Tuition fees paid by families constitute a portion of the actual per-pupil expenses. The difference between the per-pupil cost and the tuition charged is obtained in many ways, primarily through direct subsidies from St. Peter’s Parish, the Annual Fund, and the Msgr. Edward C. Dunn Foundation for Education.
Our goal at St. Peter’s School is to make Catholic education affordable to all. Currently, 84% of our students receive a scholarship or financial aid to attend our school.
Our admissions team will work with you to provide a financial plan that makes St. Peter’s School affordable and meets your family’s needs.
Tuition and fees for the 2022-2023 school year are listed below. If the Registration Fee creates a hardship for any family, it can be paid through FACTS Tuition Management.
To complete enrollment of a student, a parent/guardian/family member must complete and accept financial responsibility for the student’s tuition by signing a Tuition/Fee Agreement. The parent/guardian/family member responsible for payment must be clearly identified on the agreement.
A student will not start classes unless all financial responsibility documents are completed, including the Ohio EdChoice Scholarship Acceptance contract.
Unpaid tuition debts may be sent to a debt collection agency.
Every family has the opportunity to request a scholarship and/or financial aid for their student(s). Working in partnership with parents/guardians, St. Peter’s Parish wants to ensure that the young people in our parish and local communities can receive an affordable Catholic education.
The Admissions Office is happy to answer any questions you may have about tuition payments or financial aid awards. Please feel free to contact one of our admissions coordinators at the numbers below.
Office Hours are 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. or by appoinment.