Should I Apply for Aid?
Our answer is simple: If you feel that you’ll need assistance to attend The Lighthouse, we encourage you to apply.
We know that some families hesitate to apply for various reasons, including the paperwork involved in the process, or fear that a child’s hopes will be raised but no aid offered. We encourage you to apply, and we’re here to support you throughout the process.
Families who anticipate needing financial aid at any time during their child’s years at the Lighthoouse Schools should request aid when they apply. Financial aid may not be available in subsequent years unless there’s been a significant change in a family’s financial circumstances.
We’re here to help. Call us or email: 563 –249-4566, finance@tlhschools.
The Lighthouse Schools provide financial aid to help families afford the cost of a boarding school education. The process for applying for financial aid is straightforward and can be completed online. Families must submit all required documents, including tax returns, bank statements, and other financial information to demonstrate their need for assistance. Once approved, the amount of aid awarded will depend on the family’s individual circumstances and the availability of funds. Financial advisors at The Lighthouse Schools are available to assist families through this process and answer any questions they may have about their eligibility for assistance.
How to Apply for Financial Aid
1. The Lighthouse Scholarship will cover up to the full amount of the annual tuition, which is $25,600 and it is open to students who will enroll in grades 6-10 at Lighthouse Schools for 2023-2024 school year.
1. Application Form: Interested students must complete the official Lighthouse Scholarship application form. Click here to download the form.
For questions about using SSS, please call them directly at 800-344-8328.
TLS’s financial aid program hinges on parents financing their children’s education to the extent they are able. We assume that each parent in a family will work if there are no elementary school age children in the household. Parents who are not working should be prepared to share why that is the case, and understand that TLS may assign an income for a non-working parent in determining a family’s financial need. Please note:
We appreciate that every family’s situation is different. If you have questions, we are here to help. Please contact Matt Verdi at: email@example.com
If you change your mind about requesting aid, please let the Financial Aid Office know immediately.