Tuition

Thank you for your interest in St. Ignatius Catholic School! We are a faith-based classical school currently offering preschool through eighth grade and are here to support our families as we grow together in our relationship with Jesus. 

 

St. Ignatius Catholic School is supported by our faith communities of St. Katharine Drexel and Holy Cross. Though the actual cost of educating each student is approximately $6,500 per year, with parish support, the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program, gifts from our generous donors, and fundraising, we are blessed to be able to keep the cost of tuition affordable for all families who desire a Catholic classical education for their child. 

Tuition Assistance:

Tuition assistance is available for families of students in kindergarten through eighth grade. St. Ignatius Catholic School, Holy Cross Parish, and St. Katharine Drexel Parish are committed to providing a quality, Catholic classical education to all students who desire it regardless of their financial situation.

Tuition assistance applications are completed online with FACTS Management Company at www.factstuitionaid.com. If you need assistance in applying, please contact Lynn Zwick at 920-759-9290 or [email protected]. All applications are strictly confidential. 

St. Ignatius also participates in the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program (WPCP), which means you may qualify for a free Catholic Classical Education. Enrollment dates for that program vary each year, but are typically early February through the end of April. 

Tuition Fees for 2020-2021:

Preschool (2 days/week): $1,330  |  Bundled with Before/After Care $2,758
Preschool (3 days/week): $1,640  |  Bundled with Before/After Care $3,680
Preschool (5 days/week): $2,300  |  Bundled with Before/After Care $5,500

Pre-Kindergarten (full day): $2,300  |  Bundled with Before/After Care $5,500

Kindergarten (full day): $2,775

1st – 8th Grade:
First child: $2,960
Second child: $2,960
Third child: $2,660
Fourth child: $2,450
Fifth child: FREE

 

Register your student today and see the St. Ignatius difference for yourself!