St. John’s is one of the best decisions we’ve ever made. It’s something we look back on as a married couple and say, “This is something where we nailed it!”
— Barrett Crane, Parent


The total cost to educate a student at St. John's school is significantly higher than the tuition rate.

We are blessed by the continued support of Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Parish and its financial contributions that make Catholic Education an affordable option for those seeking a Christ-centered education for their children.

There are also a variety of programs, such as scholarships and grants, that can help families offset the cost of tuition.


In addition to tuition aid, St. John's families can earn rebates on tuition through the Scrip program.  This is a fundraising program using gift cards.  St. John's purchases gift cards from merchants at a slight discount and then families purchase them for face value and St. John's keeps the difference.  Part of that difference can be applied directly to a family's account, allowing them to earn rebates while they shop!

2018/2019 School Year Tuition Rates for Grades K-8

Parishioner and affiliated Rates

First Student:  $4,850

Each Additional Student:  $3,850


NON-catholic and unaffiliated Rates

First Student:  $6,090

Each Additional Student:  $5,090


2017/2018 Preschool Tuition Rates

Junior Kindergarten, Mon-Fri   $4,305/year

4 year-old, Mon/Wed/Fri, all day   $3,640/year

4 year-old, Mon/Wed/Fri, half day   $3,120/year

3 year-old, Tuesday/Thursday, half day   $2,600/year


February 9, 2018-February 28, 2018

Pre-K3, Pre-K4, Junior Kindergarten:   $100 per student

Kindergarten – 8th Grade:   $100 for 1st student, $50 for each additional student


Beginning March 1, 2018

Pre-K3, Pre-K4, Junior Kindergarten:   $100 per student

Kindergarten – 8th Grade:   $200 for 1st student $50 for each additional student


There is also a $20-$50 enrollment/processing fee to FACTS Management System due at the time of online enrollment.


Click the button to provide the preliminary information we need to process your application for enrollment for the 2018-19 school year.  Some classes may have waiting lists, so the sooner you apply, the more likely you are to reserve your spot.

Saint John the Evangelist School admits students of any race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the schools. Furthermore, Archdiocesan Schools admit handicapped students in accordance with Archdiocesan Policy concerning student admission. Saint John the Evangelist does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, handicap, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of their educational policies, employment practices, scholarship and loan programs or athletic or other school administered programs.