Expenses for the 2019-2020 academic year:
- In-State Tuition: $16,485 Traditional Variable Rate
- In-State Tuition: $17,480 Locked In Rate
- Registration Fee: $250
- Student Life Activities Fee: $245
- Technology Fee: $100
NOTE: For the locked-in rate, tuition is guaranteed at this rate for four consecutive years. Fees are subject to change.
Each year, the tuition rates are determined by the Board of Directors. The 2020-2021 school year rates will be determined in February 2020, and a moderate increase should be expected.
The registration, technology, and student life activities fees are due in the Spring prior to the next school year. Enclosed in the decision notification packets will be the enrollment contract detailing the tuition payment options and additional fees. Please refer to the 2019-20 enrollment checklist for additional fees and information.
For more detaile information regarding tuition and financial aid, please review the Tuition and Financial Aid FAQs.
Financial aid is available for students in grades 9-12 and is based upon documented need.
There are two financial aid programs available to offset the tuition expense for attending St. Vincent Pallotti High School. The Archdiocese of Washington and Pallotti have partnered with Tuition Aid Data Service (TADS) to process financial aid applications for the upcoming academic year. Complete one application, pay only one fee and have access to both resources.
To apply for need-based assistance from Pallotti, families must first apply to the Archdiocese of Washington. New students' families should complete admissions and financial aid applications concurrently; financial aid will only be awarded to students who have been accepted for admission.
A family's need for financial aid is determined each year based upon the recommendation of TADS. All parties in the household must be listed on the financial aid application including married, blended families, step parents, and/or those living together. The following are taken into consideration: income, assets, number of dependents, number of children enrolled in tuition schools as well as any unusual expenses.
In order to take advantage of this opportunity and apply for both the Archdiocese of Washington and Pallotti, you must submit your application and supporting documents to TADS by December 1, 2019. Receiving aid from either source does not guarantee financial assistance from the other. If you miss the December deadline, you can still apply for financial aid through Pallotti. If applying to Pallotti only, the application and supporting documents must be submitted to TADS by January 3, 2020.