FACTS works with schools across the country to provide tuition management services that make education more affordable. Through the FACTS programs, parents can pay tuition and fees over time, using a variety of payment methods, making it easier to afford a quality education for their children.
For more information about the FACTS payment plans:
Financial Aid in the form of a tuition grant is offered to Catholic families who apply for assistance. Applications are handled through your FACTS account. Please click the FACTS Logo to create your account and apply for aid. For additional questions regarding the FACTS program, please click this link:
IDeal - Idaho's College Savings Program, is Idaho's state-sponsored 529 plan designed to help families make saving for education and other post-secondary programs a reality. As of 2018, your IDeal plan can also be used to pay for qualified K-12 tuition expenses up to $10,000 per year, per student.
A 529 is a tax-advantaged investment plan operated by a state to encourage saving for education expenses. As there is a risk when investing, please talk with a financial advisor.
The growth of your investment is not subject to federal taxation, as long as it is used for qualified educational expenses. In addition, Idaho taxpayers who contribute to the IDeal plan may deduct up to $6000 ($12,000 for joint filers) from their taxable income.
To learn more about Idaho's 529 plan, click the button below.
Holy Rosary Catholic School
161 9th St
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
Phone: (208) 522-7781
Fax: (208) 522-7782
Email: To reach a specific staff member, click here.
School Year Hours
Mon-Th 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Fri 7:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Mon-Fri 7:00 AM -6:00 PM
Closed Sat-Sun and on no-school days
EZ School - Lunch/Aftercare
National Catholic Educational Association
Western Catholic Educational Association
Reading & Language Resources
Pope St. John Paul II Parish
Diocese of Boise
Catholic Charities of Idaho
US Conference of Catholic Bishops
The Holy See
Many classes still have openings for the 2022-2023 school year. Call (208) 522-7781, or click here, for more information.