Tuition Assistance

Applicants may apply online beginning in December at www.online.factsmgt.com/aid.

The following information is required in order for FACTS to process your application:

Payment of the $40 non-refundable financial aid application fee must be paid directly to FACTS – online via credit card or checking account.

Copies of your current IRS Federal Form 1040 or 1040-A US Individual Income Tax Return (2 pages), including all supporting tax schedules (Schedule C, E, F). State Tax Returns not accepted.

Copies of your current W-2 Wage and Tax Statements for both you and your spouse.

Copies of supporting documentation for household Social Security Income, Welfare, Child Support, Food Stamps, Workers' Compensation, and TANF.

If you have questions or concerns about the application process, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 1-866-315-9262.

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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Endowment Fund

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton accomplished extraordinary things during her life. However, she didn’t accomplish any of them in a single day. Rather, it was the accumulation of a lifetime of ordinary days lived well which shaped her impact on the world. Her spirit of faith, service and leadership, in the ordinary moments made a large impact.

The St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Endowment Fund is a scholarship fund that helps students in need to attend Monsignor Donovan Catholic High School.

The Monsignor Walter J. Donovan Merit Scholarship

The Monsignor Walter J. Donovan Merit Scholarship has been established in the honor of our namesake. This prestigious merit-based scholarship is awarded each year to the top student of the incoming freshman class. Merit scholarships are partial awards that cover 50% of the student’s tuition and are renewable each year providing the student maintains a high academic average and exemplifies good citizenship. It is our expectation that each recipient contribute significantly to the life of the school.

This scholarship has already been awarded for the 2023-2024 school year. Applications are no longer being considered. Check back for the 2024-2025 school year in the winter.

The Claire Thompson Endowed Scholarship

The Claire Thompson Endowed Scholarship has been established in the honor of its namesake, Claire Thompson, a community leader in Athens. This need-based scholarship is awarded each year to an achieving student who would not be able to attend Donovan without assistance. This need based scholarship is applied toward a student’s tuition and is renewable each year providing the student maintains a high academic average and exemplifies good citizenship. It is our expectation that each recipient contribute significantly to the life of the school.

St. Mary’s Health Care System Scholarship 2023-2024 Scholarship Application

Monsignor Donovan Catholic High School is pleased to offer the St. Mary’s Health Care System Scholarships to five deserving and qualified students. These scholarships are awarded based on the student’s financial need and the ability to maintain the academic rigor of Monsignor Donovan Catholic High School. In addition, the student will be expected to make a positive contribution to the campus environment, to give service to others in both school and community activities as well as to exemplify leadership qualities while a student at Monsignor Donovan Catholic High School. Award amounts will vary depending on applicants and are available for renewal each year. Renewal of the scholarship is dependent on the following: maintaining a minimum of a 3.5 GPA, demonstrating commitment to community service, and serving as a positive ambassador in the school and community. 

Tuition Assistance at Donovan

Think you can’t afford a high-quality college preparatory private high school education for your student? Think again!

Monsignor Donovan Catholic High School makes educational excellence affordable. First, we strive to keep our tuition as low as possible while maintaining rigorous standards in both the quality of our faculty and our buildings and campus. Our tuition assistance program further enables us to lower the financial burden on middle and low income families. With the addition of the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program, we are now able to provide greater support on a sliding scale to families that qualify.

All families are allowed to request aid during the application process and are evaluated on a case-by-case basis through documents submitted to FACTS, our independent financial aid service. Depending on the student’s previous enrollment, aid may come from either Georgia GOAL Scholarships or from our Monsignor Donovan tuition assistance budget. Georgia GOAL Scholarships, awarded on the basis of need, are restricted by law to students transferring from public school or homeschool. All students are eligible on the basis of need for aid from our general tuition assistance budget. 

For more information about the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program visit the website at www.goalscholarship.org