At St. John the Baptist School we are committed to providing the opportunity for a Catholic education to all qualified students, regardless of their family’s financial capability. We encourage all of our current and prospective families to apply for our need-based financial assistance funds to help defray the cost of tuition.

SJBS Scholarship

Financial Aid is available for the 2023-2024 school year. We have two types of aid available – in-house scholarships and Diocesan Scholarships. The Elaine McVicar/Sisters of St. Anne Scholarship is one of our in-house scholarships. The Gerard and Bernadette Bourbeau Scholarship is for any families with two or more students enrolled at St. John the Baptist School in. Both of these in-house scholarship forms are available in the office at your request or click on the link below. These two scholarships must be in by June 1st. Applications for the Diocesan Scholarship (see below) are accepted starting March 15th.  Scholarships are good for students in grades K - 8. The Diocesan Scholarship is provided through the Annual Catholic Appeal for qualified students. 


Gerard and Bernadette Bourbeau Scholarship Application  (For two or more students attending N - 8) Due by June1st 

McVicar and Sisters of St. Ann Scholarship Application  Due: June 1st

Click on the link below to apply for Diocesan Application  Due Dates: March, April, May

Apply for Diocesan Assistance   Click for more information:    

On January 1 one may begin the process to apply for financial aid for the 2024-2025 school year.  A financial aid form must be completed online at FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment (

Financial Aid Form must be completed annually.

Diocesan Requirements – School Tuition Aid (Grades K-12)

Diocesan Financial Aid Application Requirements/Information

Completed applications will be processed beginning March 15, continuing on the 15th of each month (as long as funds are available).  The process involves the financial aid office consulting the pastor with regards to membership and financial support.  After pastor consultation, acceptance/denial letters are sent to families.   Student names are sent to the schools with the amount of financial aid awarded.  The “normal” amount of aid given to a high school student can be as high as $1,000; while an elementary student may receive as much as $600