While St. Mary School is dedicated to quality education, it has the same moral responsibility as its families to operate on a sound, budgeted, business-like basis. St. Mary School’s commitment to excellence functions best when the school can meet its financial obligations in a responsible manner. The timely receipt of tuition payments is important.
Tuition is determined by the number of children in a family attending St. Mary School and status as a Catholic family. Families who want to pay tuition at the Catholic Family Rate must provide documentation of sacramental certificates (Baptismal and First Eucharist, if applicable) for the child they wish to register, and submit a completed Parish Affiliation form. A practicing Catholic family is one who is registered with a parish, whose children are baptized Catholic, who regularly attend Sunday liturgy, and who support the parish financially. The principal will make the final decision of whether a family qualifies for the Catholic Family Tuition Rate.
Tuition for families who do not meet this criteria will receive the Non-Catholic Family Tuition Rate.