"We arrived in Durham two years ago with plans to relocate after a year. But after our son's first year at Immaculata was done, we just couldn't do it—we were so impressed with the care he had been given. The patience and commitment that his teacher had shown both him and us left us amazed and thankful. I knew this was not a good school but a GREAT school! And with that, I knew I could not relocate—we would not be able to find something as special as ICS."
Tuition & Fees for 2021-22
(2022-23 Tuition Rates TBA)
For parishioners of Immaculate Conception, Holy Cross, Holy Infant, Holy Family, and St. Matthew Catholic Churches
All Other Families
There is an annual non-refundable $200 per-child enrollment fee.
Tuition covers most expenses involved with attending Immaculata, including those related to homeroom activities, classroom supplies, books and other curriculum materials, field trips, yearbook, and the Home & School Association. Middle school tuition also includes annual retreat expenses and a technology fee for use and insurance of 1:1 devices.
Expenses not covered in tuition: Tuition does not cover the cost of uniforms. Additional fees apply to voluntary participation in activities such as clubs and sports, the lunch program, and After School Care.
Tuition may be paid in one of the following ways:
We do not wish our tuition policy to be a hardship for committed families. Need-based, partial tuition assistance is available for students in Kindergarten–Grade 8. Families applying for tuition assistance will need to complete an application and submit the necessary supporting documentation annually.
No more than 50% of the parish tuition rate will be awarded to an individual, with priority going to parishioners. New students will be notified of awards at the time of enrollment acceptance.
We are not able to offer financial assistance for our Pre-K or After School programs as both may be eligible for dependent care reimbursement through your employer, providing tax savings.
State-funded assistance may also be available through the North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority.