Tuition and Affordability
St. Paul Lutheran High School believes that every family that desires a Christian Education should have that chance. In the 2019-20 school year, 90% of St. Paul families received some kind of scholarship, grant, or tuition assistance. Merit-based aid and association congregation grants are packaged with all need-based awards, making for an achievable and affordable financial investment.
Tuition for the 2020-2021 School year is $7250
Enrollment Fee $200 (Due at time of enrollment)
Building Improvement Fee $200 (can be monthly)
Athletic Fee: $100 (1st sport), $75 (2nd), $25 (3rd)
The Tuition Assistance Program
The online financial assistance application process is open for the 20-21 school year. Priority will be given to families who apply by May 31. Families who apply after that date may receive a reduced award. Financial assistance awards are sent to families via email. The process is secure and confidential. Families seeking assistance must complete the application process prior to receiving an award. There is a $35 non-refundable fee to apply for tuition assistance. Merit-based scholarships and grants will automatically be awarded for all applicants. For families seeking financial assistance, these scholarships and grants are included in your total financial award package.
To apply please complete the confidential application process with the link below.
Association Congregation Grants
Families that are members in good standing of a church in our association receive a $750 discount on tuition.
8th grade graduates of St. Paul Elementary are eligible for these scholarships. They are awarded to the Valedictorian, Salutatorian, and Craig Thomas award winner each year. They are renewable for 4 years based on maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.0
An award of $500-$1000 given to high achieving students based on the assessment of prior academic performance and achievements. This scholarship is renewable each year based on maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.0
Mike Sherrill Scholarship
Families that have students in both St. Paul High School and St. Paul Elementary are eligible for an award ranging from $500-$2500