Central Catholic Announces 2023-2024 Tuition,
Providing World-Class Education at Highest Value
The 2023-2024 academic tuition has been set at $16,300, which represents a modest 3% increase over 2022-2023 costs.
The Board of Directors at Central Catholic is keenly aware of the financial challenges families are facing these times. Guided by our Marist mission and commitment to provide you with the best experience in private, Catholic education at the greatest value, we recently met to determine how to maintain our excellence while addressing rising costs.
Affirming our commitment, we set next year’s 2023-2024 tuition with a modest increase of 3%, totaling $16,300.
While most schools are seeing significant jumps in tuition, we continue to maintain one of the lowest tuition rates among private and Catholic college preparatory schools in the region.
CCHS provides every Raider a safe place to reach beyond their comfort zone to become successful young adults. Most importantly, the life-long values of love and compassion for one another remain the foundation of Central’s family spirit.
Thank you for being a valued member of the Central Catholic Family and for entrusting us with your student!
Thank you for your confidence in our mission! We look forward to welcoming you back to campus in the fall. Secure your spot by re-enrolling today.
We Are Central!
Distinguished by their knowledge, passion, skill, and daily commitment to excellence...
Our faculty care deeply about their students and believe in their success.
Exceptional Academic Opportunities
That challenge students to develop their talents to the fullest through our innovative courses and rigorous curriculum...
Our curriculum also includes 28 AP courses and several dual college enrollment courses.
Vibrant Student Life & Raider Spirit
Offering 30 varsity sports programs and over 60 clubs and activities...
Students are encouraged to participate in Raider Athletics, which offers 30 varsity sport programs, and our over 60 clubs and activities as they explore and develop their interests and passions.
Marist Service, Leadership, & Faith
Students committed to making the world a better place...
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...
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.
A Safe & Nurturing Environment
As we build a more inclusive and equitable community...
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!
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.
Because of the philanthropic support of generous alumni and benefactors, Central Catholic is able to provide an unparalleled education that far exceeds what tuition would make possible.
Read more about the opportunities made possible by a Central Catholic education...
On Thursday, May 25, the 276 members of the Class of 2023 received their diplomas as part of the 85th Commencement Exercises of Central Catholic High School! More photos and details will be posted in the coming days from Commencement and additional senior events and activities.
This year's graduating class gathered in the Memorial Gymnasium on May 21 to celebrate each other and their achievements and contributions to the Raider Family. Congratulations to the Class of 2023 and all of the award recipients!
Congratulations to the Academic Leaders of the Class of 2023! Three Raiders have earned their way to the head of the class: Allyson Lightburn '23 (on right) and Ranjana Ramesh '23 (center) have been named Co-Valedictorians, and Sydney Demers '23 (on left) has been named Salutatorian.
Thank you to the Central Catholic Library & Media Center and the CCHS Animal Welfare Club for working with the Pets & People Foundation to bring in Therapy Animals as students take their AP Exams!
During her senior year, Class President Ranjana Ramesh '23 has been recognized as a National Merit Finalist, a Presidential Scholar Semifinalist, and a Cameron Impact Scholar. She recently committed to attend Brown University, selecting it over Harvard, Dartmouth, and a host of other great options.
The arts came alive at Central Catholic in April with the culmination of efforts from throughout the year! Be sure to check out the photo albums from the Theatre Guild's production of Disney's The Little Mermaid, Spring Concerts by the Band & Chorus programs, and the Art Expo 2023 Opening and Closing Receptions!
Congratulations to Ms. Casey Grange '03, Assistant Athletic Director for Central Catholic High School, for being selected as a recipient of the 2023 Massachusetts Women in Athletics Distinguished Service Award!
Join us on Thursday, April 27, for the Spring Chorus Concert and the Closing Reception of Art Expo 2023! View photos from the Opening Reception and the Spring Band Concert held on April 13.
On April 5, eight teams of entrepreneur students made their pitches to three real life entrepreneurs as part of Raider Shark Tank! Thank you to our judges, to our student-entrepreneurs, to host and teacher Mr. Matthew Sansoucie '06, and to everyone who assisted with and attended this great event!
Congratulations to Nathan Blanchette '24 on winning a National Championship, earning his second straight New England Wrestling Championship, completing an undefeated season, and being named the Eagle-Tribune Wrestler of the Year!
Come celebrate the talents and work of our student-artists and musicians! Join us on Thursday, April 13, for the Art Expo 2023 Opening Reception and the Spring Band Concert, followed on April 27 by the Art Expo 2023 Closing Reception and the Spring Chorus Concert.
Central Catholic wishes you and your families a Blessed Holiday as we celebrate the Joy & Promise of Easter! Thank you to Campus Ministry, to the Liturgical Band & Chorus, and to all those who contributed to our Holy Week Prayer Service in the Memorial Gymnasium on April 6, 2023.
Come cheer on our student-entrepreneurs as they pitch their best ideas and compete against each other for a "$25,000" investment from three real life entrepreneurs as part of Raider Shark Tank this Wednesday, April 5, in the Rogers Memorial Theater! Thank you to our entrepreneur judges, Mr. Gino Baroni '74, Ms. Lynn Makiej, and Mr. Evan Silverio '98.
The Theatre Guild is proud to present Disney's The Little Mermaid on March 30, March 31, and April 1 in Central Catholic's Allan B. Rogers Memorial Theater. Friday and Saturday night have sold out!
As a Marist school, we are participating in the Marist Brothers' Province-wide Solidarity effort to help build a new school in Liberia, West Africa! Students are invited to participate in a free will offering Dress Down Day on Friday, March 24 in support of this effort.
Members of the IYNA Neuroscience Club at Central Catholic recently explored the mysteries of the brain – from the inside out, with their own hands - by dissecting gelatin brain molds.
This year's Spirit Week is in full swing with theme days and giveaways, culminating in the Spirit Week Pep Rally on Thursday and the Walk Holiday and Visions Coffeehouse on Friday. This annual celebration of Raider Spirit is a defining experience shared by generations of CCHS students.
Ms. Jeanne Burns, Assistant Principal: Academic Dean, has announced the Academic Honor Roll of Students and Award Winners for the Second Term of the 2022-2023 Academic Year (as of 2/14/2023). The Administration, Faculty, and Staff congratulate these young men and women for their well-earned achievements.
Congratulations to the Raider Gymnastics Team on its second straight Merrimack Valley Conference D1 Championship, the North Sectional Championship, an undefeated season, and the 2022 MVC Meet Championship. Congratulations to Camryn Rueda '23, All-Around State Champion!
In early February, when Syria and Turkey were devastated by a severe earthquake, the Marist Family was directly impacted. The Blue Marists in Aleppo, Syria have served those who have suffered in the war-torn area for many years. Central Catholic students are supporting the earthquake relief efforts - proceeds are going to the Blue Marists.