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We review each candidate on his own merits, and accept learners who we feel will be most successful in our academic program. Grades and teacher recommendations weigh heavily in acceptance decisions. However, our Admission Committee also considers students who demonstrate: a strong work ethic; an enthusiasm for personal growth; a willingness to live by the school’s mission; and a genuine desire to contribute positively to the St. Edward community. A student’s current school placement, religion, and financial background are not taken into consideration.
Our dedicated faculty is unwavering in their commitment to tailor education to each individual, ensuring not just progress, but genuine growth on every academic path.
Students with IEPs are fully engaged in our college-preparatory classes. These learners also benefit from tailored intervention periods and executive function coaching. St. Edward is a provider of the Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship.
St. Edward also offers the St. Andre Scholars program. Approximately 5 young men with moderate cognitive disabilities are welcomed into our freshman class each year. St. Andre Scholars experience academic and life skills programming, while also interfacing with peers through electives and collaborative educational projects.
Tuition for the 2023-24 academic year is $19,350, plus a $250 technology fee. Tuition for the 2024-25 academic year will be announced in the spring. Click here to read more about our scholarships and financial aid offerings.
Regular dress code at St. Edward consists of a polo or button-down dress shirt with khaki or other solid-colored dress pants. Casual shoes are acceptable and neckties are not required. Students are asked to wear a tie for special events.
Transfer applicants are not required to take the High School Placement Test. Transfer applicants must submit an application, two teacher recommendations, and complete high school transcripts in order to be considered. Applications for senior transfers are generally not accepted, unless the student and their family are relocating from out of town. Families who have questions should contact the Office of Admission.