Frequently Asked Questions

What is the tuition for the 2016-2017 academic year?

$11,250 Annual Tuition

Does the School offer financial assistance?

Yes, St. Elizabeth High School offers need-based financial aid. Students may apply for aid using the SSS Form (information on how to request forms will be sent to all families). Fifty-eight percent of the current student body is receiving financial aid. The average grant is $3,278.

Does the School offer scholarships?

Yes, academic-based scholarships are available. They are awarded based upon placement test results; sixth, seventh, and eighth grade records; and principals' recommendations. Some scholarships are renewed annually based upon performance (honors and participation in co-curricular activities). Currently, 16.5% of the student body are on academic scholarships totaling $220,850.

St. Elizabeth does not offer athletic scholarships.

What are some statistics about the student body and faculty?

Student Population
385 students: 48% females, 52% males

Faculty Student Ratio – 1:11
Average Class Size – 20 students
Ability Grouping – AP, Honors, College Preparatory and some heterogeneous classes (Social Studies, Religious Studies)

Total Staff – 49
Total Faculty – 36 
All faculty have earned a minimum of bachelor's degrees while 50% hold advanced degrees. Our faculty averages 13 years of professional experience.

How do I schedule a visit?

Contact Director of Admissions Matthew Haney at mhaney@sehs.org or at 302.656.3369, ext. 3039, to schedule a family tour or to arrange for a student to participate in the “Viking for a Day” program.