Grant & Aid
St. Maria Goretti High School understands the financial commitment and sacrifice families undertake in deciding to send their children to a Catholic school. Although paying for education is first and foremost the responsibility of a family, schools and parishes, as well as the Archdiocese of Baltimore, devote significant funds each year to financial aid programs that help assist families. In turn, our school community benefits by attracting students who otherwise would not be able to attend.
Tuition Assistance Grants
We offer tuition assistance to students demonstrating financial need. Tuition assistance grants are renewed annually. Families are required to apply and demonstrate financial eligibility each year. Families can now apply for tuition assistance grants for both 1) tuition assistance from the Archdiocese of Baltimore, and 2) tuition assistance from St Maria Goretti High School using FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment.
Deadlines for Filing:
- Families need to complete the FACTS Application Process by February 28, 2018 in order to be eligible for an Archdiocesan tuition assistance award.
- Families are encouraged to complete the FACTS Application Process by May 31, 2018 in order to be eligible for a St. Maria Goretti tuition assistance award. Applications received after this date may not qualify for the maximum grant amount.
FACTS will process one application per household, and it must be done online. Faxed or copied applications will not be accepted. Get started with your online application.
Other Financial Aid
In addition to these programs, St. Maria Goretti has a successful Bingo program where parents may work in exchange for tuition credit. We also sponsor a SCRIP program where participating families can apply their savings to tuition.
Please contact Director of Finance, JoAnn Hevey, with any questions.
John H. Munday, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund
Mr. Munday was a beloved science teacher at Goretti for 39 years. His family established this fund to honor his memory and commitment to helping students prepare for their futures. The mission of this fund is to support young people and recognize their efforts in pursuing academic excellence, challenging themselves, and giving back to the community. This will be a one-time award given each year to an incoming freshman and graduating senior.
Harriet & Paul Muldowney Scholarship Fund
Harriet and Paul Muldowney are the parents of seven Goretti alumni and grandparents of Goretti alums and current students. Harriet and Paul have been committed to helping the school thrive for over 40 years. Their children established this fund to honor this commitment. This will be a four-year scholarship awarded each year to an incoming freshman.
Denise Cushwa Shupp Memorial Scholarship
This one-time scholarship is awarded to the incoming freshman girl who scored the highest on the December STS High School Placement Test.
Christopher C. & Stephen Schoen Memorial Scholarship
This one-time scholarship is awarded to the incoming freshman boy who scored the highest on the December STS High School Placement Test.
Principal’s Merit Scholarships
The Principal’s Merit Scholarship is awarded to up to four deserving students in each incoming freshman class. Students who score in the 85th percentile and above on the STS High School Placement Test are invited to apply for this four-year partial tuition scholarship.
School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) Scholarship Fund
This fund was established in honor of the dedicated service provided by the School Sisters of Notre Dame during their time at St. Maria Goretti High School. This partial scholarship will be awarded to an incoming ninth grader and will be based on academic excellence, leadership, character, and service.
Athletic-Related Scholarship Funds
Cokey Robertson Poling Scholarship Fund
The Cokey Robertson Poling Scholarship Fund is awarded to future boys basketball scholar athletes to provide them with the opportunity to attend Goretti and excel both on the court and in the classroom.
Winston Robert Blenckstone Memorial Scholarship
Winston Blenckstone had three passions in his life: his family, seeing that young people receive the best education possible and, of course, the game of baseball. Because of his passion and generosity, he provided countless people the opportunity to enjoy both. The Winston Robert Blenckstone Memorial Scholarship is awarded to baseball student athletes who are academically strong and passionate about baseball.
Fine Arts-Related Scholarship Funds
Tom McFarland Fine Arts Scholarship
The Tom McFarland Fine Arts Scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior who plans to continue his or her pursuit of and education in the fine arts in college.