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Central Catholic Announces 2022-2023 Tuition,

Providing World-Class Education at Highest Value

The 2022-2023 academic tuition has been set at $15,825, which represents a 3% increase over 2021-2022 costs.

Central Catholic offers a world-class education while maintaining one of the lowest tuition rates among private and Catholic college preparatory schools in the region through prudent management of the school’s finances.

This unique combination of opportunities gives every CCHS student a safe place to reach beyond their comfort zone to become a young adult with unlimited promise.

Most importantly, the life-long values of love and compassion for one another remains the foundation of Central Catholic’s family spirit.

We Are Central!

Exceptional Academic Opportunities

That challenge students to develop their talents to the fullest through our innovative courses and rigorous curriculum...

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Our curriculum also includes 27 AP courses and several dual college enrollment courses. 

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Marist Service, Leadership, & Faith 

Students committed to making the world a better place... 

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Students develop their faith and sense of self through retreats, Campus Ministry, the One Day Service Program, the Camp Champagnat Leadership Institute, the Freshman Year Experience program, and more.
 

School & College Counseling

Helping students choose their path at CCHS and find their best fit colleges...

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Students connect with counselors, individually and in groups and seminars, each step of the way as they choose their path at CCHS and explore careers and colleges. Our Counseling Office walks students through the college application process as they determine their best fit colleges and universities across the country and internationally, often earning scholarships to make their choice more affordable. Click here to learn more.

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A Safe & Nurturing Environment

As we build a more inclusive and equitable community...

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Central Catholic prides itself on offering a welcoming, respectful, and safe environment where students can explore and develop their unique identities and talents while appreciating the identities and talents of others.

We call each other to follow Jesus’ example of love as we work to build an inclusive and equitable community. Click here to learn more.


This unique combination of opportunities gives every CCHS student a safe place to reach beyond their comfort zone to become a young adult with unlimited promise.  

Most importantly, the life-long values of love and compassion for one another remains the foundation of Central’s family spirit. 

Thank you for your confidence in our mission and for being a member of the Central Catholic Family!

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Financial Aid

Central Catholic High School offers financial assistance to students whose families demonstrate significant financial need.

Click Here for Financial Aid Information

Based on available funds and the number of applicants each year, Central Catholic makes every effort to provide assistance to those families who need help.


Read more about the opportunities made possible by a Central Catholic education...


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Central Catholic has begun creating a Raider Winter Wonderland on campus! Join with us in the Christmas spirit for some of the many upcoming activities and events at CCHS, including the The Christmas Project, the Raider Festival of Trees, The Raider Family Christmas Gift-Wrapping Party, the Band & Chorus Christmas Concert, the Advent & Christmas Prayer Service, and the Visions Christmas Coffeehouse.

Read More about Celebrating a Very Raider Christmas
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As we approach Veterans Day, the Central Catholic Family is paying tribute to those who have served or are serving in the armed forces. Last week, Peer Leaders collected candy for deployed service members and veterans, and we are continuing to collect names of veterans and profiles for the Call of Faith & Duty: A Tribute to Veterans.

Read More about Honoring Those Who Serve
Group photo of students who participated in the camp

In early August, seven rising juniors traveled to Indiana to participate in the Marist Youth Leadership Camp with Campus Minister Mrs. Earline Tweedie and Marists from all across the country. Nine Marist schools from around the USA (MA, NY, NJ, FL, IL, TX and OR) were represented.

Read More about Leading in the Marist Way