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Tuition & Fees

Tuition & Fees

St. Anthony Catholic School offers an unparalleled holistic Catholic education infused in the arts while creating a strong foundation in all subjects, especially in math, science, and technology. The small school environment allows staff to nurture students in developing their unique gifts and excel in academics, faith, and knowledge of one’s self.  Tuition and fees are the main source of funding the private education of students attending St. Anthony Catholic School.  A non-refundable registration fee is due each year to secure a student’s enrollment for the grade requested.

Parental and community support of signature events along with annual fund giving allow St. Anthony Catholic School to keep tuition and fees at an affordable level.

St. Anthony Catholic School welcomes families of all faiths.  The “Catholic Rate” denotes the parental responsibility for a student to attend St. Anthony Catholic School.  In order to receive the “Catholic Rate” parents must request the Parish subsidy from their Pastor utilizing the Parish Verification Form given annually to families at the time of registration. Parish subsidy agreements must be completed annually and returned to the Business Office at the time of registration in order to receive the “Catholic Rate.”
For the convenience to our families, St. Anthony Catholic School offers parents varying payment options, including a ten (10), eleven (11), or twelve (12) month payment plan.  In addition, families choosing to pay tuition in full receive a 5% discount on the tuition portion of their financial obligation if payment is received prior to the deadline set by the Business Office each year.  All fees are subject to change.


Financial Assistance

St. Anthony Catholic School currently has no foundation to provide assistance to those seeking financial aid.