Tuition rate for the 2019-2020 school year is as follows:
|5 Full-Day Preschool/Pre-Kindergarten:||$6,900/year|
|3 Full-Day Preschool/Pre-Kindergarten:||$5,990/year|
|3 Half-Day Preschool:||$4,000/year|
Tuition may be paid in full at registration or through monthly payments via FACTS Tuition Management Company.
Additional fees for all families/students are:
|Registration fee:||$475 per student|
|Class Fees:||Vary by grade level ($30 - $250)|
|Device Fee:||Vary by grade level ($75 - $250)|
|Scrip Participation Fee:||$250*|
Optional fees for participating families/students are:
|Scrip Buyout Fee:||$250|
|Service Hours Buyout Fee:||$300|
|Extended Care Registration Fee:||$100 per family|
Tuition rates and fees are adjusted and determined on an annual basis.
*Scrip fees can be earned back throughout the year and credited Management Service
All families are required to have a FACTS payment account for tuition and fees. FACTS adds a 2.85% fee to all credit card payments. Families applying for financial aid will be required to pay a $35 FACTS application fee. Participation in optional co-curricular activities (such as athletics, field trips, retreats, etc.) will require additional fees.
Tuition Refund Policy
St. Francis of Assisi School plans and commits to tuition rates and fees, faculty and staff levels, and various other overhead costs, based on projected student enrollment. At the time of registration, students' "seats" are reserved for the year, and subsequent withdrawals create a financial shortfall. Therefore St. Francis of Assisi has implemented the following tuition refund policy.
Non-payment of tuition and/or fees constitutes a serious breach in the parents’/guardians’ obligation to, and agreement with, St. Francis of Assisi School. If non-payment of tuition and fees under the payment option selected by the family occurs, the school may take the following actions unless an acceptable alternative arrangement has been approved in writing by the school administration:
Non-payment of Tuition
If tuition is not paid upon withdrawal or graduation, the account may be turned over to a collection agency