JCHS offers a tuition assistance program designed to help keep a JCHS education accessible to families from a variety of economic backgrounds.
As a community school, it is a priority for JCHS to make this quality education as accessible as possible for the widest range of mission-appropriate students. We consider every family’s individual situation carefully. While each family is asked to contribute financially toward their student’s education, we encourage anyone sincerely interested in attending JCHS to apply to our Tuition Assistance Program, even if you have concerns about your family’s capacity to afford full tuition.
Our admissions process operates separately from decisions about the Tuition Assistance program. Consequently, and because our resources are limited, some applicants may be admitted to JCHS, but placed on our Tuition Assistance program waitlist.
To learn more about the Tuition Assistance Program at JCHS, please join us at our Tuition Assistance workshop with our Director of Finance. This workshop is for any family applying to JCHS, and you may register by contacting the Admissions Office. There will be more information about registration for this event soon.
JCHS Tuition Assistance Timeline
Thursday, January 12, 2023, 12:00 p.m.
Deadline for submitting the following to SSS:
- Go to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment at https://online.factsmgt.com/aid and complete the online application.
- Submit supporting documentation online (uploading in pdf/jpeg) including:
- Copies of your 2021 Federal tax forms with all supporting schedules.
- Copies of supporting documentation for Social Security Income, Welfare, Child Support, Food Stamps, Workers’ Compensation, and TANF.
Get help from FACTS if you need support during the process using their digital assistant chat feature on the login page or refer to the FAQs or call (866) 315-9262.
For other questions regarding the tuition assistance process, please contact Mary Ellen Hunt, Director of Enrollment Management at email@example.com.
Thursday, March 16, 2023
Tuition assistance decisions are mailed to new students along with Admissions decision letters.