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Tuition & Financial Aid


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FACTS Management is the tuition billing system for Saint Paul.  With a FACTS account set up through their web site, families can see charges and credits, and pay for tuition and fees automatically. FACTS can be accessed with the Pay Online link below. Payment plans are created to fit each individual student and family.  If you have questions about billing, you can always email or call the billing office at 660-463-2238 ext. 232.


Grants &
Financial Aid


Financial Assistance is available through various endowments and scholarships that have been gifted to Saint Paul. Those requesting consideration for assistance will complete a Grant & Aid Assessment through our FACTS Management site. There is a fee for the Assessment, and they must be completed each year you desire scholarship consideration. Deadlines for these applications are late July, so that we can award financial aid by the start of the school year.


We also encourage students to consider “Work Study.” Paid jobs on campus are available for those who qualify which can be used to assist with expenses. There may be outside sources of aid from congregations, districts, or other places. 


Saint Paul promises to personally and confidentially assist with each and every student family. For more information on the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment, download the flyer below.




There are many scholarships available for seniors as they apply for college. We will make information available on campus, and our Principal’s Office is always a resource for students.

We can also provide the recommendations and transcripts needed.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

If you are applying for college aid, you should file your FAFSA as early as February. Filing the FAFSA report allows colleges to offer you financial aid.  Seek additional information at The FAFSA is available online after January 1 each year.  Please contact Mrs. Meredith Marsh by email with your questions at