Tuition and Fees for 2019-20

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  • Tuition (For the 2019-20 School Year)

    Tuition for the 2019-20 school year is:
    • Subsidized $16,035*
    • Unsubsidized $18,850
    *To qualify for the Subsidized tuition rate, you and your child must be an active member of a parish within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Nashville, as determined by each parish's pastor.

    For information on Tuition Insurance, please click here
  • Required Fees

    An annual non-refundable fee of $450 is due at the time of registration. (This fee covers Lab Costs, Yearbooks, Tests and Course Fees.)
  • Other Fees

    Textbooks: Approximately $500.

    Uniforms: Prices vary. 

    Laptop: All students are required to purchase a laptop. For details and requirements, please visit here

    Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and snacks are available for purchase daily in our Dining Hall.
  • Payment Plans

    Father Ryan offers comprehensive and convenient tuition payment plans using the FACTS program. This program allows families to select one of four payment schedules, with online access to organize and track payments.
    1. Single payment - Zero fee, 100% due May 1, 2020.
    2. Semester Plan - Fee of $20 drafted by FACTS; 50% of Tuition due June 2020; 50% of Tuition due December 2020. The responsible party can choose to pay the Tuition on the 5th or 20th of June and December.
    3. 10-Month Payment Plan - Fee of $50 drafted by FACTS; 10% of Tuition payable to FACTS monthly beginning June 2020 ending March 2021. The responsible party can choose to pay the Tuition on the 5th or 20th of each month.
    4. 12-Month Payment Plan - Fee of $50 drafted by FACTS; 8.3% of Tuition payable to FACTS monthly beginning May 2020 ending April 2021. The responsible party can choose to pay the Tuition on the 5th or 20th of each month.
    Register for FACTS and track your account

    Please contact the Business Office with questions at (615) 383-4200.

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Financial Aid

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  • About Financial Aid

    We offer need-based financial aid on a fund-available basis for families who have demonstrated need. Assessment of annual financial need is determined by FACTS, a third-party financial institution, and is in compliance with the requirements of TSSAA.
  • Financial Aid Application Process

    1. Families who wish to apply for Financial Aid can do so through FACTS via this link.

    2. Families must submit the following supporting documents to FACTS by February 14, 2020:

    • A copy of each parent's 2018 W-2
    • A completed and signed copy of 2018 Tax Form 1040 with all filed schedules and attachments. 
    • A copy of each parent's 2019 W-2's.
    • A copy of any other financial awards already granted to your children

    3. Families must submit a completed and signed copy of 2019 Tax Form 1040 with all schedules and attachments by April 15, 2020.

    Please note: Awards are not finalized until Father Ryan has reviewed the 2019 Tax Form 1040 and approved the financial aid based on a family's demonstrated need. 
  • Financial Aid Timeline

    November 1, 2019: The application for Financial Aid for the 2020-2021 school year opens via FACTS.

    February 14, 2020: Your application must be submitted by this date to be considered for the first round of awards. Consideration and availability of funds cannot be guaranteed for any family whose documents are received after February 14, 2020. 

    February 28, 2020: An estimate of financial aid will be mailed to all accepted new students who applied for financial aid by February 14.

    April 15, 2020: The 2019 Tax Form 1040 must be submitted by this date. Awards become final once Father Ryan has received and reviewed the 2019 Tax Form 1040. 
  • Financial Aid Resources

    If you are having trouble or have any questions about the Financial Aid process, please visit FACTS customer service through this link (also available in Spanish) or contact Kristi Allen, Father Ryan's Business Office Controller, at 615-383-4200, or via email at allenk@fatherryan.org.

529 Savings Plan

529 Savings Plans are tax-advantaged investment plans (similar to a 401(k) or an IRA) that allow parents and/or guardians to put money away for their beneficiary's tuition needs in the future. 

These plans have historically been for college tuition use only, but the new tax bill, signed into effect on January 1, 2018, now allows these funds to be used for private school tuition at the K-12 level. 

For more information on these plans and how they might be able to assist your family, please contact a licensed financial advisor.