Admissions » Affordability




True to our Catholic mission and identity and dedication to serving all people, we're committed to providing equitable access to an education that can enrich lives.  We work to ensure that all qualified students--no matter their socioeconomic backgrounds--can thrive at St. Petersburg Catholic.

We practice need-blind admission, which means we admit students based on their academic and personal accomplishments and don't consider their financial circumstances during the admission process.

In addition, we are dedicated to providing need-based financial assistance and helping students obtained a variety of aid to meet their demonstrated financial need.

What is demonstrated financial need?

Financial aid eligibility is based on a family's demonstrated need. St. Petersburg Catholic is committed to meeting your demonstrated need with different forms of financial aid funds.

Your demonstrated need is the difference between the cost of attendance and the expected family contribution, as determined by FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment (Deadline: March 31st). See below for more information on different types of aid.

Below is a PDF with instructions on how to set up a FACTS account. If you are not yet registered at SPC but are inquiring about the amount of financial assistance that can be awarded to your family, please follow the instructions under the the title "Financial Assistance: Grant & Aid Application."



SPCHS Financial Information for Perspective Parents