Tuition/Admission

Pre-Kindergarten
A pre-kindergarten program is offered on Monday, Wednesday and Friday all day.  Tuition is $1450 for parish members and $1800 for non-parish members.   It is open to 3 year and 4 year old children. 

Kindergarten
A Kindergarten program is offered 5 days a week all day.  Tuition is $1675 for parish members and $1900 for non-parish members. .

Registration Form

Registration forms are due Auguest 1, 2015 for the 2015-2016 school year. 
 
If you pay in full by August 1, 2015 you will receive $100.00 off your tuition.
 
If you recruit a new family, you will receive $100.00 off your tuition.
 
If you can not afford the full tuition price, you must schedule a meeting with the principal  to make other arrangements.

Fair Share Tuition Grades 1-6

Fair Share tuition at Holy Cross is where each family registered determines what they will contribute toward  the total cost of educating their child.   At the time of registration, each family is asked to declare their pledge of Fair Share.    The family alone determines their Fair Share.   In determining fair share, we advise the family to consider these factors:

  1. Their income, assets and savings.
  2. Special circumstances in their family.
  3. The value they give Catholic Education.
  4. Prayerful reflection.

Fair Share pledges are made with the principal and kept confidential.   Each family may determine when and how often they pay tuition.   Most families choose to pay monthly and on a 9-month basis.   We encourage this type of model so that tuition payments do not become on overwhelming burden.

Admission

No child whose parents desire to enroll him/her in Holy Cross School will be denied on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender or religion.

Kindergartners must be 5 by the first of September of the calendar year in which they intend to enroll.   First graders must be 6 by the first of September of the calendar year in which they intend to enroll or have attended Kindergarten.   Pre-K students must be 3 by September 1st of the celandar year in which they intend to enroll.    Students must be potty trained and self-sufficent.    

Non-Catholic Students

Students who are not Catholic and attending Holy Cross are expected to attend Mass and be respectful of the Church's practices.   Students are expected to participate in religion class. 

  

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