Admitted Student Finances
The tuition for the 2020 - 2021 school year is $13,900.
Accepted students can enroll at Matignon High School by completing the online registration form OR submitting a hard copy enrollment form. Enrollment forms must be accompanied with a one-time, non-refundable enrollment deposit of $250. Forms and payment can be returned to Matignon's Office of Admissions. Please make checks payable to Matignon High School.
Tuition Payment Process
FACTS Management handles the billing and collection of all tuition payments on behalf of Matignon High School. It is our goal to provide you with an opportunity to conveniently manage your account, make payments, view your payment schedule, and update your account with flexibility and ease. FACTS online and mobile solutions will offer you flexible payment plans and terms to meet your needs.
Matignon High School offers three payment plans for tuition:
I. Pay in full: full payment due July.
II. Two-payment plan: Two equal payments due July and December.
III. Monthly payment plan: 10-month electronic payment plan typically beginning in July.
A tuition deposit of $800 per student is due May 1, 2019. This deposit goes toward tuition.
Please click here to create your FACTS agreement. You will need to create a username and password if you don't have one, enter demographic and student information, choose your payment plan, and your preferred payment method.
Once you have completed this process and Matignon High School finalizes the agreement, you will receive a confirmation letter via email from FACTS. Each student's deposit of $800 should be set up in FACTS by April 1, 2020 and will be processed in May 2020. Payments will begin in July 2020 as scheduled.
Total Cost of Attendance
It is the goal and hope of Matignon High School to provide transparency with regard to tuition and cost of attending. We encourage families to consider the following additional expenses for financial planning purposes. This list is meant to give families an idea of additional expenses and is by no means comprehensive: