Scholarships and Financial Aid
Sts. Peter and Paul is committed to working with families to help provide an affordable education for their children.
Sts. Peter and Paul School Financial Aid
Sts. Peter and Paul is dedicated to offering quality education to all families. Though most financial aid is based strictly on finances, SPPS aid takes all aspects of a family’s life into consideration. SPPS aid is designated for families who are overcoming circumstances that may or may not be evident through tax documentation. We encourage all families who wish to have their children at SPPS, but, due to special circumstances may struggle to pay full tuition, to apply for financial aid.
To apply for SPPS Financial Aid, please contact the school office for an application.
FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment
Financial aid may be obtained through Diocesan sources, as well. To apply for financial aid through the diocese, each family must apply through the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment, which provides a confidential and objective financial analysis in determining a family’s ability to pay for Catholic Education. Information from FACTS provides the pastor with an assessment of need and ability to pay. Families DO NOT have to be Catholic to receive financial assistance.
The deadline for FACTS applications for families with elementary school children is March 15.
Apply for FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment online.
EdChoice Expansion Scholarship
Sts. Peter and Paul School is an EdChoice Expansion Scholarship Provider. The EdChoice Expansion Scholarship helps families with children entering into Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades attend a private school. The scholarship is income-based, and follows the child throughout his/her entire time at Sts. Peter and Paul School. Tuition at SPPS IS COVERED 100% through this program. For more information on these programs, please visit education.ohio.gov.
To apply for the EdChoice Expansion Scholarship, a family must first complete the SPPS enrollment form. After enrolling as a students at SPPS, complete and return the EdChoice Expansion Enrollment Form and the Income Verification Form. Return both forms to the school office along with address verification. For help completing the paperwork or for more information on the process, please contact the school office.
The Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship Program
The Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship Program provides scholarships to students who are eligible to attend kindergarten through 12th grade and have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) from their district of residence. Visit education.ohio.gov for more information.
To apply for the Jon Peterson Scholarship, a family must first complete the SPPS enrollment form. After enrollment as a student, return the completed JPSN_Student Application and a copy of the child’s current IEP to the school office. The Jon Peterson Scholarship application period ends on April 15.
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My daughter is about to finish up her first year in preschool and we could not have been happier with the choice we made to send her to Sts. Peter and Paul. She has learned so much both spiritually and academically and we can not wait to see what next year has in store. Thank you Mrs. Kirby, Mrs. Grey and all of the staff.
“I must take time out to express my sincere gratitude to each one of you for enhancing the life of our son, Aidan, during these past nine years. Academically, his mind has been challenged and his education is well-rounded. We love the small school atmosphere and all the extracurricular activities, including drama, choir, band, Math Counts and Power of the Pen.”Jenny Massie
“This school is the most enthusiastic and most educational school I know. My student is a sixth grader and is in love with it!”Amy Williams
“Mrs. Apsley is the greatest! Our daughter loved being her student for the last two years and now Mrs. Apsley is our son’s teacher. The transition to third grade is a big change and still Harley comes home saying that he likes his teacher. He talks about what happens in class, knows a lot of the material, and is able to tell me what method was used by the teacher to explain the work he has done or needs to complete. Mrs. Apsley pays attention to each child, no matter how many students are in her class. She is consistent in her teaching and caring to the students. I hear she is funny too! “Rudina Woltz