Tuition 2018 - 2019
Academic Excellence - Christ Centered - Family Spirit
|9th - 11th Grade||12th Grade|
|College Prep I||$13,500||$14,000|
|Early Registration||$500 if paid by March 23, 2018 (Non-Refundable)|
|Re-Registration||$600 if paid after March 23, 2018 (Non-Refundable)|
|Technology||$250 to be paid by June 1, 2018|
|General Tuition does NOT include:||General Tuition for seniors does NOT include:|
Tuition will be collected throughout the school year using FACTS.
- Final student schedules and IPads will be distributed in August, ONLY to those students who have paid their Registration in full and have been enrolled in FACTS prior to July 1st.
- Tuition for students that withdraw will be prorated.
Tuition Payment Options
The following tuition payment options are available for the 2018-2019 school year:
- A. Monthly Payments:
- Ten equal installments of the tuition amount utilizing the FACTS automatic withdrawal system (once a year fee applies). Payments are July through April.
- Eleven equal installments from June to April, by request.
- B. One payment of the tuition amount due by July 1, 2018, and receive a 2% discount.
- C. Two equal payments – the first payment is due by July 1, 2018 and the second by December 1, 2018.
***All families are required to register with FACTS Management. Sign up here
- Step One: Apply for Step-Up, AAA, McKay
Apply online as soon as possible as funds are awarded on a first come, first serve basis. Families who hope to receive financial assistance from Archbishop Coleman Carroll must complete an application for one of these scholarships.
- Step Two: Apply for financial aid through FACTS
Financial Aid applications for Archbishop Coleman Carroll must be completed using FACTS. These applications cannot be processed if they are not complete and include all necessary documentation. The school has a limited amount of Tuition Assistance.
DEADLINE: May 1, 2018.
Home and School Association:
Parent involvement in the life of each student is an essential component of academic excellence. Since the actual cost per pupil at Archbishop Coleman Carroll High School far exceeds the revenue brought in by tuition and fees, parent participation in fundraising projects enables us to continue to grow in quality as we attempt to keep tuition affordable. The Parents Involvement Program is a means to ensure that all parents are active in the academic life of their children and they contribute to Archbishop Coleman Carroll High School’s fundraising efforts.
Parents are expected to:
- Attend Home and School general parent meetings.
- Attend parent-teacher conferences.
- Participate in fundraisers.
- Volunteer 10 hours per family per year.