QUICK LINKS:  SCRIP FORM  and  Frequently Asked Questions FAQ's     

What is SCRIP?

SCRIP is a no-selling fundraising program that benefits your family and Assumption. SCRIP is just another way to pay for everyday purchases using gift cards in place of cash, checks and credit cards. You and your family (grandparents, aunts, uncles, coworkers, etc) can purchase gift cards from Assumption SCRIP at face value. Assumption coordinators purchase these cards at a reduced price. The difference is an instant rebate for your SCRIP account and the school.

What's in it for me?

Raising money for your school and parish, of course! Totals earned from May 1 to April 30 may earn tuition credit, and that credit could be deducted from your tuition for the following school year, Chromebook, or 6th grade camp expenses. You can keep track of the rebates you have earned by clicking "Reports" in the Family Functions on the Dashboard of your RaiseRight account. You can have friends and family buy SCRIP from Assumption with the rebates going towards your SCRIP rebate total. For those parents with 8th graders who won't be able to use the tuition credit, your credit may be used to help fund the 8th grade graduation party.

How are rebates earned?

Each store has their own rate of return on gift cards. All percentages listed on the paper form are the regular return and range from 1% - 16%. RaiseRight will offer promotional periods where a select amount of stores will have an increased rebate percentage. You can find a list of current promotions under Special Offers when shopping on
Example purchase:

Vendor Gift Card Amount Rebate % $ Raised for
Assumption SCRIP
Macy's $100 10% $10
Shop N Save $100 4% $4
Red Robin $50 8% $4
Panera $25 8% $2
Shell Gass $100 2% $2
total $22







How do I purchase SCRIP?

The easiest way to order scrip is online to When registering for an account, you will need to use our school's enrollment code. For the current code, send an email to When ordering online, you can choose from physical cards, RaiseRight (emailed cards), or you can reload a physical card you already have. You can also use a paper order form found on the Assumption School website under For Parents > Scrip Cards or outside of the school office. The order form can be turned in to the school office. Orders during the school year will be placed on the first and third Friday of the month. Order dates during the summer will be posted on Assumption PTO's Facebook page.

How do I pay for SCRIP?

You may pay by sending in a check made out to Assumption to the school office, using ACH or credit card online. ACH is an online payment method offered by It is an electronic funds transfer system linked to your bank account that uses the same ACH process that is used for payroll deposits and social security. To sign up for PrestoPay, find the link under Family Functions on your dashboard. Enter your bank account information on their secure website. There is a convenience fee of $0.29 per order when using ACH. You may also use Visa or Mastercard for online orders. There will be a 2.6% credit card fee added to your total.

How do I get my SCRIP cards?

Orders during the school year will be placed on the first and third Friday of the month. They will be available for delivery or pickup the following Thursday. All orders will be delivered to the oldest child in the family unless otherwise requested through the Scrip Coordinator.

Dress Down Days

Any order placed for Scrip will earn a dress down pass for the entire family for the following month. Assumption's Principal and all homeroom teachers will get a list of students who can dress down. Orders received September 1-31 will earn a dress down pass for October, etc. Signing up for PrestoPay is so easy and eliminates the need for a paper order form and check. There is a 15 cent fee to use PrestoPay.


THANK YOU for YOUR SUPPORT and PARTICIPATION! For more information, paper order forms, Program Agreements, and FAQ's, click the SCRIP links for the SCRIP CARDS option,under For Parents > Scrip Cards > Scrip FAQs on the Assumption School website.