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Tuition and Financial Assistance

Value of a Nerinx Education

When you're searching for the next school for your daughter, you want to find the place that you believe is worth the investment.

What sets Nerinx Hall apart?

  • 100% college acceptance rate
  • 250+ elected leadership opportunities 
  • 80% of faculty hold advanced degrees
  • 40+ clubs and student-run organizations 
  • Students come from 70 zip codes and 140 grade and middle schools
  • 200+ courses with 27 dual credit courses, 30 Honors Courses, and 20 AP Courses

A quality education is one of the most important investments you will ever make. If you have any questions about the Nerinx difference, please contact our Admissions Office at

2024-2025 Tuition



Registration Fee and Deposit

$575 ($500 is deducted from tuition payments)

Laptop Lease and Technology Fee $650
Comprehensive Student Fee $350


Approximately $300-$500

Students participating in Athletics pay a one-time per year fee of $200 to cover the cost of uniforms, facility rentals, tournament fees, some transportation costs, equipment, and a possible out-of-town trip. The graduation fee is $180.

Financial Assistance by the numbers

At Nerinx, we want to make a quality, college-prep education accessible to as many families as possible. We are committed to being a school representative of the St. Louis metro area and work to provide the financial assistance to support this mission. Discover the various ways you can fund your daughter's education at Nerinx including scholarships, financial aid, and 529 Savings Plans.

  • $2.46 million in financial aid awarded to almost 46% of our families for the 2022-2023 school year
  • Awards range from 10% to 85% of tuition
  • Average award of $7,100
  • Below are the income levels and expected family contribution amounts.  Amounts awarded may change due to the number of applications, the severity of each family’s need, including but not limited to the number of children in private school, and the amount of debt outstanding.  This information is to be used purely for budgetary purposes and is not a guarantee of your financial aid award amount. 


Under $30,000 ($1,000 - $3,000)

$30,000 - $65,000 ($3,000 - $7,000)

$65,000 - $100,000 ($8,000 - $12,000)

$100,000 - $150,000 ($12,000 – $15,000)

$150,000+ ($15,000 - Full Pay)


529 Plan Savings Information

Historically, the Missouri 529 Plan (MOST) has allowed people to save for college tax-free, while also receiving a state tax deduction annually for monies invested in the MOST program. A MOST 529 tuition savings plan is an investment account sponsored by the State of Missouri.  Up to $16,000 ($8,000 for single filers) in contributions are deductible from Missouri taxes every year and investments in the plan grow tax-free.  When you use MOST funds for eligible expenses (tuition, room and board, and other college or vocational school expenses), you pay no taxes on the disbursement. 

The MOST 529 program allows families to save and use funds in their accounts for elementary and secondary tuition expenses, up to $10,000 per year per student.

You can download letters from the MO Catholic Conference and the MO State Treasurer explaining more about the changes to the program:

Missouri Catholic Conference 529 Plan Informational Letter

Missouri State Treasurer 529 Plan Informational Letter

For all questions regarding tuition and financial assistance, please contact Assistant Director of Finance Monika Pagano via email at or 314.968.1505 ext. 120.

Need-Based Aid

We strive to assist families for whom the cost of independent school tuition is the only barrier to attendance. We consider multiple factors in determining aid, including family financial need, mission fit, and academic performance. Applying for financial assistance is a 30-60 minute process with the user-friendly FACTS financial aid platform. All recipients must complete a financial aid application for each school year. To determine financial aid award amounts, FACTS considers family assets, income, liabilities, and debts. 

Prospective families must apply for Financial Aid by February 11. Current families must apply for Financial Aid by February 29.


To start the process, go to or log into your Facts tuition account and you will see the financial aid portal on the top right side of your home page. The application takes about 30-60 minutes to complete. You will need to provide the following for both parents, if applicable, to submit the application:

  • 2022 Federal Tax return

  • 2023 W-2 as soon as available but no later than February 11, 2024.   

If the parents are divorced and both are responsible for tuition payment, both parents must apply separately. In a case where the custodial parent has remarried, the financial situation of the stepparent will also be taken into account and they must be listed as a co-applicant because the award is based on total household income. 

Meet our team

Monica Wehner Thomas '98
Director of Admissions
314-968-1505 ext. 115

Samantha C. Thomas
Assistant Director of Admissions
314-968-1505 ext. 151

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October 1, 2023
FACTS (Nerinx Hall's Tuition Management and Financial Aid Hub) online application period opens for both current/returning students and incoming students

February 11, 2024
FACTS online application deadline for the Class of 2028

February 16, 2024
Financial Aid award letters will be mailed to the Class of 2028

February 29, 2024
FACTS online application and all supporting tax documents are due for curresnt students applying for Financial Aid.

Starting in March 2024
Award letters for current/returning students will be mailed by the end of March provided all necessary documents have been received.

March 1, 2024
$475 Deposit and Registration Fee is due via FACTS

April 30, 2024
Financial aid appeals deadline