Incoming Freshmen: Class of 2022
For the incoming Freshmen Class of 2022, the following three items must be completed by March 27, 2018:
Tuition assistance is available to families at Archbishop Mitty High School with demonstrated financial need. Applying for tuition assistance will in no way influence the selection process for acceptance into AMHS. It is a goal of the school Administration and the Board of Regents to give all qualified students, regardless of financial resources, an opportunity to attend AMHS.
The online Financial Aid applications for the 2018-2019 school year will be available November 19, 2017, and will be due February 5, 2018. To apply for financial assistance, applicants must submit an online application. If you are awarded financial aid, you will have a work study obligation to meet that corresponds with the amount of aid you receive. In addition, all financial aid students are required to maintain a 2.5 total GPA. Failure to successfully complete either of these two requirements could terminate a financial aid award.
FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment will process financial aid applications for the 2018-2019 school year. Access to our financial aid application will be available on our website November 19, 2017. To file for financial aid, click here.
The following documentation will be needed to complete the application:
All documents can be uploaded in a PDF file and sent electronically; faxed to 1-866-315-9264; or mailed to FACTS, PO Box 82524 Lincoln, NE 68501. Please include the applicant ID on all faxed and mailed correspondence.
FACTS Customer Care Representatives can be reached at 1-866-441-4637.
To be considered for a Diocese of San Jose Financial Aid Award, please fill out the Pastor Verification Form (for Catholic parishioners within the Diocese of San Jose) and return the form to FACTS by mail, fax or upload. Please make sure you have your FACTS Application ID on the form. Click here for the Pastor Verification Form.
The deadline for submitting a request for financial aid is February 5, 2018.
The tuition for 2017-2018, not including the Registration Fee ($1,200), is $18,920. The tuition for the 2018-2019 will be determined in Spring, 2018.
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Tuition may be paid using one of the following three options:
Annual Payment Due July 1, 2018*
Two Semester payments due July 1, 2018 and December 1, 2018. Includes a $55 service charge *
Ten Monthly payments due July 1, 2018 through April 1, 2019 of each month. Includes a $110 service charge.*
* SMART TUITION Management Program collects tuition on behalf of AMHS and offers many payment options: automatic deduction from a financial institute; mail-in payment ($40 fee if late); online payment; and credit card payment (fees apply).
• SMART TUITION charges a onetime fee of $50.00 per family to setup an agreement.
• ALL AMHS families are required to have a SMART TUITION account (one per family).
When a student withdraws or is dismissed from AMHS, parents are responsible for tuition for all months a student was in attendance, including partial months (1 day or more). Any paid tuition beyond the last month in attendance will be refunded.
The payment schedule as outlined in the SMART Tuition Agreement is a binding contract and must be maintained and paid as agreed. Late payments will be assessed a $40 fee each month until the account is current. An account that falls 60 days in arrears will result in suspension of the student, and a payment for the full amount will be required in order for the student to return to school. During this suspension, the student will not be permitted to be in contact with any teachers regarding class work and will not be able to participate in school activities. Failure to pay the tuition balance after 5 days of suspension will result in the student being dismissed from Archbishop Mitty High School.
Checks returned by the bank will be subject to a $25 charge. If two or more checks are returned for non-payment, the Business Office will request all future payments be made in the form of a cashier’s check, cash or money order.
If a student is placed on disciplinary probation, the student’s account must be kept current according to their payment schedule. Failure to keep the account current may result in the student being dismissed from school.
The Graduation Fee for Seniors includes the Baccalaureate Mass, Graduation, the Senior Dinner and a cap and gown for Graduation.
The Student Activity Fee includes a AMHS yearbook, Spirit Shirt (received at beginning of year), and entrance into Monarch Madness.
Archbishop Mitty High School is pleased to provide coverage for stolen or accidentally damaged iPads with an annual $40 fee. This coverage includes a single repair for accidental damage at no additional cost. Subsequent repairs for accidental damage are subject to a $50 service fee. Stolen iPads are subject to a $100 deductible and requires the successful filing of a police report. Lost iPads will be billed the full replacement price at the time of incident. To best protect the iPad and minimize the chance of damage, proper use of the AMHS supplied iPad case and front cover is required. Coverage applies to all iPads issued after April 2015.
Sallie Mae’s K–12 Family Education Loan can help you send your child to a private primary or secondary school. Get the money you need for tuition—borrow a minimum $1,000 up to the total cost of education. Visit SallieMae.com/K12 for the most up-to-date pricing information.
The Sallie Mae K–12 Family Education Loan is available to parents, family members, or other creditworthy individuals who are US citizens or permanent residents to assist students attending private elementary, middle, or high schools. These include preparatory, Montessori, boarding, and other schools.
Terms and Conditions
Borrow up to the cost of attendance (minimum $1,000) as certified by your school and confirmed by Sallie Mae, less other financial aid received. Sallie Mae reserves the right to approve a lower loan amount than what the school has certified.
K-12 Family Education Loans are made by Sallie Mae Bank®.
The institution your student is attending must be licensed or accredited by the Department of Education in the states in which they operate, if required by that state, or must be accredited by a recognized national education association.
Families will apply for the loan online through our new Online Loan Application process at this web URL: www.salliemae.com/k12.
AMHS school code is: 609217-00
What is the cost of tuition?
The tuition for 2017-2018, including the Registration Fee, is $20,120. The tuition for the 2018-2019 will be determined in Spring, 2018.
When is tuition due?
A non-refundable Registration Fee of $1200 is due for accepted freshmen by March 27, 2018. AMHS has the following tuition payment plans:
*SMART Tuition Program collects tuition on behalf of AMHS automatically from your checking account, savings account or credit card and charges an annual fee of $50 per family. All families are required to have an account with SMART Tuition.
Is the $1200 registration fee refundable?
Registration fees are not refundable.
Are there any other fees?
Freshman pay a $60.00 Art Fee and a $25.00 Lock and P.E. Fee. (Book Lock, P.E. Lock & P.E. Shirt), $40 iPad AppleCare Program.
Sophomores and Juniors pay a $16.00 PSAT Testing Fee.
Juniors pay a $40 iPad AppleCare Program Fee.
Seniors pay a $115.00 Graduation Fee.
All students pay a Student Activities Fee of $125.
Are there any other forms of Tuition Assistance?
The Diocese of San Jose Scholarship Program offers financial aid to students who are Catholic parishioners in the Diocese of San Jose. The Diocesan Scholarship Program is also awarded based on financial need. To apply for the Diocese of San Jose Scholarship Program, complete and print out the form found on the FACTS application, have your pastor sign it, and mail, scan, or fax it to FACTS. When mailing or faxing documentation, please include the applicant ID on all correspondence.