SCHOLARSHIPS – ADMISSIONS GRANTS

We recognize the significant commitment that parents make to allow their sons to attend St. John’s.  Through the generosity of many St, John’s Patrons, there are some funds provided for scholarships and admissions grants that are preliminarily awarded to returning cadets based on their academic and personal performance.  There are, however, some funds available for “deserving “new cadets who demonstrate a financial need.  A required ADMISSIONS APPLICATION as well as a FACTS GRANT & AID ASSESSMENT will assist us in determining how and if we can be of assistance. 
Contact Robert Forde, Domestic Admissions Director with any questions or needed assistance.

“It was a sacrifice. I could have done other things with the money, but it was worth it. I would be making a much bigger investment now in just trying to keep Ryan on track. It gave him the tools, direction, and self-confidence that he needed to really get out there and succeed.”
-Laura Kenny (single mother of five), Read Full Story Here

EDUCATIONAL LOAN OPTIONS

If a payment plan with longer terms and lower monthly payment is desired, St. John’s Military School works with the following 3rd party lending institutions from which you may seek a tuition loan.

Step 1: Apply for Enrollment
Prior to applying for a tuition loan, an “Application for Enrollment” should first be submitted to the St. John’s Admissions department.
Acceptance to school is a prerequisite for most loan applications.

Step 2: Apply for Tuition Loan
Once your son has been accepted to St. John’s, an Admissions Administrative Assistant can help you through this process. There are many nuances to applying for a tuition loan, we will help you every step of the way.

FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment
Your Tuition Solution
SLM Financial (A Sallie Mae Company)
• Prosper

QUESTIONS OR ASSISTANCE NEEDED? CONTACT US
Any question regarding financing or payment plans, contact Robert Forde, Admissions Director.

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*High school graduates earn 27% more than high school dropouts.
*College graduates earn 56% more than high school dropouts.
*92% of St. John’s graduates are accepted into institutions of higher learning.

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