Applying for Tuition Assistance
Trinity Episcopal School provides a needs-based tuition assistance program to assist qualifying families with tuition costs. All families seeking consideration for tuition assistance are required to submit an online application with Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST). Families must also file supporting documentation with FAST and are required to include the assets of both parents, including those who are divorced, and if remarried, their spouses. FAST collects and processes all information and sends a confidential report, including a recommendation, to Trinity's Tuition Assistance Committee. The committee reviews this report, along with the school's budget for tuition assistance, and makes award decisions.
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The deadline for online application submissions is Monday, March 20, 2017 and copies of supporting documentation are due by Monday, April 17, 2017.
If you have access to the Internet through any of the major browsers (Explorer, Safari, Firefox, etc.), you should have no problem gaining access to FAST, but FAST recommends using Internet Explorer as your web browser.
We recommend that all families keep a copies of their application and supporting documentation for their personal records. The Tuition Assistance Committee will not allocate assistance if this information is inaccurate or incomplete.
Please contact Steve Salvo or Virginia Evans in the Admission Office if you have any questions related to the tuition assistance program at Trinity.
Please mail all supporting documentation to:
1316 North Union Street
Wilmington, DE 19806-2594
*Including our school's name on the outside of the envelope will ensure faster processing of your application.
To advance the education of Black African American students through need-based partial scholarships to attend primary and secondary schools that offer rigorous curricula in preparation for entry to and completion of college.
The Frances Joseph Gaudet funds are to be used solely for the education of Black African Americans.
Gaudet Scholarships will be awarded to provide need-based partial scholarships to Black African American students. Priority will be given to students living within the Diocese of Louisiana attending Episcopal Schools. A completed ISM FAST application (see above) and a contribution from the students school are required for consideration of a Gaudet Scholarship award.
Scholarships will be awarded to individual students. Funds will be disbursed to the school on behalf of the student.
A student who is awarded a scholarship in a given year is eligible for awards in future years, provided that student fulfills the normal application guidelines each year. A copy of your FAST application, taxes, and W2's must be sent with your application.
Applications for the 2017-2018 academic year are due to Episcopal Community Services (ECS) by April 28, 2017.
Click here to learn more about The Frances Joseph Gaudet Scholarship Program.
Thank you for your strict adherence to these guidelines. In fairness to all applicants, we cannot make exceptions. Please be assured that each application is treated with strict confidentiality.