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Tuition & Financial Aid

An affordable Jesuit education is within your reach
At Regis Jesuit, we strive for all families to feel that an exceptional, Jesuit high school experience is both a valuable investment and accessible. We award financial aid based on need, while taking every family’s individual circumstances into consideration. All families are encouraged to apply for financial aid, as the cost of tuition should not prevent a child from reaching their full potential at Regis Jesuit.
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Financial Aid Statistics

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  • 1 in 3

    Students receive
    Need-Based Financial Aid
  • $11.5K+

    Average Financial Aid Award
    For 2021-22, the average amount of aid given was more than $11,500
  • $6.4M+

    in Financial Aid
    awarded annually

Financial Aid Process

We recognize that a Catholic Jesuit private school education is both a powerful investment in your child’s future as well as a considerable financial commitment. Regis Jesuit remains committed to making the Raider experience accessible to students from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds. All families are encouraged to complete Regis Jesuit’s need-based financial aid application: FACTS Grant & Aid Financial Assessment. We take many factors into consideration when evaluating your family’s specific situation including family size, employment situation and college expenses. We strive to meet the needs of all applicants to the best of our ability.

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  • Financial Aid & Admissions Timeline

    • October 1, 2021: Financial Aid Applications open for the 2022-23 school year
    • November 20 or December 4, 2021: High School Placement Test Dates
    • December 3, 2021: Admissions Applications and Financial Aid Applications due for incoming students
    • February 18, 2022: Admissions Decisions and Financial Aid Award Notifications for incoming students
  • What You Need to Apply for Financial Aid

    The following items are needed to apply for Financial Aid:
    OPTIONAL
    Regis Jesuit requests financial information from both custodial and non-custodial parents to be submitted when a family is applying for financial aid. Exceptions to this policy can be made in appropriate situations—typically when there is truly only one parent in the child’s life. If you are a single parent and need to request a waiver of a second parent’s information, please complete the Special Circumstance Financial Aid Form and upload to your FACTS Financial Aid application. See directions for how to upload documentation on the Special Circumstance Form. For assistance or questions, please reach out to Britt Davis, Assistant Director of Admissions for Financial Aid.
  • Special Circumstances

    Regis Jesuit recognizes that a family’s financial situation can change at any given time. If your family is experiencing financial hardship of any kind or has significant expenses that are not reflected in your tax information, then we encourage you to complete the Special Circumstance Financial Aid Form.

    Common situations include but are not limited to: financial hardship due to COVID-19, job loss, loss of income, recent divorce, absent second parent support, death in the family and excessive medical bills. For directions and additional documentation please refer to the Special Circumstance Form.
Tuition for the 2021-22 school year is $19,275.
A registration fee of $400 (freshmen) or $250 (all others) is due upon acceptance and is credited toward tuition. This year's tuition includes the cost of additional fees for graduation, the ACT and Advanced Placement exams as well as any class-specific fees such as books, workbooks and course fees. Each February, tuition for the following school year is established by the Regis Jesuit Board of Trustees.

Payment Options

Regis Jesuit High School tuition is paid through FACTS Tuition Management Co. FACTS provides electronic payment options of one, two or ten installments with payment(s) beginning in July of each year.

Questions about Financial Aid?

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    Britt Davis 

    Assistant Director of Admissions for Financial Aid
    (303) 269-8096

Additional Aid Resources

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  • Raider Opportunity Fund

    The Raider Opportunity Fund, which has combined the St. Francis Xavier and Montoya Funds, is a unified school fund that assists both our young men and women in participating fully in the life of the school. This qualified financial assistance helps students with school-related costs such as iPads, transportation to and from school, dress code requirements, meal program, sports and activity fees and travel, service immersion experiences, as well as participation in school events and dances.

    If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, please fill out the Raider Opportunity Fund Request Form or contact Britt Davis, Assistant Director of Admissions for Financial Aid at bdavis@regisjesuit.com.

    If you are interested in assisting students and families in need, please make a gift on our website to the Raider Opportunity Fund or contact Mindae Russell, Vice President of Advancement at mrussell@regisjesuit.com.
  • Alliance for Choice in Education (ACE) Scholarship

    The Alliance for Choice in Education (ACE) believes that every child deserves a great education and are committed to helping low-income parents provide that opportunity to their children. ACE's mission is to provide children of low-income families with scholarships to private schools in grades K-12 and to advocate for expanded school choice.

    To qualify for an ACE Scholarship, the adjusted gross income for your family must be below the Free and Reduced Lunch guidelines. For example, for a family of four, adjusted gross income would need to be below $44,863.

    For additional information on ACE Scholarships, visit www.acescholarships.org.
    To apply for consideration, please contact Britt Davis.

    DEADLINE: April 15
  • Saint Amelia Education Guild

    St. Amelia is a non-profit organization (501C3) that contracts with the food service industry at Denver and Colorado Springs area venues, providing families the opportunity to earn funds for private and higher education.

    Families, including students age 15+, enroll as Saint Amelia contractors and choose to work events that fit into their busy schedule. Contractors are paid for their events worked at the end of each month, and can use the funds at an educational institution of their choice for things like tuition, technology, athletics, mission trips, school dances, etc. Work as much, or as little as you like with your family and friends at Broncos, Rockies, Avalanche and Nuggets games, as well as concerts and weddings!

    Enroll today at saintamelia.org or contact our Regis Jesuit representative, Laurie Christian at laurie@saintamelia.org for more information.
  • Step Up Youth Corporation

    Step Up is about making our community better, and giving everyone a chance! Step Up Youth Corporation is a non-profit organization (501C3) that provides scholarships for education and activities for youth and families. Step Up volunteers help in concession stands at area venues like Coors Field, Mile High Stadium, Ball Arena, Dick’s Sporting Goods Park and Bandimere Speedway. In return, these venues donate money to Step Up for scholarships that can pay toward your child’s educational expenses, sports expenses, extracurricular activities and more! A small percentage of each scholarship goes toward a donation to Step Up at-risk, marginalized youth in the Denver-Metro area.

    Volunteers can sign up online at stepupyouth.org or contact Lynn Kelley at 720.434.1166 with questions.

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