Tuition, Financial Aid & Scholarships

A variety of financial aid and scholarship opportunities exist because of caring donors who help make a St. Croix Lutheran education affordable. Last year, SCL provided over $1.1 million of financial aid to over 60% of students. SCL is an excellent educational value. Tuition is lower than most private schools, and the education students receive is exceptional. Call the high school or middle school principal for current rates, (651) 455-1521.

All American families who complete income tax forms are encouraged to apply for tuition assistance directly through TADS (aid determination will be based on need). TADS collects an application fee from each family applying for financial aid, and SCL's application fee of $25 is also completed via the TADS system. After families complete the application and financial aid forms, SCL's principal will respond with acceptance details or concerns and the aid amount with estimated total cost.

In addition to receiving general assistance, full-time American students may apply for several scholarshipsStudents taking the PSEO program are not eligible to apply for tuition assistance or the scholarships listed. International students are not eligible to apply for tuition assistance or the scholarships listed.

Step One: Submit Online Inquiry 2018-2019 Enrollment Inquiry

Step Two: Apply Online ($25 application fee)

Step Three: Use your TADS application log-in and continue with the Financial Aid tab.

St. Croix Lutheran Academy 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 its administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Lucas Krueger, Class of 2008, Full Academic/Athletic Scholarship, Alabama A&M University
" Both SCL's athletic and academic programs rewarded the hard-working student/athlete, and that prolonged experience of "hard work leads to success" put me in the right frame of mind for Division 1 Track. "
- Lucas '08