Presbyterian Pan American School works to assist students financially according to their economic need as they prepare for college. Financial aid is awarded on the basis of need and is determined by the School's Financial Aid Committee. Beginning in the school year 2015-2016, the maximum allowable financial aid will be 50%. Only in special circumstances will more than 50% be considered.
If you are interested in applying for financial aid, you will need to fill out the financial aid application and submit it for consideration. Each applicant will need to meet the following requirements:
- The student must meet all academic requirements to qualify for financial aid.
- Parents must demonstrate financial need and the inability to pay the full tuition.
- Ordinarily, the applicant must have an academic average of 85 or better during the last academic year or in the current one. This must be achieved to qualify for a merit scholarship.
- The Financial Aid Committee must receive all of the information requested to consider the application.
- The pastor, priest or elder of the applicant’s church must complete and sign our recommendation form recommending the applicant. The official seal of the church must be stamped on the form. In some special circumstances, this process may be waived.
Presbyterian Pan American School reserves the right to verify the information and authenticity of each document that the applicant has submitted and to deny admission or grants if it is proven the information submitted is false. Any unreported financial information discovered during the verification process shall result in the immediate termination of the admission process and the cancellation of any grant previously awarded.