Tuition, Aid, & Affordability
Resurrection School is committed to providing financial aid to our families desiring a Catholic education for their children. Financial Aid is available for families through the Diocese of San Jose, the Drexel Tuition Assistance Fund, the Basic Fund Group, and the school itself. Financial Aid is awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need. Financial aid decisions at the Diocesan and school level are guided by the family’s financial data submitted to FACTS and reviewed by the school’s financial aid administrative committee.
- Applying for tuition assistance has no impact on admission decisions.
- Tuition assistance is awarded purely based on financial need that is assessed by FACTS.
- Families are required to re-apply for financial assistance every year.
Diocese of San Jose Assistance - The Diocese of San Jose offers tuition assistance based upon need to qualifying families throughout all the elementary schools in the Diocese of San Jose. This resource is typically accompanied by aid from the school and if needed, the Drexel Foundation.
The Hellwig Family Education Fund - In 2013, Resurrection School and the Diocese of San Jose were the recipients of a planned gift from one of our long-time parishioners, Ray Hellwig. Mr. Hellwig and his wife felt strongly about the values of a Catholic education. With the support of their generous gift, their goal of providing tuition assistance to those families in need and the ability to minimize tuition increases allows their support to touch every single family at Resurrection School. We are forever grateful to the Hellwig family for their faith and support of the education Resurrection School provides to our community.
Drexel Tuition Assistance Fund - The Drexel School System is pleased to offer tuition assistance to qualifying families who are committed partners in our Drexel Schools. When funding is available, the Drexel School System is able to make an annual allocation for families who demonstrate financial need as determined by FACTS. The maximum amount of the scholarship will be dependent upon the funds available for awarding. The Drexel Tuition Assistance Fund is designed to assist families who are unable to afford Catholic education after receiving Diocesan and/or School Site level aid. Contact the school office for additional information.
The Basic Fund - The BASIC Fund is a privately funded organization providing partial-tuition scholarships to low-income families across the Bay Area, helping them afford the cost of tuition at the private school of their choice. This program is intended as a helping hand for families enrolling their children at a private school for the first time.
Resurrection School Aid - Resurrection School annually budgets financial aid to assist families in our school community wishing to obtain a Catholic education for their children. To apply for school aid, families must submit their financials to FACTS and FACTS provides the school principal and the financial aid administrative committee with a report to assist in the evaluation and distribution of school aid. Catholic families actively involved in Resurrection Church and parish are also eligible for the “In-parish” tuition rate. Contact the school office for more information on financial aid or link to these two sites: Diocesan financial aid forms and Basic Fund financial aid forms.
For the 2017-18 school year $185,000 in various forms of assistance has been distributed to 25% of our students.
Application & Testing Fee -$50.00 for each child
Registration Fee - $400 per child in Transitional Kindergarten – 8th grade
$300 per child in Half Day Transitional Kindergarten program
Technology Fee - $100 per child in Transitional Kindergarten - 8th grade
Extended Care Fees - $6.50 per hour (up to a maximum of $260 per month per child)
PTG Dues - $100 per family
Tuition payments may be made on a monthly, semi-annual or annual payment schedule. A $75 discount is given to families choosing the annual payment plan and a $50 discount is applied when the semi-annual payment plan is chosen
2018 - 2019 Tuition Scale for Students in Kindergarten - 8th Grade*
|1 Child||2 Children||3 Children|
|Out of Parish||$10,920||$20,440||$28,660|
* For tuition rates for students with I-20 visas, please contact the school.
2018 - 2019 Tuition Scale for Students in Transitional Kindergarten
|Half Day Program||8:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., Monday - Friday||In Parish rate:
|Full Day Program 2 Days per Week||8:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., Monday, Thursday & Friday and 8:00 a.m. - 2:45 pm on Tuesday & Wednesday||In Parish rate:
|Full Day Program 5 Days per Week||8:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. , Monday - Friday, with 12:15 p.m. dismissal on Thursdays*||In Parish rate:
|Extended Care||Monday - Friday*|
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
2:45 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
* Extended Care begins at 12:15 p.m. on Thursdays
In-Parish Tuition Rate - To qualify for the “In-Parish” tuition rate, families must be Catholic and registered in the Church of the Resurrection Parish. In-Parish families attend Mass regularly at Resurrection Parish as evidenced by the regular use of the offertory envelopes, and/or participation in the various ministries and programs of the Parish community. The out-of-parish rate applies to families not enrolled as parishioners at the Church of the Resurrection.
Registration Fees - Registration fees help cover the cost of Diocesan administration, textbooks, Department of Education fees, Catholic Telemedia Network fee, standardized testing, child health insurance costs, yearbook, accreditation membership, athletic league oversight, and student information systems support.
Technology Fees - As a 1:1 school, technology fees help cover the costs for the school’s network and infrastructure, IT support, online learning curriculum materials, website maintenance, and equipment to support the school’s technology program.
Extended Care Fees - Extended Care fees are available on a monthly plan or on a hourly basis. Students using extended care for more than 40 hours a month are eligible for the monthly plan. Additionally, there is a sibling discount for families utilizing the monthly plan. Families are billed via FACTS for their Extended Care charges.
Field trips - The school Parent Teacher Group (PTG) is responsible for the school’s fundraising efforts. As a result, each classroom teacher receives $1,000 from the PTG to cover field trips, classroom activities, auction support, and misc. expenses. There are no field trip fees charged to families.
Science Camp Fees - The 5th grade class, the PTG and the parish’s Italian Catholic Federation work in collaboration to support the 6th Grade Science Camp trip to Walden West every year by hosting an Italian Pasta Dinner at the school. Half of the registration fee for Science Camp is covered by fundraising efforts providing families a discounted price for the week of adventure and learning. Fifth grade families participate in the ICF Pasta Dinner by attending the event, donating items, or volunteering to help so that their costs are subsidized by this fundraiser when they attend Science Camp in 6th Grade the following year.
Tuition Plans - Families may choose to make their tuition payments:
- Annually (August)
- Semi-annually (August and December)
- Monthly (July through April)
Tuition Billing - Resurrection School uses FACTS as our tuition management company for all grades, and all tuition, registration fees, technology fees, extended care billing, science camp, and athletics billing is processed through FACTS. FACTs will charge late fees and Insufficient funds fees when applicable. Families have an option to utilize automatic deductions on the 5th or 20th of the month or families may choose to pay with a credit card for their tuition.
New families need to register on-line at for their FACTS account prior to their child attending Resurrection School. The link is https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/4HH9V. For questions, please contact the school office at (408) 245-4571.
Non-Discriminatory Policy - Catholic schools in the Diocese of San Jose as witnesses of our Catholic faith do not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and/or ethnic origin, age, sex or disability in administration of educational policies, scholarship and loan program, and athletic and other school-administered programs.