Tuition and Affordability
Affordability and accessibility for any family who wishes to provide a Totino-Grace education for their child is a priority for school leaders. The global pandemic continues to impact families in our community and those considering enrolling their students at Totino-Grace. To respond to the identified needs of current and incoming families due to existing income changes and future uncertainty, the Board of Directors approved a tuition freeze for the 2021-2022 academic year. Current tuition rate and enrollment and technology fees will remain the same for returning and incoming students. CLICK HERE to learn more.
The Totino-Grace community recognizes the commitment and sacrifice students and families make to receive a Catholic education, and we realize the value in having an economically diverse student population. Therefore, our goal is to help our students and families meet the cost of a great education.
Providing need-based tuition assistance and non-athletic scholarships is a priority at Totino-Grace. All TG families are expected to financially contribute toward the education of their student at some level. Totino-Grace strives to help families bridge the gap between what they can afford to pay and tuition in a number of ways.
As part of our Lasallian Mission, Totino-Grace awards more than $1,600,000 in tuition assistance to help students and families seeking a TG education. Currently, over 40 percent of the student body receives tuition assistance.
Please contact Emily Sharockman, Director of Enrollment & Tuition Assistance at 763-586-6323 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about tuition and affordability. If you are an international student, please reach out to Shanna Peterson with questions on international student financial aid and scholarships.
"We have been extremely happy with our choice in sending our son to TG. It was a very big decision to make... but in the end we feel firmly it was the best choice for him and his future. We are impressed with the positive culture at TG!" - Current Parent
Totino-Grace High School is proud of our strong partnership with the Flaherty Family Foundation (FFF). The FFF provides scholarships to high achieving students with economic need. If an eighth grade student meets the following criteria they will be invited to complete an application:
- Highly motivated and driven student with a proven academic record including a middle school GPA of 3.5
- Student is a positive contributor to his/her community, with a desire to attend Totino-Grace
- Submit a TADS application by Totino-Grace’s February 1 deadline, with all required documents
- Demonstrate (determined by TADS) high financial need
The strongest applicants will be invited to interview with the FFF and scholarship awards are determined on a case-by-case basis.
This scholarship opportunity offers more than dollars towards tuition; it includes academic support/coaching, college and career readiness, and funding for summer enrichment activities. The scholarship can be annually renewed when the Scholar/Family meet the required conditions.
We encourage you to learn more by visiting flahertyfamilyfoundation.org.
If you believe you/your student meets our criteria, please contact Emily Sharockman, Director of Enrollment & Financial Aid at 763-586-6323 or email@example.com.
The annual re-enrollment fee is $300 and will be automatically added to the student's tuition account on February 1. The $300 re-enrollment fee will be due in March.
Current payment terms (i.e. 2-month/11-month, etc.) and payment information will be applied for the 2021-2022 academic year. Payment information can be modified by contacting Mary Johnston in the Business Office at mary.johnston@totinograce.
Please contact the Totino-Grace Business Office at 763-586-6301 with billing questions.