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Admissions

Financial Aid & Accessibility

An affordable Jesuit education is within your reach
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At Regis Jesuit, we strive for all families to feel that an exceptional, Jesuit high school experience is both a valuable investment and accessible. We award financial aid based on need, while taking every family’s individual circumstances into consideration. All families are encouraged to apply for financial aid, as the cost of tuition should not prevent a child from reaching their full potential at Regis Jesuit.

Financial Aid Statistics

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  • 25%

    Percentage of Student Body
    Receiving Financial Aid
  • $11K+

    Average Financial Aid Award
    For 2019-20, the average amount of aid given was more than $11,000
  • $4.25M+

    in Financial Aid
    awarded annually

Financial Aid Process

All families are encouraged to complete Regis Jesuit’s need-based financial aid application: FACTS Grant & Aid Financial Assessment. We take many factors into consideration when evaluating your family’s specific situation including family size, employment situation and college expenses. We will do our best to meet all applicant’s needs to the best of our ability.

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  • Financial Aid & Admissions Timeline

    • October 1, 2019: Financial Aid Applications open for the 2020-21 school year
    • December 7, 2019: High School Placement Test & Financial Aid Workshop for incoming students and parents
    • December 17, 2019: Admission Application due
    • December 17, 2019: Financial Aid Application due for incoming students
    • February 13, 2020: Financial Aid Award Notifications for incoming students
  • What You Need to Apply for Financial Aid

    The following items are needed to apply for Financial Aid:
    • Online Application to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment
    • 2018 W-2s
    • 2018 Federal Tax Form 1040, 1040A or 1040EZ
    OPTIONAL
    Regis Jesuit requests financial information from both custodial and non-custodial parents to be submitted when a family is applying for financial aid. Exceptions to this policy can be made in appropriate situations—typically when there is truly only one parent in the child’s life. If you are a single parent and need to request a waiver of a second parent’s information, please complete the Second Parent Information Waiver Form and submit to Britt Davis, Assistant Director of Admissions for Financial Aid. This form must be completed each year.
Tuition for the 2019-20 School Year is $17,525.
A registration fee of $400 (freshmen) or $250 (all others) is due upon acceptance and is credited toward tuition. Books, workbooks and physical education clothing are an additional expense, averaging $600 for incoming freshmen. In the spring, the Regis Jesuit online bookstore buys back used books to help offset book costs in subsequent years. Each February, tuition for the following school year is established by the Regis Jesuit Board of Trustees.

Payment Options

Regis Jesuit High School tuition is paid through FACTS Tuition Management Co. FACTS provides electronic payment options of one, two or ten installments with payment(s) beginning in July of each year.

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Regis Jesuit recognizes that a family’s financial situation can change at any given time. If your family is experiencing hardship of any kind we encourage you to reach out to Britt Davis, Assistant Director of Admissions for Financial Aid.

Additional Aid Resources

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  • Alliance for Choice in Education (ACE) Scholarship

    The Alliance for Choice in Education (ACE) believes that every child desrves a great education and are committed to helping low-income parents provide that opportunity to their children. ACE's mission is to provide children of low-income families with scholarships to private schools in grades K-12, and to advocate for expanded school choice.

    To qualify for an ACE Scholarship, the adjusted gross income for your family must be below the Free and Reduced Lunch guidelines. For example, for a family of four, adjusted gross income would need to be below $44,863.

    For additional information on ACE Scholarships, visit www.acescholarships.org.

    To apply for consideration, please contact Britt Davis.

    DEADLINE: April 15
  • Universal Education Supporters (UES)

    Universal Education Supporters (UES) is a Catholic non-profit whose members volunteer to work at large sports venues in Colorado. UES volunteers receive scholarships that they direct to the Catholic institution of their choice for their own student’s tuition and related costs including technology, athletics, mission trips, etc. UES is not part of Regis Jesuit, but numerous RJ families partner with UES to offset tuition and other school expenses by volunteering with them. The scholarships received by volunteering are applied directly to a student’s expenses and are not part of the Financial Aid Program that Regis Jesuit administers.

    For more information, visit www.uesdenver.org or contact Britt Davis.
  • Funds to Support Costs Beyond Tuition

    Regis Jesuit  has two special funds—the St. Francis Xavier Fund for Girls Division students and the Montoya Fund for those in the Boys Division—that provide financial assistance allowing students to participate fully in the life of the school.

    Scholarships are based on qualified financial need and cover costs beyond tuition including, books, technology fees and iPads, transportation, athletic uniforms, meal program, sports and activity fees, immersion trips and service-learning costs, as well as participation in school events and dances like Prom, Mom Prom, Father-Daughter Dance, Grandparents Day and others. 

    If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, please email Principal Jimmy Tricco at principal@regisjesuit.com

    If you are interested in assisting students and families in need, please make a gift to the St. Francis Xavier (Girls) and/or Montoya (Boys) Funds. 

    These funds ensure students and families can participate in the life of the school regardless of their financial circumstances.

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Girls Division

Regis Jesuit High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.
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