Applications and Forms
Tuition and Fees
Director of Finance
- C.P.A. and B.B.A. - Lamar University
Business Office Assistant
2013-2014 Tuition and Fees
The St. Pius X School Board has approved the following tuition rates and fees for the 2013-2014 school year:
$12,500-paid in full or $1,250 per month (payable July 1 thru April 1)
- One student family $12,500
- Two student family $25,000
- Three student family $31,250 (1/2 tuition for third student)
Tuition and Fees Breakdown
||Incoming and New Students
|Non-refundable. Fee is due at the time the student registers.
||Late fee of $25 if paid after the 15th. Tuition includes retreat fee, DelSarto yearbook, handbook & planner, PSAT/PLAN tests, PTO dues, school newspaper, student accident insurance (secondary coverage), student id card and five transcripts for seniors.
|Late fee of $25 if paid after due date.
| Athletic Fees: |
||Fee is per sport.
||$80 or $50
||$80 or $50
||Upon car registration
$80 per vehicle per semester in the N. Shepherd/W. Donovan lot
$50 per vehicle per semester in the Brinkman lot
|Returned Check Fee
Learning for Success Program Fees for 2013-2014
||9th and 10th
||One credit course (Academic Strategies I or II), classroom and testing accommodations, support/monitoring and tutorial management by the Learning Center Staff.
||9th - 12th
||Classroom and testing accommodations beyond extended time, support/monitoring and tutorial management by the Learning Center Staff.
||9th - 12th
Families seeking financial aid must file an online application through the Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST) Program. The deadline for financial aid applications for the 2013-2014 was February 15, 2013. After February 15, online applications for financial aid for the 2013-2014 school year are available through the St. Pius X website only for transfer students and students that have a family status change. The family status change includes divorce, birth or adoption of a child, death of a spouse or child, loss of employment, involuntary reduction of hours worked or medical illness.
A key component of Catholic education is stewardship. In 2012-2013, St. Pius X students were expected to sell a minimum of $320 of raffle tickets in support of the spring fundraiser. This amount may be slightly increased in 2013-2014. Parents will be encouraged to participate (at a level commensurate with each family's ability to give) in the Annual Fund Drive in the fall. In both efforts, our goal is 100% participation as a sign our School community fully supports the mission of St. Pius X.
St. Pius X has contracted with Avalon Company to process the sale and purchase of textbooks. In May, there will be a campus buyback of textbooks. Seniors will be able to sell their books at St. Pius X on the last day of senior exams. Underclassmen will be able to sell their books at St. Pius X on the last day of underclassmen exams.
In July, students will be purchasing books online through myschoolbookstore.com. More details on times and locations will be provided in mailings and on the website.
The use of carpools is encouraged by St. Pius X for those students who may live in the outlying areas. If anyone is interested in carpooling please call the school at 713-579-7506 (Ms. Flores) and a list of the students living in your zip code will be provided to you.
Uniform Ordering Information
Used Uniform Sale
There will be a USED UNIFORM SALE in the Ladies Locker Room (near Herzstein gym) from 7:30-8:30 a.m. and 1-2 p.m. on Friday, June 14, 2013. ALL PURCHASES MUST BE MADE USING CASH. For more information or to make an appointment, you may also call the school office at (713) 692-3581 ext. 109 (Mary).
New Uniform Sale
Mills Uniform Company is the exclusive provider of uniforms for St. Pius X High School. Uniforms can be purchased through Mills’ Houston Memorial Store located at 9331 Katy Freeway, Suite B in Houston (Phone: 713-464-3400) and on a customized webstore at millswear.com. Our School Code is 7217.
Tuition is due on the 1st of each month.
Tuition refund policy
Parent/guardian is responsible for the tuition for the entire month in which the student withdrew.
Parent/guardian is responsible for the tuition for the current and prior month in which the student begins classes.