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Financial Aid and Scholarships

Tuition and Fees for 2014-2015

*Tuition for the 2014-2015 school year will be determined after March 1, 2014. 

Payment Options:

1. $11,824 – Annual

a. Payment methods available: Check, Cashier’s Check, Money Order, Cash or Major Credit Card (credit/debit card payments available online)

b. Single payment due August 10, 2014

2. $5,912 – Semi-Annual

a. Payment methods available: Check, Cashier’s Check, Money Order, Cash or Major Credit Card (credit/debit card payments available online)

b. Two payments due August 10, 2014 and January 10, 2015

3. $1,075 – 11 Monthly Payments

a. Only payment method: Electronic Fund Transfer

b. Deduction from your bank account will be made 11 months from July through May on the 20th. If the 20th falls on a weekend, the deduction will be made from your account on the following Monday.

Please note:

a. You may make payments online with either your credit or debit card by visiting the payment window on our website.

b. Tuition is one blended rate. This is no longer differential between Catholic and Non-Catholic.

c. Central Catholic does not offer discounts for early payment, annual or semi-annual payments, or multiple student families.

d. Families who have financial need are encouraged to file for financial aid and CCHS scholarships by the stated deadlines.

FEES:
1. $275 – Annual Registration Fee – NON-REFUNDABLE

a. Due with registration form

i. Incoming Freshmen – Due Wednesday, April 3, 2014

ii. Returning Students – Due Wednesday, April 3, 2014

2. $275 – ASB Student Activity Fee – NON REFUNDABLE – Due July 10, 2014

3. $160 – Senior Fee – NON REFUNDABLE – Due July 10, 2014

4. Class Fees & Book Rental Fees - Amounts will vary. Please consult the Curriculum Guide for specific class fee amounts. Class fees are charged to your account along with the textbook fees in October. Fees are refundable with written approval of class change from your student academic counselor.
5. $150 – Students for Students Fundraising Requirement.  Each student is expected to raise a minimum of $150 between mid November and mid January.  If the minimum is not met, parents will be billed the difference on your March statement.  S4S Questions?  Please contact the Central Catholic Development Office.



Our Philosophy

Central Catholic is committed to providing an excellent Catholic, secondary education to young men and women from a broad range of socio-economic backgrounds. With the help of an extremely generous network of alumni and friends, Central Catholic financial aid and scholarships can help many students who, without this support, would be unable to attend.

There are options for both new and current families. We encourage those interested to read each section carefully for qualifications, requirements and deadlines.

Financial Aid

Resources available in the form of direct tuition assistance based on financial need. Central Catholic uses Private School Aid Service (PSAS), an outside service who evaluates all applications impartially based on the data provided.

Endowed/Merit Scholarships

Central Catholic’s scholarship program is a distinguishing characteristic of the school. Hundreds of people have made sacrifices to establish named scholarships for the benefit of current students. Currently there are over 70 endowed scholarships at Central Catholic High School . These scholarships have been set up in honor of or in memory of loved ones.