Tuition
2019 – 2020

Desiree Almendares

Desiree Almendares

Admissions Director

415.421.0069
admissions@ndvsf.org

Tuition
Transitional Kindergarten

1 Child

$11,990

Tuition
Kindergarten – 8th

1 Child

$9,940

2 Children

$18,360

3+ Children

$25,900

Classroom Aide Fees

The aide fees are per child and are in addition to the tuition above. These fees help cover the salary and benefits of the aides in the respective classrooms.

Transitional Kindergarten

$1,890

Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd Grade

$1,090

3rd, 4th, 5th Grade

$650

6th, 7th, 8th Grade

$330

The tuition and aide fees are paid monthly from August 2019 through May 2020, on the 5th or 20th of the month, depending on which payment date you choose, through the FACTS Tuition Managment Program.

Annual Giving Pledge (AGP)

Each family is asked to consider a yearly pledge of $600.00 per family to Notre Dame des Victoires Church, which has made a commitment to assist the school with special needs, and programs that would not be available to our students without this assistance.

Parent Participation Hours

36 hours for a 2 parent household
18 hours for a single parent household

Parent participation in the daily life of the school helps to build the strong sense of community we are so proud to have at Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires. Parents participate in a variety of ways such as, helping in the library or with art projects, sitting on advisory boards (School Board, Parents Association, Finance, Building and Grounds, etc), to chairing the various events, the Bal de Paris, Father-Daughter Dance, Halloween Carnival, Mother-Daughter Tea, and chaperoning field trips and helping with yard supervision. These are just a few examples of parent participation. We are most grateful for their partnership. 

Contact NDV School

Ecole Notre Dame des Victoires
659 Pine Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
ph 415.421.0069
office@ndvsf.org

Contact NDV Church

Eglise Notre Dame des Victoires
566 Bush Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
ph 415.397.0113
ndvsf.org

NDV is a member of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the Western Catholic Educational Association, the CSJ Educational Network, and the Society of Mary.