Scrip is a term that means "substitute money".  When you purchase scrip, you're purchasing gift certificates and prepaid cards that are used just like cash.  You can use scrip to purchase everyday expenses like food, clothing, and other essentials, and with every purchase, you earn tuition credit and revenue for St. Hilary's. 

Families earn 70% of a store’s discount, towards a tuition credit, and 30% of the store’s discounts goes toward the parish.

Please support our scrip program and take advantage of this opportunity to save on tuition!

Order Scrip Online with ScripNow! and PrestoPay

When/Where is Scrip for sale?


 Day  Time  Location Notes
 Monday ****************** ***************  ** NO SALES **
 Tuesday ****************** ***************  ** NO SALES **
 Wednesday ****************** ***************  ** NO SALES **
 Thursday 9:00 am to 11:30 am  Rectory Basement

 Friday  3:00 pm to 3:30 pm * School Cafeteria *This time offered on FULL days ONLY.
 Saturday  After 5:00 pm Mass  School Hallway 
 Sunday  After 8:00 am Mass
 After 10:00 am Mass
 After 12:00 pm Mass 
 School Hallway 


How much does Scrip cost?

No additional costs are incurred – you pay face value for the certificates.

Which Stores Participate in Scrip?

Use of Scrip:

Tuition Credit:  Tuition credits are calculated twice a year for all sales from Jan. 1 to June 30 and July 1 to Dec. 30

Using Credits:
  • Credits can be deducted from the payment due in August for the Book and Technology Fee
  • Credits can be used for tuition for schools other than St. Hilary
  • Credits can be used for CCD fees
  • Credits can be given to St. Hilary’s Parish

Print Forms:


More Information:

  • ShopWithScrip.com information -- free online scrip management tool from Great Lakes that allows families to place their own scrip orders online (click here).
  • Getting Started at ShopWithScrip.com instructions (click here)
  • ScripNOW! information -- the quickest way to purchase scrip online (click here).
  • PrestoPay information -- online payment made easy (click here)

For more information, please contact:
Ellen Romano
(215) 663-0691