RE-ENROLLMENT FOR 2020-2021
All current Providence Cristo Rey students are automatically re-enrolled for the 2020-2021 school year. Families will need to submit a few additional documents to process financial aid for the next school year. There is also a $20 re-enrollment fee that will be deducted from your 2020-2021 tuition bill.
If you need to contact us about re-enrollment, you may use the contact form at the bottom of this page, or call us at 317-860-1000 ext. 170.
DOCUMENTS NEEDED (All Due by May 15, 2020)
1. 2019 Tax documents (see below for list of alternate documents if you are not filing for 2019)
2. Medical Information Form (PDF) *Only fill out if information has changed
RETURNING COMPLETED DOCUMENTS
All forms above must be completed and returned to the Admissions Office by May 15, 2020.
If you have not yet turned in your re-enrollment paperwork for the 2020-2021 school year, you can do so by downloading the above documents, filling them out and emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students should have also received paper packets at school. You may also fill the paper copies out and scan or take a picture of each document. Please send the scanned/picture copies to Mr. Thomaston, the Associate Director of Enrollment at email@example.com.
Families can pay the $20 re-enrollment fee online at our main office or with a credit/debit card by phone. This fee will be deducted from your 2020 - 2021 tuition bill. This fee is important to help us reserve your spot for the fall!
YOUR 2019 TAX INFORMATION
We must collect your family's tax forms every year to verify your scholarship and financial aid award for the next school year.
If you send documents with your student, please call Jarrett Thomaston, Associate Director of Enrollment, at 317-860-1000 x 170 to ensure documents are received. You can also email documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions about the financial aid calculations, please contact Julie Walker, the Director of Finance, at 317-860-1000 x 115.
If you will not file your taxes this year, you may bring in the following items:
Unemployment Compensation statement
1099s and/or statements from banks or other financial institutions showing interest earnings
Earnings from investments, bonds, estates, or trust accounts
Social Security Statements
Pension or annuity statements
Military retirement benefits statement
Employer Statement on company letterhead