Tuition and Payment Options for 2018-2019
|Number of Children||Active Catholic Parishioner||Non-Active Catholic/Non-Catholic|
The tuition for TK includes instruction from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and extended care at no additional cost through the end of the regular school day, 3:05 pm.
To receive the Active Catholic Parishioner rate a letter is required from the Pastor of the parish that you attend stating that you are an active parishioner in that parish.
St. Mary Parishioners wishing to receive the Active Catholic Parishioner rate must meet the following requirements:
Be formally registered at St. Mary Church
Contribute to St. Mary Church via offertory envelopes or EFT
Consistently attend mass at St. Mary Church and participate in parish activities and ministries
Complete 10 hours of service to the parish (parish hours) including 5 hours at the Annual Parish Festival. Hours served in all ministries are considered parish hours.
Families who are not active Catholics in any parish or who are not Catholic receive the Non-Active Catholic/Non-Catholic rate.
Tuition may be paid over 10, 11, or 12 months with all payments beginning in July. Tuition is automatically deducted through FACTS Tuition Management from a bank account of your choice on either the 5th or 20th of each month. A family may choose to pay in full at the time of registration for a 4% discount; families receiving tuition assistance are not eligible for this discount.
|Application||$25 per child|
|Registration||$300 per child|
|Class fee per child varies by grade|
All families must complete a minimum of 25 service hours for the school (parent hours) each year between April 1st and March 31st. A minimum of 5 hours must be completed at one or more of the school’s Major Events. Additionally, all families have a minimum fundraising obligation of $550, of which a minimum of $50 credit (not face value of purchase) must be earned from SCRIP and/or eSCRIP purchases.
Age for Admission
A child who is 4 years of age by September 1 is eligible to apply to Transitional Kindergarten. It is our policy to give all prospective students a “readiness” test, with the acceptance of students being the direct responsibility of the principal and/or the pastor.
Transfer students are admitted for a probationary period of one school year. During this period, the student should demonstrate successful experience both in schoolwork and behavior. If a student is transferring to St. Mary School during the course of the year, please contact the assistant to the principal, so that an appointment and interview can be scheduled.
Health Screening Requirements
Children in California are required to receive certain immunizations in order to attend public and private elementary schools, as well as child care centers. We are required to enforce immunization requirements, maintain immunization records, and submit reports. Go to shotsforschool.org for the complete law and immunization requirements.