All families with one or more children attending or applying for participating non-public schools are eligible to apply. For a list of schools in our programs, please click here. All scholarship programs have different guidelines and varied funding availability each year, so not all families who apply will be awarded.
Families may apply online for the upcoming school year beginning on the first day of the open application period. The 2018-19 open application period will begin on January 29th, 2018 and close on February 28th, 2018. All families who wish to be considered for Catholic Families Tuition Assistance (CFTA), the Parish Employees Endowment Fund (PEEF), and/or a new or requalifying Beyond Sunday or SOAR! scholarship must apply during the open application period.
Alive in Christ is first-come, first-served, so we encourage all families to apply as early as possible. City residents should also apply as early as possible to be considered for new awards in Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow.
Families applying for requalification in Alive in Christ or Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow may apply after February 28th, 2018, but will not be considered for any other programs. For more information on the 2018-19 application cycle, please click here to view our family flyer.
A current email address is required for all families to apply online. Families that have ever applied to TTEF before will need the email address TTEF has on file for you. If you do not know what this email address is or you do not know your password, please click here for instructions. Families applying for the first time to TTEF will use your preferred email address to apply (this is the email address we will have on file for you after you apply) and you will create your password in the online application.
Families applying for a High School student are required to submit responses to two short answer questions written by the student applicant. Please click here for more details.
Residents of the City of St. Louis are required to submit proof of residency. One of the scholarships administered by TTEF is limited to City residents attending City schools. If you live in the City of St. Louis, your application will not be complete until proof of residency is submitted. Residents of surrounding cities and counties do not need to submit proof of residency. Any of the following documents are considered a valid proof of residency:
All families applying for a scholarship or reapplying for scholarships will also need the following financial documents to submit a complete application. Income of other adults living with you should be included only if they contribute to household expenses and/or any of your child(ren)’s tuition. If you are not able to upload your documents directly to the online application, you may submit the online application form and send the required documents in by fax, email, or mail.
TTEF is unable to review FACTS applications for consideration for any scholarship we administer. FACTS should only be submitted if your child’s school requires using the site for tuition management or parish/school-funded aid. Parents should inquire with each child’s school for more information.
If you are a new family applying for a scholarship and you have never applied to TTEF before, click here to apply. You will not need a family login username or password. You will create your own login while completing the application.
If you have ever applied to TTEF before or are currently on scholarship, you must use the email address we have on file for you. If you do not know what this email address is, please email our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 314-792-7777. If you know what your email address is but forgot your password, please click here to visit the family login page and click Forgot Password below the family login box.
Families with children attending Kindergarten through 12th grade at the schools listed below are eligible to apply using the unified TTEF application.
Academy of the Sacred Heart School
All Saints School
Bishop DuBourg High School
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
Cardinal Ritter College Prep
Chaminade College Preparatory School
Christ the King School
Christ, Light of the Nations School
Christ, Prince of Peace School
Christian Brothers College High School
Cor Jesu Academy
De Smet Jesuit High School
Department of Special Education
Department of Special Education – Annunziata
Department of Special Education – Ascension Learning Center
Department of Special Education – St. Gemma
Department of Special Education – The Academy at St. Sabina
Duchesne High School
Good Shepherd Catholic School-Hillsboro
Holy Child School
Holy Cross – Annunciation School
Holy Cross – Our Lady of Providence School
Holy Cross – Seven Holy Founders School
Holy Cross – St. Dominic Savio School
Holy Cross – St. Michael the Archangel School
Holy Infant School
Holy Redeemer School
Holy Rosary School
Holy Spirit School
Holy Trinity Catholic School
Immaculate Conception School – Dardenne
Immaculate Conception School – Old Monroe
Immaculate Conception School – Union
Incarnate Word Academy – High School
Incarnate Word School – Elementary School
Little Flower School
Marian Middle School
Mary, Queen of Peace School
Most Sacred Heart School – Eureka
New City School
Notre Dame High School
Our Lady of Guadalupe School
Our Lady of Lourdes School – University City
Our Lady of Lourdes School – Washington
Our Lady of the Pillar School
Our Lady School
Our Lady, Queen of Peace School
Queen of All Saints School
River Roads Lutheran School
Rosati-Kain High School
Sacred Heart School – Flor. Kindergarten
Sacred Heart School – Florissant
Sacred Heart School – Troy
Sacred Heart School – Valley Park
Sacred Heart Villa
Salem Lutheran School – Affton**
Seton Regional Catholic
South City Catholic Academy Learning Center
South City Community School
St. Agnes School
St. Alban Roe School
St. Alphonsus School
St. Ambrose School
St. Angela Merici School
St. Ann School
St. Anthony School – Sullivan
St. Bridget of Kildare School
St. Catherine Laboure School
St. Charles Borromeo School
St. Clare Catholic School – St. Clair
St. Clare of Assisi School
St. Clement of Rome*
St. Cletus School
St. Dominic High School
St. Ferdinand School
St. Frances Cabrini Academy
St. Francis Borgia Regional High School
St. Francis Borgia School – Washington (Elementary School)
St. Francis of Assisi School
St. Gabriel the Archangel School
St. Gerard Majella School
St. Gertrude School
St. Ignatius Loyola School
St. James the Greater School
St. Joachim School
St. John the Baptist School – Gildehaus
St. John Vianney High School
St. Joseph School – Cottleville
St. Joseph School – Farmington
St. Joseph School – Imperial
St. Joseph School – Josephville
St. Joseph School – Manchester
St. Joseph School – Zell
St. Joseph’s Academy
St. Justin the Martyr*
St. Louis Catholic Academy
St. Louis Christian Academy
St. Louis Priory School
St. Louis University High School
St. Margaret Mary Alacoque School
St. Margaret of Scotland School
St. Mark School
St. Mary Magdalen School
St. Mary’s High School
St. Monica School*
St. Norbert School
St. Patrick School
St. Paul School – Fenton
St. Paul School – St. Paul
St. Peter School – Kirkwood
St. Peter School – St. Charles
St. Pius X High School
St. Raphael the Archangel School
St. Roch School
St. Rose of Lima School
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne School
St. Simon the Apostle School
St. Stephen Protomartyr School
St. Theodore School
St. Vincent Elementary School – Perryville
St. Vincent High School
St. Vincent Junior High School – Perry. (7&8)
St. Vincent School – Dutzow
Ste. Genevieve du Bois School
Sts. Joachim & Ann School
The Soulard School
Tower Grove Christian
Transformation Christian School
Trinity Catholic High School
Valle Catholic Grade School
Valle Catholic High School
Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School
Word of Life Lutheran School
*Indicates a stewardship school. Scholarships will only be granted to families that pay tuition.
**Not currently accepting new scholarship applications
TTEF also administers the Daykin Family Foundation Scholarship Program, established by a private foundation and limited to employees of the Saint Louis County Department of Transportation whose children attend non-public schools in the St. Louis area. Some schools not listed on our application may be eligible. If you or your spouse is an employee of the Missouri Highway Department, please call our office at 314-792-7777 for more information.
For more help applying as a new family, please click here for detailed instructions.
For more help applying as a family who has applied before or is currently on scholarship, please click here for detailed instructions.
For help resetting your password, please see the section of this page, I forgot my login information.
For help completing your online Parent Signature Page/SVR, please click here for instructions.
TTEF is offering support sessions for all parents that would like help in re-applying online or do not have computer access. All sessions will be held from 3:30-6:30PM at each site. Please bring all required documents.
For general support, you may contact our office Monday-Friday, 8AM-4PM by calling 314-792-7777. You may also email us at email@example.com. From January-March we experience a high volume of calls and emails. Please leave a message for our staff with your name, your child’s name, and your phone number, and we will return your call or email within two business days.