Enrollment

Tuition & Financial Aid

IND strives to create educational opportunities for mission-appropriate students. As a result, we work closely with and rely on non-profit foundations and donors to help us keep tuition fees low. Through grants, need-based aid and scholarships, our families are able to afford an IND education for their daughters.  

By meeting the financial aid application deadline and submitting all admissions applications in a timely manner, your daughter enhances her chances of receiving the aid needed. Although late applications may be considered, if submitted after the deadlines, you may not be guaranteed aid. Please read the Important Dates section closely for applications deadlines.

Please feel free to contact our Business Office or Office of Enrollment if you have more specific questions.  We are happy to help you plan for your daughter’s education.

Tuition

For the 2019-2020 school year is $14,700
Additional costs associated with technology needs and requirements differ by class level.
 

An enrollment deposit of $500 (included in tuition total) is required of all students 

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  • Fees

     

    Class of 2020

    Graduation Fee for Seniors - $375
    Tablet Fee - $650

    Class of 2021

    Tablet Fee - $650

    Class of 2022
    Tablet Fee - $650

    Class of 2023
    Technology Fee: $350
    Tablet Purchase: $1,139 (One time cost to purchase tablet- no other payments will be required for tablet ownership)
  • Additional Costs

    Uniform costs - $300
    Books costs - $250-400 per year
    Athletic Fee per sport per student - $100
    Extracurricular activities, dances, and clubs - may require separate fees
 

IND is pleased to offer four convenient payment plans through FACTS Management. This provides your family with payment options to manage education costs that best align with your financial situation. Simply click here for easy access to the IND Tuition Payment Plans portal. All parents must enroll in FACTS if they are choosing the 2-pay, 10-pay, or 20-pay option. It is not necessary to enroll in a payment plan through FACTS if you choose the 1-pay option. If you have any questions about payment plans or the enrollment process, please feel free to call a Customer Care Representative at FACTS at 1-866-441-4637 at any time, they are available 24/7. You may also contact Rose Moores, Business Office Associate at rmoores@indofmd.org



Financial Aid

For need-based financial aid, IND uses FACTS Grant Aid and Assessment. Anyone wanting to be considered for need-based aid needs to submit a financial aid application to FACTS between November 1, 2018, and December 31, 2018. Need-based financial aid awards are granted after a thorough review of the family’s completed FACTS application. All aid is awarded on a yearly basis and is continued each subsequent year if the family's financial need is indicated on the FACTS report. Students must be in good standing in all aspects of student life.

To be considered for need based financial assistance, the following must be submitted to FACTS by December 31, 2018:

  1. A completed financial aid form sent to FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment. Click here to enroll in FACTS.
  2. A copy of your most recent tax returns with W-2's attached, also sent to FACTS.

All decisions on financial awards will be mailed to all students in February, along with admissions decision letters. FACTS applications received after the deadline will be reviewed only if funds are still available.



Non-IND Scholarships

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  • Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship

    Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship identifies exceptionally gifted middle school students who exhibit advanced intellectual talent and have the ability to demonstrate academic and personal excellence. These exceptional students are granted a scholarship to a high school where they can actualize their intellectual and personal potential. Learn more here.
  • The Carson Scholars Fund

    The Carson Scholars Fund awards $1,000 college scholarships to students in grades 4-11 who excel academically and are dedicated to serving their communities. An interested student must be nominated by the principal at his or her school to be able to compete for a Carson Scholarship. Only one student from each school is able to apply. Carson Scholars must have a GPA of 3.75 and display humanitarian qualities through community service. Learn more here.
  • The Marion Burk Knott Scholarship Fund

    The Marion Burk Knott Scholarship Fund awards four-year, full-tuition scholarships each year to Catholic students entering high school who excel in academics. Learn more here.
  • The Gary Lee Ryon Jr. Memorial Foundation

    The Gary Lee Ryon Jr. Memorial Foundation awards scholarships to 8th-grade students entering a Catholic high school in the Archdioceses of Washington and Baltimore. Learn more here.
  • Colleen and Erin Marlatt Scholarship Fund

    Colleen and Erin Marlatt Scholarship Fund honors the memory of two sisters who died tragically in a tornado by awarding $2,000 scholarships to the incoming freshman children of teachers or administrators in Archdiocesan schools. Learn more at here.
  • The Theresa F. Truschel Charitable Foundation, Inc

    The Theresa F. Truschel Charitable Foundation, Inc. was established to provide scholarships and assistance to worthy students attending Catholic schools at all levels based on financial need, past academic performance and potential success. Learn more here.
     

Important Dates

November 1 - FACTS opens for '19 - '20 applications

December 31 - Deadline for completing FACTS applications
Academic Scholarships
The Institute of Notre Dame awards Academic Scholarships to students who qualify. Qualified students will be invited to sit for a scholarship interview in early February. The scholarship interview is in addition to the required applicant interview that takes place in January. Students will be notified of receipt of Scholarship funds in the admissions decision packet that is mailed in February.
 
Merit Arts and Athletic Awards
Opportunities for Merit Awards are extended to students who excel outside of the classroom in the areas of Athletics and Arts. If you wish to be considered for a Merit Award please contact the Admissions Office and review the additional information below. Students will be notified of receipt of Merit Awards in the admissions decision packet that is mailed in February.
 
Applicants who wish to be considered for these awards must:
  • Submit at least two letters of recommendation from a coach and/or instructor with contact information. At least one letter of recommendation must come from a coach and/or instructor who is currently working with the applicant. Due to the Admissions Office by February 1.
  • Submit a written statement of achievement in the area for which you are applying for an award. Due to the Admissions Office by February 1.
  • Complete an individual interview (in addition to the required applicant interview) and receive the endorsement of the current IND:
    • Athletic Director if pursuing an award for Athletics
    • Chair of Visual and Performing Arts if pursuing an award for Arts
      • Complete an audition or provide a digital performance sample (no longer than 10 minutes). Must be completed or submitted by February 7.
 -Or-
  • Provide a minimum of three (3) copies of original visual art pieces. Digital copies are acceptable. Due to the Admissions Office by February 1.
 
Interviews for both Academic Scholarships and Merit Awards are available February 5, 6, & 7 from 3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

 
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