The tuition to attend Saint Peter Catholic School is extremely competitive with other non-public schools in the area. We seek to achieve the balance of affordable tuition while offering the best education to our students.
Click here for the 2019-2020 tuition rates.
Click here for 2019-2020 registration fees.
Click here to set up tuition payment (FACTS).
The opportunity to attend Saint Peter Catholic School should not be hindered by finances. Tuition assistance can come in many forms.
Tuition assistance from Saint Peter Catholic Church
Tuition assistance is granted on a yearly basis for members of Saint Peter Catholic Church who qualify. The church serves as many families as it can. A new application is required for each year the assistance is needed. A church application must be completed along with an online application in the FACTS program. Applications are due March 1.
Click here for the church application.
Click here for the online FACTS application for tuition assistance.
NC Opportunity Scholarship
The Opportunity Scholarship Program expands school choice in North Carolina through scholarship grants for eligible children in Kindergarten through 12th grade. This program provides funding of up to $4,200 per year for eligible children who choose to attend a participating nonpublic school. Applications can be submitted starting on February 1. For more information, click here.
African Ancestry and Native American Ancestry Assistance
The Diocese of Raleigh Office of African Ancestry Ministry & Evangelization (AAMEN) and Native American Catholic Community provides tuition assistance for Catholic schools in the Diocese. The online Tuition Assistance application for African Ancestry and Native American Ancestry will
open on January 28, 2019. The deadline for the 2019-2020 school year is April 1, 2019. Applications will not be considered after this date.
Click here to apply. Click here for more information.
Using 529 Plans for tuition at Saint Peter Catholic School
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed by Congress on December 22, 2017 adds new section 529(c)(7) to permit qualified tuition plans to make nontaxable distributions for tuition in connection with attendance or enrollment at an elementary or secondary public, private, or religious school, up to $10,000 incurred during each tax year, on a per-student basis.
A significant benefit of a section 529 plan is the ability to grow income tax free until amounts are distributed for a “qualified higher education expense,” which now includes tuition and other expenses for attendance at K-12 Catholic schools. Thus, the change benefits those who can and do take advantage of 529 plans.
Click here for more information on how 529 funds can now be used for tuition at Saint Peter Catholic School.
For more information, please call Jeanne Von Lehmden at (252) 752-3529 or email email@example.com.