Tuition and Fee Schedule – 2019-2020 Academic Year
Registration and Tuition—Grades Kindergarten through 8
Registration Fee $90.00 per family (if paid on or before January 23, 2019)
Registration Fee $120.00 per family (returning families – if paid after January 23, 2019)
2019-2020 School Year
Tuition – First Child $3,700.00 ($3850-$150 per child Development discount for 2019-2020)
Tuition – Second Child $3,300.00 ($3450-$150 per child Development discount for 2019-2020)
Tuition – Third Child $3,050.00 ($3200-$150 per child Development discount for 2019-2020)
Tuition – Fourth Child No Charge
Non-Catholic Tuition $4,500.00 ($4650-$150 per child Development discount for 2019-2020)
Our tuition fee is all encompassing – there are no additional fees for the tablets and supplies provided to the students, no fees attached to our academic clubs, no mandated service hours for playground duty and no mandated level of participation in the Scrip program.
Early Education Program
Registration Fee $45.00 per family
K-3 (Three year old program) $1,125.00 per child (2 days/week)
K-4 (Four year old program) $1,650.00 per child (3 days/week)
After School Program: 3:00 – 5:30 PM
Registration Fee $15.00 per family
Daily Enrollment Fee $10.00 per child, per day
Preschool Munch Bunch: 10:45 – 2:45 PM
Registration Fee $15.00 per family
First hour (lunch provided) $6.50
Each additional hour $4.50 per hour
Tuition scholarships are available to qualifying families who apply through FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment. The Diocese of Harrisburg Neumann Scholarship Foundation, funded through Pennsylvania’s Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC), provides assistance to qualifying families. Scholarships are also available through the George and Mary Kremer Foundation to families meeting the economic guidelines. All families, regardless of income, are eligible to participate in the Student Support Scholarship program funded through participation in the scrip and gift card program. Catholic families may be eligible to receive additional financial support through funds made available by Our Mother of Perpetual Help, Saint James, and Our Lady of Lourdes parishes.
What type of payment plans are available?
Option 1: You may choose full tuition payment paid directly to Our Mother of Perpetual Help School on Augsut 1, 2019.
Option 2: You may choose to pay half of the tuition payment on August 1, 2019 and the balance of the tuition payment by February 1, 2020 paid directly to Our Mother of Perpetual Help School.
Option 3: You may choose quarterly tuition payments using the FACTS Management Company (August and November 2019, February and May 2020)
Option 4: You may choose monthly tuition payments using the FACTS Management Company beginning in August 2019 and completing payments in May 2020. Monthly payments may be deducted from your checking or savings account through FACTS Management Company. If you choose monthly tuition payments, there are no interest charges, only a family enrollment fee of approximately $40.00.
If you were enrolled in the FACTS Tuition Program for the 2018-2019 school year and you choose Option 3 or 4, you will be automatically enrolled for the 2019-2020 school year upon payment of the enrollment fee.
Is the registration fee included in the tuition amount?
The registration fee is separate from the tuition amount and is non-refundable. This fee is the cost of processing and scheduling students. The registration fee for families currently enrolled is $90 per family if paid on or before January 23, 2019 The registration fee is $120.00 if a family currently enrolled registers after the deadline. Registration is not considered complete until this fee is paid..
Do you have a FACTS question that you feel more comfortable asking FACTS directly?
Customer Care Representatives are available to assist you at 866-441-4637.
Pennsylvania will follow the Federal tax legislation signed into law on December 22, 2017, which includes several new provisions related specifically to 529 plan accounts, beginning with the 2018 tax year:
- Account owners can use assets to pay for qualified K-12 expenses up to $10,000 per year, per student.
- Account owners can treat K-12 withdrawals as qualified education expenses with respect to federal tax and PA PIT purposes.
- Account owners can roll over 529 plans to Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) savings plans (an IRC Section 529A plan), up to the ABLE annual contribution limit as determined under IRC Section 2503(B). However, a taxpayer may not claim a deduction for the rollover amount on their PA-40 return.
Once again the Pennsylvania tax law follows the Federal tax law, the same as before, and allows the deduction for the expanded 529 plans. For more information, please see https://revenue-pa.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3399/kw/529%20withdrawals/session/L3RpbWUvMTUxODYzOTc2MS9zaWQvWXBpQnJqRm4%3D.
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