We strive to offer an exceptional education for the lowest possible cost to our families. The following information is provided to help you understand the financial obligations for families who attend St. Rose of Lima School. Tuition assistance is available for families in need. We use an online system, FACTS Tuition Program, for all tuition payment. Each family creates a secure login. FACTS offers payment plans and 24/7 customer service

2018 – 2019 Tuition Schedule:
Kindergarten through Grade 8

  • 1 Child                  $6,190
  • 2 Children          $11,900
  • 3 Children         $16,995
  • 4 Children         $21,700
  • 5 Children        $25,600

2018 -2019 Tuition Schedule: Pre-School

  • Two Half-Day Three-Year Old Program: $2,530
  • Three Half-Day Three-Year Old Program: $3,695
  • Four-Day Four-Year Old Full Day Program: $5,695               Optional extended hour $1,295
  • Five-Day Four-Year Old Full Day and Step Ahead Programs: $6,015                Optional  extended hour $1,600

2018 -2019 Fees

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Family Registration Fee (non-refundable)

$155/family

Current families are $105 if registered by February 7th or $205 after April 1st.

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Learning Materials Fee (due in July)

$80/Pre-K student and $100/K-8 student. This fee covers items such as personal grade level classroom storage and organization items, locker shelves, tech supplies, headsets and classroom activity supplies.

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Sacramental Fee (due in October)

2018 – 19 rate not approved yet. (Current rate is $40/student). This fee is only for students in grades 2, 7 and 8.

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Annual Fund Donation (Tax-Deductible)

$350/family. This fee can be paid in full in July or can be paid in two payments (October and April), and it is tax-deductible.

Before- and After-School Care, Homework and Tutoring Club, and After-School Activities are invoiced separately.

Questions About Tuition?

Please contact our school bookkeeper, Mr. Larry Rice at bookkeeper@stroseschool.com.

2018 -19 Tuition Assistance Information: Bishop’s Scholarship Fund

The Diocese of Bridgeport is committed to making a Catholic education accessible to all qualified students who demonstrate financial need. Over $$2,500,000 in aid was given out in the 2017-2018 school year to families in diocesan elementary schools. Click here to learn more about the Bishop’s Scholarship Fund.