Tuition and Financial Aid Philosophy

As the first Lasallian school in the country, Calvert Hall values the uniqueness of each young man. Each student brings a distinctive perspective, belief, idea, and creative approach, that when shared with others, help form Men of Intellect, Men of Faith and Men of Integrity. Calvert Hall believes that each young man who has the potential to succeed at The Hall should be allotted the opportunity to experience a Catholic, Lasallian education.

By providing financial assistance to eligible young men, Calvert Hall continues to fulfill St. John Baptist de La Salle vision and mission. With support from numerous benefactors, Calvert Hall is able to provide financial assistance to more than 35% of our student body. These students recognize the possibilities available at Calvert Hall and use the gifts provided here to prepare for their futures. Calvert Hall is grateful for the alumni whom pass along the brotherhood through their generous donations to The Hall.

Tuition for the 2020-2021 Academic Year is $17,575
Tuition for the 2020-2021 LaSalle Program is $26,100

In addition to tuition, a $175 non-refundable registration fee is required when a student enrolls or re-enrolls; and a $175 retreat fee is added to the above tuition. A graduation fee of $275 is added to the above tuition for senior year only.

Available Financial Aid

All applicants to Calvert Hall are eligible to apply for financial assistance. Scholarships are awarded for academic merit and need-based.

Academics: Two of the most prestigious academic scholarships are awarded to McMullen Scholars and Brother Tom Miller Scholars. Applicants are chosen by an academic committee and will be notified in January if they are being considered to be admitted into the program.

Need-Based: This form of aid helps bridge the financial gap of tuition and household income. Parents are encouraged to apply for need-based aid through FACTS, and will be notified of their award upon acceptance.

Archdiocesan Parochial Elementary Faculty - In recognition of the extraordinary efforts of our Catholic school teachers in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, Calvert Hall is pleased to offer the St. Mutien-Marie Grant. This partial tuition grant is offered to Calvert Hall students whose parent is a full-time teacher at an archdiocesan elementary/middle school and has completed at least one year of full-time service.  St. Mutien-Marie Grants provide for a one-third reduction in tuition.

For the Mutien-Marie application, please contact Kim Davey in the Finance Office at 410-825-4266, ext. 116.  Please note that families already receiving the grant must reapply each year.  Application deadline is January 15th.

* St. Mutien-Marie Wiaux, FSC was born in Belgium in 1841 and entered the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1856.  He taught at the same school for 58 years, primarily Music & Art.  Praised as a model teacher, he was canonized by Pope John Paul II in 1989.  His feast day is January 30th.

Knott Scholarship - The Knott Scholarship Funds award four-year, full-tuition scholarships to attend a Catholic high school located in Baltimore City, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Harford, or Howard counties. Click here to learn more about the scholarship.


List of 16 frequently asked questions.

  • Q. How do I file for financial aid and what is the deadline?

    Submit a FACTS Grant and Aid Application

    The enrollment period for Financial Aid consideration is November 1, 2020 through December 18, 2020 for all students.
    Please note your 2019 Tax Returns will be required. Please use the information below to assist you in the process:
    Login to FACTS Management:
    • If you have an existing Tuition Payment Plan through FACTS, please sign in using your existing username and password
    • If you are a NEW FACTS User please select “Create a username and password”
    • Click on Start Application
    School ID Code: 2779
    Calvert Hall College High School:
    Eligible Grades
    9th – 12th Grade
    FACTS Management Fees
    Processing Fee (required): $32
  • Q. Will all of my financial needs be met?

    Calvert Hall strives to make a LaSallian education available to all applicants. Financial aid is provided through the generosity of alumni, parents, friends, and income generated from Calvert Hall's endowment. In determining awards, we attempt to respond to the needs of as many families as possible.
  • Q. Do I need to apply for financial aid each year?

    Yes, all families must submit a FACTS Grant and Aid application annually in order for their son's grant to be renewed. Since a family’s economic and financial circumstances change from year to year, our finance committee must review the family’s financial need qualifications each year.

  • Q. How do I find out if my son received Financial Aid?

    Your Financial Aid will be reflected on your sons enrollment/re-enrollment contract. 
  • Q. Does a financial aid award guarantee acceptance into Calvert Hall?

    No, tuition assistance is awarded confidentially and independently of the Admissions Process.
  • Q. What if more than one parent is responsible for tuition payments?

    Each parent must apply for aid and each parent must set-up their own Tuition Payment Plan through FACTS Tuition Management. Each parent must inform the Finance Office of the percentage of the tuition they are responsible for.
  • Q. Are college expenses considered?

    Yes, college expenses are considered. More information may be requested including supporting documentation.
  • Q. What income is included?

    All household income should be included.
  • Q. What if I have to change the information provided to FACTS?

    Log on to your FACTS account and make the changes necessary or you can contact FACTS directly at 866-441-4637. Please note if your there is a change to your address, telephone number or e-mail, you must update your FACTS account in order to ensure you will receive all correspondence.
  • Q. What if my financial needs change?

    In the event of a hardship, please send an e-mail as to the nature of your financial difficulties to Mrs. Carolyn Fisher at to receive an Appeal Form. Our Financial Aid Committee will review your request to determine any changes to your award.  In making our decision, we consider not only the information originally received but any additional information supplied subsequent to our initial review. Please include all contact information in your request.
  • Q. What are the payment options for tuition?


    One payment through FACTS: June 18, 2021
    FACTS Administrative Fee Waived
    Two payments paid through FACTS: July, 2021; January, 2022
    FACTS Administrative fee $15
    Four payments paid through FACTS: July, 2021; September, 2021; November, 2021; and January, 2022 
    FACTS Administrative fee $60
    Ten monthly payments paid through FACTS: July, 2021 through April, 2022
    FACTS Administrative fee $75
  • Q. How do I enroll my son?

    Login to the Calvert Hall Website:
    • click on the decisions tab
    • click on the red "Let us know you decision" button
    • click on the yellow ribbon at the top of the page "You have 1 Contract(s) to Accept"
    • open your contract
    • select your payment terms, sign, review (at the bottom of the review page), accept your contract


    To set up a FACTS Payment Plan login at:
    • Sign in using your existing FACTS username and password if you are a current user of FACTS 
      • If your son has a brother attending Calvert Hall with a current contract please do not create a new account, your incoming student's financials will be added to your current account
    • Create a username and password if you are new to FACTS
    • click on set up a payment plan
    • complete the steps as directed
    • you will be required to pay the $175 Registration Fee when you set up your payment plan
    • your son's financials will be added to your pending agreement by the Calvert Hall Finance Office
    • within 10 days of the finalization of your FACTS Agreement the Tuition Deposit and FACTS Enrollment Fees will be deducted from your account
  • Q. How do I re-enroll my son?

    All Contracts will be available on Thursday, February 18, 2020. To access your re-enrollment contract, login to the Calvert Hall Website
    • Click on the yellow ribbon at the top of the page "You have 1 Contract(s) to Accept"
    • Click on the Review tab next to your son's name
    • Sign, Review and Accept the Contract
      • Your FACTS Payment Plan will roll over and your updated financials will be entered on your FACTS Agreement in the event you have an incoming freshmen enrolling, his financials will be added to your existing account.
    • When your re-enrollment contract is returned, your FACTS Agreement will be finalized and your Registration Fee will be processed
      • within 10 days of your FACTS Agreement Finalization the tuition deposit, FACTS Enrollment and Peace of Mind Benefit Fees (if selected) will be processed.
  • Q. Are there additional fees?

    Yes. There are four additional fees as well as textbook fees. All textbooks are ordered through an online source, and used textbooks are generally available for most classes.

    • $175 yearly registration fee for all students paid up front
    • $175 retreat fee for all students which is added into the tuition payments
    • $275 graduation fee (during a student's senior year)

Finance Department

List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Jean Gould

    Mrs.  Jean Gould 

    Chief Financial Officer
    Towson University - B.A.
  • Photo of Kimberly Davey

    Mrs. Kimberly Davey 

    Finance Department
  • Photo of Diane Green

    Mrs. Diane Green 

    Finance Department
    Md. Institute College of Art - B.A.
  • Photo of Darby Jecelin

    Ms. Darby Jecelin 

    Stevenson University - B.S.

Important Dates

July 1, 2021

Payment plans begin for the 2021-2022 Academic Year

Calvert Hall College High School

8102 La Salle Road | Baltimore, MD 21286 | 410-825-4266 | 410-825-6826 (fax)
Calvert Hall College, a Lasallian Catholic college preparatory school, prepares a diverse community of young men to achieve their full potential utilizing their unique talents. Through excellent academic and extracurricular programs led by innovative and dedicated educators, our students become confident men with the ethical foundation for service, independent thinking,and responsible leadership. Inspired by the faith and zeal of St. John Baptist de LaSalle, our students develop a respect for others as part of an inclusive, lifelong Calvert Hall brotherhood as Men of Intellect, Men of Faith and Men of Integrity.