Tuition & Financial Aid

One of the Most Important Investments You Can Make

The investment that you make now will appreciate as your child grows through high school, college and into family, community, business, civic, and Church life.

The benefits of Catholic education are widely known. The overall value of a SFXP education – academic achievement, spiritual formation, opportunity, community – is an investment in the adult your child will become.

The investment that you make now will appreciate as your child grows through high school, college and into family, community, business, civic, and Church life.



Tuition for the 2017-2018 academic year is $8,100.

Additional Fees

$500 is due upon acceptance. $350 is applied to tuition. $175 is a non-refundable registration fee.

Families of eighth-grade students wishing to participate in the Washington, D.C. trip must pay an additional fee of $1,450.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Need based financial aid is available through FACE – Foundation for the Advancement of Catholic Education (formerly known as the St. Mary’s Education Fund) and the school.

In order to be considered for financial aid through FACE or the school, the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment Form (access available early December) must be submitted and verified (typically with W-2 tax statements). Applications must be completed annually.

For the 2017-2018 academic year, the Financial Aid application deadline is April 8, 2018.  Additionally, a letter of request for assistance for school aid must be submitted to Middle School Principal Mrs. Elizabeth Kelley by June 1, 2018. The FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment Form can be accessed here.

Financial aid notifications occur in early June.

Sibling Discount

Sibling discounts are applied across the entire school, grades five through twelve. The oldest child will be charged full tuition and a 5% discount will be applied to each subsequent child. Families receiving the sibling discount are eligible to apply for financial assistance.

Parish Subsidy

Parents of children registered at Catholic parishes may apply to their pastor for parish assistance toward the support of Catholic education. Typical awards are up to $300 per student. Forms are available in the SFXP office.

Brazilian Catholic Leadership Scholarship in honor of Bishop Edgar M. da Cunha

Now available from generous donors, Brazilian Catholic students who demonstrate leadership and achievement may now apply for half-tuition scholarships to attend St. John Paul II High School & St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School.  Develop your leadership qualities.

| Download Brazilian Catholic Leadership Scholarship Application

Payment Options

FACTS Payment Programfacts

St. Francis Xavier Preparatory School is pleased to offer FACTS Payment Program by FACTS Management Company. Through FACTS Payment you will be able to arrange:

  • One-time payment
  • Monthly interest-free installments from your Checking or Savings account over an eleven-month period (May – March).
    (US Bank Accounts Only)

Additionally, if you are enrolling in the FACTS Peace of Mind (POM) Benefit, the $14.00 non-refundable POM fee will be automatically deducted from your account within 14 days of the agreement being completed by the institution and posted to the FACTS System.

Click to learn more about FACTS online payments.