Tuition and Scholarships


2017-2018 Tuition


Registration Fee

$250.00 (UNTIL February 17, 2017)
$300.00 (February 18, 2017 – March 19, 2017)
$500.00 (After March 19, 2017)

Student Fees (Includes books, technology/iPad lease, activities, and labs)


Senior Fee (Covers graduation expenses)


International Student Tuition & Fees

These amounts are tentative for 2017-2018


$500.00 (Until February 17, 2017)
$750.00 (After February 17, 2017)

Student Fees (Includes books, technology/iPad lease, activities, and labs)

Senior Fee (Covers graduation expenses)


FACTS is Neumann’s tuition payment system. Families set up an account that allows convenient payment of tuition through automatic debit. FACTS also has an optional financial assistance application that is a mandatory pre-requisite to all school or parish scholarships and tuition assistance. Once a student is our registered student, the system analyzes his or her family’s financial situation and determines the need for assistance in comparison to other families requesting aid. The online FACTS application will require copies of tax returns and W2s. Families may apply using tax information from the prior year provided it is updated it with your new tax forms when possible.

Click here to apply for a financial assistance analysis . There is a $25 fee required to submit the application.

The Step Up for Students & AAA Scholarships

Florida tax credits provide funding for tuition assistance to eligible families to attend St. John Neumann Catholic High School. These scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Neumann families should please apply for this assistance before applying for any other aid in order for us to assist as many families as possible. Step Up and AAA Scholarships are based on family size and income; a helpful table is posted on its website so you can determine if your income qualifies. Apply here:

Step Up for Students:

AAA Scholarships:   

Merit Scholarships


St. John Neumann awards four, one-time $2,500 Merit Scholarships to incoming freshmen who have been accepted for Admission to Neumann and who score well on the November/December Placement Exams. One scholarship toward Neumann freshman tuition is awarded to the highest scorer at each of these testing groups: St. Ann Catholic School, St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic School, Royal Palm Academy, and the combined November & December placement tests held on the Neumann campus. In the event of a tie, other middle school grades and achievements may also be considered. Recipients are notified at the end of January.


St. John Neumann acknowledges extraordinary academic accomplishment among its incoming freshmen by awarding a $1000 scholarship toward Neumann tuition to students scoring a composite score in the 90th percentile on the St. John Neumann Placement Exam. This Placement Exam, offered in November and December, is a national standardized normative test that compares the aptitude of 8th graders across the country who are seeking college preparatory schools like Neumann. Scholarships are announced at the end of January. Students who earn the Merit Scholarships may also apply for acceptance into the Via Veritas diploma program, but acceptance is not guaranteed as additional qualifications are required.


Deadline:  postmarked March 1, 2017

In honor of the memory of Justin Holecek ’97, eight annual scholarships are awarded by the Holecek Family Foundation to incoming freshmen in the amount of $5,000.00 per year toward Neumann tuition. Scholarships are renewable for the sophomore, junior, and senior year provided the student maintains a minimum 3.0 grade point average and is in good standing at Neumann.

To apply: Please submit to the Neumann Admissions Office:

1) A completed application. Please download and print the attached PDF application. The student must clearly hand-print the application in ball point ink pen.

2) A brief essay, as specified on the application

3) A copy of your FACTS financial aid analysis. Apply at

4) A record of your previous 2 years of classes showing the grades you received (transcript, copies of report cards, or a handwritten list are acceptable)


Deadline: February 5, 2017


To honor the memory of Vernon and Joan Plaisance, an annual scholarship of $2000 towards tuition at SJN will be awarded to a student in any grade level at Neumann who graduated from St. Ann, St. Elizabeth, or Royal Palm Academy in Naples, Florida and who has demonstrated an interest in music or the arts.

Terms – Scholarship amount can vary and one or more students may be selected. Renewal is possible if recipients maintain a 3.0 (B) average while attending SJN. Financial criteria will be considered but will not be the sole deciding factor.

To apply please submit the following to the SJN Admissions Office in one envelope:

  1. Cover letter to the scholarship committee
  2. A copy of your FACTS financial analysis
  3. Resume
  4. Essay on the value of Catholic education (250 words or less)
  5. Letters of Recommendation (2)
  6. A listing of involvement in the Arts or Music

Deadline and applications:  Information and deadlines are posted in spring exclusively in your Catholic parish bulletin.


Deadline and applications:  Information and deadlines are posted in spring exclusively in your Catholic parish bulletin in March or April.

  1. For incoming freshmen at Neumann: These scholarships are based on need as evidenced by the FACTS application, on grades, and on an essay related to the value of Catholic education. Attempts are made to award the scholarships to an active parishioner at each Naples Catholic church. Ten $3500 scholarships were awarded in spring 2016 to Neumann freshmen.
  1. For incoming freshmen at Neumann for demonstrated community service: These $1500 scholarships are based on referral of middle school principals.
  1. The Martin J. Carter Scholarship: This annually renewable, full-tuition scholarship to St. John Neumann Catholic High School is awarded once every four years to one student based on middle school principal referral. It will next be awarded in the spring of 2019.


Deadline: Applications accepted from October 1, 2016 to February 1, 2017 at

Eligibility requirements:

  • Student’s family is part of a Habitat for Humanity community.
  • Student is an entering freshman at a private/independent high school in Collier County.
  • Students must remain in contact with the Habitat for Humanity Coordinator for students throughout their academic career.
  • Student must have a 3.0 GPA or higher to apply.
  • This application must be submitted to the Community Foundation

Seeking Financial Assistance from your Catholic Parish

Supporting the belief that Catholic education builds strong lifelong Catholics, many of our ten local Catholic parishes provide tuition assistance to its families as they attend Neumann.

We urge you to be active in your parish and its ministries, and to ask your pastor or church office if there are scholarships available through the Knights of Columbus, Council of Catholic Women, Men’s Club, other groups, or a designated fund in your pastor’s budget. Parishes will receive all FACTS analysis received from their from registered parish students in April.