Tuition for 2016-2017

Tuition for the 2016-2017 school year is $18,900.

For most families, investing in a private, Catholic education requires careful financial planning. To begin the process of providing a Xaverian education for your son, you should start by discussing various options with a member of our admissions team.

Each student who attends Xaverian is the recipient of a scholarship, since the real cost of educating each student is significantly more than the tuition established by the Board of Trustees. Fundraising makes up the difference and Xaverian is fortunate to have loyal alumni and parents who generously support the school.

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  • New Students in Grades 7-12

    The Tuition for 2016-2017 is $18,900.

    A non-refundable Registration Fee of $700 and Reservation Deposit of $1,000, totaling $1,700 must be paid by the registration dealine. The reservation deposit will be credited toward tuition. The registration deadline for students in Grades 7 & 8 is April 1 and the deadline for Grade 9 is March 15.

    Xaverian offers two (2) payment plans through FACTS Management Company

    #1. Single payment due June 1 – Tuition $18,900
    #2. Monthly payments due June 1 – March 1 $19,200

    You can finance full or part of tuition through:
    1. Your Tuition Solutions 800-920-9277
  • International Students

    The Tuition for International Students for 2016-2017 is $24,000.

    One-time, non-refundable registration fee - $700.

    Payment is due June 1 or upon open enrollment
  • Current Students

    The Tuition for 2016-2017 is $18,900.

    For current students, a nonrefundable reservation deposit of $1,000 is due by April 1. The reservation deposit will be credited toward tuition.

    Xaverian offers two (2) payment plans through FACTS Management. You can log on to your tuition account at https://online.factsmgt.com.

    #1. Single payment due June 1 – Tuition $18,900
    #2. Monthly payments due June 1 – March 1 $19,200

    You can finance full or part of tuition through:
    1. Your Tuition Solutions 800-920-9277
  • Tuition Assistance

    Xaverian is committed to offering a Xaverian education to qualified students regardless of financial means. Our financial assistance program relies on the success of our fundraising programs.

    It is important to note that applications for assistance are made annually. Assistance is not automatically renewed. Because a family's situation can change from one year to the next, we ask that you file a financial aid application only if you can demonstrate need.

    To be eligible for continued assistance, students must be doing well academically and be in good disciplinary standing. Also, a student must have successfully completed his work-study responsibilities and parents must have demonstrated support for fundraising activities.

    FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment conducts the financial needs analysis for Xaverian. Applicants will need to submit all required information by December 31. Current students will need to submit their FACTS application by February 28. Applications can be found at https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3GMN2 as of November 1. FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment can also be reached at 1 (866) 315-9262 or by email at info@factsmgt.com.

    Failure to submit all the information by the deadline may result in your family not receiving aid or limit the amount given.
  • Merit Scholarships

    Ninth grade applicants who attain a high score on the Catholic Secondary School Entrance Exam (HSPT) and who have earned an average of 80 or above in their 7th and 8th grade courses will be considered for a Merit Scholarship. No application is required for a Merit Scholarship. Awards are granted for four years provided the student's grades and behavior are outstanding.

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A private, Catholic, college preparatory day school for boys in grades 7-12. The Boston area prep school offers a rigorous academic curriculum, a well-developed campus ministry program focused on faith, character, and leadership, and a proud athletic tradition featuring competitive Division 1 high school athletics in the Catholic Conference.