Financial Scholarship Program
Penn View's financial scholarship program, designed to be a partnership between family and school, is available to assist families whose financial resources are limited. Funding for this program comes from our operating budget, from scholarship funds received from Act 2001-4 (Pennsylvania Tax Credit Law), and the school's scholarship fund that interested donors may contribute to.
Our Financial Scholarship Officer, Doug Hackman, is responsible to administer the program, meet with families to discuss financial needs, and recommend scholarship amounts to the Scholarship Committee.
The school contracts with School and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS), an independent business operated by Educational Testing Service on behalf of independent schools, to provide us with processing services. Copies of W-2 forms for parents (and step-parents if applicable) and a copy of each family's 1040 is required to be kept on file at Penn View.
The process begins in January of the current school year for the following fall term of the next year. Families are notified of their scholarship awards in June.
Financial Assistance Information