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Tuition Information

To find information regarding access to a Providence education including links to our Financial Assistance and Merit Awards pages, please continue to read below.

2020 - 2021 Tuition & Fees

Payable in full on June 1, 2020 through Smart Tuition


Payable in two installments, $11,970 on June 1, 2020 and $7,980 on December 1, 2020 through Smart Tuition


Payable in 11 equal installments of $1,813.64 from June 1, 2020 to April 1, 2021 through Smart Tuition


required fees
Application Fee


Non-Refundable Registration Fee


supplemental fees
Focus Program Enrollment Fee
This fee is payable October 1, 2020 through Smart Tuition for students enrolled in the Cinema Arts Focus Program, Medical Focus Program and Technology Focus Program


Advanced Placement Fee
This fee is payable January 1, 2021 through Smart Tuition, for students enrolled in AP Classes. This fee covers the cost of the test by the College Board


Athletic Fee
This fee is payable through Smart Tuition
Varies by sport
For international student tuition & fees, please visit our International Students page under Admissions. 
FAMILY commitments
Parent Service Hours

Each family is required to fulfill 25 hours of Parent Service. Involvement in fewer than 25 hours will result in a billing of $20 for each hour less than the requirement.

Read more about the requirement on our Parent Service Hours page under Parents. 


As a Providence family, you will be invited to support our programs, scholarships and other needs throughout the year.  We do not "require" gifts of any amount, and instead ask that  you consider a one-time gift and/or a multi-year Pioneer Pledge to enhance your student's Providence experience. 

Learn more about Pioneer Pledge on our Make A Gift page under Giving.

Providence High School is pleased to present renewable merit award to incoming freshmen. To be considered for a merit award, admissions application and all supporting documents, including recommendations and transcripts, must be received by the school by the due date. All applicants who meet this deadline are eligible for a merit award, and no additional materials are required. 

For more information, please visit the Merit Awards page.

Providence High School has established funds for merit awards and need-based financial assistance, and each year is able to offer these programs to deserving students and their families. 

Financial assistance is considered for students whose parents complete a financial assistance application. This confidential paperwork is verified and audited by an outside financial service. Amounts given are determined by Providence High School Financial Assistance Committee.

For more information, please visit our Financial Assistance page.

Dependents of Providence St. Joseph Health benefit eligible employees receive a $6,000 discount on tuition. It is an annual per-student benefit from Providence St. Joseph Health.

Dependents of Providence High School benefit eligible employees receive 50% discount on tuition. 

An annual renewable $1,000 award will be given to any student whose parent, grandparent or legal guardian graduated from Providence High School. Please indicate legacy on the application and include graduate's full name and graduation year.  

For Merit Award & Financial Assistance information, please contact

Vickie Bagwell

Financial Assistance Coordinator

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