Financial Aid + Tuition
Purcell Marian has several scholarships available as part of our scholarship program.
To apply for Financial Aid/Scholarships, create a FACTS Account and complete the grant + aid application by clicking on the button below. All Scholarships will also require at least two (2) letters of recommendation. Letters should be written by a non-family member (former or current teachers, coaches, youth group leaders, etc.) who are able to discuss the applicant's character, academic ability, and extracurricular achievements. Recommendation letters for scholarships should be submitted to the Admissions Office at Purcell Marian High School, once the application for aid has been completed in FACTS.
Create a FACTS Account for Financial Aid/Scholarships - Step 1
Send Recommendations to Admissions - Step 2
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Ohio EdChoice Scholarship Program
The State of Ohio's Ed Choice Scholarship Program provides a limited number of scholarships to students who reside in persistently under-performing public school districts. Proof of residency is required of all first-year and renewal applicants and a birth certificate is required for all first-year applicants. This scholarship covers $7,500 of tuition. Families are responsible for the remaining tuition costs and student fee costs. Applications for EdChoice open on February 1. Learn more at the Ohio Department of Education. This website also has information about the Jon Peterson Special Needs and the Autism Scholarship Programs. The priority application period for the Traditional EdChoice Scholarship program begins March 2 and ends May 15. The priority application period for the EdChoice Expansion Scholarship program begins February 1 and ends April 30. The second application period begins July 1 and will remain open.
Tuition is $10,500 plus a $1,060 Student Life Fee. Services provided by the Center for Student Support Services have additional costs that include inclusive classroom fees, hourly billing for special education. Purcell Marian is a provider of services for both John Peterson and Autism Scholarship programs, which are offered by the State of Ohio.