Tuition & Financial Aid
Your Tuition Solutions is a loan program which allows you to borrow up to the full tuition cost minus any financial aid you receive. You can also include other educational expenses billed by your school such as books, activity fees and computers. If you are interested in using a loan program, please visit http://yourtuitionsolutions.com.
The St. Lucy’s Priory High School Corporate Directors engage in careful consideration before setting the tuition levels for the following school year. St. Lucy’s strives to keep tuition at an affordable level to make attending St. Lucy’s an option for all students who can best benefit from the long tradition of college preparatory Catholic education, yet also keep St. Lucy’s operating in a fiscally responsible manner.
Tuition for the 2019-2020 School Year:
Tuition for Single Student
$9,900 See Payment Options
For estimates on additional fees such as technology, uniforms, books, yearbook, athletics, etc. please click on the link below:
St. Lucy’s Tuition Assistance Programs
Tuition Payment Options
For accounting purposes, all families are required to enroll in SMART Tuition Management Company. Registration fees are non-refundable. Tuition increases each year as costs increase.
The following plans are available:
Option 1: Full Year Tuition due by July 1
Option 2: Semi Annual Payment due by July 1 and December 1
Option 3: Monthly 10 payment plan (starting July though April)
Financial Aid Program 2019-2020
St. Lucy’s is owned and operated by the Benedictine sisters and offers a limited amount of need-based financial aid. Every effort is made to extend the financial assistance necessary to allow all qualified students the opportunity to attend St. Lucy’s.
Tuition assistance grants are based on the standards established by FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment, the school’s internally established criteria and the family’s expected contribution. Students receiving financial aid must maintain a minimum grade of C or above in each class with no Ds or Fs and an acceptable conduct record. In addition to this, returning families must be current on tuition before receiving a financial aid award. Funding for scholarships and tuition grants comes from St. Lucy’s operating budget and donors.
Need-based financial aid awards do not renew automatically each year. Families receiving financial aid one year must re-apply each year in order to be considered for a new financial aid award.
FACTS Tuition Award Information
St. Lucy’s utilizes FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment, one of the nation’s leading scholastic financial aid consulting firms, to determine financial aid eligibility and distribution amounts for all need-based financial aid awards. All applications are treated in confidence. Please note that FACTS forms must be returned to FACTS directly. Incomplete applications, or those submitted after the deadline, may jeopardize the student’s opportunity to receive financial aid.
Families applying for financial aid that have an incoming freshman daughter need to complete the FACTS Application and must submit tax documentation for 2017 and 2018 W-2's.
Note: If an incoming freshman has an older sibling(s) at St. Lucy’s, families must complete the FACTS Application by the February 1, 2019 deadline and can include the older sibling(s) on that form.
If a family already has a daughter(s) at St. Lucy’s, they need to complete the FACTS Application by March 1, 2019 and must submit tax documentation for 2018 and 2018 W-2's.
Only one application per family is required.
FACTS will forward your assessment to St. Lucy’s. The financial aid committee at St. Lucy’s will review this information and make the final determination. Families will then be notified of the committee’s decision.
Tuition assistance rates will vary based on need. Once the financial aid funds have been exhausted, financial aid is no longer available.
Important Calendar Dates for Incoming Freshman and Returning Students:
February 1, 2019 – Incoming Freshman Financial Aid Application deadline to FACTS
March 1, 2019 - Returning Student Financial Aid Application deadline to FACTS (Families must be current on tuition to receive financial aid)
Early March 2019 - Notification of potential Financial Aid award to Incoming Freshman families
March 28, 2019 – Deadline for Incoming Freshman Registration Fee
Late April, 2019 – Notification of potential Financial Aid award to Returning Students (This will be added to SMART Tuition account)
May 2019 - Registration Fee will be added to Returning Students' SMART Tuition accounts during the month of May. Payments are due by June 1
How to Apply:
Questions or Concerns Regarding your Financial Aid Application?
Contact a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 866-441-4637 for questions regarding the application process.
Contact Teresa Tancredi, St. Lucy’s Business Manager
Phone: 626-335-3322 ext. 3
Merit-Based Scholarships for Incoming Freshmen
All students who take the HSPT exam are automatically considered for the Benedictine and Regent Scholarships.
On behalf of the Benedictine sisters who founded St. Lucy’s in 1962, a Benedictine Scholarship was established in 2015 to recognize incoming freshmen with a national composite score of 99 on the High School Placement Test (HSPT) who also demonstrate academic success, good citizenship and extra-curricular involvement in junior high. The Benedictine Scholarship will generously cover the full amount of St. Lucy’s tuition all four years if the student maintains at least a 3.5 GPA, acceptable conduct and involvement in the school community.
The criteria for the scholarship is as follows:
Those who score at the 99% percentile on the HSPT will receive the full amount of tuition.
Regent Scholarships are achievement awards available to incoming freshmen for their first year at St. Lucy’s. These are not renewable.
The criteria for the scholarship is as follows:
Those who score within the 95%-98% percentile on the HSPT will receive $2,000.
Those who score within the 90%-94% percentile on the HSPT will receive $1,000.
St. Lucy’s Priory High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admission policies, scholarships, financial aid programs, athletic or other school-administered programs.
St. Lucy’s reserves the right to request additional financial information and/or withdraw financial aid at any time during the school year should discrepancies be discovered in the information provided.