Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the tuition at Jesuit Academy?
A: Jesuit tuition is based on a sliding scale:
• Any student who qualifies for free or reduced lunch is asked to pay $50 a month for 10 months ($500)
• Tuition for students who do not qualify for free or reduced lunch will be determined by the principal, but typically does not exceed $100 per month. Per sliding scale based on income.
Q: My son isn't Catholic, will the school try to convert him?
A: We are a Catholic school, but the majority of our students are not Catholic. At Jesuit, we celebrate the faith backgrounds of all students and teach Christian, gospel values along with the Jesuit charisms of being Men and Women for Others, Cura Personalis (Care of the Person), and a Commitment to Justice. Jesuit staff come from many faith backgrounds and do not try to convert students to a different faith.
Q: Does my son have to be entering 4th grade to enroll?
A: The primary entry grade at Jesuit is 4th, but students are accepted into other grades if spots are available.
Q: Where can I get the enrollment forms?
A: You can get forms from the school office or download and print them here.