Through the generosity of the school’s benefactors and allocations in the school’s operating budget, Archbishop Rummel High School provides financial aid each year to families in need. Financial aid is awarded annually to Archbishop Rummel students who are registered for the following year and have qualified based on financial need. Parents/guardians must apply for financial aid annually by the published deadline.
A student who receives financial aid must perform work as assigned by the Financial Aid Program Administrator. The work performed involves labor on the school’s campus. Work projects must be approved in advance by the Financial Aid Program Administrator and the President. The Financial Program Administrator determines the work schedule for each financial aid recipient and is responsible for keeping a daily written verification of the work performed. Both the Financial Aid Program Administrator and the student sign the form indicating the assignment.
Should a student fail to perform his assigned tasks satisfactorily or not make himself available at required times, the work study program is discontinued and the remainder of the tuition is payable in full.
For further information regarding the financial aid process, please contact the school’s Finance Office at 834-5592.