Financial Aid

Applying for Aid

Loyola Blakefield uses Facts Grant and Aid Assessment (FACTS) to manage the financial aid process. FACTS helps Loyola assess a family’s ability to pay school costs and make objective and fair financial aid decisions. Based on the results of the financial aid application, FACTS estimates the amount a family can contribute to tuition and fees. Loyola uses this estimate, as well as the school’s budget and financial aid policies, as a starting point for financial aid awards.

Applications for the 2018-19 school year are due by January 2, 2018. All families will be notified of financial aid awards in FACTS by the end of February. Please visit FACTS to begin your application on or after November 1, 2017.

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Financial Aid FAQ

List of 9 frequently asked questions.

Need Application Help?

For questions regarding the completion or processing of your application, please call FACTS at 1-866-441-4637 or visit the FACTS website.

For general questions regarding financial aid:

Send us an email or call (443) 841-3680.


In addition to financial aid, Loyola offers need-based, merit, and co-curricular scholarships.

Need-Based Scholarships

Need-Based Scholarships are awarded to families with demonstrated financial need as determined by Loyola’s Financial Aid Committee. The starting point for the committee’s aid award is a family’s completed financial aid application. A recipient is required to maintain a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA.

Merit Scholarships

Academic Scholarships are awarded to students entering the ninth grade who manifest outstanding academic achievement, leadership and involvement in co-curricular activities. No application is necessary. The Admissions department identifies potential recipients based on the results of the High School Placement Test (HSPT). A recipient is required to maintain a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA.

Co-Curricular Scholarships

Athletic & Co-Curricular Scholarships are primarily, but not exclusively, awarded to students entering the 9th grade and are based on academics, citizenship, and talent. No application is necessary. The program directors, activity moderators, and coaches work in conjunction with the Admissions department and the Principal to identify and nominate potential students that match the criteria of the award. A recipient is required to maintain a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA.

Knott Scholarship Funds

The Knott Scholarship Fund awards scholarships to academically talented Catholic students residing in certain areas of the Archdiocese of Baltimore who are applying to a Catholic school. Please click here for additional details.
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