Financial Aid & Scholarships

Financial Aid
Financial assistance is based on the parents' financial need as determined by FACTS and reviewed by a financial aid committee. Deliberations of this committee are confidential, and all decisions by this committee are final and binding. Maximum assistance offered from scholarships and financial aid combined does not exceed 1/2 of a student’s tuition.

Regrettably, BLHS is not able to meet the financial aid needs of all students who apply. All decisions are made on a year-by-year basis. There can be no assurance that a student receiving financial assistance in one year will be offered financial assistance at a comparable level, in any subsequent year.

Financial assistance notification/denial letters are emailed only to financial aid applicants whose forms were completed by the February deadline. Forms received subsequent to the deadline, or incomplete applications will be reviewed if aid becomes available; late/incomplete, and second-round applicants will only be notified if they are granted aid. Financial assistance must be applied for EACH school year.

The FACTS financial aid application for the 2023-2024 school year will open on November 1, 2022. We encourage all of our families (and potential families) to apply. To be considered for financial aid, below is a list of the required documents for Bishop Lynch High School:  

  2021 Tax return  2021 W-2s/1099s  2022 W-2s/1099s

Click here to get your app started!

To be considered for Bishop Lynch's financial aid, applications must be final with FACTS by February 10, 2023.  Documents must be uploaded by this date for FACTS to have enough time to verify your data and change your application status to complete. The Financial Aid Committee will not review incomplete applications. We invite families to start the process early, so all you would need to do is upload your 2022 W-2’s/1099’s when you receive them.  FACTS will verify your documents as you submit them.

Please keep in mind that the Diocese will also review your application. Following are the Diocese requirements and deadlines:
IMPORTANT: If you are submitting your FACTS application by or before 1/5/2023 and would like to be considered in the Diocese priority round, please make sure you use the same FACTS log-in/account you used for 2022/2023. If you create a new FACTS account or use a different email, you will be considered a new FACTS applicant; you will not be considered in the Diocese priority round even if you submitted your application by 1/5/2023. For log-in assistance, contact FACTS.
Please contact Ilia Preza at with any questions.

Diocesan Financial Aid
There are many scholarships available only to incoming freshmen. Some scholarships are automatically renewable through senior year, and some are given one time during freshman year. Scholarship criteria is based on the following, but not limited to: ISEE test scores, academic success, conduct, leadership, citizenship, parent alumni, service, attendance, financial need, etc. 

Financial Need as evaluated by FACTS is a requirement for some scholarships. The Diocese will also review your FACTS application and their requirements and deadlines are different.

Funding Deadlines
Funding by the deadline reserves your student(s) course schedule(s) for the 2022-2023 school year. Failure to meet the tuition funding deadline will result in the deletion of the student(s) course schedule(s); Schedules will then be made available to transfer students. In order to add the student back to the roster and re-create a schedule, a non-refundable tuition late fee of $500 will be collected.

Contact Us

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    Ilia Preza 

    Tuition & Accounts Receivable Coordinator
    (214) 324-3607 x4104

How to Apply for Financial Aid

Step 1: Apply online for Financial Aid (FACTS)

Step 2: Select Applicant Sign In, and pay $40 Application fee.
Step 3: New Users select Create an Account OR Returning Users enter their existing Username and Password.


Faithful to Catholic Tradition and to our Dominican heritage of scholarship and service, Bishop Lynch High School promotes the development of the total person by bringing together a diverse community in a rigorous, college preparatory environment where students are taught to strive for excellence, seek truth, and work for justice in the world. - Founded in 1963