$100 per student (All application fees are non-refundable.)
$105 testing fee for grades 5 – 12, paid at the time of online test registration.
K4 (Ages 4 & 5) $3,135
K4 Extended Day Option (for enrolled K4 students only) $1,155
Grades K-2 $10,285
Grades 3-6 $10,835
Grades 7-12 $11,385
Veritas tuition includes all books and most field trips. Tuition does not include school uniforms, school supplies or co-curricular program fees. There are no multiple child tuition discounts. We encourage families to apply for tuition assistance if there is a financial need.
Veritas offers need-based tuition assistance to families dependent on a number of factors including total (gross) family income, number of family members, number of children enrolled at Veritas, and any additional extenuating financial circumstances. Refer to the Tuition Assistance information for complete details on application process and deadlines. Click on the logo below to connect to our third-party tuition management and assistance company, FACTS.
Families whose children have been accepted to Veritas School will receive an enrollment contract that must be completed and returned to the school to reserve space in the grade designated. This enrollment contract must be accompanied by an enrollment deposit of $150 per student. Tuition payments begin May 1.
Veritas offers three different payment methods to accommodate the varying budgets of the school community. Tuition may be paid in one payment, two payments (May and November) or divided into eleven equal payments throughout the year (May – March).
A detailed list of specific clothing items and suppliers/vendors for the Veritas student uniforms may be obtained from the school office. Veritas School uniforms are purchased through Lands’ End or Flynn & O’Hara Uniforms.
In the event of a full class, a child may be placed in a wait pool after all other admission requirements have been fulfilled and application fees paid. Should space become available, the Admissions Committee will select a student from the wait pool to add to the class.
Veritas’ Tuition Assistance program has been an important part of the school’s financial plan for many years. From the earliest days of Veritas School, there has been a desire to reflect the larger Christian community in as many ways as possible. A broad socio-economic representation among our families is one way that Veritas has consistently distinguished itself.
Tuition Assistance is as much a service to the school as it is a service to the families who benefit directly from it. A well-funded, need-based Tuition Assistance program increases the number of qualified candidates who can join our community, and it strengthens every program in the school by including precious students whose families could not otherwise provide classical and Christian education for their children.