Apply for Financial Aid / Scholarships
Bishop Loughlin’s financial aid and scholarship programs are 100% funded by donations made by the alumni of Bishop Loughlin MHS, Bishop McDonnell MHS and St. Augustine. Without their generosity, we would not be able to offer financial assistance or academic scholarships and we would have to raise the tuition cost to families.
- You must complete the registration process to be considered for financial aid.
- Financial aid awards are awarded on a first come, first serve basis. Awards are based on the family’s financial situation not a set income level. Financial aid is designed for families that can demonstrate financial need.
- Financial aid awards range from $600 to $1500. Awards do not carry over from year to year. You must reapply each year.
- The deadline to submit your application (Parents Financial Statement and Financial documents) is April 3, 2023.
- Applications will not be eligible for financial aid after April 3, 2023. If you application is incomplete and all documents are not received by April 3, 2023 you will not be considered for financial aid.
To Apply: We partner with School and Student Services (SSS) in our financial aid process.
- To begin your financial aid application, you will complete the Parents Financial Statement (PFS) online only at www.solutionsbysss.com.
- Go to 'login' and click on the 'for families' tab. Our school code is 1684.
- Create your family portal account with your email address and a password. If you applied last year you can login as a returning family and use the same login information.
- When all the information is entered, you will see a submit and pay button. Follow the prompts to make payment. Remember to upload your documents following the information provided on the screen.
- If you need assistance with the online form contact SSS at 800-344-8328 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. v If you have any questions you can contact Donna Harris at email@example.com or 718-857-2700 x 2203.
Academic Scholarships for incoming freshmen are determined by a student’s result on the Catholic School entrance exam (TACHS), grammar school record, and recommendations from grammar school personnel.