Divine Mercy works with students from their first classroom experiences through eighth grade to provide an all-encompassing, Catholic education that serves as the foundation for their futures. As a school, we strive to educate the whole child: mind, body, and spirit.
With a rigorous curriculum and high standards, students are prepared for high school, and for life, when they graduate from Divine Mercy.
We are able to provide this exceptional education through the tuition families pay to send their students to our school. To send one child to Divine Mercy, it costs about $19 dollars per school day.
Tuition for the 2017-2018 school year:
- K4 students with half day enrollment: $2,458
- K4 students with full day enrollment: $3,386
- One child enrolled in K5 through 8th grade: $3,386
- Two children enrolled in K5 through 8th grade: $5,508
- Three or more children enrolled in K5 through 8th grade: $6,900
We understand that tuition can make a Catholic education harder to obtain for some families – and we believe that finances should not be the deciding factor when selecting the foundation for your child’s future. We are proud to offer several outlets for tuition assistance at Divine Mercy, including participation in the Milwaukee and Wisconsin Parental Choice Programs.
To qualify for the Milwaukee Choice program, families must live in the City of Milwaukee and have a family income under a certain financial guideline. The Wisconsin Choice program mitigates the City of Milwaukee boundaries. When eligible, these programs pay all school tuition and fees — making Catholic education a viable choice for all families.
If you believe your family might be eligible for this assistance, contact the school office. We can help you fill out all necessary paperwork and/or explore other tuition assistance programs.
Our goal is to help you set your student on the path to success with a Divine Mercy education.