Who Can Apply for Indexed Tuition?

All Saints’ maintains a budget for Indexed Tuition in pursuit of our goal of maintaining a community representative of all cultures, faiths, and backgrounds, regardless of economic status. Our goal is to offer access to an All Saints’ education for any family that finds our school to be a good fit.
 
Because of varying financial circumstances, families often demonstrate differing abilities to pay full tuition. These cases highlight some scenarios where Indexed Tuition may be awarded.

Indexed Tuition Guidelines

The chart below illustrates what a family could reasonably expect to contribute in a typical household with primarily W-2 income, and without any significant unusual circumstances. The Family Tuition Contribution column represents total contribution for all students combined. These are general guidelines and do not guarantee qualification in any way.

All Saints' Indexed Tuition Guideline Chart
Household Income Range
% of Household Income
Family Tuition Contribution
Up to $100,000
3% to 8%
$3,000 - $8,000
$100,000 - $150,000
8% to 9%
$8,000 - $13,500
$150,000 - $200,000
9% - 11%
$13,500 - $22,000
$200,000 - $275,000
11% - 14%
$22,000 - $38,500

Household Indexed Tuition Scenarios

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  • Family #1

    A family of three with two working parents. Their only child is applying for kindergarten. The total annual household income is $167,000. They have recently purchased a home and have very few liquid assets and modest retirement savings. They have significant college education debt with a high annual repayment schedule.

    Tuition for Kindergarten: $20,425

    Total Family Contribution: $10,000

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  • Family #2

    A family of five is applying to fifth, third, and first grades. Both parents are employed and have a combined total annual household income of $290,000. They have very little debt and modest assets outside of their retirement accounts. The family has a small amount of unusual expenses related to the support of an elderly grandparent. 

    Tuition for First Grade: $20,425
    Tuition for Third Grade: $20,425
    Tuition for Fifth Grade: $20,425

    Total Family Contribution: $44,000

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  • Family #3

    A family of four applying to third grade and pre-kindergarten. Both parents work outside of the home and have a combined total annual income of $225,000.  The family has a fair amount of assets outside of their retirement accounts. 

    Tuition for Pre-kindergarten: $16,325
    Tuition for Third Grade: $20,425

    Total Family Contribution: $25,500 

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  • Family #4

    A single parent with a child applying for sixth grade. The total annual household income is $102,000. There are very few assets outside of a retirement and there are no other remarkable circumstances in the family’s situation.

    Tuition for Sixth Grade: $20,425

    Total Family Contribution: $7,000