Tuition and Fees
Parish Registration and Church Support
The school is operated by Saint John Vianney Parish as an investment in the Catholic education of our young people. Each student is charged a tuition rate we believe is competitive and reasonable for the education the school offers. Through the generosity of many in the parish, school families that are active, registered parish members benefit from a significant tuition reduction, a subsidy that approaches nearly half of the cost of tuition.
Thus, there is a significant gap between the cost to operate the school and tuition charged. The parish subsidizes the cost and provides a tuition reduction to active parish members. Qualifying for the tuition reduction comes with the expectation that each family is an engaged and active member of Saint John Vianney Parish. Along with, minimally, regular Sunday Mass attendance and a commitment to ministerial service, active membership includes each family participating in narrowing the financial gap through consistent giving in stewardship. Every family is required to annually complete and return in a prayerful and generous way the stewardship commitment form for ministerial and financial giving during the autumn stewardship campaign. The hope is that every school family strives to close the financial gap. Some are able to contribute to the entire gap and even help close the gap for others. Some are only able to cover a portion of the gap. In any case, only generosity is asked for.
This voluntary giving, in addition to tuition, is vitally important. Giving at the maximum level possible through stewardship to the parish in a planned, proportionate, and sacrificial way is how we give a return to God from the many gifts we have in life, all of which find their source first in this same God. This additional giving of time and resources is necessary for the parish to continue to operate the school.
For families with multiple children, with one in K3, please see Tuition K3 tab.
|Number of Children
||Total Cost to Educate
||SJV Parish Subsidy
||$6,944 per child
2 day, Full Days – $2,380
3 day, Full Days – $3,570
5 day, Full Days – $5,950
Tuition discount: Multiple student tuition discount will be offered please see Tuition Contract Addendum
Tuition Contract Addendum 2019-2020 school year
|½ Day Option: Due to the developmental needs of 3 year olds, a half day program will be offered with an opportunity for the child to be transitioned into the full day program at the end of 1st semester or 3rd quarter. Half day tuition will be the same as the full day programs due to the availability to transition into a full day.
- Students must be age 3 or older by September 1.
- All students must be toilet-trained prior to attending school, but can enroll at any time throughout the year once successfully toilet-trained.
- Enrollment is limited and priority will be determined according to the School Registration and Admission Policy.
Before & After Care Options:
- Before Care from 7:00 to 7:45am
- After Care from 2:50 to 5:40pm
||$150 First Child
$225 Two Children
$300 Three Children
$375 Four Children
$450 Five Children
|Student Activity Fee
||$50 per Child
|K3 Snack Fee (Peanut Free)
||$50 per Child in 5 Day Program
$30 per Child in 3 Day Program
$20 per Child in 2 Day Program
|K4 & K5 Snack Fees (Peanut Free)
||$50 per Child in K4 and/or K5
|Home and School Dues
||$30 per Entire Family
||$100 per Entire Family
||$3.60 / student lunch (optional second entree only can be purchased for $2.70)
||$0.40 / carton of 2%, skim or chocolate milk
||Purchased through Spirit Wear orders
(Hint: best to write your name on the tag)
||Determined each year by Middle School Department
|All parents / guardians of school children are required to sign a contract acknowledging their financial obligation to SJV and indicating their payment choice. All tuition and fees must be paid current before students may be registered for the next school year. All tuition / fees for graduates must be paid prior to graduation.School fees are due in full on June 1.Tuition payment options include the following:
- Payment in full on or before Orientation Day in August each year.
- Two (2) equal payments, due in July and January.
- Eleven (11) equal payments, processed on the twentieth (20) of each month beginning July through May.
Delinquent accounts are collected as follows:
- 1 week delinquent: Written Reminder Notice
- 2 weeks delinquent: Phone Call
- 30 days delinquent: 1.5% interest charged
Financial obligations and paperwork must be met and submitted before records or report cards are distributed for the fourth quarter. Examples are, but not limited to, contracts for the following year, pre-paid fees, overdue book fees, lunch fees, et cetera.
Different types of financial assistance are available.
Financial Assistance >>
Hot Lunch Accounts
Each student is assigned a Hot Lunch Account. Families provide payment to the Hot Lunch Coordinator by check or cash through the school office. Each child is assigned a Hot Lunch card used daily that deducts the amount of their lunch cost from the account. It is required that each student using the Hot Lunch Account maintain a minimum balance of $10. Notification of a balance below $10 will be emailed home. Positive balances at the end of the school year will be carried over to the next year for returning students. For account balances of graduates with no younger siblings and non-returning students that are less than $5, reimbursement is made only if requested in writing.
Families that leave Saint John Vianney during the school year, shall have any paid, but unused, portion of their tuition refunded on a pro-rated basis.