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Tuition and Affordability

Investing in your child's future.


As you will learn from the admission process, Good Shepherd families have found great value in our unique approach to education in a supportive and encouraging environment while preparing our students to become the leaders of tomorrow.


As a school, we seek to admit talented, motivated, and socially responsible students, regardless of family resources or socio-cultural and religious backgrounds.  Thus, we do offer flexible tuition and financial aid options. Learn more about financial aid below. 

Flexible tuition options include monthly and discounted annual options, discounted tiers that reflect a combination of service hours and fundraising obligations, and discounts for multiple children enrolled at Good Shepherd School. 

- The following annual tuition levels have been set for the 2023-2024academic year:                                           

- A non-refundable student registration fee of $650.00* is due for each student.






*Fundraising Family - Agree to participate in all fundraising projects set forth by the school and PTG and complete 40 hours of volunteer services to the school if a returning family. 30 hours of volunteer service to the school if you are a new family to the school.


FACTS Tuition: All families must register and pay tuition through FACTS tuition (including the FACTS administrative fee). Payments may be made by mail, web, or telephone. Automatic debit is required for all but single payments.


Financial Aid Note: Parents are responsible for the full monthly payments until scholarships have been processed by the school. Once the scholarship is cleared, the discount will be applied to the remaining months in the payment plan.


Registration Fee: $650.00  per student

Kindergarten Fee: $40.00  Supply fee

7th Gr. Fee: $100.00 Graduation dinner dance/event fee
8th Gr. Graduation Fee: $125.00 Diploma, group photo, gown, memory book, reception


Financial Aid: 


THE BASIC FUND is a privately funded program dedicated to providing opportunities for families enrolling in private school for the first time. The BASIC Fund encourages families living in Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo Counties to apply, if they meet the qualifications. Each family must meet the financial need guidelines, which vary according to household income and family size. The scholarships may be used at the private school of each family's choice. Basic Fund Information and Family Application are available at .


GOOD SHEPHERD SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP is given on a limited basis based on the amount of Scholarship money received.  Funds received are from donations, grants and our Scholarship Bake Sales.  GSS Scholarships are primarily for families who did not received financial aid from other sources.  All Families must apply through TADS ( to be eligible for Good Shepherd School Financial Aid. Late applicants through TADS will be evaluated only after all of the on time applicants are considered.


ARCHDIOCESE FAMILY GRANT is given by the Department of Catholic Schools to families that qualify based on financial need.  Families must apply to TADS, a company that reviews and qualifies families based on the Archdiocese’s guideline.  Families interested must apply on-line by the yearly due date and supply income documentation.  TADS Information and Application are available at

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