As a private, independent, Catholic school, Jesuit High School does not receive financial support from the Diocese of St. Petersburg or from the Central and Southern Province (of the Jesuit Order). Jesuit is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization entirely dependent on revenue from tuition and the generosity of its benefactors. As such, the Annual Fund is critical to the fiscal health of Jesuit High School.
Jesuit's tuition is well below the actual cost to educate each student. Through the generosity of Jesuit’s Annual Fund donors, we are able to make up that tuition shortfall, as well as meet the ongoing challenges of operational and facility maintenance costs. Jesuit is also dependent on the Annual Fund to provide a robust financial aid program, while minimizing annual tuition increases for all families. For the 2023-24 school year alone, we have committed more than $2,400,000 in financial aid to 33% of our student body. The average award per student is $8,552. Ultimately, it is your generosity that allows the school to continue its legacy of developing "Men for Others."
- WHAT IS THE ANNUAL FUND?
- IS A GIFT TO GAUDIOSA AND THE HARTNETT GOLF CLASSIC A GIFT TO THE ANNUAL FUND?
- WHY NOT JUST CHARGE FULL TUITION?
- HOW MUCH IS THE TUITION "GAP" AT JESUIT?
- IS MY GIFT TAX-DEDUCTIBLE?
- I WANT TO MAKE A GIFT TO THE ANNUAL FUND, BUT I CANNOT AFFORD A VERY LARGE GIFT. WHAT SHOULD I DO?
- HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE IN THE ANNUAL FUND?
- WHEN I MAKE A PLEDGE, WHEN DO I PAY?
- CAN I MAKE MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS TO THE ANNUAL FUND USING MY CREDIT CARD?
- WHAT IS THE MATCHING GIFT PROGRAM?
- ANNUAL FUND VS. CAPITAL CAMPAIGN?
- HOW MUCH FINANCIAL AID DO JESUIT STUDENTS RECEIVE?
- WHAT ARE JESUIT'S GIFT LEVELS?