All Saints' Episcopal School seeks to attract and maintain a highly capable and diverse student body, including students from various economic, ethnic, cultural, and geographic backgrounds to learn and grow together for the enrichment of our entire School community.

We are acutely aware of the sacrifices families make to provide an All Saints' education for their child(ren). To help meet that commitment, the School offers tuition assistance to qualified students on the basis of the demonstrated need of the family and the availability of funds. Every family must complete the Admission Process before they can be considered for an award.

Tuition assistance decisions are made independent of admission decisions. Once students who have applied for financial assistance are accepted in the admission process, they are referred to the Tuition Assistance Committee which reviews the families' financial information, calculates their demonstrated need, and determines their awards.

The program's goal is to assist qualified students whose families could not otherwise afford a private school education. Therefore, we encourage all interested families to apply for admission. 

Application Information and Deadlines
  • Beginning October 2, 2019, go to sssbynais.org.
  • Click on the "Complete Your PFS" button. You need to complete only one PFS even if you have several children applying for financial assistance.
  • You will set up a PFS* Online account using your email address and a password. Returning parents: If you completed an online PFS application last year, use your email address and existing password. If you have forgotten your password, click "Forgot my password."
  • Submit and pay for the PFS ($51). This fee is nonrefundable.
  • The deadlines for submitting your PFS are as follows:
    • Current All Saints' families receiving assistance: January 15, 2020
    • Kindergarten, Early Decision: January 7, 2020
    • Kindergarten, General Pool: February 1, 2020
    • New 1st-12th grade families: February 15, 2020

*The All Saints' school SSS code is 1212.

Should major discrepancies be discovered in the information provided, the School reserves the right to withdraw financial assistance at any time during the academic year. The School reserves the right to request additional financial information at any time. Access to the financial assistance information is restricted and will be treated in complete confidence.

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  • Required Documents

    Our School requires that you submit to SSS online or by mail the following documents by April 15, 2020, in addition to your completed Parents' Financial Statement:
    • Signed form 1040 tax returns, 2018 and 2019
    • Accompanying W-2 forms, 2018 and 2019
    • All tax schedules, if applicable (e.g. Schedule A, Itemized Deductions)
     
    To submit these documents online, go to the "Manage Documents" tab in the PFS Online. There you can upload documents from your computer. Save each document separately in one of the following formats: Adobe Acrobat PDF, Microsoft Word, .jpg, or .tif. On the Manage Documents page, click on "Browse," locate the document, and then click on "Upload."

    To submit these documents by mail, send one copy (not the original) of each document with a required Documents Cover Sheet (found on the SSS website) to:

    SSS By NAIS, PO Box 449, Randolph, MA 02368-0449

    For overnight mail: SSS by NAIS, 437 Turnpike Street, Canton, MA 02021
    *Send copies of your documents, not originals. Do not use staples or paper clips.

    Questions? Contact the Admission Office at 817-560-5746 or admission@aseschool.org.
Our comprehensive Tuition Assistance Program includes both merit and need-based scholarships to ensure we are enhancing the unique and inclusive nature of our culture.

Merit and Need-Based Scholarships

Head's Scholar

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  • General Information

    The Head’s Scholarship Award is a merit award granted to a select number of current All Saints’ students who have consistently excelled in their academic performance and demonstrated a high degree of servant leadership and character in everything they do.  
     
    Applicants are responsible for ensuring they have registered for the SSAT and all other requirements for consideration are in the Admission Office by the deadline. No exceptions.  
     
    Head’s Scholar Application Deadline: January 31, 2020 
  • Eligibility

    • Entering Grade 8, 9, 10 
    • Completion of Head's Scholarship Application 
    • Achievement of minimum 94 overall average for the last three years (or time at All Saints’ if less than three years) 
    • Demonstration of exemplary character and servant leadership through service learning projects within the larger community and cocurricular/extracurricular involvement 
    • Completion of SSAT
      • Test date is Saturday, February 29, 2020 (registration deadline is 2/8/20)
      • Fee is $144
      • Designate All Saints’ Episcopal School (1210) as a recipient of test scores 
    • Completion of character reference letter written by a non-relative who has worked with the student outside of a school setting 
    • Selection of two current teachers who are willing to complete a teacher recommendation form on the student's behalf  
  • Grant Award

    • 50% tuition renewable annually through Grade 12 
    • Other fees and expenses are not included in Award 
  • Application and Selection Process

        1. Candidate completes eligibility requirements. 
        2. Candidate submits character reference letter via email to marytracy@aseschool.org or via mail to Admission Office, attention Mary Tracy. 
        3. Admission Office emails specified teachers a link to the online recommendation form; teachers submit form electronically to Admission Office. 
        4. Finalists are determined by a selection committee based on a combination of grades, SSAT test scores, character reference, teacher recommendations, servant leadership qualities and involvement in extracurricular activities; all candidates will be notified of their finalist status. 
        5. Finalists participate in additional activities that could include a project, essay and/or public speaking. 
        6. The Head's Scholarship Selection Committee will review all applications submitted byJanuary 31, 2020.  

          To be eligible for annual renewal of Head’s Scholar Award while enrolled at All Saints’ Episcopal School, students must: 
            • Maintain a minimum 94 overall grade average 
            • Continue to demonstrate ongoing exemplary character and servant leadership through service learning projects within the larger community and cocurricularr/extracurricular involvement
            • Continue to explore and display drive and passion in one or more cocurricular/extracurricular activities, including but not limited to fine arts, athletics, special interest academic areas, environmental initiatives, student-led clubs, etc.  
            • Continue to enroll in the most challenging curricula, when applicable, such as Honors level, AP and/or Classics Diploma classes and the Tad Bird Honors College

        Saints' Scholar

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        • General Information

          The Saints’ Scholarship Award is a merit award granted to a select number of students current and new to All Saints’ who have consistently excelled in their academic performance and demonstrated a high degree of servant leadership and character in everything they do. 

          Applicants are responsible for ensuring ALL requirements for consideration are in the Admission Office by the deadline. 

          Saints’ Scholar Application Deadline: March 1, 2020
           
        • Eligibility

          • Entering Grade 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11 
          • Completion of Saints’ Scholarship Application 
          • Achievement of minimum 90 overall average for the last three years 
          • Demonstration of exemplary character and servant leadership through service learning projects within the larger community and cocurricular/extracurricular involvement   
          • Completion of admission testing for new applicants. The most recent ERB or PSAT scores may be used for current students. See Admission Process for test dates and other information. 
          • Completion of two character reference letters (in addition to Admission application requirements, if applicable) from a non-relative who has worked with your child outside of a school setting.  
        • Grant Award

          • 50% tuition renewable annually through Grade 12 
          • Other fees and expenses are not included in Award 
        • Application and Selection

              1. Candidate completes eligibility requirements 
              2. Candidate submits two character reference letters (in addition to Admission Application requirements, if applicable). 
              3. Candidate submits description of service learning projects within the larger community (note which ones are in excess of school required community service) and cocurricular/extracurriculuar activities.. 
              4. Finalists are selected by a selection committee based on a combination of grades, test scores, character references, community service and extracurricular involvement. 
              5. The Saints’ Scholarship Selection Committee will review all completed applications submitted byMarch 1, 2020.  
                 
                To be eligible for annual renewal of Saints’ Scholarship Award while enrolled at All Saints’ Episcopal School, students must: 
                 
                • Maintain a minimum 90 overall grade average 
                • Continue to demonstrate ongoing exemplary character and servant leadership through service learning projects within the larger community and cocurricularr/extracurricular involvement 
                • Continue to explore and display drive and passion in one or more cocurricular/extracurricular activities, including but not limited to fine arts, athletics, special interest academic areas, environmental initiatives, student-led clubs, etc.  
                • Enroll in the most challenging curricula, when applicable, such as Honors level, AP and/or Classics Diploma track classes and for the Tad Bird Honors College 

              Saint Joseph's Scholarships

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              • General Information

                The Saint Joseph’s Scholarship Award is a need-based award granted to a select number of students new to All Saints’ who consistently demonstrate capable academic performance, hold a high degree of servant leadership and character, and, in the opinion of the School, will help elevate one or more programs and activities. It is funded by generous donors who wish to augment the School’s tuition assistance budget and help enrich our culture.

                Applicants are responsible for ensuring ALL requirements for consideration are in the Admission Office by the deadline.  

                Saint Joseph’s Scholarship Application Deadline: August 1, 2020
              • Eligibility

                • Entering Middle and Upper School students
                • Completion of Saint Joseph’s Scholarship Application 
                • Demonstrate tuition assistance need of 75% or higher 
                • Achievement of minimum 85 overall average for the last three years 
                • Demonstration of exemplary character and servant leadership through service learning projects within the larger community and cocurricular/extracurricular involvement   
                • Completion of Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE) or PSAT. See Admission Process for test dates and other information. 
                • Completion of two character reference letters (in addition to Admission application requirements) from a non-relative who has worked with your child outside of a school setting.  
              • Grant Award

                • A percentage of tuition in excess of the tuition assistance award allocated by the School during its tuition assistance process, renewable annually through Grade 12 
                • Other fees and expenses may be included in Award 
              • Application and Selection

                • Candidate completes eligibility requirements 
                • Candidate submits two character reference letters (in addition to Admission Application requirements)  
                • Candidate submits service learning projects within the larger community (note which ones are in excess of school required community service) and cocurricular/extracurriculuar activities in designated section of Admission Application.  
                • Finalists are selected by a selection committee based on a combination of grades, test scores, character references, community service and extracurricular involvement. 
                The Saint Joseph’s Scholarship Selection Committee will review all completed applications submitted byAugust 1, 2020.  
                 
                To be eligible for annual renewal of Saint Joseph’s Scholar Award while enrolled at All Saints’ Episcopal School, students must: 
                • Maintain a respectable overall grade average 
                • Continue to demonstrate ongoing exemplary character and servant leadership through service learning projects within the larger community and cocurricularr/extracurricular involvement 
                • Continue to explore and display drive and passion in one or more cocurricular/extracurricular activities, including but not limited to fine arts, athletics, special interest academic areas, environmental initiatives, student-led clubs, etc.  

              Rhodes Fine Arts Scholarship

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              • General Information

                (Open for applications in 2021) 
                The Ann L. & Carol Green Rhodes Fine Arts Scholarship Award provides need-based tuition assistance for a bright, deserving student who illustrates a passion for the arts.  Each year, funds from the Ann L. & Carol Green Rhodes Trust’s endowment gift to All Saints’ Episcopal School are utilized to provide half of the tuition for one current or prospective student in the Upper School, who meets the eligibility requirements.  

              • Eligibility

              • Grant Award

                • 50% tuition renewable annually through Grade 12 
                • Other fees and expenses are not included in Award  
              • Application and Selection

                1. Candidate completes eligibility requirements.
                2. Candidate submits two reference letters (in addition to Admission Application requirements) specifically addressing his/her fine arts participation and achievement. Please address letters to Mary Tracy.
                3. Candidate submits 2-minute video demonstrating passion for the arts.
                4. The Rhodes Fine Arts Scholarship Selection Committee will review all completed applications submitted by February 15, 2019.
                5. Selection Committee chooses finalists based on all components of the application.
                6. Finalist interviews will then take place.
                The Rhodes Fine Arts Scholarship Award is renewable through graduation, provided the student maintains acceptable academic, behavioral and community standards, as well as continued involvement in the arts at All Saints'. Continuing support is also dependent upon the student's family completing the required paperwork and qualifying for financial aid each year. 

              All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.



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