Our regional school: St. John Regional Catholic School
Other area Catholic schools:
- Mother Seton School
- St. Thomas More Academy
- St. John’s Catholic Prep — grades 9-12
- St. Maria Goretti High School
Please see our current bulletin for the most recent information provided by many of the above schools.
FREDERICK COUNTY PARISH TUITION ASSISTANCE FUND
This fund has been established by eight parishes in southern Frederick County to aid families who wish their children to receive a faith-based elementary or high school education in Frederick County Catholic Schools.
Beginning in 2015, a distribution committee composed of representatives of each participating parish (rather than the individual parishes themselves), will be determining the awards on the basis of financial need. The distribution committee uses the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment to conduct financial need evaluations. Families should apply through FACTS as in years past, making sure to indicate the school your child will attend, and the parish to which you belong.
We are grateful to the many parishioners in southern Frederick County who make a monthly offering for Catholic School Education to support this fund and assist young families desiring a faith-based education for their children.
Go to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment to set up your account and begin. There is a $28 processing fee for this service. The deadline to file is usually the end of March. If you have questions, call 866-441-4637. You may also direct questions to our Parish Office or call 301.663.0907.
Catholic Higher Education
- Mount St. Mary’s University – Emmitsburg, Maryland
- Notre Dame of Maryland University – Baltimore, Maryland
College Financial Assistance Opportunities
The Clare and Robert Moore Scholarship Fund awards a yearly $1,000 scholarship to an incoming first-year student or to a current Notre Dame of Maryland University student who is interested in or currently majoring in English. The scholarship can be applied to tuition, room and board, books, or educational fees. An online application and full details may be found on the scholarship website. Applications are usually due by the middle of April. Questions may be sent to the Scholarship Committee via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Knights of Columbus also offer college scholarships.