ABOUT US

Saint Ferdinand Catholic School, guided by our Catholic-Christian faith and tradition, is committed to providing a challenging and dynamic curriculum designed to motivate academic growth through twenty-first century learning. Rooted in Gospel values, we inspire and prepare our students to be responsible and productive citizens while leading a life of Christian service. Pre-Kindergarten – 8th Grade.

ADDRESS

1012 Coronel Street

San Fernando, CA  91340

(818) 361-3264

principal@stferdinand.com

SCHOOL HOURS

Monday thru Friday

7:45 am - 3:00 pm

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©2018 by Saint Ferdinand Catholic School.

TUITION ASSISTANCE

Catholic Education Foundation C.E.F. Tuition Applications for the school year are available in the School Office during business hours of 7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. You may contact the school office for more information at 818-361-3264. Completed application forms, along with income verification ( W-2 and Income Tax Forms OR completed Income Tax Forms), must be turned in to the school office, at which time an appointment will be made for you to meet with a C.E.F. Representative. Deadline dates will be advised when you pick up the application.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The Catholic Education Foundation (C.E.F.)is committed to providing tuition assistance to the most financially deserving students attending Parish elementary and Catholic high schools within the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. The Foundation believes that an excellent education in a Catholic School is an “Advantage for Life”.

Since its inception in 1987, the Catholic Education Foundation has provided over $80 million in tuition awards to 88,000 children attending Archdiocesan Catholic Schools. Our tuition award programs have enabled children living in poverty to attend Catholic schools and receive a challenging and character building education. These tuition awards have also had a tremendously positive impact on the schools and their surrounding neighborhoods.

Parents of scholarship recipients must meet criteria at or below the Federal guidelines for poverty. Children are accepted into TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) regardless of ethnic or religious background.