Admissions

Tuition & Financial Aid

The Affordability of Strake Jesuit

We believe that the cost of tuition should not deter a student from attending Strake Jesuit and are committed to working with each family's unique circumstances to provide need-based tuition assistance.

At Strake Jesuit, we accept students based on their ability to succeed in the classroom; embrace our Catholic, Jesuit mission; and become a leader and Man for Others - NOT their economic circumstances. For the 2022-23 school year, over 20% of the student body will receive financial aid from a budget of nearly $4.8 million. Awards ranged from $3,000 to full aid after deposit and the average award was $14,500. All applicants are notified of financial aid awarded when they receive their acceptance letter in March.

Tuition & Textbooks

Tuition is $24,465 for the 2022-2023 school year. For incoming freshmen and transfer students, a non-refundable $1,050 payment is due at the time of registration ($500 registration fee, $500 tuition deposit, and $50 Tuition Management fee).

Strake Jesuit now provides textbooks directly to families at no additional costs beyond the cost of tuition. In the past, our families typically spent $400-$800 per year on textbooks. E-books are sent directly to a student's iPad and printed textbooks are shipped directly to his home. Tuition also includes the cost of the student's iPad, P.E. uniform, science goggles, AP fees, parking tag fees, and more!

How to Apply for Financial Aid

Note: The 2023-2024 Financial Aid application will be available in October.

Strake Jesuit has contracted with Blackbaud Financial Aid Management to process all financial aid applications and provide an objective evaluation of each family's financial need. Blackbaud Financial Aid Management is a nationally recognized leader in financial need evaluation services for Catholic and private schools.

Apply Online

Creating Your Account
Please visit the Blackbaud Financial Aid Management website and create your account by entering your primary email address as your username. Blackbaud Financial Aid will use this email address to contact you in the event that your application is “on hold” for missing documentation. Once you create your username and password, you will receive a verification email. Once you click the verification link to verify that you are the account holder, you will be able to log in using the username and password you created. Please be advised that if you do not click the verification link that is sent to your email address, you will not be able to log in or reset your password.

Submitting Documentation
Documentation should be submitted at the time the application is completed. Application IDs must be included on all documents. Failure to include your ID will delay processing of your application. Please be advised that each document must be uploaded separately under the appropriate document type in order for your application to automatically move into the review status.

Application Rollover
If you created a Blackbaud Financial Aid account to apply for financial aid in a prior year, your application will roll over into the next school year. Your username and password will remain the same, as well as your application ID number (with the exception of the first two digits as that indicate the school year). The Parent/Guardian and Dependents section of the application will be auto-filled for you, you will simply need to confirm the information before advancing to the next sections of the application. If any information from the Parent/Guardian and Dependent section should be updated, please make the necessary changes.

Blackbaud Financial Aid Contact Information
If you have any questions or issues regarding your application, we encourage you to reach out to Blackbaud Financial Aid Management's Customer Support at financialaidsupport@blackbaud.school or (800) 360-8027. Once your application is submitted, you will need to contact Customer Support in order to make revisions to your application.

Frequently Asked Questions

List of 10 frequently asked questions.

Questions?

If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Andrew Montroy, Financial Aid Coordinator, by phone at 713.490.8120 or by e-mail.