Tuition and Financial Aid
The SJV Finance Committee works diligently to balance costs and to keep prices as low as possible for school families, while providing an excellent academic program.
2018-19 SJV Tuition and Fees
|K through 8||Receiving subsidy from Catholic parish.|
Tuition Payment Options
- Option One: Tuition paid in full by July 1, 2018– 2% discount
- Option Two: Tuition payments spread out over a 10 month period (automatic withdrawal w/a nominal fee applied), First payment due July 30, 2018
We are currently working with the other Catholic schools in our diocese to secure a new uniform company, following the sudden closing of Parker Uniform. In the meantime, we have an extensive uniform consignment shop on campus.
The records and transcripts regarding a student’s education at St. John Vianney Catholic School are deemed the property of St. John Vianney Catholic School. Transcripts and other records, though subject to inspection will be withheld and not forwarded to the parent, guardian or another educational institution until all fees, expenses and tuition are paid in full.
Tuition Assistance and Subsidy Information
St. John Vianney has a limited amount of financial aid available to students in grades K through 8, and distribution is based on the need-based assessment supplied by TADS. Therefore, if you need financial assistance, please fill out the TADS application online for need-based aid. Tuition assistance is based on the information received through TADS. TADS applications must be completed by March 31, 2018 to be eligible for tuition assistance. Contact the school office if you have questions regarding the TADS application.
In addition to tuition assistance, St. John Vianney is generously subsidized by our feeder parishes. The feeder parish chooses to subsidize children of participating members who attend the school at their discretion, upon request of the parents. The expectation of all feeder parishes is that families sending their children to our school will contribute to their parish with time, talent, and financial resources at a level that will allow the parish to continue to support the education ministry.
The parish subsidy request must be signed by the pastor of the parish and returned to the school in order to receive the subsidized tuition rate.