Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy
Tuition Rates for 2020/2021 School Year
Ten Non-Refundable Payments due the 1st of June 2020*, Sept. 2020, Oct. 2020, Nov. 2020, Dec. 2020, Jan. 2021, Feb. 2021, March 2021, April 2021, and May 2021
(*Non-Refundable First Tuition Payment for families not currently enrolled in Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy Grades K-8 is due by April 1, 2020)
Kindergarten through 8th Grade, Catholic Affiliated Rate
One Child: $5,475
Two Children: $8,500
Three Children: $11,100
Four or more Children: $13,600 plus $2,500/child above 4
Kindergarten through 8th Grade, Non-Catholic Rate
One Child: $6,100
Two Children: $9,600
Three Children: $12,550
Four or more Children: $15,350 plus $2,800/child above 4
Nursery, No siblings in K-8
Nursery 5 day AM session: $4,250
Nursery 3 day PM session: $3,200
Nursery 5 full days: $7,900
Nursery, Siblings in K-8
Nursery 5 day AM session: $3,850
Nursery 3 day PM session: $2,950
Nursery 5 full days: $7,250
Starting January 13, 2020, partial tuition assistance for the 2019-20 school year is available through Futures in Education!
Financial aid is available for eligible students in Kindergarten to Grade 8 who attend a Catholic Academy or Parish School within the Diocese of Brooklyn. Families must meet financial eligibility requirements to be considered.
When is the deadline?
- March 31, 2020– Returning Families who received an award in the previous academic year.
- April 30, 2020– New families (did not receive an award in previous academic year).
- Applications will only be considered completed when all required supporting documents have been submitted.
Please Note: After the April 29, 2019 deadline, families will still be permitted to apply for financial aid but priority will first be given to families who applied before the April 29th deadline. If funding is exhausted, applicants are encouraged to reach out to the academy or school where their child is registered regarding other options that may be available.
FACTS is a third-party vendor selected by Futures in Education to conduct fair and confidential financial need assessments. To learn more about Futures in Education, please visit futuresineducation.org.