Applying for Financial Aid at Our Lady of Loreto Catholic School
We are pleased to offer you a convenient, online method to apply for financial aid through FACTS for Our Lady of Loreto Catholic School. 2015 – 2016 applications will begin in January of 2015. APPLICATION DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 28
Steps to Apply for Financial Aid Online
1. Choose “Create a user name and password”
2. Select “Apply for Financial Aid”
3. Select the appropriate school year
4. Complete the steps as prompted
(2013 Tax Return with 2014 W2s will be sufficient)
For families who may not be able to afford full tuition at Our Lady of Loreto Catholic School, tuition assistance opportunities for grades K-8 are available. They include the following:
To qualify for an ACE Scholarship, families must live in Colorado and qualify for the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program. A limited number of applications are available each year. The awards are renewable each year and follow a student from Kindergarten through high school. Families must submit assistance applications each year.
Schmitz Family Foundation
The Schmitz Family Foundation supports Catholic students through scholarships. Families must meet the eligibility guidelines listed on the application. At least one person in the family must be employed, and federal income tax forms and W-2s must be included with the application. Families must reapply for funding each school year.
Universal Education Supporters, Inc. (UES)
This is a non-profit organization that has the sole purpose to serve Catholic education through fundraising activities, and to help families meet their tuition obligations. UES is looking for individuals and families to work concessions at Coors Field, Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, Sports Authority and the Pepsi Center. If you would like more information, please call 303-533-7UES or visit their website at www.uesdenver.org.
Notice of Student Non-Discrimination Policy Archdiocesan Policy No. 6020
The Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Denver, under the jurisdiction of Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila, and at the direction of the Superintendent, state that all their Catholic Schools admit students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the schools. Furthermore, Archdiocesan schools admit handicapped students in accord with the policy on Admissions, 4.2.1. These schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, age, handicap, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of their educational policies, employment practices, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic or other school-administered programs.