Tuition for the 2012-2013 school year is $6,500. Our commitment to keep tuition affordable is made possible by the continued support of the Sisters of Charity, lay faculty, staff, and by the generous contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations that believe in the mission of St. Joan Antida High School.
SJA offers Merit Scholarships, Service Scholarships, and Need Based Financial Aid. We also participate in the Milwaukee Parental School Choice Program.
Milwaukee Parental Choice Program
In order to be eligible for support through the Milwaukee Parental School Choice Program, each student must reside in the City of Milwaukee and be part of a family with an income equal to or less than the government poverty income guidelines.
Milwaukee Parental Choice Program 2013 application
Incoming ninth grade students and transfer students are eligible for renewable merit based scholarships through SJA. Applicants must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale and will be expected to maintain this minimum during the academic year. Annual renewal is based on exemplary academic performance and attendance.
Incoming ninth grade students and transfer students are eligible for service-based scholarships. In the spirit of Saint Joan Antida Thouret, we value and recognize young women that lead through their service within their communities. Two letters of support from agencies where community service is performed must be provided with application.
Need-Based Financial Aid
St. Joan Antida High School Scholarships: SJA has limited funds available to offer need-based financial aid to incoming and returning students. These SJA grants are awarded only after a student’s financial need has been confirmed and a determination has been made that no other financial aid sources are available.