Financial Assistance Program
Notre Dame Academy offers needs-based financial assistance to qualifying families in an effort to help as many families as possible obtain Catholic education for their children.
Financial Aid is an annual award that must be reapplied for every year. Your award amount may change based on your financial situation.
A separate application and supporting documentation is required to be considered for financial aid. Admissions decisions and financial aid awards are communicated simultaneously in an acceptance package on April 1, 2017.
The components of the Notre Dame Academy Financial Assistance Program are outlined below. The application process is the same for both components.
1. ND Academy Tuition Assistance Program:
This program involves a reduction in tuition to qualifying, needs-based families with children in Pre-K2 through 11th Grade.
2. Georgia GOAL Program:
Notre Dame Academy partners with Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program, Inc. to provide needs-based scholarships to students entering Pre-K4, Kindergarten or 1st Grade or who are transferring from a Georgia public school.
Financial Assistance Application Process:
Notre Dame Academy uses Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST) to process all financial aid applications.
Complete the FAST application form online.
The application process is self-guided. You may navigate in and out of the program allowing you to partially complete an application and go back to it at another time. Online email and a 24/7 helpline is provided.
The charge for the application is $41.00 and to be paid by credit card at the end of the session.
After completing the online application, you will need to upload your tax returns for both state and federal taxes with all schedules and W-2’s.
Financial Assistance Applications can only be processed if all requested items are received.
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notre Dame Academy is an SB10 Authorized Private School:
Notre Dame Academy is authorized to receive SB10 funding through the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship (GSNS) Program. To learn more, visit the Georgia Department of Education website.