• 856-665-5879
  • info@stpeterschool.org
  • 51 West Maple Ave. Merchantville, NJ
  • Tuition & FAQ

    Tuition Rates for 2017-2018

    CATHOLIC FAMILIES K-8th Grades (Tuition assistance is available)
    1st child $4,900.00
    2nd child $3,800.00
    3rd child $3,100.00

    NON-CATHOLIC FAMILIES K-8th Grades
    $6,200.00 per child

    Pre-School Program

    PreK 3 Options:
    3 days a week, half day program 8:00 – 11:30  $3,200.00
    5 days a week, full day program 8:00 – 2:30  $4,900.00
    Children must be 3 years of age on or before September 30 and must be bathroom independent.

    PreK 4 Options:
    5 days a week, half day program 8:00 – 11:30  $3,300.00
    5 days a week, full day program 8:00 – 2:30  $4,900.00
    Children must be 4 years of age on or before September 30 and must be bathroom independent.

    Tuition Frequently Asked Questions

    Parents may pay tuition over a 10 or 11 month plan. There is also a discount for those who pay the tuition up front. The 3 methods for paying tuition are:

    OPTION 1: Single payment received through FACTS by August 1st — 3% discount.
    OPTION 2: FACTS tuition monthly payment plan. Payment budgeted over 10 or 11 months beginning in August. Payments can be made on the 5th or 20th of the month.
    OPTION 3: Mastercard/ Discover/ American Express credit card– also processed through FACTS Tuition.

    Yes. Tuition assistance is available for registered students in Grades K through 8. There is no tuition assistance available for Pre-K. Financial aid forms are available once you register. If you are registered and would like a financial aid form, please call 856-665-5879 and ask to speak with Mrs. Bilinsky.

    The Camden Diocese establishes parameters within which the individual parishes may set their tuition rates.

    A Catholic School education is worth the cost. It’s money wisely spent. Your child’s tuition is an investment which pays lifelong tangible and intangible dividends. Catholic Schools represent affordable excellence; there is an emphasis on efficiency and accountability. In addition to a strong program in the “basics,” as well as challenging programs for gifted students, Catholic Schools add the significant “plus” of religious, moral, and spiritual development. Standardized test scores and a college acceptance rate of 97% reflect that our students are self-disciplined, self-motivated, responsible, and creative. There is a mutual respect in Catholic Schools among the students, faculty, and administrators which generates an atmosphere of care, concern and respect.