2016-2017 Tuition and Fees


   2 days per week
 3 days per week
5 days per week
Preschool and Pre-K annual rate
$3,720  $4,290  $6,680

Grades K-8

Grades K-8
1 Child
2 Children
3 Children
4 Children
Catholic In-Parish
$7,700 $14,550 $18,960 $25,290
Out of Parish
$9,890 $18,970 $27,420 $35,570

Discount pricing is offered for multiple children in grades K-8.  Preschool enrollment is not included in the discount program.  

Catholic In-Parish status is defined as a family who is registered in St. Simon Parish, embraces Stewardship by by being active in the life of the parish, and participates in Mass as evidenced by contributions to the parish using offertory envelopes.  Annual tax-deductible financial contributions should take into consideration and reflect at least the difference between the In-Parish and Out of Parish tuition rates, which is approximately $2,000 per child. For additional questions about tuition and fees, including information about Catholic In-Parish and Out of Parish designations, please contact Joan Mibach at jmibach@stsimon.org in our Business Office


Registration Fee (per child per year) Preschool/Pre-Kindergarten $300
Registration Fee (per child per year)
Grades K - 8
Technology Fee (per child per year)
Grades K - 8
Eighth Grade Fee (per child per year)
Grade 8 only

Registration Fees

This fee helps to cover the cost of enrollment, administration, textbooks, Department of Education fees, Catholic Telemedia Network fee, standardized testing, yard duty, child health insurance costs, room parent expenses and health office expenses.

Extended Care Fees [Per-child rate $8.00/hr]

Extended Care fees will be billed through Smart Tuition and will be collected in accordance with the payment plan that you have selected (automatic payment, credit card, or mail-in check).

Technology Fees

Technology fees help cover the cost of online learning materials, ongoing maintenance of student laptops, network and internet access upgrades, professional development in technology for teachers, website upgrades, and to maintain professional IT staff to ensure effectiveness of the school's technology

Eighth Grade Fees 

Eighth grade fees cover the costs of graduation and most of the costs of the graduation party. There is a $125 per child fee for eighth grade families (only).

Other Fees

Other miscellaneous school fees, including:  fees for supplemental books, field trips, yearbooks, clubs, lunch and extended care are billed via Smart Tuition when they are used.

Tuition Payment Schedule and Billing Payment Options

Payment Schedule

Tuition payments are payable annually (August), semi-annually (August and January), or in ten monthly payments (August through May). Payments are considered delinquent after the 10th of each month for the selected payment plan.  Smart Tuition will charge a $35 late fee for any payment received after the 10th of the month, and will also charge for any returned check or failed automatic payment.

Tuition Billing

Saint Simon Parish School utilizes Smart Tuition for the processing and collection of our families' tuition and fees for all grades, Preschool - 8th grade.  By utilizing a tuition management system we are able to better serve our families, while improving the school's cash flow system.  In addition to tuition, Smart Tuition is utilized for billing all fees, such as: registration, extended care, field trips, sports, and extracurricular activities. 

New Family Smart Tuition Registration

Smart Tuition Online Registration (enter St. Simon's School code 11324).  All new families must complete the on-line registration with Smart Tuition.  Families will not be considered enrolled until this on-line registration is completed.  Families have the option for automatic, credit card, or mail in payments.  The choice of payment options is made at the time the online registration with Smart Tuition is completed.

Financial Assistance

St. Simon Catholic Parish, the Diocese of San Jose, and The BASIC Fund have dollars available which are awarded based on demonstrated need. 

The PSAS form is used to assist in determining financial aid awards from both Diocesan and Parish funds.  PSAS does not provide financial aid. PSAS is Diocesan-approved third-party provider that performs an analysis of a family's respective aid need.  Forms must be completed and submitted within the deadline to be considered for financial aid.

To apply for funds from the Diocese of San Jose or Saint Simon Parish for the upcoming school year:

  • Complete the 2016-2017 PSAS application.  The application can be completed in one of two ways: online, or by completing the electronic PDF, printing the form, and mailing it in.  Forms sent via U.S. mail must be postmarked no later than March 1, 2016.  Online forms must be submitted by March 1, 2016.

    To complete the online version of the PSAS: Complete the online PSAS form available here. For additional instructions, click here.

    To complete the PDF version of the PSAS:  Download this PDF and save it to your computer before filling it out. To properly complete the form and ensure the information is recorded correctly, you must open it within Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat. (get.adobe.com/reader).  DO NOT “view” the PDF and attempt to complete it in your browser. This will result in an unusable PDF and/or improperly recorded information.

    Mail completed forms, along with your application fee to:
    Private School Aid Service
    P.O. Box 89434
    Cleveland, OH 44101-6434

The Basic Fund is a separate entity that provides need-based scholarships to Catholic school students. All families applying for financial aid are strongly encouraged to apply to the Basic Fund as well as following the PSAS submission process.

Non-Discriminatory Policy

Catholic schools in the Diocese of San Jose, mindful of their mission to be witnesses to the love of Christ for all, admit students of any race, color, and national and/or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the schools.  The Catholic schools in the Diocese of San Jose do not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and/or ethnic origin, age, sex or disability in administration of educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.