Don't allow our tuition fees to be a barrier.  Contact our Admissions team for tuition assistance information.

An independent school education is an investment, one that shapes your child’s future success. At HSP, students benefit from:

  • High-quality and challenging academic instruction from instructors who care about each student's whole development: heart and mind, body and soul
  • Faith formation strengthens their love of Christ and dedication to serving others, fortifying them to live their faith with confidence
  • A close community of support for them and their family

Formed by a first-rate Catholic education, we expect our students to grow in the qualities that make up the Portrait of an HSP Student.

Tuition and Additional Fees


Tuition for the programs below may be found at 2022 - 2023 Preschool Hours and Tuition

  • 6 months - 2 yrs | 2-day | 3-day | 5-day
  • PreK-2 | 2-day | 3-day | 5-day
  • PreK-3 | 3-day | 5-day
  • PreK-4 | 5-day 

Lower School
  • K - 5th | $21,540

Middle School
  • 6th - 8th | $21,790
High School
  • 9th - 12th | $24,780

Families may pay tuition annually, semi-annually, or monthly. Discounts are available to families who choose to pay annually or semi-annually. The one-payment (annual) option is due on January, and the first payment on the two-payment (semi-annually) plan is due on February 

Details on Tuition and Additional Fees

Included in Lower, Middle, and High School Tuition and Fees

  • Lunch 
  • 1:1 iPads K-1st, Chromebooks (6th-11th)
  • Books (K-8th)
  • PVA Membership
  • After-school tutorials and Cougar Hour

Technology Fee:

  • $500 (6th-11th)
  • $250 (12th with school-approved personal laptop)

Not Included in Tuition

  • Textbooks (9th-12th)*
  • Uniforms*
  • School Supplies*
  • Class trips
  • Extracurricular activity fees

* Required

Additional Tuition for Resource Centers

Holy Spirit Preparatory School began a resource program over a decade ago so that families who wanted to send their children to HSP could keep their family together even if one child had some learning differences.

Our John Carroll Resource Center in the Lower School and Middle School and Pope Benedict XVI Center in the High School exist to help us serve the whole Catholic family. Our resource centers are able to provide additional support and resources to students of average to above-average intelligence with mild dyslexia.

Learn About Tuition Assistance Opportunities