Affording St. Andrew’s can be a large investment for your family. St. Andrew’s understands that and wants to provide an independent school education for your child. We also believe that every child deserves an outstanding education and the chance to discover. Each year, our Financial Assistance Committee awards grants to qualifying families to help alleviate the cost of tuition. Awards are determined on the basis of need through the services of FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment in Lincoln, Nebraska.
2020 Financial Aid Deadline
The 2020 application deadline is scheduled for Friday, March 13th*. Financial aid offers are communicated to applicants prior to the Open Enrollment period. All financial information will be kept confidential. For questions regarding the FACTS financial aid application, please contact Carol Voiles at firstname.lastname@example.org. *Deadlines are subject to change*
Each year, the School awards a scholarship to a student who demonstrates scholastic ability, a desire to attend St. Andrew’s, and financial need.
This scholarship goes to a middle school boy (6th or 7th grade) who exemplifies J.C.’s joy and sense of humor as well as his intelligence, integrity, courage, bravery and, most of all, his inspiration to others.
Each year the School awards a scholarship in honor of Christian. The criteria for receiving this scholarship include financial need, scholastic ability and a desire to attend St. Andrew’s.
This scholarship is awarded to two 2nd grade students (a boy and a girl) who are dedicated to academics excellence and service to others through kindness, respect, and gentleness.
This award/scholarship will be given annually to the 5th grade girl who best demonstrates the character traits of its namesake – kindness, compassion, and positive impact on those around her.
Each year the school awards this scholarship to a deserving 5th grader who demonstrates exemplary citizenship, scholastic ability and a desire to attend St. Andrew’s.
Each year, the School awards two scholarships to Opportunity School students who have demonstrated academic potential and whose families actively engage in their child’s education.