Tuition and Fees
- 2017-2018 Tuition: $9,600.00
- Registration Fee: $400.00
- Books and Other Fees: $520.00
- Annual Fundraising Obligation: $250.00
Thanks to the generous support of our alumni and benefactors, Queen of Peace High School is pleased to offer many scholarships opportunities to prospective students. To be eligible for a scholarship, a prospective student must: (1) take the COOP Entrance Examination; (2) choose Queen of Peace High School as one of his/her choices on the Examination; and (3) apply for admission to QPHS. The number of scholarships and amounts awarded are determined annually based on the fiscal budget and the number of eligible applicants.
Conveniently, these scholarship opportunities do not require separate application. Instead, prospective students are considered for these scholarships during the admissions process when they apply to the school for admission. Scholarship recipients are then notified of their award, if any, in their acceptance packet. All scholarship recipients are expected to maintain an exemplary discipline record while attending QPHS and the terms and conditions of each scholarship are more fully set forth in the notification in the acceptance packet. Any student who fails to adhere to this criteria may forfeit his/her scholarship.
The scholarship opportunities listed below are administered by organizations that are independent from QPHS. All eligible students are encouraged to apply.
QPHS Alumni Association Scholarships
The QPHS Alumni Association, an independent non-profit organization consisting of former students and graduates of Queen of Peace High School, also provides scholarships to students entering Queen of Peace High School. Administered independently from QPHS, these scholarships have specific eligibility criteria and require a separate, electronic application process. The deadline for the general QPHS Alumni Association Scholarship is January 7, 2017.
For more information and to apply, please visit: https://www.qphs.org/alumni/scholarships.
The Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children (SFIC)
Administered independently from QPHS, the SFIC is a tuition assistance program for needy inner-city children who aspire to attend a private Catholic high school in the Archdiocese of Newark.
- Scholarship applications for 2016-2017 school year will be available online only starting January 15, 2016 at www.sficnj.org.
- Deadline for submitting your online application is April 30, 2016.
- Financial documentation is required along with the completed online application.
You can apply for the SFIC directly through their website at www.sficnj.org.
Emla Rimelspacher Scholarship
Administered independently from QPHS by the Emla Rimelspacher Scholarship Fund, Inc., the Emla Rimelspacher Scholarship Fund program provides grants to deserving students to help them meet the costs of education. Funds are given for students attending Kindergarten through 8th Grade, and will continue through high school if the awards are granted each succeeding year without interruption. Eligibility ends when the student graduates grammar school, or high school if the awards continue or if the student’s grade falls below a passing average.
Applications are accepted between May 1, 2017 to June 15, 2017.
Columbus Citizens Foundation Scholarship
Administered independently from QPHS, the Columbus Citizens Foundation’s High School Scholarship Program provides partial four-year scholarships that help cover their high school tuition in preparation for admission to college.
The application deadline is Friday, February 17, 2017.
Visit the foundation’s website for more information and to apply: http://www.columbuscitizensfd.org/scholarships/highschool.html
The Danny J. Gilmore Scholarship Fund
Administered independently from QPHS, the Danny J. Gilmore Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to eighth-grade students going to private high school and high school senior going to college.
The deadline for scholarship applications is February 17, 2017.
Administered independently from QPHS, the Tri-County Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to help students attend K-12 private and parochial schools.
All applicants must apply each year by the deadline of February 15, or they will not be considered for funding. Applications must also reside in Morris, Passaic or Sussex counties.
Visit the Fund’s website for more information and to apply: http://www.tcsfund.org/
Knights of Columbus Lyndhurst Scholarship
Administered independently from QPHS, the Knights of Columbus Lyndhurst Scholarship provides scholarships to eighth-grade students, who will attend a Catholic high school and are parishioners of Sacred Heart, St. Michael’s or Mt. Carmel in Lyndhurst.
The deadline for scholarship applications is March 31, 2017.
Queen of Peace High School offers a tuition reduction in the form of the QPHS Griffin Grant for families who have 2 or more children attending QPHS at the same time. The QPHS Griffin Grant credits $1,000 for the second child’s tuition and $2,000 to the third child’s tuition.
QP Church Parishioner Grant
Queen of Peace High School offers a $200 tuition reduction to all verified and contributing parishioners of Queen of Peace Church.
Queen of Peace High School also offers a $1,000 tuition reduction to any graduate of Queen of Peace Grammar School who immediately enrolls and attends Queen of Peace High School. This grant is maintained for the entire duration of the student’s attendance at QPHS, provided the student continues to meet behavioral and discipline standards.
Queen of Peace High School also offers generous financial aid to qualified families upon application. The financial aid application is provided as an insert in each prospective student’s acceptance packet as part of the admissions process. Thus, financial aid decisions are made after a student has been accepted into QPHS. Additional copies of the financial aid application may be obtained at the QPHS Main Office or the Admissions Office, both of which can be reached at 201-998-8227.
Queen of Peace admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.