Saints Neumann Goretti is committed to making our educational experience accessible to all families. Through the generosity of our alumni and friends, we are able to offer need-based financial assistance to offset a portion of tuition to those who qualify. Financial aid grants typically cover between 10 – 25% of the total cost of tuition at SNG, and can be combined with academic and outside scholarships. We strongly encourage every family to apply for financial aid. Financial aid requests have no impact on admissions decisions.
In order to be considered for need-based tuition assistance, families must complete a FACTS Financial Aid application. Please see below for additional information.
Please contact our Tuition Manager, Denise Arrigale, with any questions or for assistance completing your Financial Aid application:
215-465-8437, ext. 246
Tuition for the 2019-2020 school year is as follows:
Base Tuition $7,900
School Fee $1,150
Tuition for the 2020-2021 school year will be set in early 2020.
Scholarships and Financial Aid grants may be applied toward the base tuition. All families are required to pay the school fee.
SNG partners with FACTS Management for tuition payments. Through an online FACTS tuition account, families can make tuition payments using electronic debit from a bank account or credit card. Payments may be made monthly (June – April), quarterly, bi-annually, or in full. The first payment for the upcoming year is due in June.
Academic Merit Scholarships are offered to 9th grade applicants based on their Entrance Exam scores and 7th grade GPAs. We review applications on a rolling basis. Priority for these awards will be given to students who take their Entrance Exam and submit their 7th grade report cards by November 30th. Students do not need to complete an additional application in order to be considered for these scholarships.
Scholarships range from 15 – 100% of base tuition* and are directly tied to exam scores and GPA. Academic Merit Scholarships are renewable each year so long as students maintain their grades, conduct, and attendance. Scholarship recipients will be notified by email within two-three weeks of their Entrance Exam, so long as they have also submitted all required application materials.
*Saints Neumann Goretti’s tuition is comprised of base tuition and a school fee. All families are required to pay the school fee. Scholarships may not be used to cover the school fee.
The Saints Neumann Goretti Leadership Grant recognizes four 9th grade applicants who demonstrate exceptional leadership and service to their community. Recipients will receive a $2500 tuition grant, renewable each year so long as they maintain their GPA, conduct, school service, and attendance. Applicants should be prepared to show a record of service to their school or community and concrete examples of their leadership. To apply for this grant:
The application deadline is December 1, 2019.Recipients will be notified by email no later than December 20, 2019.
The Children’s Educational Opportunity Fund offers scholarships to children who are enrolled in public/charter schools and wish to attend a private school (such as SS. Neumann Goretti). Please visit the CEO America website to learn more and apply.
The Ellis Grant offers tuition assistance to girls who reside in Philadelphia, live in a household where one or both parents are absent or mentally or physically impaired, and have grades of C or better in major subjects. Visit the Ellis Trust website to learn more and apply. The application will open on January 1, 2020.
The Howley Family Foundation Scholarship awards $3,200 annually to each recipient. The recipient must carry a 3.0 (85 or >) average and be involved in a minimum of one extra-curricular activity. Recipients will be determined by their application and their financial need based on their FACTS Grant and Aid application. In order to be considered for a Howley Scholarship, applicants must have a completed FACTS Financial Aid application on file. The application is available here and is due by December 15, 2019.
The John T. Mitchell Memorial Trust Scholarship supports Catholic African American students with exceptional academic ability who are in need of financial assistance. Scholarship(s) are awarded annually based upon the determination of the selection committee. Applicants must be in good academic standing with at least a B average, be committed to community service, and demonstrate financial need.
This $2,500 grant is awarded to one student in the Class of 2024 in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. In order to be considered, students must meet the following criteria:
The Josephine C. Connelly Achievement Award is a four-year tuition grant presented to 8th grade students currently attending Philadelphia parish or regional Catholic elementary schools who best demonstrate the value of a Catholic education by striving to achieve their full academic potential. The four-year grant covers 40% of the student’s tuition. An annual review by the high school president determines renewal of the Connelly Foundation’s yearly commitment to each student. To learn more about this program, contact your grade school administrator.
The Maguire Foundation, in partnership with Faith in the Future Foundation, awards $3,000 per-year scholarships to at least six incoming 9th grade students each school year. The scholarships are awarded based on academic and personal achievement, as well as family financial need. The scholarship is renewable for each of the four years of high school, given that the Maguire Scholar maintains standards certain standards set forth in the application. Students must complete a FACTS Financial Aid application in order to be considered for a Maguire Scholarship. Applicants for the Class of 2024 may now apply through the SNG Applicant Portal. Applications, including a completed FACTS application, are due by December 15, 2019.
This scholarship is open to all incoming freshmen (accepted for the 2020-2021 school year), current freshmen, sophomores, and juniors currently enrolled in Roman Catholic High School, Mercy Career & Technical High School and Ss. John Neumann and Maria Goretti High School. This is a one-time, $2,500 scholarship paid directly to the school in the recipient’s name, to be used for tuition costs only. Each year two new scholarship recipients will be chosen. No student may win the award more than once. Applications will be available in 2020.
The Alumni of Northeast Catholic High School (Philadelphia, PA), the Norphans, provide $500 grants to children of North alumni. Applicants must also complete a FACTS Financial Aid application to be considered for this grant. The application for the Norphans Grant is available here, and is due by December 2, 2019.
The Northeast Catholic Alumni Memorial Fund provides grants to children or grandchildren of dues paying members of the Northeast Catholic Alumni Association. The grants are awarded to applicants who meet minimum academic and financial need requirements. The association awards five grants of $15,000 and five of $10,000.They are payable in equal semi-annual installments over four years providing the applicant meets minimum academic standards. Visit the Northeast Catholic Alumni website for more information and to apply.
The Sean P. Miller Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to students who display the character and spirit that embodies the teachings of the Catholic Education. This scholarship is in memory of Sean P. Miler who graduated from Northeast Catholic High School Class of 1998. Applicants must attend a Catholic High School and display the character and spirit needed to succeed in a Catholic High School. Visit the Sean P. Miller Scholarship Fund website to learn more and apply.
The St. Thomas More Alumni Scholarship provides tuition assistance to students who are related to or recommended by a St. Thomas More alumnus. To be considered for this award, students must be active in school, sports, or church activities, have a strong academic record, and participate in community service. Applications for the 2020-2021 school year are due December 31, 2019. Visit the St. Thomas More Alumni website to learn more and apply.