FAQs

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

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 2018-19 school year is $10,500.

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, Japan and Spain. Our 2019 trip will take our students to Ireland. Our 2020 trip will take our students to Australia and Hawaii (The USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor).

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 for further information.