As a diocesan Catholic high school, Paul VI is committed to keeping the cost of a Catholic education at a reasonable level for families. We pride ourselves on providing a rich curriculum and a wide range of extracurricular and academic opportunities for our students, all while maintaining a modest tuition level.
Our school fees and technology fee are included with tuition. For an explanation of the tuition and fee structure, please click here.
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A Paul VI High School education offers exceptional opportunity to the academically qualified student, and no student should be discouraged from seeking admission because of the family's financial situation. Through a program sponsored by Paul VI High School Alumni and the Diocese of Camden, about 25% of our students are awarded financial aid each school year. These awards are based on need, as determined through the FACTS Tuition Aid process. The financial aid process at Paul VI is conducted separately from the admissions process.
Application for tuition assistance will open on October 1, 2019through FACTS Tuition Aid. The tuition assistance process is completed in the school year PRIOR to the student’s enrollment year.(Parents apply during the 8thgrade year for 9thgrade assistance, and apply in 9thgrade for 10thgrade assistance, and so on.)
On or after October 1, 2019parents may apply for tuition assistance. Parents must visit https://www.factstuitionaid.com to submit their financial information. Please enter the Paul VI High School Code, 6087. The application fee for FACTS tuition assistance is $15.
Parents are strongly encouraged to submit their applications by December 31st. Although applications for assistance can be submitted after December 31st, funds will be distributed first to those who met deadline.
Families who have met the December 31stdeadline will be notified of our financial aid decision before our February registration date.Families who enter the process past the December 31st deadline are not guaranteed a response in time for the February registration.
Less funding may be available if families apply after deadline, although we still encourage families to apply for assistance. Families who apply after December 31st may not know if they are receiving assistance in time for our February registration.