Tuition & Grant/Aid
By choosing a Catholic school, a family is choosing to invest in a child's future. A Catholic school education is a financial investment, and our graduates and their families would attest that it is well worth it!
The tuition breakdown is found below followed by more information on how our school works to make Catholic education affordable and accessible for all families who seek it. New families will pay an application fee of $100. and a one time registration fee of $150. As a STEM school, we charge $150. Technology fee per child.
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**If the goal of 190 students is attained, tuition rates will decrease by 2% for Catholic and 1% for non-Catholic students.
Grant & Aid
It is understood and appreciated the financial commitment and sacrifice families undertake in deciding to send their children to a Catholic school. And although paying for education is first and foremost the responsibility of a family, each school, parish and the Archdiocese of Baltimore devote significant funds each year to financial aid programs that help assist families. In turn, our school communities benefit by attracting students that otherwise would not be able to attend our schools. St. Joan of Arc parish also provides substantial amounts of financial assistance. If a family does not attend this parish, their home parish may be able to provide financial assistance. Our goal is to make Catholic education accessible to all who desire it.
FACTS serves as the preferred provider for financial aid and tuition management service within the Archdiocese of Baltimore. All families are required to sign up and make payment through FACTS utilizing automatic payments (EFT) from a bank account, credit card, or processing checks sent to a secure processing center. Easy and convenient online registration is available.
BOOST (Broadening Options and Opportunities for Students Today)
The Broadening Options and Opportunities for Students Today (BOOST) Program provides scholarships for students who are eligible for the free or reduced–price lunch program to attend eligible nonpublic schools.
The BOOST program was established in March 2016 by the Maryland General Assembly. Please check for the application deadline each year.