Class of 2025 applicants must have applied for financial aid between Nov. 1 and Nov. 15, 2020. Class of 2025 applicants were notified of their financial aid upon acceptance to IHA in January 2021. Only members of the Class of 2025 were eligible to apply for Financial Aid in November.
The Financial Aid deadline for the Classes of 2022, 2023, and 2024 is March 1, 2021. Because of timing, please submit your 2019 Tax Return
for your application. FACTS will request your 2020 Tax Return at a later date. For more information, please click to access the FACTS Information Flyer
The total amount of Financial Aid distributed for the 2020-21 school year is $797,000, going to 34% of our current student population.
When searching for the perfect high school for your daughter, Immaculate Heart Academy recognizes that tuition cost can be a major factor in your decision-making process. Because we understand that tuition is a major sacrifice for many families, our school is committed to making an Immaculate Heart Academy education a reality for all those interested. IHA provides financial assistance to qualified students in a number of ways, including Academic Merit Awards and Financial Aid.
- 2020-21 Tuition: $17,550
- Non-refundable Registration Fee: $700
- MacBook Pro (purchased through school): $1,600 (with optional iPad purchase)
- Class Fees: Vary by grade and course selection
- Sports Fees (2020-21): $450 for the first sport, $350 for the second, and $250 for the third (subject to increase annually)
IHA partners with FACTS Tuition Management, which assists us in our tuition collection and financial aid assessment. Tuition for the 2020-21 school year is $17,550, consisting of either 12 monthly payments beginning in April 2020 and ending in March 2021, or one full payment by June 2020 (with a $250 discount).
FACTS annual processing fee is $40 for monthly payments and no charge for one payment in full. Click here to log into the FACTS Tuition Management website. Our school code is 5901.
Please note, your FACTS login will be the same for both Tuition Management and the Grant & Aid Program.
- Academic Merit Awards are based on a student's COOP scores. Students who qualify are notified with their acceptance to IHA. Awards are renewable providing the student meets the academic criteria.
- Those students chosen for IHA's STEM program are awarded Academic Merit money annually.
Various One-on-One scholarships from generous alumnae and friends of IHA are offered to assist individual students. Please note, IHA does NOT offer athletic scholarships of any kind.
The Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children
The Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children (SFIC) accepted applications for the 2020-21 school year beginning February 2020. The deadline for all applications and required financial documentation is April 30, 2021.
To apply for the SFIC 2019-20 Scholarship, please visit www.sficnj.org
. Follow instructions to create a new account and submit the required documents. SFIC, based on financial need, is for families with children in grades K-12 attending Catholic schools within the Archdiocese of Newark. The SFIC General Scholarship Fund awards a $1,000 tuition assistance grant. Please note, SFIC does NOT use FACTS Management to process applications.