Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What does it cost Jesuit High School to educate each student?
A. For the 2012-13 school year, the full-cost per student is $14,125. Tuition charged is $11,525.
Q. What payment options are available?
A. We offer two payment plans: a direct payment to the school or a loan program through Wells Fargo Bank.
Q. What are families asked to pay?
A. All families are asked to support Jesuit fundraisers and consider making a tax-deductible gift above tuition. The preferred donation above tuition is $2,600, the difference between the actual cost to educate a student and the tuition charged by the school. Families may also choose to donate any amount above tuition. Each family needs to consider how they can help keep the school accessible to as many young people as possible.
Q. Can my student apply for a scholarship or financial aid?
A. Jesuit does not offer merit-based or talent-based scholarships (including athletic); however, the Board of Trustees has adopted a budget that includes $2,185,000 in need-based financial aid for the 2012-13 school year. Due to the high demand, not every family that qualifies for financial aid will receive it.