St. Paul's High School is committed to fostering personal responsibility and social justice. To that end, the School strives to ensure that all qualified applicants who are accepted can attend regardless of their ability to pay tuition. Further, St. Paul's strives to balance offering affordable tuition while providing excellence in education.

The school receives an annual per student grant from the Province of Manitoba equal to approximately 50% of the per student amount given to the public system. This grant contributes to educational costs directly related to the classroom, namely teacher salaries and benefits and curricular materials.

St. Paul's assesses an annual tuition, which contributes to the day-to-day operation of the school including energy costs, basic maintenance and building upkeep, technology upgrades, athletics and other related costs.

Tuition

Tuition for the current 2017-2018 academic year is $8,575. The cost of educating a student at St. Paul's High School is $14,000.00 per year. This cost is provided for by a combination of tuition, a per student government grant and various fundraising efforts. Tuition is set, traditionally, in mid-March, by our Board of Directors. International students are charged, at minimum, the full cost of educating a student at St. Paul's High School.

There are three payment options for tuition:

  1. Prompt Payment ($1,000 tuition deposit with the balance due on September 1);
  2. Deferred Payment ($1,000 tuition deposit with balance due in monthly instalments July 1 through April 1), and;
  3. Bursary Application (upon acceptance families request a Bursary Application).

Financial Aid

Full and partial bursaries are available to any student, based on financial need, as determined by our Bursary Committee. The bursary application process begins after the school has accepted a student. St. Paul's does not offer entrance scholarships; bursaries exist only to meet the needs of families who demonstrate a financial need.

Our Bursary Committee reviews all bursary applications and all information provided to St. Paul's High School is kept in the strictest confidence. For additional information, contact Fr. Len Altilia, S.J. at (204) 831-2304 or laltilia@stpauls.mb.ca.

Tax Deductions

A portion of our tuition is considered a charitable donation according to Canada Revenue Agency guidelines. The exact amount of the donation/receipt varies from year to year based on the audited financial statements from the previous year. Thus, your first receipt will be dated December 31 of the calendar year in which your son completes his first year. Your final receipt will be dated December 31 of the year in which your son graduates. Please contact our Business Manager, Mr. Richard Pelda, at (204) 831-2333 if further clarification is required.

Textbook Damage Deposit and Lock Fee

A $100 Textbook Damage Deposit is payable upon entrance to St. Paul's High School and is refundable in full or in part upon graduation, depending on deductions that may be assessed for abnormal wear. A $20 lock fee is also payable at the start of your son's first year.

Fundraising

Fundraising plays an important role in the financial well being of St. Paul's High School. The success of our fundraising efforts has a significant effect in both determining our annual tuition fee and in the calculation that determines how much of the tuition fee is receiptable for tax purposes. Our expectation is that all parents will participate in these fundraising ventures with the gift of both their time and financial resources, in every respect according to their means.

155_photo

Bursary Statistics

  • 1 in 7 students receives a form of financial aid

  • $5,511: Average bursary awarded to applicants

  • As much as $500,000/year has been awarded in recent years

This is a question?