Juan Diego Catholic Schools are committed to offering a complete education to families throughout our community. In keeping with our mission, families who do not have the means of paying our full tuition rates may apply for tuition assistance/financial aid.
In fact, more than 40% of our students/families receive assistance in the form of need-based tuition adjustments. Students at Juan Diego Catholic High School may receive tuition rates as low as $2,200 per student, per year.
How to Qualify for Financial Aid
Once you have been conditionally accepted to Juan Diego, apply for Tuition Assistance/Financial Aid online through FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment (FGAA). The FGAA analysis determines the recommended parental contribution for education.
For questions or more info about tuition, please contact Ruth Fitzpatrick at (801) 984–7665 or email@example.com.
Tuition & Financial Aid FAQ
How are tuition & fees determined?
The Diocese of Salt Lake City in cooperation with the Diocesan School Board and the respective school administration and school board determine the fees and tuition each year. Annual increases are to be expected.
Carson Smith Special Needs Scholarship is a state-funded program that provides private school scholarships to K-12 students with disabilities. Juan Diego Catholic High School serves students with mild to moderate diagnoses for the following disabilities (as covered by the Individual with Disabilities Education Act, IDEA):
- Speech or Language Disability
- Hearing Disability
- Visual Disability
- Orthopedic Disability
- Specific Learning Disability
- Other Health Impairment
To qualify, Utah residents who have been conditionally accepted to Juan Diego can apply if they have been determined eligible for an IEP (Individual Education Plan) from the local school district. Please be aware that the Carson Smith Special Needs Scholarship may not cover the full cost of tuition.