Affordability and Financial Aid
Our Lady of Grace School helps many of its families finance their children’s education. OLG could assist you, too! We thank the Church and Parish families for their support that allows for OLG tuition assistance.
OLG Financial Aid through FACTS
OLG invites families to apply for the school’s financial aid through FACTS Management at https://factsmgt.com/parents/. The process is simple and confidential. Current families and families in the process of applying for admission to OLG can apply by submitting the relevant documents at the FACTS website. Please contact Paola Scilinguo-Mendoza at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
OLG also accepts the following North Carolina grants and scholarships:
Opportunity Scholarship: This state scholarship awards families up to $4200 per year; it is an income-based program. Students entering Kindergarten and First Grade DO NOT need to be enrolled in public school in order to apply for these monies. Students in grades 2-8 must be enrolled in a North Carolina public school. For more information about eligibility and the application process, go to http://www.ncseaa.edu/OSG.htm. Go to K-12 Scholarship Grants to find the Opportunity Scholarship. Applications for new and renewing students will be available on February 1, of each year and it is open for one month.
- Disabilities Grant: OLG also accepts the NC Disability Grant, awarded to students with Special Needs. OLG has several students in PACE and Quest who receive this grant which covers up to $8000 of tuition each year. NCSEAA will accept applications on February 1, of each year. For more information about eligibility and the application process, go to http://www.ncseaa.edu/CDSG.htm. Go K-12 Scholarship Grants to locate the Disabilities Grant.
- Education Savings Account (ESA): New this year, the ESA expands school choice for students with disabilities in grades K-12. OLG is one of the schools that accepts students receiving these monies, which gives parents access to $9000 on a debit card. For more information about eligibility and the application process, go to http://www.ncseaa.edu/ESA.htm. Go K-12 Scholarship Grants to locate the Education Savings Account Program. Applications to this program will be accepted starting February 1, of each year.