Tuition for Mary Queen of Peace School

Enrollment Fee:
Pre-School through 8th Grade - $250 per student (non-refundable) 

Tuition Fee (2021-2022):

Kindergarten - 8th Grade:
$  5,700     1 Child
$  9,100     2 Children
$11,750     3 or more Children
 

Preschool Tuition (2021-2022): Ranges from $3,000 - $5,500 based on selected schedule. 

3 half days or less $3,000
4 half days $3,500
5 half days $4,200
3 full days $4,200
4 full days $4,700
5 full days $5,500

 

Mixed half and full days available.  

Note for Pre-School and PreK 4 Programs: For Emergency purposes: Option to add a full day at $60/day or a half day at $30/day. Permission must be given by the teacher. There is a grace period of 15 minutes for pickup. After 15 minutes, the fee is $10 for every 15 minutes that parents are late.

Chromebook Fee: A $300 Chromebook fee will be billed to all incoming 6th grade students through incidental billing in FACTS Tuition Management. The student will be responsible for the Chromebook through the 8th grade and will own it at the end of 8th grade. Click here for more information.

Tuition Assistance: Grants are available through the Today and Tomorrow Education Foundation (TTEF) through the Archdiocese of St. Louis. To apply for a grant, please visit ttef-stl.org. Scholarships are also available through MQP Parish. The parish scholarship application can be completed as part of the enrollment process. 

Payment Plan: Payment plans are offered through FACTS Tuition Management. Contact Sue O'Leary, Mary Queen of Peace Business Manager, for more information.
 

Tuition Policy during the COVID-19 Pandemic:
Please see below to help answer questions regarding tuition addressing potential changes in the 2021-2022 school year due to Covid-19.

  • If tuition is paid and a parent withdraws their child(ren) before school starts, MQP will reimburse the tuition paid. Enrollment fees and any fees associated with enrollment and fees to set up a tuition plan are not reimbursable.
  • If a child(ren) are being instructed and receiving assignments at school or through distant learning, the requirement is that tuition will continue to be paid.
  • If a child(ren) start school and then a parent decides to withdraw them, tuition would be due for the time they are in school and/or receiving distant learning and will be prorated based on when a child(ren) is withdrawn. The remaining tuition would be cancelled.
  • If a parent withdraws their child(ren) from school due to distant learning and would like to have their child(ren) return when children are back at school, it will be discussed on a case by case basis with the recommendation to return with a new quarter and/or semester.