HS Admissions

Tuition, Financial Aid and Scholarships

Paying for Your Student’s Tuition

Registration Fee/Deposit

There is $175.00 non-refundable registration fee and $850.00 tuition deposit due within 7 days of acceptance to hold your teen's place in the class for all new St. Mary's High School students. You will use parent credentials to login to MyStMarys. Look for a banner that says your form/contract is ready for acceptance. Click on the contract, accept, choose enroll within your checklist. You will be re-directed automatically to Smart Tuition to setup a new tuition account. Smart Tuition replaces FACTS for our tuition management. 

FINANCIAL AID 2020-2021 

We use the FACTS Grant and Aid System for the financial aid process. 
Upload 2018 taxes ONLY and submit your expenses and family dynamic
- You will receive notifcation of award if applicable. 
- Requires 2018 taxes to apply, 2019 W2 will be required in the spring of 2020
- Be specific in your itemized data and description of your family situation 
- Unfortunately, no full scholarship options available 

Questions regarding scholarships or financial aid can be directed to Dom Lamolinara, Director of Admissions at 410-990-4236 or hsadmissions@stmarysannapolis.org 

The St. Mary's Tuition and Fees

Tuition Rates for 2019-2020 

Catholic            $14,577
Non-Catholic   $16,320

Freshmen/Sophomores Activity Fee $ 535.00 

Juniors/Seniors Activity Fee $ 1020.00 

List of 5 frequently asked questions.

  • What is Financial Aid?

    Financial Aid is tuition assistance provided for families who demonstrate financial need to offset the cost of tuition.  Financial Aid awards are available to all families that qualify. 
  • Should our family apply for financial aid?

    Parishioners who feel that the tuition and educational fees may be a hardship to their family budget should apply for financial aid. There are many factors affecting eligibility for financial aid and therefore you should apply for aid, even if you think you don't qualify. You will be notified of potential awards in February 2018. 
  • How is our family's financial need determined?

    FACTS compares your income and your expenses and based on a set calculation/analysis that every families goes through comes up with a recommended need amount for each family.  Based upon that need St. Mary’s allocates a certain percentage of financial aid utilizing available budgeted funds. Once the financial aid process has concluded on 12/31, full consideration is at the discretion of the president.
  • Who will see the information provided by FACTS to the school?

    FACTS receives all tax information from each family. FACTS will do their review of all documentation provided. The documentation provided by the applicant is imaged upon receipt by FACTS and then destroyed for security purposes. St. Mary’s tuition office will review the information provided as needed to determine financial need for each family.
  • Can you consider our application for financial aid if we have not provided all the information requested?

    FACTS requires all documentation be received before they can complete their review which is needed in order for St. Mary’s to determine need for each family. The verification process can take up to 14 days or longer. 

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St. Mary’s Parish, a Catholic congregation served by the Redemptorist Order, includes St. Mary’s Church and St. John Neumann Mission Church. St. Mary's Elementary and High School located in downtown Annapolis, Maryland, serve students in grades Kindergarten through 12. Anchored in faith, rooted in tradition, and committed to excellence, our programs build lifelong learners who are servant leaders.