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Financial Aid

Financial Aid falls under two categories: merit (based on a student's academic performance) and need (based on the student's family's financial situation).  Eligible students may receive both merit- and need-based assistance.

Merit-based Assistance (Applicants to grade 9 only)
Please view the Scholarship page for information about merit awards. 

Need-based Assistance (also called Financial Aid - applicable for all grades)

Need-based applications must be filed online through the Smart Tuition Aid website at the link below. When prompted for the school code, please enter our code: 90086.


 You will be guided through the online process by prompts. There will be an application fee of $25.

Please complete the online secure-site application between Nov. 1, 2015 and Jan. 25, 2016 to maximize your chances for financial aid. 

Please note that the application deadline for need-based aid is January 25 for the class of 2020; applying early will allow us the opportunity to provide a decision regarding aid prior to the March registration deadline.

Transfer students should apply for aid no later than May 15.

Partner Programs

We currently partner with three agencies who provide services to high school students in the Washington, DC area:

Black Student Fund
The Black Student Fund (BSF) has provided financial assitance and support services to metropolitan area African-American students, grades pre-kindergarten to 12, and their families.


Black Student Fund
3636 16th Stree NW, 4th Floor
Washington, DC 20010

Capital Partners for Education
Capital Partners for Education (CPE) aims to improve the futures of low-income youth by helping them receive a quality education, graduate from high school, and attend college. 


Capital Partners for Education
1413 K ST, NW, 2nd Floor
Washington, DC  20005
Phone: 202-682-6020

Latino Student Fund
The Latino Student Fund (LSF) is dedicated to providing Latino families with the tools they need to thrive.  They support students and their families through scholarships, academic support services, and informational outreach.  For additional information, please contact LSF as follows:


The Latino Student Fund
P O Box 5403
Washington, DC  20016
Phone: 202-244-3438
Fax: 202-244-3757

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