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The Saint Constantine School offers a variety of schedule options and individual classes to best provide for your student’s education.

Financial Aid is available. We work hard to meet each family’s needs, and we welcome you to begin the conversation by applying for financial assistance. Financial Aid applications will be available here on November 15.

Annual Tuition rate includes all books, supplies, and mandatory retreats.

2024-25 Tuition
Early Childhood and Lower School: 2-3 days/week $9,500
Early Childhood and Lower School: 5 days/week $14,550
Middle and Upper School: 2-3 days/week $10,500
Middle and Upper School: 5 days/week $15,550
Individual Classes $2,750 per class
College (annual cost for 15 units a semester) $10,500

Annual Fees
All book fees are included in the above tuition prices, but are listed here for transparency.

One-time Application Fee $100 per student
Tuition Deposit $200 per student
Book Fee (K - 5th Grade) $300 - 600 *
Book Fee (6th - 12th Grade) $600 - 800 *

* Book fees are calculated exactly to the cost of books and supplies each year.

Intracurricular Fees

To learn more about fees for private music lessons and participation in athletics programs, contact the following faculty:

Music Lessons: Lauren Turner, Director of Fine Arts

Athletics: Dale Satriano, Athletic Director

Commitment to Transparency

Parents and students have a right to know where their tuition dollars are going. The Saint Constantine School endeavors to employ the very best classical, Christian educators, and to that end we are committed to passing a full 80% of all student tuition directly to our teachers in the form of their salary and benefits. We work hard to offer a professional-level living wage to all full-time faculty in order to build a community of academically and personally excellent, long-term, fully invested teachers.