Tuition and Fee Schedule 2017-2018

Registration Fee (non – refundable): $350 (per family after April 3rd)
Register by April 3rd Current families: $150 (per family)
Register by April 3rd New families: $250 (per family)
Book/Technology/Materials Fee (K-8): $375 (per child)
Materials Fee: (PK3): $175 (per child) ***
Graduation Fee (8th grade only): $75 (per child)

SJA Parishioner Tuition Rate K-8 1st Child 2nd Child 3rd Child+
Tuition $5906 $5381 $4856
Non-Parishioner Tuition Rates 1st Child 2nd Child 3rd Child+
Tuition $6180 $5760 $5340

VPK /Pre-K Program (8:00-12:00)

Paid by Polk County Early Learning Coalition
Wrap Around Program (12:00-3:00) $3150.

Pre-K3

Pre-K3 Full day, five days a week Half day, five days a week*
$6000 $3000

Students attending less than five days a week pay a daily rate of $60
*Pre-K3 students must sign-up for consistent days and times.

New Middle School Student Additional Fees

The St. Joseph Academy Foundation was gracious enough to supply ALL middle school students with a Chromebook to use during their time here at SJA. Students and parents are required to sign contracts for these Chromebooks. Additionally, parents will need to purchase a warranty and case for their child’s Chromebook. The pricing is as follows:

Warranty Case Total
6th Grade $90.00 $20.00 $110.00
7th Grade $65.00 $20.00 $85.00
8th Grade $40.00 $20.00 $60.00

SJA Parishioner Discount Guidelines

To qualify for St. Joseph’s Academy Parish Tuition Rate, the family must give of their time, talents, and treasures and have this verified by the Pastor:

  • Time — attends Mass at St. Joseph Church on weekends and Holy Days
  • Talent — gives service to the ministries of the parish & school community
  • Treasures — supports the parish by contributing on a weekly or monthly basis using the envelopes, e-check or credit card, or direct debit

*** This includes $13 Diocesan Fee, Student Insurance, and a yearbook for each student
*All Step-Up Scholarship funds are used for tuition and book fees only.

*Discounts do not apply to students on scholarships.