The school provides several payment plans for tuition.
Parents/legal guardians agree and understand that if they do not meet all financial obligations, the school will not give permission for the student to take mid-term or final examinations until their accounts are brought current. If financial obligations are not resolved, and the student leaves the school without taking exams, the released transcript will reflect grades of incomplete. If a student’s tuition is more than one month in arrears, the student may not be permitted to return to school after the 15th (or nearest school day after the 15th) of the following month. In cases of continual non-payment, the administration reserves the right to remove the child from school.
The parent/legal guardian understands that in cases of non-payment of school fees and tuition, the school shall have the right to proceed with any legal remedy available for collection including the recovery of interest and reasonable attorney fees.
Ordinarily, all tuition payments must be made by check, money order, or certified bank check. Late tuition payments are subject to a $50 late fee. In the event that a check bounces, an additional fee of $50.00 will be added to your monthly bill.
Refer to Enrollment/Tuition Contract for more detailed information.
Families withdrawing students from the school should notify the Principal in writing immediately (a copy of the withdrawal form is included in the back of the handbook). Upon request from the new school, transcripts will be forwarded. If financial obligations are not resolved, the student's grades will indicate an incomplete. This will be reflected on the transcript.
Students absent for more than five consecutive days, without notifying the school in writing (during the period of absence), will be considered as having withdrawn from the school. Such students who wish to return to school must reapply for admission.
If a parent/legal guardian withdraws the student or Sts. Peter and Paul asks the student to leave, the terms of the Enrollment Contract apply.
Tuition is for the entire year. In the event that your child does not complete the school year, the school is entitled to the payment of liquidated damages. In the cases of absence, withdrawal, disciplinary dismissal, or removal for tuition indebtedness, the parent/legal guardian is responsible for the full year's tuition. The administration retains the right to make exceptions when appropriate.