Committed to Meeting Needs:
St. John’s goal is to provide a Christian education to any family who seeks it for their children. For that purpose, an intentional and integral part of our planning as a church and school is to provide funds for Scholarship opportunities. The cut-off date for applying is April 30th. As long as a family commits and upholds the qualifying requirements of the scholarship and completes the scholarship application process during the application window, we are able to award appropriate scholarships to assist families with tuition costs.
The application period is open February 1st—April 30th
Attend at least 20 worship services at St. John's Lutheran Church in the previous calendar year. This will be tracked with St. John's attendance procedures. Please complete a blue pew card to allow us to track your attendance. Please then place in the offering baskets.
With holiday services and our normal weekend services, St. John’s offer over 150 worship services in a calendar year.
Agree to generously contribute toward the financial support of the church & school in your offering to St. John's Lutheran Church. (The church is contributing $40.38 per week on behalf of each student.)
Volunteer 30 hours of service per child (Capped at 60 hours per family) in support of St. John's Lutheran Church and/or School in the previous calendar year. This will be tracked through FACTS Family Home and then Service Hours in the middle section.
View a list of opportunities to earn Volunteer Hours.
($400.00 for each additional student)
Have more than one student in Kindergarten through 8th grade.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements:
Each St. John’s Lutheran School family receiving tuition scholarships for students in kindergarten through eighth grade is required to complete the eligibility requirements of each scholarship granted. If the family does not comply with the eligibility requirements of the scholarship, the family will be financially responsible for the scholarship amount.
Timely Payment Of Tuition Accounts:
It is expected that the portion of the family’s tuition bill that is not covered by scholarships will be paid in a timely manner. A family not keeping the designated tuition payment schedule may jeopardize their scholarship. This is subject to review each month.