Financial Aid & Scholarships

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Neumann Goretti
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Neumann Goretti is committed to enrolling a diverse student body from varying economic backgrounds. Financial aid and admission are two separate processes; financial aid requests have no impact on the admission decisions made by the Admission Committees.

All financial aid is based on demonstrated financial need, as determined by the information you provide in your financial aid application. A copy of last years tax return, a valid email address, and a $25 fee chargeable as credit or debit is all that you need to submit the application.

The Financial Aid Committee must consider each family’s ability to pay, and the availability of Neumann Goretti’s financial aid funds. The total amount of funds available is far surpassed by total need of all families who apply.

However, we are still able to assist all families showing financial need as our goal is to provide an affordable tuition model for all students.

2017-2018 Financial Aid

2016/17 Financial Aid has closed. 2017/18 Financial Aid is now OPEN.

The 2017-2018 Financial Aid Application is open for next school year.  This application is required for all students/families receiving any type of financial aid for the upcoming school year (including internal scholarships/grants/Millay Awards/ etc) The application replaces the previously separate applications for BLOCS, TAP, Neumann Goretti individual Internal Aid form, and the PSAS forms. Parents must complete the application and provide all requested documentation before the deadlines.
The school code necessary is: 13056
Those families  who applied for 2016-2017 will only need to:

1.       login in ( using the username and password from 16-17)
2.       update their information
3.       submit and pay the $25 application fee
4.       return to the site and upload their 2016 taxes when completed but no later than 3/31/2017.

The first 3 steps of the application process need to be completed for all returning families by 12/31/2016.

New families will want to complete the application by 12/31/2016 to be considered as a priority application.

Financial Aid awards should be made no later than February 1, 2017. All need based awards should be contingent on reception of the 2016 taxes.

Income guidelines for 2017-2018 are as follows (No change from 2016-2017)

Families with :
1 dependent:  Household income of    $91,620
2 dependents:  Household income of $106,890
3 dependents:  Household income of $122,160
4 dependents:  Household income of $137,430
5 dependents:  Household income of $152,700*
*Add $15,270 for each additional dependent.

More information can be found at AOP Schools

Scholarships

Applications and guidelines are available online here and in the Development Office from the end of January.  Ellis applicants must be girls who reside in Philadelphia full time, live in a household where one or both parents are absent mentally or physically impaired, are currently enrolled in grades 9-12 during the current school year, and have grades of C or better in major subjects.

The application can be found at www.EllisTrust.org

Applications are now being accepted for this year’s David Nelson Jr. Scholarship. This Memorial Fund annually gives $1,000 scholarships to deserving children of deceased organ donor parents or guardians. These scholarships are available to students attending private or paraochial high schools. David Nelson Jr. passed away suddenly in 2006 and his compassion for others resulted in a decision to be an organ donor. Full requirements and details about the application can be found by visiting the official Nelson Memorial Fund page.

The Maguire Foundation is once again awarding deserving 8th grade students with $3,000 a year scholarships to attend Neumann Goretti.

To see if you qualify please download and review the application and guidelines.

PLEASE NOTE: New application will be posted here as soon as it becomes available.

Applicants must meet the following qualifications:

  • Be related to or recommended by an St. Thomas More alumnus;
  • Plan on attending a Catholic High School for the 2016-2017 academic year;
  • Be active in school, sports, or church activities;
  • Have a good academic record;
  • Be involved in community service.