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Financing Your Tuition

Financial Aid  

Martin Luther School offers numerous alternatives to finance your tuition.

Academic Excellence Scholarships

  • The Martin Luther School Scholarship Exam is held annually (November). The Scholarship Exam is only applicable for incoming 6th and 9th Graders.
  • MLS offers full, half and partial scholarships awarded to highest scorers on our Scholarship Exam. 


  • Students and their families who can demonstrate financial need must apply directly to FACTS Management (must reapply annually).
  • The grant is coupled with a 24 hour service requirement to MLS.
  •  To apply please click here to access the FACTS Management website.
    • Columbus Citizens Foundation Scholarship

    • (Outside website/scholarship) Students who are of Italian descent (at least 25% Italian) who demonstrate academic progress and who are from households where the total gross income does not exceed $20,000 per capita ($20,000 per person in the household) are eligible. Click here.
    • More detailed information on these scholarship programs as well as Grant-in-Aid applications are available upon the student's acceptance to MLS.
    • For more questions and information regarding scholarships, discounts and Grant In Aid please contact Mrs. Deck in the Finance Office at 718-894-4000.

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Student Sponsor Partners Returns to MLS!

Martin Luther School is proud to be partnered with Student Sponsor Partners, an organization partnered with 23 schools in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx.

"SSP® selects partner schools based on a number of factors including their history of educating low-income students, their high school graduation rates, the opportunities available to SSP students, and the schools’ willingness to help SSP students achieve their goals. SSP partner schools provide the best education available to our students at the most affordable cost."

For more information, visit the SSP website 

or call us at (718)-894-400 x 133

To request an application by mail or for more information please contact:

Admissions Office
Mon-Fri 8am - 4pm

You can also request more information with this form below.
Please include student's name and current grade.