Tuition & Assistance

We are excited about your interest in St. John Vianney High School. Our tuition of $16,650 for the 2021-2022 school year covers almost all of your costs with the exception of textbooks. We also offer annual, quarterly, and monthly payment plans so you can select the option that best serves you. Our goal is to keep Vianney within financial reach for your family. Understanding this is a major investment, we want to share several tuition assistance options:

MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS | Students meeting certain academic criteria in their grades and test scores are automatically awarded a merit scholarship. The Marianist Scholarship is worth $2,500, and the Founders Scholarship is worth $1,500.

FINANCIAL AID GRANTS | Families may be eligible for financial aid based on their current financial situation. The application deadline is January 15 each year. Starting in October, parents may complete the SmartAid Application and receive a range of potential aid. These are not official offers but give an idea of what you may receive if your student applies for admission.

Families may also qualify for our Work Study Program and Multiple Son Discount.  

NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS | Vianney has been blessed by an outpouring of support towards scholarship assistance from many families, alumni, and our community. There are 20 named scholarships, all with varying criteria, many of which are open to incoming freshmen. Students need to submit an application to be considered for these scholarships.

ARCHDIOCESAN SCHOLARSHIPS | The Education Fund offers scholarships for families seeking a Catholic education for their children. 

PAYMENT PLANS | We offer annual (1), quarterly (4), and monthly (11) payment plans so you can select the option that best serves you. If you pay in full during the month of June, you will earn a 2% discount on the remaining balance after the deposit and any financial assistance or scholarships.

Please do not hesitate to contact Janet Cochran in our Business Office at 314-965-4853 x153 or if you have any questions.