At Marist High School, we not only strive to offer the best Catholic education to our students, but the most affordable education as well. Below are the tuition and fees of Marist, our merit based scholarships, how to apply for need based financial aid, and the different payment plans that we offer. Marist High School is a worthwhile investment and will provide you with an outstanding Catholic education with a safe and effective learning environment.



Registration Fee - Due upon (re)registration, nonrefundable

$300 (new students) / $250 (returning students)

Student Fees - Due in June

$300 – Chromebook (onetime fee for new students)
$375 – Book/Tech Fee
$300 – Activity Fee
$160 – Graduation Fee (seniors only)


Optional Transportation:

Hudson County: $1100 year
Outside Hudson County: $1200

Merit Based Academic Scholarships

Marist awards scholarships on the basis of academics. Scholarship decisions are made based on the results of standardized tests school records, and teacher recommendations. These are awarded to incoming freshman and are renewed upon annual evaluation.


Need Based Financial Aid

Students in need of financial assistance can apply to the following sources of aid:

  1. Marist Financial Aid
  2. Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children (SFIC)
  3. Student-Partner Alliance [PDF]


Payment Options

The Finance Office provides a number of ways to pay for tuition. Please contact the Finance Office at (201) 437-4545 ext. 203 if you have any questions.

  • Monthly Installments: Tuition is divided into 10 payments commencing July 1 through April 1, (Approximately $915/month before financial aid and/or scholarship awards)
  • Semi-Annual Payment: Due on June 5 and November 5: 2% discount of net tuition.
  • Full Payment: One payment due by June 5: 4% discount of net tuition.


The fees, which total $975, are due in June, or at the time of registration if it is after June.


If you have any further questions about affording Marist, please contact the Finance Department at (201) 437-4545 ext. 203.  

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