Applying for Financial Aid
Marist School invests significant resources in our financial aid program to support families who may not be able to afford a Marist education. The application process for financial aid analyzes a family’s financial position. Demonstrated family need is the sole basis of an award, without regard to race, color, gender, sexual orientation, disability, national or ethnic origin, or any other protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. All admissions decisions are made independently of a family’s ability to pay full tuition. There are no merit-based scholarships of any kind.
Financial Aid Deadline
All documentation is due February 16, 2021.
- What is the purpose of financial aid?
- Is financial aid guaranteed every year?
- What if parents are divorced or separated?
- What if my 2020 taxes are not finalized by the application deadline?
- When will I be notified of the financial aid decision?
- Does Marist School offer scholarships?
- How many students currently receive financial aid?
- What is covered by financial aid?