Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition & Fees for the 2021-2022 academic year:

High School Tuition: $16,850
There is an additional $300 registration fee and a $20 PSAT fee for incoming high school students.

Middle School Tuition: $15,865
There is an additional $300 registration fee and a $135 technology fee for incoming middle school students.

As a school, we are committed to providing our students with the highest quality education at the lowest possible cost. We strive to make Saint John’s affordable by maintaining low base tuition and providing support to help supplement the cost of tuition. Through the generosity of Saint John's alumni, parents, and friends, a financial aid program has been established to assist families of moderate and low income.

Applications for the 2022-2023 school year will be available in Smart Aid beginning November 1, 2021.

Should you perceive that due to your family's financial situation you would be unable to afford a Saint John's education, we encourage you to apply for financial aid. We have been successful in meeting the needs of those families seeking assistance, and do not want finances to serve as a deterrent to your son's ability to obtain a Saint John's education. Awards are based solely on a family's assessed financial need in conjunction with the annual funds available through the Financial Aid Program at Saint John’s High School. If you have any questions or issues regarding your application, we encourage you to reach out to Smart Aid's Customer Support at support@smartaidforparents.com or (800) 360-8027. Please note, once your application is submitted, you will need to contact Smart Aid's Customer Support in order to make revisions to your application.

Please note that applications are required annually and are not automatically renewed, as a family’s situation can change from one year to the next. Divorced or separated parents applying for financial aid should refer to the Documents & Downloads section below for additional information/specific instructions.

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  • Need-Based Financial Aid

    Need-based financial aid is available to students entering grades 7-12 and is awarded based on financial information submitted through the financial aid process. 

    Saint John's High School utilizes Smart Aid for all financial aid applications. A
    pplications for the 2022-2023 school year will be available in Smart Aid beginning November 1, 2021. Please note the financial aid application in Smart Aid is separate from the application for admission in Ravenna. 
  • Merit Scholarships

    Every applicant entering grade 9 at Saint John's High School is eligible for consideration for a Headmaster's Scholarship. All students are considered based on their admission test results, academic records, and a strong recommendation from their teacher, counselor, or school administrator. 

    Headmaster's Scholarships are renewed annually, assuming the recipient remains in good standing.
  • Tuition Payment Plans

    If a financial aid award is granted, the Business Office will adjust the payment plan upon notification from the Financial Aid Committee that the application is complete (including receipt of ALL tax documents requested/required.)

    Families have the choice of three payment plan options. Adjustments will be made to the tuition account based on the payment plan choice, as detailed below:

    Plan A: One payment to be made in June prior to the start of the academic year. The full amount of the financial aid award is deducted from the June payment.

    Plan B: Three payments to be made in June, November, and March. One-third of the financial aid award is deducted from each of the three payments.

    Plan C: Ten payments to be made each month from June to March. One-tenth of the financial aid award is deducted from each of the ten monthly payments.

    Please note that the first payment, made in June, for Plan A & B will include a $50 payment plan fee and Plan C will include a $100 payment plan fee. 
  • Financial Aid Code of Conduct

    • Financial Aid is one way in which we support families drawn to the mission of our school.
    • Our school provides financial aid on a need basis.
    • Our school determines need through a process that is equitable for all applicants.
    • Our school does not manipulate that process to advantage one applicant over another.
    • Our school does not use financial aid to compete with other private-independent schools.

Financial Aid Application Deadlines

  • New High School Students - December 15, 2021
  • New Middle School Students - January 15, 2022
  • Returning Students - March 1, 2022
  • High School Transfer Students - April 1, 2022
The Financial Aid Committee will consider applications submitted after the appropriate due dates, but as funds are limited, it is advised that you apply as soon as possible. Award notifications for our new students will be included in the Admissions Decision Packet. For our returning students, notifications regarding financial aid awards will be emailed directly from Smart Aid.

The Business Office

Saint John's has partnered with SMART Tuition to assist families in managing the tuition payment process. All tuition payments will be processed by SMART Tuition. Families may opt to pay by mobile device, online, by telephone, by mail, or by enrolling in autopay. If you have questions regarding your tuition payment agreement, please call SMART Tuition Customer Service at (888)868-8828 or info@smarttuition.com. Support associates are available Monday through Friday 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM (EST).

Contact the Saint John's Business Office with general questions regarding tuition and financial aid:

Cassandra Mitchell - Accountant: cmitchell@stjohnshigh.org or 508-842-8934, ext. 264

Lynne Cronin - Director of Financial & Student Aid: lcronin@stjohnshigh.org or 508-842-8934, ext. 262