St. Anthony School works with every family to make Catholic education possible for all through various forms of financial assistance. Students who qualify for the free or reduced school lunch program may automatically qualify for scholarships to attend St. Anthony School.
Financial aid comes from a variety of sources including state education vouchers and archdiocesan financial aid. Information on the eligibility requirements of the state education vouchers can be found via the Department of Education’s website.
Questions about tuition and the scholarship application process? Contact the school office at 317–636-3739.
A Voucher is a state-funded scholarship that helps cover the cost of tuition at a private school. Qualifying students in grades K-8 can receive a maximum of $4,800 per school year. High school students can receive up to 90 percent of the local per-student state funding amount.
The Indiana Tax Credit Scholarship Program provides scholarship support to families who want to enroll their children in the private school of their choice. Qualifying students in grades K-12 can receive a minimum of a $500 Tax Credit Scholarship.
Families who do not receive voucher support should complete a SMART Financial Aid application. The application is entirely online this year and all documentation should be submitted online as well. This is REQUIRED to receive financial assistance from the Archdiocese.