DEADLINE: March 1, 2021*
*Unless mentioned otherwise below.
St. Anthony School Tuition Assistance Fund
Funded by private donations, fundraising, grants, and The Marianist Province of the United States, St. Anthony offers tuition assistance to students with demonstrated financial need. Awards are granted to both Catholic and non-Catholic students in grades K-12.
In order to receive financial assistance from St. Anthony School, applicants must apply with Tuition Aid Data Services (TADS). Visit www.mytads.com and click on FA Financial Aid Assessment.
- A.P. Sereno Scholarship Fund
Funded by alumni and managed by Hawai’i Community Foundation, this is awarded to students in grades K-12 that demonstrate financial need and are of Hawaiian ancestry. No separate application is needed. A copy of the student’s birth certificate may be required.
- Augustine Educational Foundation Tuition Scholarship Program (AEF)
Founded in 1984 by the late Most Reverend Joseph A. Ferrario, the Augustine Educational Foundation was formed to help Hawaii Catholic Schools reach out to parents who wanted a quality Catholic education for their children. Without discrimination against ethnic background, race or religion, the Foundation provides scholarships for students grades K-12 attending a Hawaii Catholic School based on need. Visit www.augustinefoundation.org/tuition-scholarship for more information.
January 4, 2021 to March 1, 2021 Please note our earlier deadline this year.
- Maui Catholic Student Tuition Assistance Fund (MCSTAF)
This need-based assistance is for students grades K-12 who are active parishioners of a Maui Catholic Church. Students must apply with Augustine Educational Foundation in order to be eligible for the MCSTAF.
This need-based assistance is for student-athletes in grades 9-12 who are team players, who show good work ethics and a strong desire to win. Priority will be given to track athletes.
The Eva and Henry Gonsalves Tuition Assistance Scholarship, celebrates the Gonsalves Family’s devotion and dedication to St. Anthony School and St. Anthony’s parish. Funded by Erin & Robert Gonsalves Jr of Atlanta, Georgia, this need-based tuition assistance is for current St. Anthony High School students grades 9-12 who have demonstrated good academic success while also being involved in BOTH school and church activities. The recipient must have a strong commitment to continue his/her studies at St. Anthony School.
- Merit Scholarship Application – FOR NEW INCOMING 9TH GRADERS ONLY
Applicant MUST be entering 9th grade and MUST be agreeable to an interview.
- Music Merit Scholarship Application – FOR NEW INCOMING 9TH GRADERS ONLY
Applicant MUST be entering 9th grade with a commitment to participate in the St. Anthony School Band Program and MUST be agreeable to an interview and music audition.
- STEM/Robotics Merit Scholarship Application – FOR NEW INCOMING 9TH GRADERS ONLY
Applicant MUST be entering 9th grade and with a commitment to participate in the St. Anthony School Science Technology Engineering & Math courses and MUST be agreeable to an interview.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is financial assistance?
Financial assistance is a program designed to assist students who wish to pursue a Catholic education at St. Anthony School and are unable to afford the full cost of tuition.
Will my financial assistance application be confidential?
All financial assistance applications are completely confidential.
Who can apply for financial assistance?
Any current or incoming student may apply for financial assistance. Incoming students must have completed the admissions process and gained admittance to the school in order to be considered. All
applicants, new and returning, must reapply for financial assistance each year.
When and how do I apply for financial assistance?
Financial assistance applications are available at www.sasmaui.org. The deadline for submission is March 10, 2020.
If we receive financial assistance this year, can we count on receiving it each subsequent year?
No. You must reapply each year for financial assistance. If your child has not met the performance standard of maintaining a 2.0 GPA, you will not be eligible for tuition assistance.
How is financial assistance applications handled for families with divorced or separated parents or parents who have never been married?
The primary parent completes/submits the application. More information may be requested by TADS or St. Anthony School.
Will a request for financial assistance affect my child’s chances of admission?
Requests for financial assistance is reviewed separately from the admissions application process and therefore do not affect your child’s chances of admission. It is possible for a student to gain admittance
and not receive financial assistance.
Additional Questions? Feel free to give us a call or email us!
P: (808) 244-4190