Tuition & Affordability
St. Anthony's is committed to providing the highest quality educational experience through careful stewardship of the resources available to us.
We strive to keep pace with the world we live in, while keeping sight of our true home in the World to come. We are aware that modern families have much to consider when selecting the best possible school for their unique children. The faculty of St. Anthony's are not only educators, but many of us are parents too. We are your neighbors, living alongside you in this very expensive region.
As a vital ministry of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, we
are the beneficiaries of the generosity of our own parish as well as
the Diocese of Arlington and Bishop Burbidge. This special relationship allows us to keep our standards high and our tuition low.
Let’s Work Together
St. Anthony of Padua School is grateful for the opportunity to educate children. We know that sending a child to a private school is a significant investment and that the cost of tuition is sometimes beyond the reach of families in our community.
This is why St Anthony's has made it a priority to help families bridge the gap between their specific financial situation and the cost of tuition. In fact, St. Anthony's has a Tuition Assistance budget to help make attending St. Anthony's AFFORDABLE for qualifying families.
To deliver on its mission, St. Anthony's seeks a broad diversity in its student body and is committed to making its educational opportunities available to students regardless of ethnicity, creed, or financial status.
Catholic families living in the Diocese of Arlington with students registered in grades K-8 for the 2022-2023 school year are eligible to apply for tuition assistance.
Deadline to apply is March 16, 2022
2021 tax returns and W-2s are required for verification by FACTS
Diocesan tuition assistance is not applicable to Preschool attendance
Families must apply online for tuition assistance through FACTS.
You may email the school's Finance Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-820-7450 for assistance.
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