2016 / 2017 Tuition Costs
St. John Catholic School is a vital mission of St. John the Evangelist Parish. The actual projected cost per student, grades Preschool-8th for the new year, is cost-based. Hence, the tuition and fees reflect our commitment for fiscal responsibility and accountability. St. John Catholic Church and the other Catholic parishes support the school by subsidizing our school budget. This collaborative effort ensures that Christ’s mission of Evangelization within the greater Panama City area will remain vibrant. All parents enrolling their children will need to commit themselves to the conditions below in order for us to fulfill our stewardship of Catholic education.
There are some changes to take into account as you discern the path you wish to take with registration: Families must sign up for F.A.C.T.S. Tuition Management Plan by completing an enrollment form at the time of registration. For assistance, in signing up, please contact Tonya Thompson, St. John Catholic School Office Manager at 850-763-1821. F.A.C.T.S. Tuition is also the only way after care can be paid. The school no longer accepts payment for either after care or the lunch/drink program. The Registration Fee is $200.00 (and $50.00 for each additional child) for Returning Families; however, the Fee will jump to $250.00 (and $50.00 for each additional child) on March 1. Any Families with a balance due on their Tuition or After Care Accounts for the 2015-2016 school year must have a zero balance in their account before registering their children for the next school year. Call Tonya, our Office Manager at 850-763-1821 to rectify this matter and avoid waiting lists. Registration cards without registration fees will be set aside until the fee is paid. If the fee is not paid by March 1, the fee will be $250.00 for the first child and $50.00 for each additional child. We do anticipate waiting list.
- St. John School follows the Admission Policy as defined by the State of Florida and the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee.
- St. John School admits students without regard to race, ethnicity, religion or national origin.
- Non-Catholic students are welcome. About 20% of the student body is non-Catholic.
- Financial assistance is available.