In response to requests from the school community several years ago, St. Bartholomew Catholic School elected to consolidate all additional fees and charges by folding them into overall tuition rates rather than charge the fees separately at later dates. This “all-inclusive” policy allows families to get an up-front, accurate picture of the total cost to attend St. Bart’s, and gives them the ability to “finance” these additional fees and costs in installments, as set forth by their selected tuition payment plan. One this tuition is paid, there will be no further fees assessed during the year related to enrollment in our program.
Included Additional Fees and Costs:
Enrollment and Re-Enrollment Fees
Textbook and Periodical Costs
General Classroom Materials
Standardized Testing Fees
Pre-K and Kindergarten Materials Fees
8th Grade Graduation Fee
Annual Membership Fee to HSA (Home & School Association)
TUITION RATE, GR. PK-8
$13,600 per child
The actual cost to educate each child is approximated to be $14,250. This cost, less the tuition rate, is funded by St. Bartholomew Parish and the fundraising efforts by the school.
In an effort to ensure we do all we can to support our school community and prospective scholars, we have established the St. Bartholomew Educational Fund through the Parish and School which helps make the lower tuition rate possible.
St. Bartholomew Catholic School delivers a rigorous, faith based curriculum to students that represent a diverse economic community. Our school leadership and faculty are committed to the belief that no deserving student should miss the opportunity to experience a valuable St. Bartholomew education because of cost. In an effort to ensure we do all we can to support our school community and prospective scholars, we have established the St. Bartholomew Educational Fund through the Parish and School which helps to make this possible.
In addition to the St. Bartholomew Grant provided by the Educational Fund, St. Bartholomew families may also obtain tuition assistance directly from the Archdiocese of Washington and/or from Maryland's BOOST program.
Tuition assistance provided directly through the Archdiocese of Washington is given based on demonstrated financial need to Catholic families with students in grades K-8.
ADW Returning Student applications are due December 12, 2019
ADW New Student applications are due February 14, 2020
Please select the buttons below to learn more about how to obtain financial aid from these two sources.