Tuition & Fees
At Trinity, we are committed to maintaining academic excellence for all students. We are equally determined to offer tuition payment plans and financial aid opportunities that make Trinity the right choice for families.
Tuition for the 2018-19 school year:
$14,220 when paid in full by July 15, 2018
$14,570 for a four-payment plan [July, September, January, March ]
$14,920 for a 10-month plan [Payments begin in July, either once or twice per month]
Financial aid award notices are sent in early May.
All tuition accounts must be selected with FACTS by May 15, 2018
Registration: $75 [Billed in January to all returning families. Incoming families pay at Class Registration in February. Secures a place in scheduling of classes for the next school year.]
Student Activity: $125 [Invoiced with tuition. Provides for House T-shirt, admission to certain games and school events, Shamrock yearbook, school photos, souvenir House lanyard ID, student accident insurance.]
Graduation: $125 [Only seniors. Invoiced with tuition. Provides for college guidance administrative services, graduation weekend events, transcripts.]
Non-Parishioner: $55 [Billed once a year. Supplements Archdiocesan support the school receives for those who are members of a Catholic parish.]
Making Your Payment:
RETURNING FAMILIES will receive an email notification from FACTS automatically re-enrolling you into the established FACTS tuition account from this school year on April 30. Your account will initially be in “pending status” and Trinity will finalize all plans before payments begin in July. If your family qualified for tuition assistance, the total amount will be credited to your account before payments begin in July. If you would like to alter your current payment plan, please contact Ms. Sharon Demling in the Trinity Business Office at 502-736-2105 or FACTS directly to make changes before May 15. Any necessary updates to your banking information can be done directly through your FACTS account. All accounts and banking information must be updated and current by May 15, 2018.
NEW FAMILIES will select a tuition payment plan following email instructions you will receive from FACTS on April 30. FACTS will provide an ONLINE ACCESS and UNIQUE CODE allowing you to select a payment plan. Once a payment plan has been selected your account will be in “pending status” and Trinity will finalize all plans before payments begin in July. If your family qualified for tuition assistance, the total amount will be credited to your account before payments begin in July. If you have questions, please contact Mr. James Torra at 736-2120 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All accounts and banking information must be updated and current by May 15, 2018.
Families selecting the “full amount” plan must still enroll with FACTS and make payment directly to FACTS by July 15 after creating an account.
Families choosing the four-payment or 10-month plan must enroll with FACTS and supply current and accurate banking information for payments after creating an account.
To learn more about or register for our Work-Study program click here.
To access or create your FACTS account click here.
If you have any questions please contact Mr. James Torra at 736-2120 or email@example.com or Mr. Larry Castagno at 736-2145 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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