Tuition & Financial Aid

Seton is an independent, self-sustaining Catholic school that does not receive direct financial support from any parish or religious order. Therefore, we work very hard to keep Seton's tuition as affordable as possible.

Tuition for 2018-19

  • $5,900 for the first child
  • $5,605 for the second child
  • $5,310 for the third child
  • $5,015 for the fourth and over

(Tuition for the 2019-20 school year will be set in January 2019.)

Total operating cost to educate a student at Seton Catholic School exceeds the tuition amount. Fundraising efforts both school-sponsored and grant/donor solicited – including our Annual Fund, “A Night To Remember” auction event, and Golf Outing – are important elements that offset the true cost of a Seton education. 

Financial Aid

Seton provides a completely confidential tuition assistance process. The generosity of contributions to Seton from the Caniglia, Curtin, Scott, Selner, Sorgi and Walker families through the Arthur and Jane Caniglia Scholarship, Teresa Scott Devine Memorial Scholarship, Marilyn McSherry Curtin Scholarship Endowment, Selner Family Scholarship, The Lucy Sorgi Financial Aid Endowment, and Pat and Jeanette Walker Fund - as well as monies from the Sister Marie Damicone Scholarship Fund, help to provide need-based funds. In addition, a family may reduce its tuition costs through use of the Tuition Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP).

How to Apply for Tuition Assistance... 

Instructions for Parents to Apply for Tuition Assistance - click here!

Application for tuition assistance available January, 2018.  Application should be completed before March 15, 2018. 

Online application for tuition assistance for the 2018-19 school year is through FACTS.  Seton Catholic School utilizes FACTS services for a confidential objective decision in determining needs-based financial assistance - ensuring the privacy of each family.

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"What is it that makes Seton so great? Is it the ease and warmth in the way administration, faculty and staff greet the parents anytime of the day? The ability of faculty or administration to discipline effectively and move on with the student's integrity intact? The exchange of a greeting from a student to a parent in the hallway? Or that there is genuine laughter, happiness and pre-teen giddiness coming from the middle school hallway? It is all of these things and much more!" - Seton Parent