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Tuition/Tuition Assistance

St. Pius X strives to admit all academically qualified students, regardless of their ability to pay, and is proud of the diversity of individuals within the student body. Approximately 30% of our students receive tuition assistance (this figure does not include scholarships received). A combination of merit and need-based assistance can significantly cover much of the tuition, so we encourage families to read all the information below.


2022-2023 Tuition


First Student           $12,900

Second Student      $12,600

Third Student          $12,300

School Fee $500

Annual Registration Fees (9th Grade and Transfer Students)


Non-refundable Enrollment Fee if paid by 3/31/2022 $160 
Non-refundable Enrollment Fee if paid after 3/31/2022 $310

The non-refundable enrollment fee is paid at the time of online registration. The school fees must be rolled into your FACTS payment plan. The FACTS payment plan is activated after your student is registered with St. Pius.


Returning Student Registration Fees

By Feb. 28, 2022 $160
From March 1-31, 2022 $310
From April 1-30, 2022 $460
From May 1-31, 2022 $610
After May 31st $760



International Student Tuition

Application Fee: $160
Enrollment Fee: $725
Tuition Rates for 2022-2023: $15,250
Total Registration and Tuition Due for 2022-2023: $16,135


St. Pius X Tuition Assistance Opportunities
St. Pius X High School utilizes the FACTS Grant and Aid Assessment application process for determining financial need in allocating tuition assistance. One completed application and one processing fee of $35 will automatically submit your application for tuition assistance to St. Pius X, the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, and the Catholic Foundation Committees. However, please note that the income tax requirements and application deadlines for these three tuition assistance opportunities are different. Contact each to find out further information.
A full-time employee of a Catholic School must apply in FACTS Grant & Aid to report your place of employment at an Archdiocese of Santa Fe school and have completed one year of employment to be eligible for the $1000 Catholic Employee Award. This award is given by St. Pius X.

$500 - $1,500
Academic Merit Scholarships

$1,500 - $2,500
Performing Arts Scholarships

Third Party Tuition Assistance Opportunities
The Catholic Foundation
For any questions about The Catholic Foundation scholarships, contact Michele Benavidez at 872-2901 or email her at [email protected] Scholarship Information link:
The Archdiocese of Santa Fe
The ASF Tuition Assistance Application link (In addition to the FACTS Grant & Aid):
For any questions about the financial assistance from The Archdiocese of Santa Fe, contact AJ Sanchez at 831-8172 or email him at [email protected]
The Archdiocese of Santa Fe Native American St. Kateri Tekakwitha Scholarship
For any questions about The St. Kateri Tekakwitha Scholarship contact Shirley Zuni Director at 505-831-8104 or email her at [email protected] Scholarship information link:

Other Payment Options
Your Tuition Solution
Convenient Payment Options from Your Tuition Solution such as extended payment plans are available from Your Tuition Solution. Plans range from 24 to 84 months and cover tuition amounts to $50,000. Interest rates are fixed and can be as low as 4.99% APR. There are no application or origination fees and no prepayment penalty which allows parents to pay the loan off early if they’d prefer. You can calculate monthly payments, learn more, or apply online at
Your Tuition Solution

Our need-based tuition assistance, which is supported by the school and the St. Pius X High School Foundation, helps to make an education at SPX affordable. Contact Carolyn Orosco-Sandoval, Tuition Assistance Coordinator, at 505-831-8410 or email her at [email protected] to see if she can help you make the dream of a lifetime investment at SPX a reality.
With the grace of God and the assistance of wonderful benefactors, we will continue to offer students the lasting gift of a Catholic college preparatory education by awarding tuition assistance to families that qualify.