Tuition for 2024-2025
|# of Students
Tuition can be made in one payment, two payments, over 10 months, or over 12 months
|After School Sports (Grades 5-8)
As a non-profit organization, and, in order to keep tuition affordable for our families, we rely heavily on fundraising (raising money) to support our school. These funds give our teachers the tools they need to create a rich learning environment, increase resources, and fund general improvements of the facility and grounds.
This balance will be due in early May
|1 Child Family
|2 Child Family
|3 Child Family
|4 Child Family
Some examples of opportunities that may be available for the next school year are:
If you do not wish to raise money you do have the option of paying out by adding the payout fee to your tuition payments.
The office will keep track of your fundraising balance through your MySJBS account. If you have a question about your balance, please e-mail Mrs. Knox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|To buy out of the program (not perform any service activities)
Hot Lunch Program
Hot lunch is offered Monday - Friday through Choicelunch
Families who want to apply for financial aid should submit a financial aid application at the same time that they apply for admission to the school.
Applications for financial aid are made through TADS.
There are three sources of financial aid available:
Financial Aide decisions made by the school and the Diocese are based on information applying families share on the financial aide application in TADS.
The BASIC Fund is a privately funded program which provides scholarships to thousands of students each year. Families become eligible for BASIC Fund scholarships if at least one child from the family will be entering grades Transitional Kindergarten (TK) – 8th in a private school for the first time. Scholarships are awarded on a first come, first served basis. Applications received after the March deadline will be placed on a waitlist and will be awarded periodically through the summer as funds become available.
If at any time during the school year there are unexpected financial difficulties, please notify the Principal, Mr. Brazil. Arrangements can be made before your account becomes delinquent. We try to offer support and financial aid to those families who sincerely want a Catholic education for their child but find that financially, it is a hardship.
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