Schools

Scholarships: 2015-16 Private School Aid Service (PSAS) scholarship/ tuition assistance applications

This Tuition Assistance Application covers the following tuition assistance programs:

Diocesan Scholarship: Open to any family with a Catholic student(s) entering 6th - 11th grade in a Diocese of Lansing Catholic School, and whose home parish is in the Diocese of Lansing.

Greater Lansing Catholic Education Fund (GLCEF) Tuition Assistance Grants: Open to any family with a student(s) entering K-12th grade at a Catholic School in the Northwest Region.

In order to be eligible for the Diocesan Scholarship and GLCEF Tuition Assistance Grants you must have your application post marked by March 16,2015.

PLEASE NOTE:   “You must DOWNLOAD the PDF file and save it to your computer before filling it out (right click over the highlighted link and click "Save As...").

To properly complete the form and ensure the information is recorded correctly, you must open it within Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat. (get.adobe.com/reader)  DO NOT “view” the PDF and attempt to complete it in your browser. This will result in an unusable PDF and/or improperly recorded information.”

2015-16 PSAS application form (English .PDF file)

2015-16 PSAS application form (Spanish .PDF file)
 

Online PSAS Application

For those wishing to apply online, please first download and print the "Online Info Guide" 

Link to online application:  http://www.psas.org/LANS.aspx


Welcome from Fr. Steve Mattson Diocese of Lansing Superintendent of Schools

As Superintendent of Schools, I thank God for your interest in Catholic schools. We are blessed to have 34 diocesan schools, including four regional high schools, and over 9,000 students. We also have four independent Catholic schools in our diocese. We have a strong commitment to Catholic education, and have been working to ensure continuous improvement in all our schools. I am grateful to be working alongside many of you to ensure that our Catholic schools are marked by Catholic cultures in which students excel and our faith is “caught” as well as taught.

In the summer of 2010, together with priests, religious, educators, and parents, the Diocese of Lansing began a process of transformational change for our Catholic schools. The December 8, 2010 report, entitled, “Maintenance to Mission,” conveys our diocesan commitment and initial plans for that transformation. As part of that effort, we developed a set of Vision Elements (link) for our schools, which have guided the professional development of our teachers and principals.

In essence, a truly Catholic education is among the best gifts parents can give their children. Students in our schools grow in wisdom and knowledge, and are formed in cultures marked by faith, hope, and love. They learn about God’s world, and God who created the world. Our schools are committed to excellence in every aspect of life, because we do everything for the Glory of God. Our high standards are not just aimed at creating successful students. We commit ourselves to forming faithful leaders, educated in excellence, who know how to serve.

Parents, I invite you to prayerfully consider Catholic schools for your child(ren), and to schedule a visit at a school near you. You might wonder if you can afford to send your children to Catholic schools, but I invite you to find out how affordable it can be. Our schools do all they can to help families send their children to Catholic schools. Schedule a visit today.

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Office of Catholic Schools

Superintendent 
Contact: Rev. Steven Mattson, PhD
Phone: 517-342-2481
e-mail: smattson@dioceseoflansing.org 
 

Associate Superintendent
Contact: Sean Costello 
Phone: 517-342-2483 
e-mail: scostello@dioceseoflansing.org


Director of Curriculum, Assessment & Instruction 
Contact: Therese A. Edwards
Phone: 517-342-2486
e-mail:tedwards@dioceseoflansing.org 
 

Secretary
Contact: Claudia Kaloz 
Phone: 517-342-2482 
e-mail: ckaloz@dioceseoflansing.org