Tuition & Fees

HART2679

Fees, Tuition, and Required Fundraising 

Fees:
$450 New Student Registration and Technology Fees due at registration [Non-refundable]

$450 Annual Fees – Due April 5, 2019  [Non-refundable after April 15, 2019] Includes iPad usage, textbooks [not provided under New York State Textbook Law], workbooks, student insurance, retreat/formation program, ID cards, homeroom dues, standardized testing, guest speakers and vouchers.

Tuition: 
$9,100 All tuition and fees are payable to The Mary Louis Academy by check, money order, credit card, automatic deduction or cash.

Parents/Guardians are offered three tuition payments plans:

1. One Payment $8,900
Payment in full of $8,900 must be received no later than Friday, June 7, 2019. This plan reflects a discount of $200 off the 2019-2020 tuition of $9,100. This discount is available to those paying FULL tuition. [No Scholarships or Financial Assistance] If payment is not received by June 10, your billing plan will automatically be changed to the four payment plan below. [Discount no longer applies]

2. Four Payments totaling $9,100
July 1, 2018           $2,200
October 1, 2018    $2,200
January 1, 2019    $2,200
March 1, 2019     $2,200

3. Ten Payments totaling $9.100
Monthly payment of $910 July 1, 2019 through April 1, 2017 – Invoices include a $10 per month surcharge.
Multiple child discounts of $300 per second and third child will be spread over the four or ten payments.
The July 1, August 1 and September 1 payments should be mailed to the school during the summer as the school office is open.

Fund Raising:
The cost of educating a Mary Louis student is not covered by tuition and fees, therefore fundraising activities are necessary. The Walk-a-thon will be held in the Fall. This is the major fundraising activity and every student is required to participate by securing at least $125 in pledges. There may be other fundraisers during the year and participation in them will be on a voluntary basis.

Scholarships:
Mary Louis partial scholarships will be spread over the four or ten payments.