The application process can be intimidating, but we are here to help guide you through! Lets start by laying out some initial steps to get the ball rolling.
Step 1: Apply - Click Here for the WNY Catholic High School Application.
Step 2 : Academic Records- You will receive a confirmation email upon completing the application. This will prompt you to print the application and sign it at the bottom. This acts as the consent to release your son's academic records. Please turn this in to his Current school, and request that 6th,7th, and most recent 8th grade records be sent to St. Francis High School. (Be sure to include report cards, testing scores, attendance records and any IEP/504 information if that applies) All students are reviewed for acceptance prior to addressing scholarships and financial aid.
Step 3 : Scholarship Application - To apply for a scholarship you will need to go to the St. Francis website under Tuition Assistance & Scholarship section Click Here . Here you will find TWO documents that need to be filled out for a scholarship application. The first is the application itself which is to be typed and completed BY THE STUDENT. You will notice that there is an essay section for the student to fill out. This form can be emailed to email@example.com under the subject Scholarship application "Students Name". The second form is the educator recommendation form for a teacher, administrator, or counselor to submit on the behalf of the applying student. This form can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org under the subject Educator Recommendation "Students Name".
Step 4 : Tuition Assistance - For incoming freshman only -To apply for Tuition Assistance please Click Here . You will be prompted to create a user name and password. Once signed in make sure that you choose Saint Francis is the school you are applying to for tuition assistance. Also, please be sure to have all required financial documentation on hand (preferably electronic) to attach to this application.
We look forward to working with you during the admissions process.