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Tuition Assistance and Scholarship Forms

Available for Jr. Kindergarten through 6th Grades only. Pre-Kindergarten students are not eligible for tuition assistance.

If you would like to apply for financial assistance, please fill out the form below.

Please Note: FACTS Management handles our tuition agreements.  If you wish to apply for Grant and Aid, FACTS will open this process on 2/28/22.  Applicants should submit their application by 8/1/22.

Please contact FACTS Customer Care Representatives at 866-441-4637, 24/7, with any questions you may have.

Link to  FACTS Management Tuition Program

Trinity Catholic School is pleased to announce that the Diocese has secured another grant for the next school year to help families with tuition. This grant is meant to help those families with students in grades JK – 6 and who may find it difficult to afford the full tuition due to family circumstances or loss of employment. Any family in need should apply, as the amount offered is substantial. 

 Link to Application for Sustaining Hope for the Future Scholarship due August 25th*

*To be eligible, you must submit your 1040 with the Sustaining Hope form, or complete the Facts Grant and Aid (link above)

Dress Code Update

We’ve tweaked the dress code ever so slightly this year, and wanted to give you a heads up as soon as possible!
(Don’t worry. the Parents Handbook for 2022-2023 is almost ready!)

-The changes are: added crop tops and cargo or camouflage pants to the “not allowed” list.

-No more Friday Jeans Day on the last Friday of the month… because now we get “Wear it Wednesday” EVERY week!

Check out the full dress code here:





August 17, 6pm-9pm at Trinity Catholic School Cafeteria.

Pre-registration is not required.
(*This is the only training currently scheduled in Massena. Other trainings will be available throughout the Diocese.)


At Trinity, we believe that building a strong school community begins with our families.

Throughout the year, we will have many opportunities for our families (moms, dads, grandparents, aunts, uncles…)

to volunteer their time and talents to help our students and school. Anyone who wishes to chaperone a school-sponsored event,

or work with our students in any capacity, must complete this training, along with signing our Code of Conduct, and submitting a Diocese-required background check.

This paperwork work will be available at the training in August.

Visitation Day is August 31st.

PreK3 and PreK4 will have their Parent Orientation on the same day, August 31st, at 11am in the cafeteria, and
the students are welcome to meet their teacher, check out their classroom and drop off supplies until 1pm.

Grades JK – 6th are encouraged to attend either from 12pm-1pm, or 6pm-7pm.
You can find your new classroom, meet your new teacher, and drop off your supplies.

Visitation day will hopefully soothe some first day jitters, as well as make their backpacks a little lighter. 🙂

More info about the upcoming school year will be shared soon!