Today the value of a Catholic education is greater than ever before because it helps our young people learn how to bring the Gospel of Christ to a world in need.
At St. John the Baptist, we are committed to providing an affordable Catholic education to all families in our community. The cost to educate a student at St. John the Baptist is $8,600/per child. Despite ongoing challenges and the rising inflation, tuition rates are less than 50 percent of the actual cost to educate a student and remain lower than area Catholic schools.
2023-24 Tithing & Stewardship Requirements
2023-24 Technology Fee Infographic
Tuition Assistance is Available to Families for the 2023-24 School Year
Good Shepherd Scholarship
The Lincoln Diocese introduced the Good Shepherd Scholarship across Catholic schools. The scholarship program will help increase the financial sustainability of the school and helps assist families with tuition costs, based on household size and income.
To learn more about the Good Shepherd Scholarship, please click here.
Please note that applications must be received by March 31, 2023 to be eligible for funding in the 2023-24 school year. Families who wish to apply for funding, will also need to provide 2021 or 2022 tax information.
To apply for Lincoln Diocese Scholarships, please go to www.goodshepherdsholarship.com.
St. John the Baptist Tuition Assistance Fund
The St. John the Baptist Tuition Assistance Fund is a fund designed to help provide needed financial support for families who seek a faith-centered education for their children and do not qualify for the Diocesan Good Shepherd Scholarship.
Please review the Tuition Assistance Requirements for eligibility
Only active parishioners can apply for financial support and applicants must first apply for the Good Shepherd Scholarship. Supporting financial documents are required with the application.
How to Apply
To apply for the St. John the Baptist Tuition Assistance Fund, online through FACTS Management click here. Applications must be completed by March 31, 2023.