Tuition for the 2017-2018 school year is $13,200.

We strive to keep additional fees to a minimum and tuition increases modest. Additional expenses include registration, uniforms, books and transportation. 

Saint Mark's is committed to providing an outstanding Catholic education to the young men and women we are privileged to serve. We are also committed to helping parents afford this quality education for their children. To do so, we offer multiple programs that can enhance a family's ability to afford a Saint Mark's education.

Tuition & Other Expenses

Tuition - $13,200

Uniforms - $250 - $350

Books - $350 rental fee

Other Fees - All incoming students are required to independently purchase an iPad air 2 or higher with at least 32 GB of memory

Bus transportation - To Be Determined for 2017 - 2018 (no cost for Avon Grove and Kennett Consolidated school district residents using district transportation)

Scholarships & Need-Based Assistance

List of 5 items.

  • Academic Scholarship

    Academic Scholarships are typically awarded to students scoring above 90% nationally on the placement test and who have also demonstrated consistently high achievement across multiple courses, standardized assessments and come recommended by their teachers, counselors and principals.

  • Need-Based Financial Aid & Spartan Grants

    Saint Mark's provides in excess of $1,000,000 in need-based financial aid and grants every year. FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment will be conducting the financial need analysis for Saint Mark’s for the upcoming school year.

    If your student is interested in obtaining either a Spartan Grant and/or Financial Aid, they will need to apply through FACTS Management. 

    Processing begins on November 1 for prospective families. The deadline for priority consideration is December 21 for the following academic school year.
  • Deadline

    The deadline for priority consideration for need-based financial aid and Spartan Grant consideration is December 21 each year for the following academic year.

    Applications for financial aid will be accepted until February 15, 2015. By applying on or before the December 21 deadline, candidates ensure priority consideration is given to their application to receive aid. Late applications will not be considered until aid has been awarded to those who apply by the December 21 deadline. Candidates for need-based financial aid applying late, after the February 15 closure date will be considered after qualified candidates who applied on or before February 15 have received awards.
  • FACTS Tuition Aid

    Saint Mark's High School uses an outside firm to assess need. Applicants can apply online at Once an online application has been completed, the following information will need to be sent to FACTS to complete the application process:
    • Copies of your prior year tax forms including all supporting tax schedules
    • Copies of your prior year W-2 forms for both you and your spouse
    • Copies of supporting documentation for Social Security Income, Welfare, Child Support, Food Stamps, Workers’ Compensation and TANF
    • Non-refundable payment of the $30.00 application fee
    All supporting documentation can be faxed to 1-866-315-9264 or mailed to the address below:
    FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment
    P.O. Box 82524
    Lincoln, NE 68501-2524
    If you have questions or concerns about the application process, call a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 1.866.315.9262. Other questions can be directed to Celeste Barr in the Saint Mark’s Finance Office at
    Upon the completion of FACTS application evaluations, awards will be made based on the family’s financial need and the amount of money available for distribution from Saint Mark’s High School. Prospective families applying by December 21, will be notified about their awards by no later than January 15; those who apply after December 21 will be notified by March 15.
    PLEASE NOTE: Typically, financial aid awards do not exceed 50% of tuition costs. A financial aid application must be filed each year.
  • Diocese of Wilmington Assistance, Vision For the Future

    This program offers supplemental financial assistance through the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington for those with extreme hardship. For more information, contact the Diocesan Development Office at 302.573.3121.