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Important Financial Information for 2019-2020

Teurlings Catholic offers financial assistance through the Work/Study program. This program provides limited assistance to those families meeting the criteria established by the TCHS Advisory/Financial Assistance Committee. Applications are processed and managed through FACTS Management Company.  The link to apply for financial assistance was made available during the online enrollment process, which began Monday, March 11, 2019.  Students applying for financial assistance through the Work Study program must be registered for the 2019-2020 school year with the registration fees paid.
Note: There is a $35.00 non-refundable fee for this application process. Questions regarding the application are to be directed to FACTS Management Company. The deadline to apply with appropriate supporting documentation was Friday, April 12, 2019. Families are notified in writing mid-May regarding the status of their application.

General Work Study Program Information:

For qualifying students: TCHS Summer 2019 Work Study Program participants are required to work a set number of hours. The work study program coordinator will provide detailed information to all awarded work study recipients. Failure to comply with the program requirements cancels the work study agreement and finance allocations are withdrawn. 
Other requirements include:
• The student must maintain a minimum GPA of 1.7.  If, after the completion of one year, the student fails to maintain a 1.7 GPA, he or she will not be eligible for a grant the following year.
• The assistant principal will make a recommendation in May based on the following for each grant recipient:  effort, attitude, discipline record, and school attendance.
• Friends and adults other than the primary parent/guardian of the student DO NOT qualify to work towards the grant.
• It is the responsibility of each grant student and his or her parents to ensure that all requirements of the grant program are met. 




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