Tuition and Fee Schedule
SAINT PAUL’S SCHOOL
Education in the Christian Brothers’ Lasallian Tradition since 1911.
2020-21 Student Financial Information
|Registration Fee *||$ 300|
|Book Fee **||225|
* Once a student is accepted, the registration fee is not refundable. This fee reserves a place for the student and covers secondary accident insurance, ID cards, Mothers’ Club dues, and other matriculation fees.
** This fee covers all book and course fees with the exception of English books (which will be ordered through the Saint Paul’s Virtual Bookstore), including the Archdiocesan assessment and the Lasallian Solidarity fees. You will be able to finance these fees if you finance your tuition.
|Senior Fee ***||$ 400|
*** This fee includes the yearbook, some graduation expenses such as cap and gown, and the overnight retreat fee.
Saint Paul’s has three options:
1. Financing through Resource Bank. All tuition and fees EXCEPT the registration fee may be financed at 7% interest. The first payment will be drafted from your account on June 3, 2020 and the last on March 3, 2021. You may go directly to ANY branch of Resource Bank to arrange financing. The deadline for loan applications is May 1, 2020.
Note: if you finance tuition, you must authorize auto drafts for monthly payments.
2. Direct payment to school of total amount by June 1, 2020.
3. Payment by credit card if paid in full by June 1, 2020. A credit card convenience fee of $300 per student will be assessed.
Withdrawals and Dismissal
Students are admitted upon the express condition that they shall remain at Saint Paul’s for the entire academic year unless they are dismissed for misconduct or breach of school discipline. In the event of such dismissal or in case of voluntary withdrawal, the parent agrees to forfeit all fees. The parent will be charged tuition through the end of the semester in which the student leaves.
Saint Paul’s School continues to provide quality education to the young men entrusted to its care. Through the Annual Fund, parents and members of the school community donate what they can afford to help expand the successful Christian Brothers’ Lasallian Tradition at Saint Paul’s.