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Your Investment

Catholic school education is an investment and the returns are both tangible and intangible.

As a system of schools, one of our guiding principles is to make Catholic education accessible, attainable, and affordable to all those who desire it. We understand the sacrifices families make in order to send their child(ren) to a school that models their values, and instills faith in their everyday life.

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FACTS Management

FACTS works with schools across the country to provide tuition management services that make education more affordable. Through our programs, parents can pay tuition and fees over time, using a variety of payment methods, making it easier to afford a quality education for their children.

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Children's Scholarship Fund NH

Children’s Scholarship Fund’s New Hampshire program provides scholarships to empower low-income New Hampshire families to choose the schools that best fit their children’s needs, regardless of their income or zip code.

To find out more about the Children's Scholarship Fund's New Hampshire program see our informational flyer

What are tax credit scholarships?

A new law provides scholarship support to New Hampshire families who want to enroll their children in the nonpublic school of their choice, including a Catholic school. Nonprofit scholarship organizations grant scholarships to New Hampshire children age 5 to 20 who have not graduated from high school.

Who funds the scholarships?

Businesses make donations to a scholarship organization in exchange for a tax credit against the state business profits tax and/or business enterprise tax for an amount equal to 85% of the donation. The donations are used by the scholarship organization to grant scholarships to students.

Who qualifies for a scholarship?

New Hampshire residents between the ages of 5 and 20 who have not yet graduated from high school AND
Household income must be less than 300% of the federal poverty level (currently $72,900 for a family of four)

How do I apply for a tax credit scholarship?

Visit and click "Apply." 

Where can I get more information?

Visit the NH Children's Scholarship fund website at

529 Plans

New Education Savings Opportunity for Current and Prospective Catholic School Families

The 2017 Tax Cut and Jobs Act expanded 529 savings plans to allow families to invest funds for K12 tuition in addition to higher education expenses.

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