Important Update: Registration is now open for the ‘24-‘25 school year. New families begin here. Returning families register now.

Tuition Assistance

In recognition of the spirit of our mission, Loretto Academy invites families who cannot afford the full cost of tuition to apply for tuition assistance and/or scholarships. Please see the information below on how to apply.

Diocesan Scholarships: the Miles’ Scholars and Bishop’s Scholars

Who can apply? These scholarships are open to incoming high school students; students must demonstrate financial need and meet academic requirements for renewal during their time in high school.

How do I get the application? Applications are available in the Admissions Office at Loretto Academy. When registering for Loretto, please fill out FACTS.

When is it due? Completed applications must be returned to the Admissions Office at Loretto Academy no later than April 3, 2024. All tax information must in FACTS by March 27, 2024.

ACE Scholarships

Who can apply? Loretto is proud to be an ACE partner school in El Paso. These scholarships average around $3,000 per academic school year and are given by ACE based on financial need. These scholarships are open to students in grades K through 12 and can be renewed each year.

How do I get the application? Visit:

When registering for Loretto, please fill out FACTS.

When is it due? Applications open February 1st and are due (online) by April 15th.

Loretto Tuition Assistance & Scholarships

Who can apply? Any registered Loretto family, grades PK-3 through 12th, may apply. All aid is based on financial need, but specific scholarships have different requirements.

How do I get the application? Apply by verifying tax information on FACTS. We encourage families to also apply for ACE and Diocesan scholarships if they meet the requirements.

The first step is income verification. This allows Loretto to determine the total number of families who qualify for assistance. The financial aid committee also makes recommendations for students who may qualify for additional scholarships. Those students will be asked to complete a separate paper application in spring 2024 to apply for special scholarships (such as our Judges’ scholarship for seniors and others with specific criteria).

When is it due? Please note that tuition assistance is given on a first-come, first-serve basis and there is more assistance available in the earlier rounds when the committee reviews applications. Please apply early. You must be registered to receive financial aid. The first round will be in late April/early May.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding tuition assistance, please contact the business office at 915-566-8400.

Challenge Program

Loretto Academy participates in a unique scholarship program called the Challenge Program. It is separate from our Tuition Assistance, with different application requirements and different opportunities.

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Tuition Assistance Expectations

Students’ grades, attendance, behavior, and cooperation will be evaluated when awarding assistance. Students receiving tuition assistance are expected to abide by the following:

  • Maintain passing grades each semester.
  • Be examples of good Christian behavior both in and out of school.
  • Complete work-study hours. (Applicable to middle and high school students only.)
  • Provide updates and thank-you notes to donors.

Failure to abide by the tuition assistance expectations or receiving a suspension are grounds to terminate tuition assistance during that school year.

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