Grade
Tuition
Fees
Total
6th
$11,135
$400
$11,535
7th
$12,400
$400
$12,800
8th
$12,400
$430
$12,830
9th
$14,575
$400
$14,975
10th
$14,575
$400
$14,975
11th
$14,575
$400
$14,975
12th
$14,575
$440
$15,015

Tuition at La Salle Institute can be paid in three ways:

  1. Single payment due by July 1st.  (A $300 early payment discount will be applied to your account.)
  2. Two equal payments to be made in August and December through the FACTS tuition payment system.
  3. Equal monthly payments for up to 11 months to begin in July and paid on the 5th or 20th of each month through the FACTS tuition payment system. (Please note that FACTS charges a small annual fee.)
 
Questions regarding tuition, billing and FACTS should be directed to the La Salle Institute Finance Office at (518) 283-2500 x246.

Financial Aid

Can we afford a private school education for our child? This is a very common question asked by parents as they decide whether or not to seek a private education for their child. At La Salle Institute the answer to the affordability question is YES!

How do I apply for financial aid?

  1. New Incoming Students Only: Complete and return the Fast and Free Financial Aid form and return it along with a copy of your most recent federal income tax return and W-2 wage statements to the Office of Admissions. 
  2. Current La Salle students need to complete the Parents Financial Statement. There is a processing fee of $51.00. La Salle Institute's school Code is 4527. Once your application is processed online, La Salle Institute will receive a summary report which we use along with a copy of your current year US income tax return and W-2 (wage statements) to determine your eligibility for aid.
If your child will be a new student in September, they must be accepted for admission to be considered for financial aid.

If your child is a current student at La Salle and you received financial aid this school year, you will not automatically receive aid the following year. It is necessary that you reapply each school year.

Contact Us

Lynne Landrigan
Finance Assistant
518.283.2500 x246

Scholarship Exams

Prospective students are afforded the opportunity to take a scholarship exam prior to being admitted to La Salle Institute. The purpose of the exam is to help La Salle identify the student’s strengths and weaknesses in the areas of reading, math and language arts. Upon admittance, this information will be used to help the staff and faculty to better serve the student and to provide extra support or advanced opportunity in certain areas. Students who show exceptional promise, scoring a 90% or above, may earn scholarship money for the rest of their years at La Salle.

Scholarship exams are held three times throughout the year. The dates for the 2020 – 2021 school year are to be determined.