Tuition and Annual Fees
|$500 (non-refundable, applied to tuition)|
|$175 (non-refundable, one-time fee for new students only)|
|iPad Fee:||$430 (one-time fee for new students only)|
$35 Parent Club Fee (per family, billed in July 2020)
|Grade Level Materials Fee:||$385 Freshman|
Below are the three options for paying tuition at Jesuit High School. All options are facilitated through FACTS (see the FACTS button below). Tuition (less the Registration Fee and any financial assistance), the iPad Fee (if applicable), and the Grade Level Materials Fee will be attempted according to the payment plan selected. All Annual Fees will be billed in full according to the month indicated above. Incidental fees such as athletic fees, iPad maintenance fees, etc. will be billed as incurred.
- One (1) Payment: Full tuition, less a $150 discount, less the $500 Registration Fee, the iPad Fee (if applicable), and the Grade Level Materials Fee, attempted in July 2020.
- Semester (2) Payments: Tuition, less the Registration Fee, the iPad Fee (if applicable), and the Grade Level Materials Fee, attempted evenly in July 2020 and December 2020.
- Monthly (10) Payments: Tuition, less the Registration Fee, the iPad Fee (if applicable), and the Grade Level Materials Fee, attempted evenly over 10 months, July 2020 - April 2021.
Tuition vs. Actual Cost
Tuition for the 2020-21 school year is $17,350 which is less than the actual cost to educate each student at Jesuit High School of Tampa. The actual cost per student is based on the core expenses of operating the school: faculty and staff salaries, supplies, and day-to-day operational expenses.
Jesuit's tuition is well below the actual cost to educate each student due to the school's ongoing effort to help preserve socio-economic diversity. Each year, the generosity of Jesuit’s families, alumni, and community friends during the school’s Annual Giving Drive helps to close the considerable gap between tuition and the actual cost to educate each student.
Please visit the Annual Fund area of our website to see how you can help Jesuit restrain rising annual tuition costs.