Open House 2019
Sunday, October 13th!
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
If you have any questions about the application process, please call the *FACTS at 1-866-315-9262, open 24/7*. The non-refundable application fee is payable by Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. The application fee will be billed to your credit card under the name of "Independent School Management (ISM)," the company which provides the FACTS application service.
Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School seeks to provide an affordable, Catholic, private, college-preparatory education to all of our families. We recognize that the primary responsibility for financing a student’s education rests with the family. Because of this, Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School is privileged to offer need-based financial aid to qualifying families, who could not otherwise afford to attend.
To be considered for Financial Aid/Tuition Assistance, any prospective member of the Class of 2024 must submit a completed FACTS application with all supporting documents. The application will open on September 2019 and must be submitted by October 17, 2019. If the applicant meets this deadline, decisions about financial offers will be communicated before the Confirmation Deadline.
Deadline for Applying for Financial Aid: October 17, 2019
Deadline for Submitting 2018 Tax Returns: October 17, 2019
Notification of Financial Aid Offer: Before Christmas 2019
Deadline for Submitting 2019 Tax Returns: April 1, 2020
The FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment program that we use, allows us to make data-driven award decisions based on financial needs. All information from FACTS remains confidential. Any interested or returning families must apply for financial aid each year using the online FACTS application, (there is a processing fee). When filling out the application, please use your name as it appears on your tax return.
Click the FACTS online application link located at the top left-hand corner of the page. Complete the online application by the listed deadlines.
Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School believes that parents share the obligation to pay for the educational expenses of their children. It is the responsibility of the custodial parent to ask the non-custodial parent to complete the FACTS application. The Financial Aid Committee will consider the assets of both natural parents.
A new tax legislation includes an arrangement that allows 529 plan account owners to use assets to pay for qualified K-12 tuition expenses up to $10,000 per year, per student. Account owners can treat qualified K-12 withdrawals as qualified expenses with respect to the federal and Pennsylvania state tax benefits. For additional guidance on this provision, please consult a qualified tax advisor about your personal situation.
11:00 am - 2:00 pm