It is a policy of St. Francis Xavier School that no student be turned away because of an inability to pay tuition. Tuition assistance is available. Please contact the main office for additional information at 320-252-9940.
"Our children are able to pray, practice and understand our faith daily. I can't tell you how rewarding it is to have an 12, 9 and 8 year-old understand what a blessing this is. Our children understand that their school is unique, and that we have made a choice to invest in their future. Not only an investment in their education, but an investment in who they are today and who they will be tomorrow."
- Lisa Drong, mom of Elias and Connor
For CCS parishioners: Monthly Amount
PS2-Preschool (3-4 year old) Tuesday/Thursday half-day session $181
PK2-PreKinder (4-5 year old) Tuesday/Thursday full-day $285
PK3- PreKinder (4-5 year old) Monday/Wednesday/Friday full-day $394
PK5- PreKinder (4-5 year old) Monday through Friday full-day $640
For Non-CCS parishioners:
PS2-Preschool (3-4 year old) Tuesday/Thursday half-day session $210
PK2-PreKinder (4-5 year old) Tuesday/Thursday full-day $327
PK3- PreKinder (4-5 year old) Monday/Wednesday/Friday full-day $437
PK5- PreKinder (4-5 year old) Monday through Friday full-day $682
Tuition: Kindergarten-6th Grade
For CCS parishioners:
Parish Investment: The Parish investment is $393,676.
Tuition for the first child from a CCS Parish family $350
Tuition for the second child from a CCS Parish family $695
Tuition for the third child from a CCS Parish family $1,025
Tuition cap for a CCS Parish family (grades K-6 only) $1,025
For Non-CCS parishioners:
Tuition per child $656
Tuition cap of 3 children or more $1,967
Financial aid for grades K-6 is available for those who qualify. Applications are included in the online registration process through TADS. In addition, financial assistance for Preschool is available through the Early Learning Scholarships Program-forms available in the school office. Applying for financial aid and scholarships are a confidential process. If necessary, families may work out a financial plan with the principal.
The four major fundraisers are the Saints in Service Work-a-thon, the Catholic United Financial Raffle, SFX Rocks, and the Spring for Students Dinner. Students/families will have the opportunity to participate in the Saints in Service Work-a-thon and the Catholic United Financial Raffle. SFX Rocks and Spring for Students Dinner are full community events that are led by SFX parent committees.
In an effort to allow access to all students tuition is kept low and is supplemented by parish contributions, scholarships and fundraisers.