Playing on the monkeybars

In keeping with our values, we keep tuition accessible and affordable by 1) offering a payment plan that splits a year’s tuition into manageable monthly payments and 2) building a sense of partnership with parents, who are required to assist with fundraising and contribute service hours. 

Cost Breakdown

Yearly Tuition 2017-2018

$4,350 per child

10 month payment plan

$435 per month, paid from August til May.

Registration fee

$400 per family
$200 due on or before 5/1
$200 due no later than 6/15 ($275 if paid after 6/15)

Extended Day Care

$50 registration per family
$4 per hour, per child*
Hours: 7:00am - 7:45am; and Dismissal - 6:00pm
Available only on days school is in session

Lunch Program

$3.50 per lunch, includes milk*
$0.40 for milk only*
All lunches must be prepaid in the office. Lunches not served on minimum days. 

Parent Obligations

Fundraising: $400 profit per family. T.R.I.P. available once obligation has been met
Service Hours: 12 Parent Association event hours + 10 School Service hours
(Buy out cost for all hours: $1,500)

* subject to change

Tuition Assitance is available. Please contact the school office for more details.

Preschool Tuition

Five Mornings

$368 per month; $3580 per year*

Three Mornings

$259 per month; $2490 per year*

Two Mornings

$214 per month; $2040 per year*

Five Full Days

$640 per month; $6300 per year*

Three Full Days

$392 per month; $3820 per year*

Two Full Days

$268 per month; $2580 per year*

*All prices subject to change.

Additional Info

Non-Refundable Registration

$75 per family


Ages 3.10 - 4.10


Ages 3.0-3.10

Morning Classes

8:30am - 12:00pm, Monday - Friday

Full Day Classes

7:00am - 6:00pm, Monday - Friday

School Year

August 12, 2015 – May 20, 2016

Parent Obligations

50 fundraising dollars, 8 volunteer hours

Tom & Mia Brudnicki, family group portrait
We choose to make the sacrifice to send our kids to Sacred Hearth Catholic School because of the sense of family and community. The interaction of the children in the respective grade levels K-8 is heart warming. You very rarely see junior high age kids reach out to the little ones and make it a point to say hello or ask about their days. This is the reason we send our kids to SHCS.
Tom & Mia Brudnicki
Parents to Gillian & Gino
Kindergarten, Third Grade