Tuition Assistance

Affording Cascia Hall

Cascia Hall Preparatory School offered over $1.2M dollars in need-based financial aid with an average gift of $8,934 for the 2021-22 school year. Our tuition assistance program is based on financial need only; the school does not offer scholarships based on other criteria such as academic, athletic, or any other standard. 

Families may begin applying for tuition assistance through a third party, FACTS, who helps assess the level of need and a family's ability to pay tuition. 

List of 4 items.

  • FACTS Management Online Application

    Cascia Hall Preparatory School uses the services of FACTS Management Grant and Aid Application which is only available online at here. No other forms are required by Cascia Hall.  For verification purposes FACTS will require income tax returns which must be immediately faxed or mailed upon completing your online application. Please follow up with FACTS to verify the receipt of your financial aid application and all supporting documentation
  • Process of Applying for Tuition Assistance

    The deadline for submitting the online grant application, supporting income tax returns, and processing fee is March 15 of each year.   Applications are considered complete when the supporting tax return and fee are received. Cascia Hall will mail tuition assistance award letters by mid-April.  Requests for assistance received after March 15 will be considered if funds are still available.
  • Annual Renewal

    Tuition assistance is not automatically renewed each academic year. You are required to submit a new financial aid application each year by March 15.
  • Who to Contact with Questions

    All application questions should be directed to FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment Customer Service.  A FACTS customer care representative can be reached at 1-866-315-9262.  

    Any inquiries to Cascia Hall should be addressed to Mr. Shawn Loader, CFO,, or 918-746-2606.

Financial Aid Statistics 2021-22

Number of students receiving need-based financial aid

Percent of School receiving financial aid

Total amount awarded

Average award per student (need-based)



List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • Q. What If Parents Are Divorced or Separated?

    If parents are divorced or separated, the parent who is responsible under the divorce decree to pay the tuition should file for financial aid. Child or tuition support received or paid should be reported on the application. If both parents are responsible to pay tuition, both parents should file.
  • Q. Are the Financial Aid Records Confidential?

    All financial aid records are confidential.
  • Q. Are There Payment Plans Available?

    Tuition may be paid in: one payment on July 15; two payments equally on July 15 and December 15 with a $100 carrying charge; or in 10 equal payments beginning July 15 with a $250 carrying charge.

FACTS Resources

Resources and links that provide assistance in navigating the financial aid application system (FACTS):
Cascia Hall is fortunate to have two scholarship granting organizations that give taxpayers in Oklahoma the ability to reallocate a portion of their state income taxes to help families attend Catholic schools in Eastern Oklahoma. For more information, please visit the websites below.