We are pleased to offer FACTS Payment Plans and Grant & Aid Financial Needs Assessment on the same platform.

Simple Steps to Enroll in a Payment Plan:

1. If you are an Existing FACTS user, please enter your existing username and password     and click “Sign In”. If you are a New FACTS User please select “Create username & password”.

2. Click on the Set Up a Payment Plan link

3. Select the appropriate school year

4. Complete the steps as prompted

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Enrolling in a FACTS tuition payment plan allows you to select a payment option that best suits your financial needs. The plans listed below are offered by your school. Depending on the start and end date of each plan, they may not always be offered.

Monthly Payments:
Spread your tuition balance over monthly installments.
Payment Methods Offered: Automatic Bank Draft (ACH-No Fee), 
Discover, MasterCard, Visa (2.85% fee per charge)

Semi-Annual Payments:
Pay your tuition in two installments. 
Payment Methods Offered: Automatic Bank Draft 
(ACH-No Fee)Discover, MasterCard, Visa (2.85% fee per charge)

Payment in Full:
FACTS is a quick, secure method for paying your tuition balance in full.
Payment Methods Offered: Automatic Bank Draft 
(ACH-No Fee)Discover, MasterCard, Visa (2.85% fee per charge)

  • Families that do not want to pay for tuition in FACTS must Prepay the full year via check at the school office
  • If a tuition payment is 30 days over due, a letter from the school reminding the parents of their financial obligation will be sent. This will be followed up by an email. Immediate payment of overdue tuition is expected. The letter will advise that if tuition payments become 60 days past due, the school will suspend educational services to the student and the parents will have to withdraw the child from the school.
  • If the tuition payments are not made current after the 30-day overdue notice, and tuition payments become 60-days overdue, the principal will notify the parents in writing that the school will no longer provide services to the child if payment of overdue tuition and fees is not received within 7 days. This will be followed with and email and/or phone call from the bursar. If tuition payments are not received within 7 days of the 60-day overdue notice, the school will request student transfer information from the parent. 
  • Schools in the Archdiocese will not register students who have overdue tuition at any school in the Archdiocese.

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