Tuition and Fees
By choosing a Catholic school, a family is choosing to invest in a child's future. A future of college and career success, but more importantly the daily reminder to strive towards eternal reward in heaven. A Catholic school education is a financial investment, and our graduates and their families would attest that it is well worth it!
The School Board determines both Catholic and Other Faith tuition rates annually. Resurrection-St. Paul School complies with the Archdiocesan tuition guidelines and sets tuition for each child "at cost."
2019-2020 Tuition Rates
One Time Payment
Ten Month Payment Plan *
|PK4 - Full day||$8,345||$8,460||$8,630|
|PK4 - 5 Half days||$5,180||$5,250||$5,350|
|PK3 - Full day||$8,345||$8,460||$8,630|
|PK3 - 5 Half days or 3 Full days||$5,180||$5,250||$5,350|
|PK3 - 2 Full days||$3,360||$3,410||$3,480|
|PK3 - 3 Half days||$3,110||$3,145||$3,210|
|PK3 - 2 Half days||$2,070||$2,100||$2,140|
One Time Payment
Ten Month Payment Plan *
|PK4 - Full day||$11,845||$12,020||$12,280|
|PK4 - 5 Half days||$7,230||$7,330||$7,490|
|PK3 - Full day||$11,845||$12,020||$12,280|
|PK3 - 5 Half days or 3 Full days||$7,230||$7,330||$7,490|
|PK3 - 2 Full days||$4,630||$4,695||$4,800|
|PK3 - 3 Half days||$4,340||$4,405||$4,500|
|PK3 - 2 Half days||$2,895||$2,930||$2,995|
*(10 payments are only available if enrollment is processed prior to May. For each subsequent month after the May enrollment date please deduct one available month for payment.)
Please note the discounts are applied to tuition in the same order as they are listed below.
Loyalty Discount - Families with students currently enrolled in K-8 receive a Loyalty Discount for a sibling enrolling in the Pre-School program. The loyalty discounts are as follows:
|Ten Month |
5 Half Days
5 Half Days
3 Full Days
2 Full Days
3 Half Days
2 Half Days
Catholic Family Discount – Through the Special Assessment for Catholic Schools, every Parish within the Archdiocese of Baltimore supports Catholic Education based on the generosity of their parishioners. It is through this generosity that our Catholic Families are afforded a discounted rate on tuition, as they are most often the direct supporters of this special assessment and contribute specifically to their parishes and the entire Archdiocese.
Multi Child Discount – Families with three or more children enrolled in the school will receive a 10% discount on tuition for the third and subsequent children.
One Time Payment Discount – Families paying tuition in full, do so at a discounted rate. Please see the Tuition Rate chart for specific amounts.
Bi-Annual Payment Plan Discount – Families paying tuition in two installments, do so at a discounted rate. Please see the Tuition Rate chart for specific amounts.
Referral Discount – Current families referring a new family to the school may receive a $500 tuition discount per family based on the enrollment of a new family in grades 1-8. Application of the referral discount will be applied to the referring family’s last tuition payment for the current school year. If the referring family has paid their tuition in full under the One Time Payment Plan, the referral discount will be applied to the following year’s tuition.
Tuition Payment Plans
At the time of acceptance or re-enrollment, a tuition deposit in the amount of $200 per child is required along with a selection of one of three payment plans offered. The $200 deposit is applied directly to your tuition obligation, and the remaining balance is applied to the tuition payment plan chosen.
10 Month Payment Plan – Ten equal payments of tuition on a monthly basis beginning in May and ending in February. (10 payments are only available if enrollment is processed prior to May. For each subsequent month after the May enrollment date please deduct one available month for payment.)
Bi-Annual Payment Plan – Two payments of one-half of tuition due in May and November.
One Time Payment – Payment in full due in May.
Payment due dates are not restricted to specific dates during the month. Families have the ability to choose a due date convenient for them.
FACTS Tuition Management
Resurrection- St. Paul School, per the Archdiocese of Baltimore Catholic Schools Tuition Policy, requires all families to pay tuition through FACTS Tuition Management. The 10 Month Payment Plan option and the Bi-Annual Payment Plan require payment to be made via ACH debit or credit card. Check payments are not accepted. If the One Time Payment option is chosen, payment may be made via check, ACH debit or credit card. Please note that an additional fee of 2.75% is charged for credit card payments. A processing fee of $30.00 will be charged by FACTS for returned payments.
A tuition payment is considered late on the 10th day after a payment due date. A late fee of $35 will be added to the tuition account. Late fees will continue to accrue for each month for a payment that is past due.
Resurrection-St. Paul School recognizes that delinquencies may happen from time to time due to extenuating circumstances. If a family finds themselves in a financial hardship they are strongly encouraged to contact the Business Manager who may be able to offer:
- Change in payment dates
- Extension of payment periods
- Re-allocation of payment amounts
Resurrection –St. Paul School reserves the right to refuse admittance to class, withhold progress reports and transcripts, and/or shut off PowerSchool parent access when the family fails to meet payments satisfactorily or to conclude a financial arrangement mutually convenient to both parties. No progress reports or transcripts will be issued for any family whose financial obligations are not met. Additionally, admission for each trimester is conditional on satisfactory compliance with all financial obligations. Failure to meet all financial obligations in a timely manner may result in a student being removed from his/her class list for the upcoming academic trimester. The school reserves the right to withhold all student records (with the exception of Health Records) until accounts have been paid in full. Since individual student accounts are invoiced on a family basis, these policies will affect each child in the family (If an out-going student leaves a balance due, the younger siblings will not be admitted to school until the outgoing student's balance is paid in full.) No enrollment will be permitted in any other Archdiocesan school while there are tuition and/or fees outstanding. Once tuition obligations have been met, a student may be re-admitted on a space available basis.
|Academic Year||% of Release of Tuition Obligation|
|Prior to May 20th||100% (less non refundable deposit)|
|Prior to July 1st||90%|
|Prior to the 1st day of school||75%|
|Prior to November 1st||50%|
|After November 1st||0%|
8th Grade Graduation Fee – This fee is assessed to all 8th graders in October of their graduating year. The amount varies from year to year based on the number of students in the 8th grade class.
Technology Fee – A Technology fee of $125 is assessed for students enrolled in Grades 3 – 8.
Volunteer Service Fee - Each family with a child/ren in full day PreK-3 through Grade 8 is required to provide 30 hours of service to the school. Families with a child in the ½ day PreK-3 or PreK-4 only (no other sibling attending full day) are required to provide 15 hours of service to the school. Single-parent families are obligated to perform 15 hours of service. Single-family volunteer service fee status must be presented to and approved by Karen Murphy, school principal, prior to October 1st of the current school year.
The full volunteer service fee is $450 or $225 for a single parent household or a family with only a half day preschool student. Families not fulfilling their volunteer service requirement will be charged for unmet hours at the rate of $15 per hour.
Volunteer hours are due in the log book by May 15th. Outstanding service fees will be charged to the family’s FACTS account on June 20th. If a family knows that they will be performing volunteer hours for the school after the May 1st deadline, they should log that service into the volunteer log book, prior to May 15th, and indicate what their service will be and the hours and date it will be performed. An example of this would be volunteer hours that are performed in May and June of the current school year, such as assisting with the 8th grade graduation, end of the year class parties, helping at Cultural Arts night, etc. It is not the school’s obligation to log volunteer hours into the log book on behalf of our families. All bills not paid by the end of the school year will result in progress reports being held until the obligation is met.
Parents may accrue hours for service with the Church of the Resurrection CYO basketball leagues and the Church of the Resurrection or St. Paul’s sponsored Scout groups. Each hour of CYO or Scout volunteer time counts as a half hour of volunteer time. Up to 15 hours of CYO basketball or Scout troop volunteer time may be logged towards volunteer service for a family and up to 7.5 hours for a single-family household may be logged. The remaining 15 hours or 7.5 service hours need to be performed for the direct benefit of the school.