Tuition

2023-2024 Tuition Rates

Annual Tuition Rates

K-8th Grade
  • 1 child: $7,585 Catholic Rate and $9,995 Non-Catholic Rate
  • 2 children: $12,270 Catholic Rate and $15,110 Non-Catholic Rate
  • 3 children: $15,460 Catholic Rate and $19,895 Non-Catholic Rate
  • 4+ children: $15,695 Catholic Rate and $20,230 Non-Catholic Rate

Annual Tuition Rates

Preschool
  • 2 Half Days/3 Year Old: $2,430 Catholic Rate and $3,050 Non-Catholic Rate
  • 5 Full Days/3 Year Old: $9,660 Catholic Rate and $12,065 Non-Catholic Rate
  • 3 Half Days/4 Year Old: $3,415 Catholic Rate and $4,265 Non-Catholic Rate
  • 5 Full Days/4 Year Old: $9,115 Catholic Rate and $11,338 Non-Catholic Rate

Annual Tuition Rates

Bus Transportation Available for K-8 Students
  • 1 child: $1,540 Roundtrip and $925 One Way
  • 2 children: $2,295 Roundtrip and $1,385 One Way
  • 3+ children: $2,795 Roundtrip and $1,680 One Way

Tuition Rates

After Care Available for K-8 Students
  • Per child: $385 per month
  • 3+ children: $890 per month
  • Daily Drop In: $37 per child

FACTS Payment

FACTS
Saint Timothy Catholic School partners with FACTS to collect tuition and all school fees. Parents/guardians must have an active FACTS account within two weeks of their child's acceptance in order to secure enrollment. Once enrolled, accounts are reactivated each year automatically. Through FACTS families can pay in full, make two annual payments or 10 monthly payments beginning in June and ending in March. Parents/guardians are required to maintain an active FACTS account linked to either a checking account or a credit card for all incidental fees, such as field trips and Aftercare. When creating an account, please note that your "FACTS ID" is simply your last name. Payment terms (your tuition amount) will be filled in by the school.

529 PLAN

A Virginia 529 Plan can now be used to fund tuition costs for private and religions K-12 education, up to $10,000 per child per year. Because K-12 tuition is now a qualified higher education expense, some states may offer a deduction from individual state income taxes (Virginia, for example, offers up to a $4,000 deduction.) This benefit alone gives some Virginia 529 account holders a new way to save money for both current and future academic expenses. You can read more here:

  • If you have any questions, please contact Tara Irons at tirons@sainttimothyschool.org.