2023-2024 Tuition

First Child is $12,600
Second child in the same family attending in the same year is $10,600.
Third child or any more children in the same family attending in the same year is $7,600.

2023-2024 Tuition Payment Options

A tuition agreement will be sent by mail, along with a tuition summary which will reflect any credits, financial aid or scholarship awards that may apply to your student. You will be able to select from payment options including one-time payment directly to St. Paul, semi-annual, quarterly, or monthly payments via FACTS Management (fees apply).

Additional fees and purchases

Textbooks (ebook or hard copy), I-pads, and uniforms must be purchased separately.

Registration Fee*

$300 for new students
$200 for returning students
$400 maximum per family per year

This fee is due at the time the student registers for classes.

Non-Parish Assessment Fee*

$250 for those students who are not registered, active, contributing members of a Catholic parish. Parishes in the Archdiocese of Hartford pay this fee for students who are registered, active, and contributing members.

Bus Transportation Fee*

Optional bus transportation is available for many surrounding towns for a fee of TBD* for the 2023-2024  school year. Additional siblings will be charged a reduced rate.

*All fees are non-refundable.

Any fees incurred by the school due to wire transfers or due to payments denied for insufficient funds or other reasons will be billed to the family.


Tuition Assistance

*** Award announcements were mailed out on 2/24/2023 for families with accepted students entering Grade 9, and will be mailed out mid-March for all other students.***

St Paul Catholic High School uses an independent consultant, FACTS Grant & Aid, to evaluate financial need.  Anyone who wishes to be considered for tuition assistance must submit an application to FACTS Grant & Aid.  The application fee is $40.


Although the deadline for the first round of financial aid has past, if you need assistance, please apply.
Your application will be considered while funds are still available.

Please note: In cases of divorce, both parents must apply for financial aid and supply financial documents. If you occupy separate households, each parent should complete a separate application.

All supporting documentation can be uploaded in pdf or jpeg format online.  If you have questions or concerns about the application process, you may speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 866-441-4637.

Those who do not complete the application by the appropriate deadline risk not receiving aid, since the available funds will be allocated first to those qualified applicants who have submitted their applications and supporting documents on time. If you are applying to St. Paul after the FACTS Grant & Aid deadline, please contact Elizabeth Gunn in the Finance Office at or 860-584-0911, ext 428. Rolling applications may be considered.

Tuition Assistance FAQs