Financial Aid

Financial aid assists families by taking on a portion of school tuition expenses.

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The Purpose of Financial Aid

 

Financial assistance is reserved for children enrolled in P’tits Bouts and aims to:

1

Enable current families to continue their child’s education at P’tits Bouts.

2

Enable new families to join the school.

3

Promote the socioeconomic diversity of families in the P’tits Bouts community.

4

Provide students every opportunity to receive the best education possible.

Financial assistance is not a guaranteed as it is based on the final amount allocated to the fund for that year. The level of assistance provided may therefore vary from one year to the next.

Financial Aid will be granted for family with a total income under $100,000 and all financial aid request that doesn’t meet this criteria will be automatically rejected.

Financial Aid Application

 

The funding application is independent of your child’s enrollment at P’tits Bouts: you must therefore complete both applications. Where an application for financial assistance has been granted, you will have 2 weeks to respond with your decision. If your answer is received within 2 weeks (from the date the approval for funding was made by efgb) and you do not agree to enroll your child in the school, your $500 tuition deposit will be refunded.

Financial assistance must be renewed annually. Any application received after the submission deadline automatically rejected as will any inaccurate or incomplete reporting. The percentage of financial assistance granted will be distributed over the number of payments chosen by the family. For example, if the family choses monthly payments and is granted an aid of 50%, they will pay a monthly rate of $507.50 and not $1.015.

The Application Process

In order to ensure an equitable procedure for all families seeking financial aid and preserve confidentiality through the all process our school has selected TADS financial aid assessment.

Through TADS financial aid process you can fill your complete application online.

The evaluation system considers all financial situations of each families.
During the application process TADS will ask you for justificative documents necessary for the evaluation of your financial situation.
To ease the process of financial aid application TADS has compiled an online preparation worksheet that you can access with this button:

    Filling in the Application

    After preparing the required documents with the help of the TADS financial team, you can fill your application online using the button below.

    You will be guided step by step through the application.

    Application Fees

    At the end of the application you will be asked to pay a $34 processing fee charged by TADS.

    Sending in Required Documents

    At the end of your application process, TADS will provide you informations about the justificatory documents that you will need to send. You can send these documents by mail, fax, or download directly on the TADS secured website.

    Important Dates

    February 7, 2020: All financial aid applications must be completed on or before February 7, 2020 for the coming school year. TADS will not accept any application after that date.

    February 28, 2020: The result of your request for financial aid will be communicated at the latest.

    March 13, 2020: You must confirm to the school that your child will be attending P’tits Bouts on or before March 13, 2020 in order to secure a spot. If no written confirmation is received by the school before that date the spot will be offered to another family.

    The Allocation Process

    The internal Financial Aid committee is responsible for reviewing each application, family situation and income level anonymously with the reports generated by TADS. The committee then shortlists recipients and determines the amount attributable to each family based on the funds available that year and on other financial assistance requests. Confidentiality and anonymity will be preserved throughout the procedure, by all stakeholders.