Tuition Information

The Xaverian Board of Trustees has confirmed tuition for the 2020-2021 school year at $16,300 per student, and $10,475 for Genesis students, excluding fees. 

Each family on the high school level pays an additional $250 activity fee per student that includes athletic and intramural memberships, club memberships, and memberships to all groups and organizations. Families also pay an annual Technology Fee of $135.  Incoming freshmen also pay a non-refundable registration fee of $250. Our Genesis families each pay a $275 Activity Fee per student.

Tuition is regulated by the Board of Trustees.

Xaverian is proud to offer many different types of aid for students and families.  Each year, Xaverian distributes approximately $4.4 million in academic merit-based scholarships and need-based financial aid from our Endowment Fund. Xaverian also offers Grants to sons/daughters of the NYPD and FDNY.  All of these offerings are outlined below, along with application procedures.  Please note that Xaverian does not offer Athletic Scholarships. 

Academic Scholarships

Students interested in receiving academic scholarship must sit for Xaverian’s Scholarship exam on Saturday, December 5th,  2020.  Students must have at least a 90 overall average to sit for this exam and students indicate interest for this exam on Xaverian’s Online Application.  Scholarship awards are based on the scholarship exam, TACHS test, application content, letters of recommendation, and student grades.  Scholarships are awarded to students over four years, subject to maintaining academic requirements.

Music Scholarships

Students that have had at least a few years of musical experience are encouraged to audition for a music scholarship.  Music auditions should be scheduled directly with Mr. Joseph Loposky, Director of Music at Xaverian, at (718) 836-7100, extension 177.  Music auditions usually happen the second or third week in December.  Mr. Loposky will arrange the exact date and time as well as let you know what to prepare.

Students can receive both Academic and Music Scholarships!

Financial Aid

Xaverian offers nearly $1 million in need-based financial aid annually, the largest amount of any private or parochial school in New York City.

Financial Aid Application Details for ALL STUDENTS
The online application process for all students (excluding incoming freshmen) will begin on February 1st, 2021 and end on April 15th, 2021. You must provide a copy of your 2020 filed income taxes. Be sure to follow the instructions listed at right for FAIR application procedure.

Incoming freshman must submit financial aid applications from October 1st to December 15th, 2020.   You must provide a copy of your 2019 filed income taxes. Be sure to follow the instructions listed at right for FAIR application procedure. 

If you have any questions regarding the financial aid applications process, please contact the Business Office at (718) 836-7100 x180.

Applications are mailed to an independent processing firm, F.A.I.R. (Financial Aid Independent Review) for analysis. Awards are based on families' need, as it compares to other families' applications. Historically, financial aid grants range between $600 - $3,000 per family and are contingent upon favorable academic and discipline reviews.

This aid is made available through financial contributions to our school's Endowment Fund by alumni, parents and other supporters. The interest in our Endowment enables us to increase the amount of financial assistance made available to families in need. 

FAIR Application Info

Xaverian evaluates all requests for financial aid.  

FAIR Application
In order for families to apply for financial aid online, they will need the following:
  1. School Code = 132
  2. Password = xhs132
  3. A valid email address
  4. A credit card to complete payment (Visa or Mastercard)
  5. A complete copy of the 2019 Federal Income Tax Return with all schedules and W-2's for incoming Freshman (a copy of the 2020 Federal income tax return is needed for grades 10 -12)
In order to begin the application process parents should go to and click on the "Parent Login" link. They can then create a user account using their email address and a password that they select. Once they have created a user account and signed in they will be able to complete the FAIR application online.

Once you have completed the application process you will receive a confirmation page that verifies FAIR has received your application as well as an email reconfirming receipt (for families submitting paper applications will receive a postcard confirming receipt of your application). The confirmation page and the email will also remind you to submit your tax return to FAIR as soon as possible. 

For Incoming Freshman Only: Online applications may be submitted beginning October 1, 2020

Deadline for Application is December 15, 2020
For current Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors: To re-apply online, Online Applications may be submitted beginning February 1, 2021
Deadline for Application is April 15, 2021

Outside Grants

The Columbus Citizens Foundations provides scholarships to eligible students of Italian-American descent. Visit for details.

The Holy Name Society offers scholarships for Catholic High School to the children of NYPD Families. Visit for details.

Additional Scholarships for Sons & Daughters of the NYPD and FDNY

These scholarships are awarded to incoming 9th grade students who demonstrate academic promise, as well as financial need. If there are other circumstances that you believe merit the attention of the administration, please attach a separate letter. All Xaverian students with a parent who is a uniformed officer of the NYPD or FDNY are eligible for an annual $500 tuition credit through the Fortis Fund program. Please call x180 for requirements. The deadline for the Class of 2025 to apply for the Fortis Fund for the academic year 2021-2022 is May 1st.

Established in 1957, Xaverian is one of thirteen schools nationwide sponsored by the Xaverian Brothers.
7100 Shore Road         Brooklyn, New York 11209         Phone: (718) 836-7100