Tuition & Tuition Assistance
Complete and file your FACTS Management Company application online. St. Xavier High School's ID number for FACTS is 16693.
Class of 2021: If you would like to receive an award amount with your Admission Notification Letter, you must submit your application by November 21, 2016. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Tuition for the 2016-17 school year is $13,870. Tuition payments are due on the 21st of the month in July, September, November and January.
A St. Xavier High School education is a priceless investment in a young man's future. St. X wants to enable every deserving young man -- regardless of financial circumstance -- the opportunity to receive a St. Xavier education. For the 2016-17 school year approximately 40% of students are receiving some amount of tuition assistance. The average amount granted was approximately $5,600.
As requests for assistance exceed the amount available ($3.6 million for 2016-17) it is necessary to establish policies and procedures for distributing tuition assistance grants to ensure consistency and fairness.
FACTS Management Company (FACTS) is used as an objective evaluator and interpreter of financial need based on criteria applied to data submitted by the financial aid applicants.
Although each application is reviewed on a case-by-case basis and consideration is given to any special family circumstances, grants are mainly determined on the basis of family financial resources and the number of children attending schools that charge tuition.
- Families whose last names begin with A through L, please contact Jeff Pugh, Director of Enrollment at 513-618-3258.
- Families whose last names begin with M through Z, please contact the Office of Enrollment at 513-618-3258.
Parents of any incoming freshman (Class of 2021) must submit their FACTS application by November 21, 2016 - including families with current St. Xavier students. Please contact the Admissions office with any questions.
Applications that show a clear need for an amount of aid based on the FACTS calculation, which considers income and other resources, will be listed for the Tuition Assistance Committee showing the amount needed (or requested, if less). Those that clearly do not qualify will be listed as “denied." The committee will review all submitted applications.
For more information regarding Tuition Assistance, please contact the Office of Enrollment Management at 513-618-3258 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.