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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 FACTS Financial Aid Application Portal. 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 Meagan Kopp at for more information.
OLG also accepts the following North Carolina grants and scholarships:
  • Opportunity Scholarship:  This state scholarship awards families up to $6,492 per year (2023-2024 school year); it is an income-based program. Students entering Kindergarten, First and Second grade DO NOT need to be enrolled in public school in order to apply for these monies. Students in grades 3 and above must have proof of prior enrollment in a NC public school. For more information about eligibility and the application process, go to NCSEAA Opportunity Scholarship
NOTE: Applications for new and renewing students will be available on February 1,  of each year. The priority deadline for applications is March 1.
  • Education Student Accounts (ESA+) program The ESA+ program provides scholarships in the amount of up to $9,000 a year, and to cover expenses related to educating a child with a disability* in a participating nonpublic (private or home) school. Students with certain designated disabilities may be eligible to receive $17,000 a year. For more information about eligibility and the application process, go to NCSEAA Education Student Accounts (ESA+) Program.                                  
    • Covers tuition and fees at participating schools
    • No out-of-pocket expenses (provides families with an electronic debit account)
    • Funds can be used for expenses such as speech or occupational therapy, tutoring services, curriculum, and educational technology.
*A student who has an eligibility determination from a North Carolina Individualized Education Program (IEP) dated within the last three years. A current Eligibility Determination form (DEC3 or ECATS) is the form to submit with an application.