Your interest in the St. David's School admission process indicates your commitment to providing the best possible education for your child.  We recognize and know that the decision to attend an independent school does not come lightly.  We realize that education is an investment – it is an investment in your child’s future, and it is a financial investment that requires a considerable commitment.

Affording St. David's

We believe that a St. David’s education should be accessible to students of all backgrounds, regardless of a family's financial means.  For that reason, we are committed to making tuition affordable through the St. David’s School Tuition Assistance program. This program is designed to enroll qualified students who could not otherwise afford to attend, thus maximizing the overall strength of the student body. 

We are so grateful to St. David's for the support they have provided. It allows us to afford the education we desire for our children. ST. David's Parent

2021-22 Tuition Schedule

- half day (8 AM-1 PM) $10,950
- full day (8 AM-3 PM) $11,950
Kindergarten $15,700
Grade 1 $21,500
Grades 2-6 $22,450
Grades 7-12 $24,900


The comprehensive tuition includes the complete cost of attendance, including tuition, food service, and applicable technology services, as well as selected social activities, and one yearbook. It does not include books and supplies. Tuition also applies to grade-level trips (as appropriate), but due to increased costs of travel, a surcharge may be applied.

Additionally, St. David's offers flexible payment schedules, including one-pay, two-pay and ten-pay plans. If you prefer an education loan, see the information below regarding Your Tuition Solution from Springstone Financial, LLC.

Additional Fees and Requirements


St. David's School is a member of the North Carolina Independent School Athletic Association (NCISAA), and as a member acts in accordance to the association's policies as it relates to admissions for student athletes. Therefore, St. David's School does not actively recruit athletes to play at the school and does not provide athletic scholarships for student-athletes.