Affordability & Aid
Tuition & Fees
Cathedral High School is committed to providing a superior education at an affordable price. The Cathedral Board of Directors establishes an annual tuition, which represents only a portion of the cost of educating each student.
Tuition for the 2019-2020 school year is $15,765, and there is a student activity fee of $575.
If you have ANY questions pertaining to tuition or tuition assistance, contact Duane Emery, Director of Counseling and Financial Aid Director, at email@example.com, or call (317) 968-7370.
In addition to tuition and the activity fee, students and families are responsible for items such as iPads, books, lunch (approximately $5 per day if purchased at Cathedral), and other miscellaneous co-curricular and extracurricular activities.
There is an annual fee for students enrolled in the Language Support Program of $800 for 9th and 10th grade, and $400 for 11th and 12th grade.
Each year through the generosity of alumni, parents, students and friends, Cathedral is able to offer tuition assistance to students who might not otherwise be able to afford private education. In fact, Cathedral has awarded approximately $2.8 million in tuition assistance during the 2019-2020 school year. If you are hesitant to consider Cathedral for financial reasons, we strongly encourage you to apply for tuition assistance, as such assistance has made Cathedral a reality for many families!
What should I do next?
If you have questions about tuition and/or tuition assistance, call us at (317) 968-7360. We would be glad to sit down with you and talk you through the process. Also, if you have not registered for the High School Placement Test, you can do so here. To get an even better feel for life at Cathedral, register your 8th grader for a Shadow Visit and/or plan to attend one of our Parent Preview Days.
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Scholarships & Awards
The 285-student Class of 2019 earned a record $57.6 million in college scholarship offers, the most in school history.
Our office of Lifelong Connections gives Cathedral students access to our network of 14,000 alumni for job shadow and internship opportunities.
True College Preparation
Market research with graduates and their parents show that Cathedral students feel better prepared than their peers to handle college-level classes.
Depth of College Counseling
Students work with their dedicated college counselor all four years, giving them an advantage in being accepted into the colleges of their choice.
Diversity of Student Body
Jobseekers in today's global workforce need to be culturally competent and be able to work with a wide variety of people. Cathedral's commitment to diversity means students learn with—and about—others unlike themselves.