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It is part of our mission to ensure that an OLSH education is accessible to all families in our region who desire it, regardless of their individual financial circumstances. OLSH offers tuition assistance on a funding-available basis to families who demonstrate need. The financial aid resources available to qualifying families at OLSH each year are derived from multiple sources, including individual donors who give gifts through our Invest to Transform program; companies that earn tax credits by giving through Pennsylvania’s EITC and OSTC programs; subsidies from the Felician Sisters and other groups; and monies made available through endowed and other scholarship programs. When families apply for financial aid, they are considered for funding from all sources for which they qualify.
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OLSH financial aid is available to assist low- and middle- income families in affording an OLSH education. Financial eligibility is determined by the monetary guidelines established by the state of Pennsylvania for the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program in association with the materials submitted in the application process through FACTS Tuition Management System.
Students are generally eligible for OLSH financial aid if their family household incomes are less than $92,160 plus $16,222 for each child in the family in 2021-2022.
The above chart includes eligibility requirements (from 2021-2022) but does not determine the level of aid offered. Aid packages vary on individual circumstances and can range up to 75% of the cost of tuition. The 75% aid packages are awarded based on availability of funding to assist those with the highest demonstrated need. Additional aid packages of up to 60%, 50% or 45% will be provided based on the financial needs of the enrolling student body.