Tuition and Tuition Assistance
Tuition & Tuition Assistance
We recognize that your investment in a Catholic education at St. Francis is a significant financial commitment. We provide payment plans to assist you. St. Francis also provides a tuition assistance program.
2022-2023 School Year Tuition
$15,500 plus $725 non-refundable registration fee.
The flexibility of three payment options to choose from:
- Annual due July 1st
- Semi-Annual due July 1st and November 1st
- Ten-Month payment plan due on the 1st, 5th, 15th or the 25th of each month July through April
- 2023/24 School Year Financial Aid Application Opens: October 11, 2022
- 2023/24 School Year Financial Aid Application Deadline: December 16, 2022
St. Francis Catholic High School is happy to announce that we have partnered with FACTS to assist us with the management of our Financial Enrollment and Student Billing. We also use FACTS to evaluate financial aid applications and provide guidance to St. Francis for the 2022/23 school year. An application fee of $32 is charged and paid to FACTS for this service. If you have additional students at other schools that use FACTS you will only need to complete one application to FACTS and pay one fee. To submit a financial aid application for the 2022/23 school year, click here 2022/23 FACTS Application
- 2022-2023 Financial Enrollment Process: Incoming Freshmen: February 2022 – $725 registration fee
- 2022-2023 Financial Re-enrollment Process: Returning: Students March 2022 – $725 registration fee and for Seniors a $200 graduation fee
St. Francis does not accept tuition payments at the school.
All tuition payments will go through FACTS for the 2022/23 school year.
Click here to view your FACTS account.
Other Fees & Charges that May Appear on Your Account
- $30 fee for Returned check charge, NSF, Closed account and Stopped payment
- $40 late charge
Changes To Payment Plan During The School Year
All changes to your payment plan must be submitted to Michael Gallo at email@example.com three days before your scheduled payment withdrawal.
Parents must pay the replacement cost of any equipment damaged or defaced by students.