational Choice Scholarship (EdChoice) Program provides students from underperforming public schools the opportunity to attend participating private schools. Several participating school districts such as Brunswick, Cuyahoga Falls, Stow, and North Royalton have been classified as eligible to participate in EdChoice.
Following up on the recent announcement of Walsh Jesuit’s plans to accept EdChoice scholarships next year, the following encouragement appeared in a Cleveland diocesan communication in early November: “Both the EdChoice and the income-based EdChoice expansion scholarship, which will serve grades K-12 for next school year, are very private-school friendly. They are written so that all private schools, including our faith-based schools, may deliver education in accordance with their missions. Operating specifics such as admissions, curriculum, materials, and discipline, all remain the school’s purview.”
More information will be coming soon to our website. In the meantime, should you have any questions regarding the EdChoice program, please refer to the Ohio Department of Education's website via this link.
For more information regarding Walsh Jesuit's participation in the EdChoice program, please contact Walsh Jesuit's Vice-President of Enrollment, Jason Ruegg at extension 177.
For the 2019-20 school year, Walsh Jesuit provided in excess of $2.5 million dollars in tuition assistance.
2019 - 2020 TUITION
For the 2019-2020 school year, tuition will be $12,700 and there will be a general fee of $425.
International Students: Tuition: $12,700 General Student Service Fee: $425 International Student Academic Support Fee: $1,000
Financial Aid awards are grants, and therefore, do not require any type of re-payment. Financial Aid grants are neither academic nor athletic scholarships. They are true reductions based solely on demonstrated financial need.
If you do not have access to a computer, please contact the Business Office to obtain an application form, instructions, and mailing envelope.
If you have questions about the tuition assistance process or how to apply, please contact:
Financial Aid is based purely on demonstrated need. Walsh Jesuit will receive recommendations from FACTS and they are reviewed by our committee who determines awards. Please remember that we try our best to meet all family's demonstrated need, but we do not have unlimited funds. Thus, it is important to complete the FACTS application within the due dates listed in the "Important Dates and Process" section above.
Do I have to Apply for Financial Aid Every Year?
Yes. Everyone must apply each year as Financial Aid is based on demonstrated need. Families can confidently expect to have consistent Financial Aid for the four years they are at Walsh Jesuit if their financial situation remains consistent. Please refer to "Important Dates and Process" section for details.
What if I have multiple students attending Walsh Jesuit?
While we do not offer specific discounts for this situation, we will consider multiple tuition totals when determining awards.
Are there any other sources of tuition assistance available besides Financial Aid?
Yes, Walsh Jesuit is proud to offer many different types of scholarships. Please refer to the "Scholarship Opportunities" page for details.
Are there payment plans available?
Yes, please refer to "Tuition Payment Options" section below for details.
What is the contact information for FACTS?
Phone number for FACTS Management is 866-441-4637
What is the contact information for Financial Aid & Tuition Assistance at Walsh Jesuit?
Walsh Jesuit continues to offer alternatives for paying tuition with several payment options which have no fees. All tuition payment plans will be administered by FACTS Tuition Management Systems (FACTS). All families are REQUIRED to enroll in a payment plan option with FACTS. If you are a returning family you already have a FACTS account, if you are an incoming family after your registration has been processed, an email invite will be sent for you to enroll in a FACTS account. If you already have a FACTS account from a grade school that account can be used, just use that login information when you receive the email invite.
FACTS offers several different payment plan options, below is a listing of the different plans:
1-payment – due July 20th,
2-payments – due July 20th and December 20th
4-payments – due July 20th, October 20th, January 20th, and April 20th,
10-payments – due July 20th to April 20th,
12-payments – due June 20th to May 20th, (Note that payments begin in JUNE)
For all payment options, you may elect automatic payment from a checking or savings account (ACH), check or money order through the mail, and credit card payments with MasterCard. VISA is not currently an option for credit card processing; credit card payments have a processing fee of 2.5% added to each transaction.
Walsh Jesuit High School has partnered with Flywire in order to streamline the process of international payments. Flywire allows you to pay securely from any country and any bank, generally in your home currency. By making a payment through Flywire you can • Track your payments from start to finish • Save on bank fees and exchange rates • Contact their multilingual customer support team with any questions, day or night. To get started, visit https://www.flywire.com/school/walshjesuit
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