Tuition & Tuition Assistance


Helpful Tuition Information



Tuition Assistance: Grants, Scholarships and Financial Aid

St. Dominic families have the opportunity to apply for financial assistance to help with the cost of tuition. This is divided into two main types of assistance: scholarships/grants and Archdiocesan tuition assistance.

Money given by a person, family, organization, the Archdiocese of St. Louis or St. Dominic High School to help pay for a student's tuition. Scholarships may be merit-based or need-based.

Applications for the following scholarships and financial assistance programs are due March 17, 2017. Scholarships are awarded each May. View scholarship timeline.

Merit-Based Scholarships (individual must meet specific criteria)

Need-Based Scholarships (tied to financial need as well as certain criteria; financial need is demonstrated through the FACTS Grant & Aid assessment process)

Financial Assistance


The Archdiocese of St. Louis offers limited tuition assistance programs. Funds are available for parish employees through the Parish Employee Endowment Fund.

The Archdiocese also offers the Catholic Family Tuition Assistance Program with funds coming from an endowment. Families interested in this program must also complete the Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation application to qualify. Online applications opened January 30, 2017. Deadline is February 28, 2017.



For questions about St. Dominic tuition and financial aid, please contact Sandy Sachs at (636) 240-8303 ext. 116 or