2022-2023 Tuition Schedule
|Infant & Toddler (Annual)||$9,150|
|Jr. Cubs & Cubs (3-day)||$6,700|
|Jr. Cubs (5-day) - Kindergarten||$9,350|
|Sixth - Eighth Grades||$12,000|
|Ninth - Twelfth Grades||$12,400|
* Tuition includes fees associated with re-enrollment, technology, yearbook, athletics, academic center, and student activities.
Due July 31. Annual pay families who fail to pay tuition in full by July 31, 2022, will result in a 3% late fee.
Payable in three installments, which are due in July, November, and March. The 3-Pay Plan has a 3% installment payment fee.
Payable in 12 installments. The first payment is due in June. The 12-Pay Plan has a 5% installment payment fee.
- Discounts for the third child ($750), fourth child ($2,000), fifth child ($2,000), and sixth child ($2,500) in the same family will be credited to the final payment on the 3-Pay Plan and on the 12-Pay Plan.
NOT INCLUDED IN 2022-2023 TUITION
- Any fees associated with advanced placement courses
- Fees associated with any extracurricular activities
- After school care and Camp Bruins
- After school enrichment and summer school classes
- Lunch debit cards
- Field trips
- Individual student supply lists
TUITION REFUND PLAN (TRP)
Your financial obligation to the school is for the full annual tuition as stated in the school’s enrollment contract. The school cannot refund tuition or cancel unpaid obligations if your child is forced to withdraw during the academic year.
If your son or daughter withdraws, the Tuition Refund Plan will pay benefits (subject to the terms of the policy and the amount insured) to the school, which provides substantial assistance in meeting your financial obligation.
Every year, thousands of students must withdraw from private schools. The following are examples of reasons why:
- Family Move
- Change of Objective
- Injury or Sickness
- Death of Parent or Student
- Disciplinary Dismissal
- Scholastic Difficulties
- Financial Problems
- Mental Health Conditions
- Job Loss
At USJ, we realize that choosing an independent school education is a commitment and a substantial investment for your child’s future. We strive to meet the financial need of all of our families, and because of that, we offer a need-based financial aid policy. Need-based aid is the difference between what it cost to attend USJ and the family’s ability to pay. USJ uses Blackbaud Smart Aid, a national, independent firm to review financial information submitted and determine if your family qualifies for financial aid. For more information visit the Affording USJ section of our website.
QUESTIONS? Contact our business office at 731-664-0812 or email@example.com.