Affording St. Cecilia Academy
Tuition for the 2017-18 school year is $17,740 and the total for registration fees is $350. Books and course fees vary depending on a student's schedule.
Tuition Payment Methods
For additional tuition information, please call the Dominican Campus business office at (615) 279-3885. All documents are to be sent directly to FACTS.
St. Cecilia offers an array of financial assistance options. To learn more, click on the tabs below.
St. Cecilia Academy offers need-based tuition assistance and scholarships as determined by the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment Application, a third-party financial institution, to qualified students. In order for a student to be considered for any scholarship or financial assistance, the parent must submit an application for admission as well as the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment Application. FACTS applications are available here.
As part of your FACTS application, you will be required to mail or fax the following documents to FACTS: 2017 IRS Federal Form 1040, 1040A, or 1040-EZ U.S. Individual Income Tax Return. If applicant and co-applicant file separately, FACTS requires both tax returns for the same tax year including all schedules. Copies of all 2017 W-2 Wage and Tax Statement for both you and your spouse. In the case of divorced families, both parties must complete and submit the Financial Aid Grant and Assessment and submit the necessary forms to FACTS.
FACTS will collect all supporting documents and will create the report and send it to St. Cecilia. No financial assistance awards will be made if these steps are not taken. Please note, families receiving financial assistance must re-apply each year through FACTS.
Families applying for financial assistance through FACTS do not need to send anything to St. Cecilia Academy.
Education tuition loans can be found through Your Tuition Solutions.
Financial assistance application is due to FACTS February 20, 2018.
St. Cecilia Academy offers need-based scholarships to those who qualify. Please contact the admissions office for scholarships and tuition assistance opportunities.