Tuition and Affordability
We engage, challenge, nurture, and love our students while building strong foundations that will guide them in successful lifelong journeys. We commit to making our school affordable and accessible. Financial aid is available, and we encourage interested families to apply. The school provides financial aid based on demonstrated family financial need.
*An enrollment deposit of $1000 per student is due at the time of enrollment and is included in the total tuition amount.
For your convenience, tuition may be paid in one of 4 ways:
- Paid in full by June 15 (a $50 discount applies to all tuition paid in full before this date).
- Two equal installments due in June and October.
- Four equal installments due June 15, October 1, January 1, and April 1. A $60 surcharge will apply per payment.
- Monthly installments for 10 months (a $600 surcharge applies to tuition paid in monthly installments).
If you would like to change your payment plan, please contact Brenda Beamon, Business Manager, at [email protected].
Tuition includes books, classroom supplies, and field trips.
Please note that a deposit of $1000 per student is due at the time of enrollment and is included in the total tuition amount.
A one-time, non-refundable new family fee of $1500 is due at the time of enrollment for families new to St. Timothy’s School.
A $500 sibling discount will apply to all students with older siblings attending St. Timothy’s School.
- A $500 technology fee applies to grades 5-8 and is added into your tuition payments.
- A $100 athletic fee per sport applies to grades 6-8.
- A $1500 withdrawal fee will apply on or after May 1 before the school year begins.
- After School Care (ASC) is not included in tuition. Please refer to our After School Care information for fees.
- Convenience fees of approximately 3% apply when paying tuition by credit card.
St. Timothy’s School uses Veracross Data Management System for billing and tuition management. At the time of enrollment, you will be required to create a free account with Veracross VC Pay.
What does tuition cover?
Nearly 70% of tuition covers salaries, benefits, and professional development for faculty and staff, ensuring we recruit and retain outstanding teachers who continuously offer our children the very best, research-based best practices for teaching and learning in every classroom. Over 20% of tuition funds all curriculum, programs, and supplies. The remainder supports campus facilities, maintenance, security, and other needs.
St. Timothy’s School strives to provide an outstanding yet affordable education. School supplies, field trips, and the annual yearbook are included in the cost of tuition. All families, consistent with their ability, are encouraged to give to the annual fund and periodic capital campaigns to support new programs and other needs not covered by tuition alone.
St. Timothy’s School is strongly committed to educating academically qualified students regardless of their socio-economic status. We offer need-based financial aid to eligible students. Financial aid applications are made directly through the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment tool, which opens in late fall and closes early January each year.
Financial Aid applications should be completed at the same time as the application process, if possible. FACTS will charge an application fee of $35. To learn more about FACTS, watch FACTS Grants & Aid – What to Expect.
All inquiries and applications for financial aid are held in the strictest confidence. Applying for financial aid does not in any way affect the admissions process for any student. Families are required to reapply for financial aid each year. If you have any questions about financial aid or the application process, please contact us at [email protected].
For families that qualify for financial aid, a $500 deposit per child enrolled (half of the regular enrollment fee) is required at the time of enrollment. A $750 New Family Fee (half the regular New Family Fee) is required at the time of enrollment for families enrolling at St. Timothy’s for the first time.
Yes, you must re-apply for financial aid each year. A financial aid award in the past does not guarantee an award in the future.
We understand that some employers will not send out W2 forms before January 12, 2024. Please upload your most recent W2 with your financial aid application. When you receive your 2023 W2 form, please upload it to your application even if it is past January 12, 2024.