Admissions

St. Augustine Catholic School (Pre-K through 8th grade) has openings in most grades for the 2014-2015 school year. Tuition starts at $5,300 for one student, and students can pay on a quarterly, monthly or annual basis.

Strong record of high school placement at outstanding schools like Archbishop Carroll, Bishop McNamara, Elizabeth Seton, Gonzaga, St. John’s, Stone Ridge and Georgetown Visitation. More than 70 percent of graduates attend Catholic high schools.

Read highlights of the Middle States team evaluation of St. Augustine School

St. Augustine School has two religious sisters from the Handmaids of the Holy Child Jesus serving on its 2013-2014 staff.

The opportunity to actively participate in your child’s education through volunteer and service opportunities.

St. Augustine School is one of the most affordable Catholic schools in the District.

Teacher/student ratio is 15:1

Complete our 2014-2015 application here

If you prefer to complete a 2014-2015 PDF application, please download this file

2014-2015 Tuition and Fees

St. Augustine Catholic School follows the Admission Policy as defined by the Archdiocese of Washington.

Students considered without regard to race, ethnicity, religion or national origin.

Financial Aid

St. Augustine School encourages families to apply for Financial Aid through the Archdiocese of Washington Tuition Assistance Program and other programs listed here.

Once we determine a family’s financial aid need, St. Augustine Catholic School will make every effort to provide assistance to as many families as we can.

Some staff members go beyond what a teacher should do. They look at the child as their own, and as a result of that, you know that they are going to be okay. My son has progressed, and his confidence has been built at St. Augustine. He understands who he is and who the Lord is. He strives harder and works better.

Leslie Void

Alumni Parent

  • I have found St. Augustine to be a school that’s very faithful to its religious identity. I remember leading my fellow students in the Angelus each day at Noon. I have made a good adjustment to high school and carry a 3.3 GPA, and I am active in Crew and student government.

    Kenya Jenkins '10 (Salutatorian)

    Elizabeth Seton High School '14
  • St. Augustine was instrumental with helping my 15 year old son, (Ryan Washington '10 Youth Mayor of Washington, D.C.), attend Gonzaga High School. I am extremely grateful and I appreciate everything St Augustine has done for my family. My two older boys are graduates of St Augustine, and Fr. Pat (Pastor of St. Augustine) continues to stay abreast and is genuinely concern about their well-being, along with that of my other children.

    Ty Harris

    School Parent & Alumni Parent
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