School Year 2022-2023
Kindergarten - 8th Grade
|Number of Children||Catholic Rate||Standard Rate|
|1 Child||Tuition: $7,250
|2 Children||Tuition: $10,720
|3 Children||Tuition: $13,140|
|4+ Children||Tuition: $14,525|
School Year 2022-2023
|School Hours||Tuition & Fees|
|3 days (Pre-school 3’s only)
|Tuition: $4,350 per child|
|5 Days (Pre-School and Pre-Kindergarten)
|5 Days $6,800 per child
*Non-refundable Application Fee of $200 per child for new families, or $100 for current families due at the time of application.
Tuition is pulled automatically from FACTS accounts, August through May.
Annual and semi-annual options are also available.
*In order to qualify for the Catholic Rate the following three requirements must be met:
1. Student has been sacramentally initiated.
2. Family is registered in a Catholic parish.
3. Family actively worship at a Catholic Church
**The preschool tuition may be an allowable deduction on your taxes. At the end of the year, preschool statements will be sent to each family.
Tuition may be paid annually, semi-annually, semi-monthly, or
monthly through the FACTS system online.
* Field trips costs are included in fees portion of tuition.
*All K-8 rates above include $550 per child book fee
*All preschool rates above include per child supply fee
• Non Refundable Application Fee:
* $200 per student for new families
* $100 per student for current families
Tuition Assistance is available for families who desire to provide their children with a Catholic Education and meet financial criteria. The Catholic Education Foundation, the Archdiocese of Louisville and our funding partners are growing to meet the needs of families who cannot afford the full cost of educating their children in a Catholic elementary school.
***NEW TAX LAW LETS FAMILIES TAP INTO 529 PLANS FOR PRIVATE K-12 EDUCATION***
Thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act which recently went into effect, 529s can be used for tuition at private K-12 education. Under this tax law, 529 plan holders can use up to $10,000 a year from the account to help cover the tuition costs of private K-12 education. This differs from the rules governing how 529 funds are used for higher education, which permits each parent (and grandparent) to save up to $15,000 in the plan without that money being taxed by Uncle Sam. While the savings from the 529 plans can be used to pay for tuition, as well as course fees, books, supplies and equipment at institutions of higher learning, only tuition counts as a qualified expense for 529 funds used at the K-12 level. Contact David Lawhorn with any questions you may have at 502-696-7383 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org