Marian Leadership Grant
The cost of private Catholic education is such that the tuition and fees charged do not cover the total cost of educating each student. Marian’s Advancement efforts, including the Marian Fund, Spring Raffle, and parent club fundraisers, are designed to make up the difference between the actual cost of educating each student (approximately $15,435 for 2018-2019) and the tuition charged ($13,235). Therefore, in accordance with Marian’s mission to serve as many families as possible, a Marian Leadership Grant of $2,200 is made available to each student.
Tuition Assistance Grants
Marian High School also offers several other opportunities to assist families with tuition. The primary objective of the Tuition Assistance Grants is to help students from moderate and low-income families to attend Marian.
Tuition Assistance Grants are funded by Marian High School. Families with registered students are able to apply for Tuition Assistance Grants which are determined by the Tuition Assistance Committee. Criteria for these awards are available on Edline or upon request from the Business Office and applications are to be completed by mid-March for the upcoming school year. For more detailed information and to initiate an application, visit our Edline
Archdiocese of Detroit Grants
Families living in the Archdiocese of Detroit can apply for Archdiocesan Grants offered to active parishioners. Applications are due in early April. Only one application needs to be completed through FACTS Grant & Aid to apply for both Marian Tuition Assistance Grants and Archdiocese of Detroit Grants.
Student Work Program
Marian offers a work program for students interested in assisting with their tuition. Students may work either before school, after school, or during a study period. Earnings are credited directly to the student’s tuition account. Applications for the Student Work Program are available at the beginning of the fall semester from the Marian Front Office or the Assistant Head of School's Office.