Hope for the Future provides need-based tuition assistance for Catholic and non-Catholic students who meet eligibility requirements and enroll in one of the Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of San Antonio. Tuition assistance is prioritized by financial need and based on available funding.
Hope for the Future recognizes that poverty has no boundaries and will work with families seeking assistance. The money is paid directly to the school on behalf of the student, half of the award each semester. Hope for the Future raises tuition assistance monies for students attending elementary and secondary Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of San Antonio.
Hope for the Future's tuition assistance selection committee will review and process the applications for approval. Once a family is approved, the family will be notified by the selection committee via email and may present it to the school of their choice at the time of registration.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What grade levels are eligible?
tudents in grades K-5 - 12 (K-3 and K-4 are not eligible).
What schools are eligible?
All forty-three Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of San Antonio.
Who can apply for Hope for the Future?
All families who want to send their children to a Catholic school.
Do I have to be Catholic to apply?
What is the dollar amount that a student may receive from Hope for the Future?
Elementary education: from $500 to $1500 per student, based on financial need analysis. Secondary education: from $500 to $2000 per student, based on financial need analysis.
If I receive funding or do not receive funding, will I have to re-apply again next year?
YES. Applications must be filed annually.
How much is the Hope for the Future application fee?
$30 per family.
How will I know if I am selected as a recipient for Hope for the Future tuition assistance?
Notifications will be sent monthly beginning on April 1, 2014 and all final notifications will be sent by August 16, 2014. You may also check with your child’s school for status information.
2015-16 applications will go online December 1, 2014.