Current Tuition

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Current Tuition


2022-2023 Tuition

Annual tuition is set by St. Paul’s Episcopal Montessori School Board of Directors. The attached tuition schedule is for families paying the annual tuition in ten equal payments, including Seat Deposit. Other payment arrangements may be made by speaking with Head of School, Macleay Martinez.

Enrollment Link: 

To apply use https://stpaulsmontessori.org/enrollment-forms/ 

Seat Deposit 

Seat deposit, which is one month of tuition, will be billed in full in March. This will hold your child’s spot for the upcoming year and will be used towards August’s tuition. 

Seat deposits can be paid in full in March or can be split between payments in March and May. 

Seat deposits not paid in full by May 31 will result in a loss of your student’s spot for the upcoming school year. 

Any financial aid will be applied retroactively to seat deposit once the financial aid application is approved 

Financial Aid and Scholarships 

St. Paul’s Episcopal Montessori School makes a strong commitment to, need-based financial aid in order to support students who otherwise may not be able to enjoy the benefits of Montessori education. All financial aid is based on the need or financial status of the student’s family, the number of requests received, and the number of financial aid funds available for a given school year. 

St. Paul’s uses a nationally recognized service, TADS (Tuition Aid Data Services), to process financial aid applications. TADS applies standardized criteria to determine to what extent each family needs assistance to pay for one year’s tuition. The St. Paul’s Episcopal Montessori School Financial Aid Committee uses information from the TADS process to allocate the amount of financial aid available. You can find the application here: https://sssandtadsfa.force.com/familyportal

For assistance with your TADS application, you can contact their family support services by calling (800) 344-8328 or emailing sssandtadsfa@communitybrands.com.

TADS applications are due April 8th. Returning families must re-apply for financial aid every year that they are seeking aid. 

In addition to need-based financial aid, St. Paul’s has a scholarship opportunity for both St. Paul’s Episcopal Church parishioner families and military families through the Rev. Chester W. King Scholarship Fund. Please reach out to Jose Macias, Director of Development, if you are interested in learning more about this opportunity: advancement@stpaulsmontessori.org

Military Families 

St. Paul’s Episcopal Montessori is an approved provider through the Child Care Aware® of America and is approved to receive payments for Army or Marine Corps children, aged 18 months through 35 months, are eligible for the Operation Military Child Care (OMCC) program.