Welcome to the vibrant community that is St. John’s Jesuit! We appreciate your interest in enrollment. Young men come to St. John’s Jesuit from a variety of schools and from very different backgrounds. This diversity of economic, ethnic, and religious backgrounds sets the stage for more than an education. It allows for an experience; one that allows a student to achieve his best in the classroom, to develop the kind of friendships that last a lifetime, and to develop more fully into the person God intends – a Man for Others.
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Other Visit Opportunities
Call 419-720-0797 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a Family Visit Monday – Friday at a time that works for you! You will meet with a member of our admissions team and go over the admissions process, scholarships, financial aid, student life, and more!
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December 9, January 6, and February 24
High School and Academy Placement Test
More than 75% of SJJ students receive tuition assistance. Thanks to the generosity of our alumni and donors and guided by the firm belief that Catholic education should be accessible to all, St. John’s Jesuit can meet the needs of most families. We pledge to put the cost of tuition within practical reach for every family. We consider the big picture, and we work hard to make affordability possible.
Placement Test Scholarships
Ignatian | 96-99 Percentile | $4,000 per year
Claver | 93-95 Percentile| $3,000 per year
Faber | 90-92 Percentile | $2,000 per year
Hopkins | 86-89 Percentile | $1,000 per year
Miki | 80-85 Percentile | $750 per year
Xavier | 75-79 Percentile | $500 per year
- Not applicable for high school transfer students
- Test score is based off National Percentile
- Merit scholarships will be automatically applied.
Other Scholarship Opportunities
Ron Miller Alumni Scholarship
Sons of a SJJ graduate are eligible to receive a $3,000 per year/per son for students entering grades 6-9.
Military and First Responder Scholarship
Sons of parents who serve in the military or as first responders including paramedics, emergency medical technicians, police officers and firefighters are eligible to receive $2,000 per year/per student.
Elizabeth Ann Seton Scholarship
Named for the patron saint of Catholic schools, the Elizabeth Ann Seton Scholarship is a $1,000 renewable scholarship awarded to NEW students attending grades 6 through 12 who have demonstrated a desire to grow stronger in Catholic faith through education and active involvement in at least one ministry of his Catholic parish.
Catholic Employee Scholarship
Sons of an employee at a Catholic institution at any level are eligible to receive $2,000 per year/per student.
Sons of public or private school educators are eligible to receive $2,000 per year/per student.
$450 for each additional brother enrolled concurrently at St. John’s
work study program
The Work Study Program is a $1,000 tuition credit for students who qualify.
Grant and Aid Opportunities
Every family that wishes to apply for financial aid must complete a FACTS Grant and Aid application. Once applications are reviewed by FACTS, an internal committee at SJJ determines the actual grant to be awarded for the school year. Final awards are based on family need.
Common Financial Aid Scenarios
A family with an average income of $110,000 with an average of 2 children typically receive an award of $10,000.
A family with an average income of $150,000 with an average of 3 children typically receive an award of $9,700.
Every family’s situation is carefully considered including factors such as multiple tuitions, eldercare, daycare, and more.
The Educational Choice Scholarship (EdChoice) Program provides students from designated public schools the opportunity to attend participating private schools. The program also provides low-income students who are entering kindergarten through 12th grade scholarship opportunities.
Northwest Ohio Scholarship Fund
We provide scholarships to needy families throughout northwest Ohio. Students who receive this tuition assistance attend the area private K-8 schools of their choice—there are even homeschooling scholarships available.
Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship
The Jon Peterson Special Needs (JPSN) Scholarship Program provides scholarships to students who are eligible to attend kindergarten through 12th grade and have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) from their district. The amount of each scholarship will be based on the primary disability condition identified on the student’s Evaluation Team Report (ETR) and will not exceed $27,000. Students must be enrolled in the scholarship program for the entire program year to receive the full scholarship amount.
Local Catholic Parish Opportunities may be available; contact your local Parish at toledodiocese.org/schools
tuition, fees, and our pledge
We strive to be transparent in every aspect of the Admissions process knowing that the cost of tuition can make or break a family’s decision to apply. At St. John’s Jesuit, we pledge to put tuition and fees within reach no matter the family dynamic, financial hardship, or background. If a student and his family want to attend St. John’s and he is accepted through the admissions process, there are a variety of pathways to make this dream a reality. Our door is always open to those who desire to be a part of the Titan tradition.
Tuition & Fees for the 2023-2024 School Year (includes a $250 registration fee and $1,500 composite fee): $16,250
More than 75% of Titan families receive some level of tuition assistance.
20/20 Jesuit Scholars Program
The 20/20 Jesuit Scholars Program provides Catholic education accessibility to students who are under-resourced, academically talented, many times from single-parent homes, and who would not be able to attend St. John’s Jesuit because of financial needs or other difficulties. Candidates are recommended to the program in a variety of ways — by a parent or grandparent, but most effectively by an interested elementary school teacher or a church pastor who knows a young man has the potential to achieve more, to do more, to be more.
Contact Program Director Mary Ann Barabino
Email Mary Ann
The World as One International Exchange Program
World As One cultivates international relationships in a supportive learning environment and strives to break down barriers by promoting second language fluency and cultural awareness. Our students gain insight and a respect for one another’s beliefs, backgrounds, and cultures through diversity inside and outside the classroom.
Start the application process by contacting Program Director Mallory Cabrera. Email Mallory or call 419-720-0713
SJJ takes pride in the kindness and generosity of its host families. Every year, around 15 new and returning international students arrive in the fall to meet or reunite with their host families. Hosts are crucial in the development and success of our international students as they progress through their academic careers.
All international students are supported in their academics, activities, social interactions, and future goals. St. John’s Jesuit offers hands-on assistance through the World As One office, ESL lessons, Counseling, A+ Learning Center, Student Life, and the College Resource Center.