FAQs

Q: How many students attend Saint Saviour High School?
A: There are approximately 200 young women currently enrolled at Saint Saviour. 

Q: What's your student-faculty ratio and average class size?
A: On average, our student-faculty ratio is 9:1, and our average class size is approximately 16 students.

Q: Do students at Saint Saviour use computers?
A: Yes!  We are excited to announce the Chromebook 1:World program. We also have MAC computers in our library and technology lab.

Q: What is the cost of attending Saint Saviour?
A: Our tuition for the 2017-18 school year is $10,300.

Q: Are Advanced Placement courses offered?
A: We have 12 AP courses in the following areas: Computer Science, English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, Latin, French, World History, United States History, European History, Psychology, Calculus AB, Calculus BC and Chemistry.

Q: Do Saint Saviour students have opportunities to travel abroad?
A: Yes!  A different travel opportunity with faculty chaperones through EF Tours is offered each year during Easter Break. Past trips have included: Italy, Eastern Europe, Scotland and England, Northern Italy and Switzerland, and Japan. Our 2018 trip will take our students to Spain. Our 2019 trip will take our students to Ireland.

Q: Where is Saint Saviour High School located?
A: Saint Saviour is located in the neighborhood of Park Slope in Brooklyn, close to public transportation (F, G and R trains plus Long Island Railroad and 2/3/D are a 15 minute walk) and major highways.  Many of our students reside in Brooklyn but we also have students travel to Saint Saviour from Manhattan and Queens.

Q: Does Saint Saviour provide academic accommodations for students with learning disabilities?
A: Yes. To receive more information on this, please contact our guidance department at 718-768-4406 x16 for further information.