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Tuition and Financial Aid

Over $1 million in aid and scholarships is awarded annually to students,
and 97% of students receive some form of financial aid.
 

Financial Aid

Along with participating in the Milwaukee and Wisconsin Parental Choice Programs, STM offers a variety of tuition assistance options including merit-based and need-based scholarships and tuition reduction programs. Please see our financial aid guide — available in English and Español — for more information on our programs.

Your Guide to Financial Aid at STM

Scholarships

List of 6 items.

  • Leonard Gigowski Scholarship

    The Leonard Gigowski Scholarship provides generous financial support through a limited number of half-tuition and one-third-tuition scholarships. These scholarships are renewable for up to four years of attendance at STM with no re-application needed, assuming the student is in good academic standing.

    Leonard Gigowski Scholarship Requirements
  • Guszkowski Memorial Scholarship

    The Guszkowski Memorial Scholarship is awarded to students who display persistence and determination when faced with significant personal adversity or familial hardship.

    Guszkowski Memorial Scholarship Requirements
    * Please note that application details are highly confidential and kept in strict confidence.
  • Jennifer Ramus Endowed Scholarship

    The Jennifer Ramus Endowment Fund provides need-based scholarships for STM students actively engaged in the Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club. Students of any grade may apply for this scholarship, and the award is renewable with continued participation in SADD. The Endowment has funded as much as $20,000 in Jennie Fund scholarships in recent years and has supported over 350 students since its creation in 1999.

    Jennifer Ramus Endowed Scholarship Requirements
  • Legacy Scholarship

    The Legacy Scholarship is available to qualifying children or grandchildren of graduates from Don Bosco, Pio Nono, St. Francis Minor Seminary, St. Mary’s Academy, or Thomas More.

    Legacy Scholarship Requirements
  • Fine Arts Scholarship

    The Fine Arts Scholarship is offered to incoming students interested in visual or performing arts. Contact Tony Mane at 414-481-8370 x127 or at manet@tmore.org for any questions regarding the Fine Arts Scholarship. Scholarship applications are available in winter and will be due in early spring before the time of the audition.
  • SCRIP Credit Program

Tuition

Tuition and fees are set each spring by our Board of Directors. Tuition for the 2023-24 school year is $12,500. Families may choose to pay tuition in full by August 1 or use our monthly payment plan through our tuition management system.
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