The cost to attend St. James–St. John School is determined each year by the Pastor. Tuition is payable to the school in one of two ways:
(1) payment in full made directly to school by August 1st.
(2) monthly payments through FACTS Tuition Management over a period of 10 months starting in August.
You may choose automatic payments from either a checking or statement savings account. There is a $45 annual fee payable to FACTS Tuition Management for the use of the monthly payment option.
All tuition payments are non-refundable.
There is a $30 charge for returned checks. Cash, bank check or money order payment is immediately required for all returned checks and must be remitted to the office upon notification.Returned checks CANNOT be re-deposited. Personal checks will NOT be accepted from families after the second returned check. All payments made to school must be made by check for receipt and security purposes.
Checks are to be made out to St. James-St. John School, and must be remitted in a sealed envelope with family name, grade, amount enclosed and purpose of payment. Checks for amounts over $1,000 must be made by money order or bank check.
Prekindergarten and Kindergarten
$4525.00 Includes all fundraising and book fees.
$4275.00 Includes all fundraising and book fees.
Note: The fundraising fee will remain at $300 per family and is reflected in tuition.
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