Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition

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Click for Tuition/Fees Statement for the 2017-2018 school year.

Smart Tuition, our tuition management company, offers several tuition payment options through Smart Tuition including single payment, bi-annually (July and December), and ten monthly payments (July to April.)

 

mary immaculate parishioner tuition rate

Since MIS is a ministry of Mary Immaculate Parish, reduced tuition is offered to Catholic families (at least one parent Catholic with student who is baptized Catholic) who register with the parish and who support Mary Immaculate Parish at a minimum of $800 during each calendar year. 

New Students: Families new to Mary Immaculate School can make the $800 donation to the church before or at the time enrollment is accepted to be eligible for supportive tuition status. Families that do not make their tithe before or at time of accepting enrollment will NOT be eligible for the school year for which they are enrolling.

Current Students: Each year, current school families must have contributed a minimum of $800 to Mary Immaculate Parish by December 15 to receive supportive family rates for the next school year. Enrolled school families that do not complete the donation of $800 by that time will be assessed the non-supportive rate for tuition.


Financial Aid

Although tuition at Mary Immaculate School continues to be an excellent value as compared to the tuition in nearby private schools, we realize that it puts a serious strain on some budgets. Mary Immaculate strives to provide an opportunity for students to attend the school when they do not have the funds to cover tuition. Accordingly, there are several forms of tuition assistance than can be applied for at the time of enrollment.

The main form of tuition assistance through Mary Immaculate Parish is the Supportive Tuition Rate (described above) which includes:

  • a reduced tuition rate for multiple students enrolled at MIS for parishioner families.
  • and a supportive tuition rate for parishioner families.

For all other forms of tuition assistance, a student/family must:

  • meet the entrance requirements and be accepted for admission at Mary Immaculate Catholic School;
  • be current with all financial obligations due to any Catholic school within the diocese;
  • begin the application process with a request through the Mary Immaculate School office; and
  • reapply each school year that assistance is needed.

To demonstrate financial need you must complete an online application through FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment, submitting W-2 forms and a current professionally prepared federal income tax statement. Additionally, Mary Immaculate may require the family provide to the school an IRS transcript.

Tuition Assistance through Mary Immaculate School

When funds are available, Mary Immaculate School offers financial assistance to supportive Mary Immaculate Parishioner families who demonstrate financial need.

Tuition Assistance through St. Ann Parish

St. Ann Parish in Coppell offers financial assistance through Mary Immaculate School for parishioners who actively participate at St. Ann Parish and who demonstrate financial need.

Diocesan Tuition Assistance: Apply by April 1 Each Year

The Diocese of Dallas has an endowment fund that provides tuition assistance to parents who desire to educate their children in a Catholic elementary and/or secondary school owned and operated by the Diocese of Dallas or one of its parishes. The funds are limited and are only available to families who demonstrate financial need. All applications must be fully submitted by April 1st of the year applying for upcoming school year. Click here for more information.


Emergency Tuition Assistance

Emergency tuition assistance is available during the school year only to currently enrolled school families, on a limited basis, for those who demonstrate temporary need caused by death, major illness, or job loss. Please contact the school office for an application.