Business Office

Tuition, Fees & Policies 2020-2021

Active Catholic Tuition: $13,300

Non-Active or Non-Catholic Tuition: $14,300

Registration Fee $200
Home & School Association Fee $100
ebooks $200
Uniforms (estimated cost) $150
Advanced Placement Test Fees $97/exam
Student Activity Fee for Art Classes $25
Senior Fee $125

Tuition can be paid in full to the school or paid over ten months
(July - April) by enrolling in the FACTS Tuition Management Program.

The first monthly tuition withdrawal through FACTS will be on July 5th, 10th, 15th, or 20th depending on your agreement with FACTS.

Late Tuition Policy

Tuition is considered late on the 21st of each month. Should circumstances arise that may cause delay in payment, the Financial Assistant must be notified immediately so consideration for an alternate plan can be discussed. The Business Office will try to work with your family to come up with a mutually agreeable arrangement.

Grades, transcripts and access to Powerschool will not be released for any student whose account is not current. This includes college and university applications.

Students whose accounts are two months behind may be held out of class until arrangements to become current are discussed with the Business Office.

RE-ENROLLMENT is now open for the 2020-2021 school year. Please click here to re-enroll. 


Contact Info:

Mark Beno

Director of Finance
(770) 461-2202, ext. 403

Paola Londono

Financial Assistant
(770) 461-2202, ext. 409


For more information about the scholarship process and application:

GRACE was founded by former Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Atlanta and Bishop J. Kevin Boland of Savannah in 2008 to take advantage of the SSO/tax credit legislation. Bishop Boland was succeeded by Bishop Gregory Hartmayer, OFM Conv., whose service includes work as a pastor and Catholic school educator.

GRACE Scholars is a Georgia nonprofit corporation and tax exempt charity (501-c-3 organization). GRACE has met the requirements for designation as a Student Scholarship Organization (SSO) in Georgia. Because GRACE is an SSO, Georgia taxpayers can contribute to GRACE in exchange for a generous tax benefit created by the Georgia legislature – a 100 percent tax credit. Since 2008, thousands of taxpayers have contributed to GRACE. The donations collected become scholarships for students wanting to attend one of thirty-four GRACE participating schools in both the Archdiocese of Atlanta and the Diocese of Savannah. All students receiving awards have demonstrated financial need and are funded for their entire career at a school as long as they demonstrate need each year.