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Apply for Tuition Assistance

Ramona Convent uses the services of Financial Aid for Student Tuition (FAST), an online evaluation company, in order to have a fair and standard method for determining financial need. FAST applies a consistent and equitable formula to calculate a family's ability to pay. this formula considers income, assets, liabilities and family size.

To apply for need-based tuition assistance, click on each step listed below and follow the directions.

STEP 1

Complete the form below to request a Tuition Assistance e-packet (Forms will be available on January 2, 2020. This e-packet will include the following:

Student Personal Resume – completed by student
Tuition Assistance Guidelines - parents carefully read and sign page 2
IRS Form 4506-T - both parents must sign if filing joint tax return.
Parents filing separately (including custodial and non-custodial
parents) must each sign a form.

Print, sign, and return these documents to Ramona via USPS, e-mail (callaway@ramonaconvent.org), or hand deliver to Ramona’s Main Office c/o Sister Kathleen Callaway, President.

STEP 2

Click here to begin your FAST on-line application. (Application available on January 2, 2020. There is an application fee of $45 required by FAST. If you do not have a credit card, you may purchase a school voucher from Ramona Convent School. Please contact Mrs. Elena Margallo in the Business Office at Ramona.

STEP 3

Mail your 2019 Federal and State Income Tax returns with all supporting schedules, 2018 W-2 or 1099 forms, and a copy of your last paystub for the year to:

Independent School Management

ATTN: FAST Processing
1316 North Union Street
Wilmington, DE 19806-2594

Important: Write Ramona Convent Secondary School on the front of the envelope. The application will not be processed without your complete tax return.

Only one application is necessary for each family. If a family has a currently enrolled student at Ramona AND is submitting a new incoming student application, please meet the earlier application deadline.

Parents who are divorced or separated should follow the special instructions indicated in the FAST Parent User Guide for completing the application. Generally, applications that are incomplete or are submitted after the deadline will not be considered.

The school will review the report from FAST to assess the financial need of each family and will notify new applicants of their tuition assistance award when admission decisions are announced in March.

If you have any questions, contact Sister Kathleen Callaway, President, at callaway@ramonaconvent.org or (626) 282-4151, extension 157.

The Ramona Convent Secondary School admission application process is need-blind.
Ramona Convent Secondary School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, racial or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.