Tuition and Affordability
All who are willing to strive for excellence are welcome here. We are committed to making our educational opportunities available to exceptional young men regardless of race, color, creed or financial status.
We understand that sending a child to an independent school is a significant investment.
At Delbarton, your son will be formed and fortified in mind, body and spirit, joining a long line of graduates who have gone forth as men of the highest character and achievements.
It is a priority at Delbarton to help families bridge the gap between their specific financial means and the cost of attendance.
We encourage grade 9 to 12 families concerned about affordability to apply for financial assistance.
Financial aid grants often make Delbarton less expensive than other area Catholic Schools.
All awards are based on financial need, as determined by an independent financial aid assessment service (Clarity). No academic or athletic scholarships are awarded.
Please note that we do not offer financial aid to Middle School students.
All aid is awarded as outright grants that do not need to be paid back.
Families applying for financial assistance can request a school application fee waiver.
The application process is confidential, secure and convenient.
Awards remain with families for all years their son is enrolled unless they do not reapply or there is a significant change in the family’s finances or student’s academic or disciplinary record.
Financial aid applications must be started by December 4, 2023 and completed no later than December 6, 2023.
tuition and other costs
*$1,000 of this could be reimbursed to you by your town if you live within 2 to 20 miles of campus.
|Tuition||$45,250 inclusive of all but books and transportation|
|Transportation||$6,500-$7,500 for Delbarton-provided bus service*|
|Total Annual Cost||$45,750-$53,500|