Expenses for 2022-2023:
All arrangements concerning finances are handled through the Office of the Financial Supervisor. All tuition payments should be arranged through the FACTS Management Company.
To access the FACTS website, please click here.
If you would like to review the letter detailing the specifics of the FACTS program, please click here.
All tuition must be processed through FACTS.
Payments processed by the Finance Office will be subject to a $200 processing fee.
Parents must choose one of three tuition payment options:
- A one-time payment August 7th with a $150.00 discount
- Two equal payments in August and January
- The direct debit of your regular account in ten monthly installments
Failure to choose one of the above three options will result in the assessment of a $200.00 clerical fee against the account.
A service charge of $25.00 will be made automatically for any payment that is returned by a bank. After the second return, payment will be accepted only by cash or by money order.
No students may sit for their trimester Examinations if their tuition is not paid up-to-date. In the event that tuition is in arrears at Comprehensive Examination time, the student may not sit for the Examinations and will be given a grade of Incomplete. If the tuition is not paid prior to the make-up examinations in the summer, the grade is automatically changed to an (F) Failure for the year.
In the event a student withdraws, for whatever reason, tuition will be refunded on a prorated basis. If a student’s tuition is not current at the time of withdrawal, his or her transcript will not be forwarded until the tuition charge is satisfied.
Kellenberg Memorial Financial Aid Scholarship Program
The Financial Aid Scholarship Program is for families who experience the death of a parent or guardian who is a source of financial support for the student enrolled in our school. Two names of parents or guardians may be registered for the Financial Aid Scholarship Program.
Kellenberg Memorial Financial Need Program
The application process requires several documents be submitted for consideration of potential assistance. These documents include –
- two years of tax returns, including W2s and 1099s
- all additional proof of income.
In addition, you will be required to submit:
- three months of bank statements
- mortgage statements and/or lease agreements
- credit card statements
- investments statements
- car payment statements
There is a $40 fee payable to FACTS and does not guarantee that assistance will be granted. Typical awards are usually between one and two months tuition payments, however, based upon the circumstances, it may be more. Awards apply only to the current academic year, and you must reapply each year and previous awards are not a guarantee of future aid. Tuition is expected to be kept current during the application process. Priority is given to High School students.