Endowment gifts are those that are made in support of a named scholarship or other area of endowment. These gifts become a permanent part of the school’s endowment and provide financial assistance to students in need of tuition aid…one in four families receive some level of financial assistance. These gifts also help fund other specified areas of interest. Endowment gifts are meaningful tributes to those they honor and treasured resources to those they benefit.
St. Thomas Aquinas High School recognizes the financial challenge for parents in providing a quality education for their children. We understand the difficulty and sacrifice necessary to meet the financial weight of tuition. It is our goal to keep tuition as low as possible while operating the school in a fiscally responsible fashion. St. Thomas Aquinas allocates a portion of its annual budget to provide St. Thomas Aquinas Grant Aid for qualifying families.
One in three families receive financial aid from St. Thomas Aquinas High School. You can directly help a student by designating your Aquinas Fund gift to Financial Aid. We hope you consider making the St. Thomas Aquinas High School experience a reality for more students.
Thank you for supporting our students.
APPLYING FOR A SCHOLARSHIP
For more information about Applying for a Scholarship, please contact:
St. Thomas Aquinas High School
Financial Aid Committee
197 Dover Point Road
Dover, NH 03820
Email: Financial Aid Coordinator, Stephanie Bolduc or Director of Admission, Mr. Matthew Emond.
Living Legacy Scholarship Fund
All members of the Class of 2026 are encouraged to apply for the Living Legacy Scholarship Fund. This is a scholarship opportunity made possible by a generous gift from the Class of 2012 and other generous donors. The recipient will receive $500.00 to be applied to his/her second semester financial costs. This is not need-based and does not affect any other financial aid the student may receive.
To apply, interested students should submit a one-page essay that describes his/her personal reflection, experience, or association with Lux in Tenebris. In other words, what does it mean to be a St. Thomas Aquinas High School student? Click here for more information and please note that essays must be emailed to Mrs. Sarah McCluskey by November 18th.