Powers Catholic High School is committed to helping to make Catholic education affordable for each and every student. Because of the generosity of many donors, alumni, and our Catholic community, no family at Powers Catholic pays the true cost to educate.
Additionally, there are multiple opportunities available for tuition assistance, scholarships and other programs to support our families. For more information on tuition and available resources, please contact the Admissions Office at (810)591-4741, ext. 6.
1. PCHS Tuition Assistance & Financial Aid Process
The online FACTS Form must be completed by March 1, 2020 and all follow up documents MUST be in by April 1, 2020*:
*Late applications will be accepted while funds are available.
If you need help filling out the application, please contact Brenda Goyette at 810-591-0100 ext 512 or email@example.com.
Information for the 2020-2021 School Year:
- Families applying for financial assistance need to complete the online FACTS form and submit the necessary supporting documentation to FACTS by March 1, 2020.
- The FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment is a third party that conducts the financial need analysis for Powers Catholic High School.
- Tuition Assistance is available and is based on financial need.
- Families who have not yet made the decision to attend PCHS are encouraged to apply to FACTS so as not to miss the opportunity to receive financial assistance.
- By completing the FACTS form online by March 1, 2020, you will be considered for all financial assistance grants available from the Diocese of Lansing and Powers Catholic High School. Parish assistance is determined at the parish level, please see your parish for that information.
- Applicants can complete the online FACTS form at this website: https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3YT14
- Once the FACTS online form has been completed, the following information will need to be submitted to FACTS online, by fax, or mail to complete the financial assistance process: Copies of your most recent Federal tax forms including all supporting tax schedules and W2's and copies of supporting documentation for Social Security Income, Welfare, Child Support, Food Stamps, Worker's Compensation, and TANF
- All supporting documentation can be uploaded online through the FACTS online form or can be faxed to 1-866-315-9264 or mailed to the address below.
- Please be sure to include the applicant ID on all faxed or mailed correspondence.
PO Box 82524
Lincoln, NE 68501
If you have an questions about the financial assistance process through FACTS, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 1-866-441-4637 or Mrs. Brenda Goyette at Powers Catholic High School 810-591-0100 ext 512 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Parish Assistance
Parish Assistance Some parishes offer assistance to their students attending Powers Catholic High School. You should contact your parish business office to see if there is assistance available and follow their application process.
3. Diocese of Lansing Scholarships
The Diocese of Lansing has scholarships available to Catholic students enrolling in grades 6-11 at any Catholic school within the diocese. Scholarships for students in grades 9-11 are $1,000 and for students in grades 6-8 are $750. The application is available online at https://online.factsmgt.com/aid and must be completed (or postmarked) by March 1st, 2020.
There is an application fee for this program.
Please note: By utilizing the Powers Catholic FACTS form you will be considered for the Diocese of Lansing scholarships, if you meet their criteria AND you meet the filing date of 3/1/2020. You DO NOT need to submit the form twice.
4. Scholarship Opportunities
The scholarship deadline is April 15th.
Many generous benefactors have contributed to the following service and needs-based scholarships listed below. Each application below has slightly different criteria, as described on the individual applications. More detailed information may be found on the Scholarships page. For questions regarding these scholarships, please contact
The Office of Advancement at 810-591-0100 .
Angelica Rachor Scholarship
Daniel W. Cronin Scholarship
East Court Scholarship
Elizabeth Hallman Courage Scholarship
Father DuKette Scholarship
Jack Pratt "Believers" Scholarship
The Jae Sook Memorial Scholarship
John J. McIlduff Scholarship Award
Kathryn Arlene Sissor Scholarship
The Mary Milne Scholarship Fund
Theodora G. Morgan Scholarship Award
Sonya Carson Scholarship
Alexa Woodfield Scholarship (For St. Pius 8th graders)
Pat Haley Ironman Scholarship
Owen Fisher Technology Scholarship
Dr. Kalyani Misra STEM Scholarship
5. Student Referral Program
All of Genesee County Catholic Schools are participating in a student referral program that allows your family the opportunity to receive money towards your student's tuition. If you have a relative, friend, or neighbor that may be interested in joining any Genesee County Catholic School for the first time, please download this form and submit it to the appropriate school. If your referral leads to a new student enrolling at one of the elementary schools you will earn $500 towards your student's tuition or $1,000 if a new student enrolls at Powers Catholic High School.
CERV - (DTE Concessions: Group 1) Parents also have the opportunity to obtain tuition help by working concessions at DTE Theater, and other venues through CERV (Community Enrichment Related Volunteers). For more information, please contact Gina Rush at email@example.com
HFEST - (DTE Concessions: Group 3) Parents also have the opportunity to obtain tuition help by working concessions at DTE Theater through HFEST (Helping Finance Education and Sports Tuition). To send in your application to the group or for further information regarding concessions please contact Lori Stutzman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHAOS - A parent organization that earns tuition dollars by volunteering at venues such as UM-Ann Arbor, Comerica Park, Ford Field, Cobo Hall, etc. Email CHAOS1group@gmail.com for further information.
REN FEST - Families have the opportunity to earn tuition money by working concessions at the Renaissance Festival. You can choose any combination of days over the 7 possible weekends this summer/fall. Workers should be 14 and older and usually will work from 9-6 or 10-7 on your chosen days. Small amount of food prep, mostly making food and serving customers like at the Palace. Wage earned is based off the the number of sales. Last year, each worker earned about $125 a day. ($125 x 16 days possible = $2000. Multiple family members may sign up.) To sign up, please fill in this sheet with days you wish to volunteer and email it to Al Seguin at email@example.com.
7. Education Loan Options
An additional option for helping finance tuition costs is to apply for a K-12 education loan. Many loan organizations offer these types of opportunities; however we have worked with two specific companies, Sallie Mae and Your Tuition Solution. If you would like more information from Sallie Mae, please visit https://www.salliemae.com/student-loans/student-loans-for-parents/private-school-loan/ . More information for Your Tuition Solution can be found at www.yourtuitionsolution.com .