- Sacramental Preparation
- Religious Education
- Adult Formation
- Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
- Bible Studies
- Small Groups
- Spiritual Reading Book Club
- Catechism online
- Scripture online
Admissions, Tuition, and Forms
An online application must be completed for each new student. Similarly, an online re-registration must be completed for each new student. St. John the Evangelist school uses a system called TADS to manage its online applications, registrations, and tuition management. You must create a TADS account using a unique set-up code that has been prepopulated for you. If you have any questions about the process, please contact the school office at 301-681-7656.
New Student Admissions
Baptismal certificate (if applicable, unless baptized at St. John the Evangelist)
Immunization Policy Acknowledgement and Form completed/signed by physical or health official
Transcript/Information Request (required for new students in grades 1-8)
Current Student Re-registration
We are committed to making sure our education is affordable for anyone who meets our academic standards and shows the potential to thrive in our school.
|Half-Day Junior Kindergarten (4 year olds)||$5,350|
|Full-Day Junior Kindergarten (4 year olds)||$8,900|
|Kindergarten - Grade 8 (Catholic)||$7,500|
|Kindergarten - Grade 8 (Non-Catholic)||$9,600|
|New Student Application Fee||$100|
|Courtesy Application Fee||$50 (current SJE families applying by 1/26/16)|
|New Student Testing Fee||$100 (determines readiness for grade level)|
|K-8 Family Registration Fee||$300 (due upon registraton for new families)|
|K-8 Re-Registration Fee||$300 (due by 2/28/16 or subject to $100 late fee)|
|K-8 Book/Hot Lunch/Field Trip Fee||$300 (mandatory fee, per child, due with tuition)|
The Archdiocese of Washington works hard to keep Catholic education as affordable as possible. Part of this effort is the Archdiocesan Tuition Assistance Program, available to students applying to or currently enrolled in Catholic schools within the Archdiocese.Tuition assistance is available through the Archdiocese of Washington for families of students entering grades K-12 . All families seeking any form of discount or assistance should apply. Application is provided through the same TADS service that handles school registration and is available online here. Click on Apply for Tuition Assistance and create your own account. This is a confidential, third-party process so if you would like our Pastor and Principal to know any extenuating circumstances, it is helpful to fill out the special letter/paragraph when you are given the opportunity in the application process. TADS only reports the award amount they calculate, but there may be other circumstances that the application process does not cover for you, which the personal statement can address. We want to help you, so let us know!
Archdiocesan Financial Aid
Families with a documented need are eligible for local and Archdiocesan aid. Current and prospective students were awarded just over $53,000 in aid for the 2015-2016 school year. Deadlines to apply are in the late fall for current families and mid-winter for prospective families. Aid is based on documented financial need.
Helping to Put a Catholic Education Within a Child's Reach - The Shepherd Foundation, based in Washington, DC, provides tuition assistance for families who need financial aid in order to send their children to Catholic elementary and high schools. We don't help these children because they are Catholic, but because we are Catholic. The Shepherd Foundation contributes a certain amount to each school it assists and allows the schools to determine how those funds should be distributed. If you would like to be considered for assistance from The Shepherd Foundation, please contact the school office.