Tuition & Affordability
Making an exceptional Catholic education accessible
At Gibbons, we believe students should experience an exceptional and challenging academic environment that prepares them for a life of faith, service, and leadership.
We understand the financial commitment of a Catholic college preparatory education. That’s why we offer more than $1.7 million in financial assistance qualified families every year.
Gibbons drastically changed the course of my life. The education and leadership training prepared me to attend an Ivy League school. And I’ll never forget the emotion and relief in my dad’s voice when I told him I had received aid to make Gibbons affordable.” Mary '07
Tuition and fees
Catholic education is a sacrificial commitment and a significant investment in your student’s future. We strive to provide a Catholic college preparatory education to men and women of all economic backgrounds.
Annual Student Fees cover the use of a school-issued laptop, software, digital subscriptions, local network access, digital storage, textbooks, classroom supplies, yearbook, and other publications.
of students receive financial aid
If it weren’t for Gibbons and the financial assistance that afforded me the opportunity to attend, I wouldn’t have gone to college. Through its academics and co-curriculars, I was prepared to graduate from college and begin my career as a news editor for a global network.” Diego '15
Tuition rates (2023-2024)
Catholic Parish Affiliated: $12,905 per student
Non-Affiliated: $17,535 per student
Student Fees (2023-2024)
Annual Student Fee: $1,000 per student
New Student Capital Fee: $1,000 per student (assessed in the first year only)
Tuition rates are determined by a family’s affiliation status within their registered parish. Please submit your Parish Affiliation Form annually to your parish by Oct. 31. Your Parish should submit the form to our Business Office by Nov. 30.
The Parish Affiliation form should be submitted to your parish by the following dates.
Oct. 31 (Returning students)
Jan. 12 (New students)
- What is Cardinal Gibbons’ philosophy regarding financial assistance?
- Who is eligible to receive financial aid?
- How do I apply for financial aid?
- What happens after I fill out the FACTS application form?
- When will I receive a decision regarding my financial aid award?
- Do I need to apply for financial aid each year?
- What percentage of students receive financial aid?
- What payment options are available?
- What kind of external assistance is available?