Tuition and Tuition Assistance

2017-2018 School Year Tuition


Yearly Rate

Monthly Payments

PreK Morning (7:45-12:00) $5,496 $468
PreK All Day (7:45-2:35) $7,200 $610
Kindergarten (7:45-2:35) $7,800 $660
Grades 1 and 2 $9,504 $802
Grades 3 and 4 $10,536 $888
Grade 5 $11,052 $931
Grades 6 through 12 $11,996 $1,010

Alternative Instructional Program

*AIP is for diagnosed learning differences
*For more information click here.

Grades 1 and 2 $14,350 $1,206
Grades 3 through 5 $15,300 $1,285
Grades 6 through 12 $16,716 $1,403

After School Matters

Grades PreK through 6 Only $1,992 $166
  • The above monthly tuition rates include a $10.00 per month billing fee and are based on 12 monthly payments (June – May).
  • Under the Monthly Payment Plan, tuition statements will be issued for 12 months beginning June 1, 2017 through May 1, 2018.
  • When selecting the Monthly Payment Plan, you are required to make payments by an ACH debit.
  • All families who pay tuition in monthly installments must participate in the Tuition Refund Insurance Plan.  The Plan is optional for all other families.
  • You may elect to pay tuition Semi-Annually.  Payment of one half of the tuition will be due June 15, 2017 and the remainder will be due November 15, 2017.
  • A non-refundable $200 enrollment fee is part of the yearly tuition rate.  The enrollment fee is due with your signed contract for incoming families.  For current families, the enrollment fee is billed in January and due by March 1, 2017.

Campus Store and Book Sale

Textbooks, uniform outerwear such as sweatshirts, rain parkas, and P.E. uniforms are available at the St. Paul’s Campus Store located on the main campus.  School supplies, summer reading books,and calculators are also available through the store. A Used Book Sale will be held in the spring.

Food Service

Lunch programs for all students are available for purchase, or a student may choose to bring his or her lunch.


Student Accident Insurance - is offered through the Dewar’s Insurance Co. Coverage is for 24 hours/365 days per year and pays in addition to the family’s personal coverage.  Policy maximum is $1,000 per accident.

Tuition Refund Insurance – This insurance plan provides coverage in the event that your child must withdraw from the school and is also offered through the Dewar’s Insurance Co.  The Plan is an excellent way to ensure fulfillment of your contractual obligations.  The Plan is mandatory for all families who select the monthly payment plan. 

St. Paul's Tuition Assistance Program

We are committed to making a St. Paul's education accessible to students from a range of socio-economic backgrounds.  The purpose of the St. Paul’s Episcopal School Tuition Assistance Program is to enroll students who would be unable to attend St. Paul’s without financial assistance and would, by their attendance at the school, potentially gain life opportunities that they would not otherwise have.  Additionally, these students’ achievements may be inspirational to other students, and their participation in the school community will broaden the overall student experience.

Tuition Assistance Guidelines

St. Paul’s does not grant academic or athletic scholarships.  All awards are based on demonstrated financial need, and are revised on an annual basis.  The maximum financial assistance is 85% of tuition for students who meet the criteria for that level of assistance.  Both the number and size of Tuition Assistance grants are limited by the School’s financial resources.  In the administration of its Tuition Assistance program, St. Paul’s adheres to the Principles of Good Practice of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) member schools.

Assistance may be granted to students in Kindergarten through Grade 12 who meet the academic requirements for admission as well as other requirements. 

Please note the following policies before applying for Tuition Assistance:

  • A student going through the Admissions process must be accepted to the School before applying for Tuition Assistance.
  • Both parents of a student applying for Tuition Assistance must be employed.
  • Current families must be in good standing with the Business Office before being considered for Tuition Assistance.
  • For a current student to receive Tuition Assistance he or she must be in good standing, academically, as stated in the Student-Parent Handbook.  In addition, the Tuition Assistance Committee will review grades at the close of every semester and enforce academic policies put in place for students receiving Tuition Assistance.
  • The Tuition Assistance Committee will review any discipline infractions of students receiving Tuition Assistance at the close of every semester and enforce Tuition Assistance discipline policies.
  • Lack of confidentiality, including discussing the terms, or amount of Tuition Assistance will be grounds for Tuition Assistance removal. 

Information for Divorced and Separated Parents

For applicants with divorced or separated parents, the Tuition Assistance Committee will consider the assets of both biological parents, if living, before making any award.  If the custodial parent has remarried, we also consider the assets of the step-parent, bearing in mind the obligation to his or her own biological children.  A 2016 W-2, 2015 W-2, and 2015 Federal and State tax return forms must be submitted separately by each parent and step-parent and will, of course, be held in strict confidence.

The Process for the 2018-2019 School Year 

More information coming soon.

For questions about Tuition Assistance at St. Paul's please contact:

Nancy Galanos (251-461-2131), Admissions Counselor and Tuition Assistance Coordinator

Elizabeth Gregory (251-461-2159), Director of Enrollment Management and Tuition Assistance

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