We understand finances may be a concern throughout the enrollment process. We do everything possible to help families by providing financial aid packages to those who qualify. We also offer many additional funding options such as payment plans, student loans, work study, and merit-based scholarships.
New students may apply for financial aid concurrently with the admissions application process. Returning students must re-apply each year to determine continued financial need.
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Important Financial Aid Deadlines:
Financial Aid Applications Open - September 16, 2019.
The deadline for all Financial Aid applications including returning students is April 30, 2020.
Resources are limited and it may take longer than expected to gather necessary paperwork. We review new student applications on a first-come first-served basis, so we encourage families to complete the application process as soon as possible.
You may still apply if you miss the deadlines, however, your application will be processed along with all other applicants including returning students.
Please contact the Admissions and Financial Aid Office any time at 714-774-7576 or FinancialAid@servitehs.org. We look forward to helping you through the application process.
- Financial Aid Application Process
- Award Eligibility
- Student Loan Options
- Merit Scholarships
- Appeal Process
FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment is a service we use to help families easily manage their financial aid application and documentation.
You will fill out the FACTS application first, then submit 2018 federal tax returns and W2s. You may be prompted to submit additional documents. Please do not send any part of the financial aid application to Servite High School.
The FACTS system uses objective computer analysis to determine award amounts based upon established financial and geographical presumptions. A confidential Servite High School Financial Aid Committee will review the analysis by FACTS and make a final determination regarding all awards, which will be communicated through Servite’s Admissions and Financial Aid Office. All personal financial information is held in the strictest confidence.
Applicants may contact the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment Customer Care Center at 866-315-9262 for any questions regarding the online application portal.
Friar Financial Aid is awarded based solely on financial need. Average awards typically range from 10% to 50% of annual tuition. Over 50% of Servite students receive some form of financial aid. Aid is awarded without prejudice or distinction. All students, regardless of race, religion or ethnic background, are welcome to apply.
All Financial Aid recipients must adhere to the following:
- Enroll and participate in the Servite Work Study Program by working 40 hours on campus throughout the year in which financial aid is received.
- Maintain a 2.5 GPA throughout the year in which financial aid is received.
- Maintain a current tuition/fees balance throughout the year in which financial aid is received.
- Keep your award amount confidential. As we hold all personal financial information in the strictest confidence, we expect you to do the same.
Note: The full amount of aid is contingent upon completion of the full academic school year in which aid is received.
Private loans are an ideal solution for families who need additional flexibility in funding private education beyond financial aid, personal savings or traditional payment plans.
Private loans are a great way to manage the cost of Servite education including tuition, fees, equipment, and other costs.
Loan companies will request a copy of your enrollment contract to certify tuition and fee amounts for the upcoming school year. All loan companies operate independently from Servite High School and all questions should be directed to your preferred loan company, although we are always happy to assist families in the process.
Sallie Mae K–12 Family Education Loans
Please visit www.SallieMae.com/K12 or call 1-888-272-5543.
Servite High School offers discretionary merit scholarships to students who have demonstrated academic excellence and positive citizenship in 7th and 8th grade. Two merit based scholarships are offered to incoming freshman students who distinguish themselves and rank highest in grades, entrance exam scores and application criteria.
We allow families to appeal the financial aid award decision understanding that your financial situations may change. Families must first wait to receive the original award letter before submitting an appeal. An appeal in process does not guarantee additional funding nor does it excuse from meeting payment due dates or making other payment arrangements.