Tuition and Financial Aid
Individualized Tuition Plans
We are dedicated to making an Immaculate education an option for families who are committed to the mission and values of our school. Our goal is to work with you, one on one, to arrive at a fair and feasible tuition plan. Each year, our development programs raise funds to offset the difference between the true cost of education and the actual tuition our families pay. Your tuition plan may include an academic scholarship, financial aid, sibling discount and/or alumni legacy scholarship. We also offer various payment plans.
Contact the Business Office at 203-744-1510 x156 for special arrangements regarding the financial aid application for 2022-2023 admissions. Financial aid applications for the 2023-24 school year opened on September 1, 2022.
Each year Immaculate allocates approximately $1 million to families in the form of scholarships and financial assistance. We are here to partner with you to make an Immaculate education possible.
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Immaculate High School's Class of 2022 were not only accepted into some of the top colleges and universities in the country, including Yale, Notre Dame, Georgetown, Boston College, Villanova, UNC, UVA, Wake Forest, Northeastern and many more, but the 117 graduates also earned over $33.5 million in college scholarships, grants and merit awards! Compare those results with schools that cost 2-3x the annual tuition of Immaculate. Each year at our annual Alumni College Panel, recent graduates tell us how prepared they are for college and how their counselor helped them find the perfect college fit. An investment in the right high school will pay dividends. To set up a tour to learn more about Immaculate, please call (203) 744-1510 x148 or visit our admissions page.
Tuition and Fees
|Charge||SY 2022 - 2023||Period Fees Charged||Applicable Grade|
|Tuition||$16,750.00||July||All students - includes e-books|
|IPA (Immaculate Parent Association) Dues||$50||July||All Students (per family)|
|MASC (Mustang All Sports Club) Fee||$75||
Sports Club (One-time fee for student athletes only)
|Students Fees (retreats, Fitness Center, standardized testing, and after-school clubs and Learning Commons access)||$150||July||
|Tuition Refund Insurance||
|July||Mandatory for Payment Plans only (per family)|
|New Student Registration Fee||$50||July||Freshman/Transfers (per family)|
Additional Grade Level Fees
|Charge||SY 2022-2023||Period Fees Charged||Applicable Grade|
|PSAT Test Fee||$50||October||Freshman/Sophomore/Junior - mandatory|
|ACT Test Fee||$80||October||Junior - mandatory|
Our desire is that families, who are committed to the mission and values of an Immaculate High School education, are able to attend. Because of this, we offer financial assistance and scholarship opportunities. For questions regarding financial assistance, contact the IHS Business Office at (203) 744-1510 ext. 156. To submit a financial aid application, please click the blue box to the right to be connected to FACTS.
Merit and need-based scholarships are awarded each year. Merit scholarships are strictly performance based. Needs-based scholarships require a FACTS financial aid application to be submitted.
Immaculate offers incoming freshman students who receive 85%-99% on their HSPT or the TACHS exam four-year merit scholarships. The range of the scholarships are $2500 - $6500 each year for four years. Merit scholarship recipients are invited to become a member of the Leading Scholars Program in their freshman and sophomore year.
Our needs-based scholarship program is funded by private donors. The selection of recipients is based on the scholarship criteria established by the donor. Awards for incoming freshmen are announced between December and February of each school year. Re-enrolling students are informed in February of each school year.
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