Archbishop Hoban High School is committed to providing financial assistance so that qualified students have the opportunity to receive a Hoban education.
Tuition for the 2019-20 school year is $11,350. A general fee of $375 is charged to each student to cover materials and a nonrefundable registration fee of $125 is due at the time of registration. Additionally, some specific courses at Hoban require a fee for consumable materials used by students. Tuition payments are processed through FACTS Tuition Management. Full, semester, quarterly and monthly payment plans are available. To help you plan ahead, annual tuition increases have averaged four percent the last few years. Questions regarding payment plans may be directed to the Business Office at 330.773.6658.
Scholarships and Financial Assistance
For the 2019-20 school year, Hoban awarded more than $2.5 million in financial assistance in the form of grants, scholarships and need-based tuition assistance from both the Hoban endowment and other sources. Hoban also offers students and families the opportunity to participate in the work-study program. Hoban is an approved provider of the EdChoice Scholarship program.
Hoban and the Diocese of Cleveland use the online FACTS system in two ways: to determine eligibility for need-based aid and to manage tuition payments. Families are asked to complete an online FACTS Assessment application to be considered for assistance and to manage tuition payments. Learn more about the FACTS application process.
All grant and aid assistance must be applied for annually. Each year awards are based on updated information provided to FACTS by each family. Grant and aid assistance is awarded to families based on need and comes with the expectation that students who receive it work toward academic success. Due to a limited amount of need-based tuition assistance, priority is given to students who complete the online FACTS application by the December 1 deadline.
Hoban also uses FACTS to collect and manage tuition payments. All families, regardless of how payments are handled, must sign up online for FACTS tuition management. Even those who pay tuition in its entirety in one payment are asked to utilize FACTS.
Scholarship/Grant Application Forms and Information
2020-21 Scholarship Application for Current Hoban Students (Due Feb. 15 to the Central Office)
- 2020-21 Scholarship RENEWAL for Hoban Students currently receiving a Scholarship (Due Feb. 15 to the Central Office)
Financial Assistance Application Deadlines
Families with an incoming freshman student must complete the online FACTS Aid Assessment Application
Scholarship applications for freshmen students must be submitted
Families with a currently enrolled Hoban student must complete the online FACTS Aid Assessment Application
Families with a currently enrolled Hoban student AND an incoming freshman should adhere to the Dec. 1 deadline.
- Need-based Tuition Assistance
- EdChoice Information
- Work Study Program
- Other Financing Options
The Family Plan
This is a tuition reduction granted to families with two or more students attending Hoban during the same school year. A $750 discount will be credited to the older of the two students enrolled, and a $1,200 discount will be given to each additional student.
Catholic School Teacher Grant
A tuition reduction of $500 is awarded to each student with a parent who is a full-time employee of a Catholic elementary school. If both parents are employees in a Catholic elementary school, only one grant is applicable. Please submit a letter from the principal or school administrator verifying employment.
Diocesan Tuition Assistance (DTA)
DTA grants are provided to families by the Diocese of Cleveland based on financial need. Applicants must complete the online FACTS Aid application by March 15 and upload their 2019 tax documentation by March 15 in order to be considered for DTA grant. DTA awards are applied to a family's Tuition Agreement once Hoban is notified of the award.
Alumni Legacy Grant
A tuition reduction of $500 will be awarded to each family who has at least one parent who graduated from Hoban. Please complete the appropriate section on the Incoming Freshman Scholarship/Grant Application. If both parents are graduates of Hoban, only one grant is applicable. This grant was initiated beginning with the Class of 2022.
Students interested in applying for scholarship(s) should complete the Hoban Application by December 1.
Blessed Father Basil Moreau, C.S.C., Scholarships
The Moreau Scholarship is awarded to students who earn an exceptional score on the High School Placement Test (HSPT). The amount awarded varies based on score and the number of students who are eligible. The Moreau Scholarship is renewable for four years, granted the student maintains a 3.4 grade point average and remains in good standing as a Hoban student. No separate scholarship application is required; Moreau Scholarships are awarded based on performance on the HSPT.
Father Dujarie Scholarships
The Father Dujarie Scholarship is awarded to incoming students whose score on the High School Placement Test indicates strong scholastic ability. The amount awarded varies, based on score and the number of students who are eligible. The Dujarie Scholarship is renewable for four years, granted the student maintains a 3.2 grade point average and remains in good standing as a Hoban student. No separate scholarship application is required; Dujarie Scholarships are awarded based on performance on the HSPT.
This renewable scholarship is offered to incoming freshmen who demonstrate the qualities of a Hoban Knight. Recipients of this scholarship live their faith, show support and loyalty to their school, church, and community and are students of great character. This award will be renewed as long at the student continues to exemplify the qualities of a Knight and remains in good academic and discipline standing.
Hoban has been blessed with a number of families and organizations that have established endowed scholarships for qualified students. These endowed scholarships must be applied for annually and are awarded to students who demonstrate academic excellence, cocurricular involvement, and leadership. All students who are seeking financial assistance are encouraged to apply. Many, but not all, endowed scholarships require demonstrated financial need.
Each scholarship has specific criteria; the Hoban Application should be completed fully and carefully. Academic achievement, cocurricular involvement, leadership, student essay and teacher recommendations will all be considered.
Need-based tuition assistance is funded through the generosity of Hoban donors, the Hoban Trust Fund, the GAR Foundation and the Diocese of Cleveland, and awarded to families who demonstrate financial need. Parents or guardians must complete the online FACTS application form, and meet all deadlines.
Incoming freshman families must complete the online FACTS Aid Assessment Application by Dec. 1 (using most recent tax information). Those who meet the application deadline will be notified in early January regarding their estimated financial aid award. These awards are based on financial need and are credited against the tuition based on the family’s chosen payment plan.
Currently Enrolled Students
Currently enrolled Hoban families should complete the online FACTS application using their 2019 taxes by the March 15 deadline. Log in to your FACTS account.
Families with a currently enrolled Hoban student and an incoming freshman should adhere to the December deadline.
The Educational Choice Scholarship (EdChoice) Program managed by the Ohio Department of Education provides students assigned to underperforming public schools the opportunity to attend participating private schools. The state pays a portion of the tuition, and the rest is made up in financial aid provided by Hoban.
Students who were assigned to an underperforming middle school or would be assigned to an underperforming high school may be eligible for this program. Students who already attend a private or parochial school as part of this program may continue in the program at Hoban. To be eligible, students must be accepted and registered for classes at Hoban and have completed the online FACTS application.
Work-Study gives tuition credit for a student or parent's employment at Hoban during the summer and/or school year. On-campus jobs are available to all students regardless of financial need. Priority for Work-Study positions is given to students who receive need-based financial assistance. However, once those students have secured employment, the program is open to all other student applicants. Preference is given to underclassmen who are not eligible to receive a work permit. Applications for Work-Study are due by May 1.
Incoming ninth grade students receive application forms for Work-Study when they register for classes in March. Currently enrolled Hoban students can obtain a Work-Study application form from the central office at any time. This program is partially funded by a grant from the GAR Foundation.
A Parent Work Program is also available to help families pay their student's tuition. For information on the work programs for parents and students, contact Dave Arbogast.
An Ohio 529 Savings Plan is is a tax-advantaged investment plan operated by a state to encourage saving for education expenses. A 529 plan may be used for tuition, books, fees, computer technology or room and board at a qualifying college and for up to $10,000 in tuition at a K-12 private or religious school. There is risk when investing in a 529 account. We advise you to talk to a financial advisor. Learn more.