Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid

Preschool tuition

Tuition is based on an education plan for the academic year with all holidays and the number of instructional days for each schedule taken into consideration. We offer enrollment options of two days a week (Tuesday and Thursday), three days a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) or five days a week (Monday through Friday) with three dismissal times (noon, 3 p.m., or 6 p.m.).

Tuition installments for families choosing the
nine- installment payment plan

$300 materials/technology fee, per student
$150 Parent Organization membership fee, per family
All Saint Mark’s families belong to the Parents’ Organization

Room 1 – Age 2 and those turning 3 after Sept. 1
Room 2 – Age 3 by Sept. 1 and age 4 after Sept. 1
Rooms 3 and 4: Age 4 by Sept. 1 and age 5 after Sept. 1

Schedule A 7:30 am – 12:00 pm
Two days (Tuesday/Thursday) – $477.78
Three days (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) – $677.78
Five days (Monday through Friday) – $900

Schedule B 7:30 am – 3:00 pm
Two days (Tuesday/Thursday) – $550
Three days (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) – $761.12
Five days (Monday through Friday) – $1066.67

Schedule C 7:30 am – 6:00 pm
Two days (Tuesday/Thursday) – $600
Three days (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) – $850
Five days (Monday through Friday) – $1194.45

Lower School and Middle School Tuition and Fees (2016-17)

Grades K-2: $12,600
Grades 3-8: $12,990
All grades: $300 materials/technology fee
Per family: $150 Parent Organization membership fee*
*All Saint Mark’s families belong to the Parents’ Organization

If accepted, a non-refundable tuition deposit of $1,000, as well as the materials/technology fee and Parent Organization fee, are to be submitted with the Saint Mark’s Episcopal School contract.

Financing a Saint Mark’s education

Saint Mark’s partners with School and Student Services (SSS) by NAIS for our financial aid process. SSS analyzes a family’s financial information and provides an estimate of what they believe each family can contribute toward school expenses. Saint Mark’s provides some type of financial assistance to more than 26% percent of its families.