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Tuition/Financial Aid



Trinity Catholic High School is pleased to announce that we will once again be providing a $2,000 Tuition Scholarship for ALL incoming incoming Freshmen (Class of 2020)!

Families will receive an automatic $1,500 scholarship when applying to Trinity Catholic for the 2016-2017 school year!

An additional $500 scholarship will be given to families who complete the application and registration process by the February 18th deadline!

This tuition scholarship is valid for ALL FOUR YEARS provided that families register by the deadline each year. That means the Tuition Scholarship will save families a total of $8,000 on their student's four-year tuition!

Tuition for the 2015-2016 school year is $9,000 for Catholic students and $9,575 for students of other faiths. With the $2,000 Scholarship, that makes it $7,000 for Catholic students and $7,575 for students of other faiths.

The Tuition Scholarship is a remarkable reflection of the St. Louis Archdiocese commitment to Trinity Catholic High School and the future of Catholic, secondary education in North St. Louis County. This amazing opportunity is being made possible by Archbishop Robert Carlson and the Catholic Education Center.

Do not pass on this incredible opportunity! For more information, contact:

Sr. Karl Mary Winkelmann, S.S.N.D. - Trinity Catholic President - 314-741-1333 ext. 266



Kevin McKenna - Trinity Catholic Director of Advancement - 314-741-1333 ext. 223



Tuition Breakdown for 2015-2016 School Year




(2nd Child) (3rd Child)







Tuition $8,250 $7,500 $6,750 $8,275 $8,825 $8,850
Registration Fee $250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250
General Fee* $350 $350 $350 $350 $350 $350
Supplementary Fee** $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150
Graduation Fee       $75   $75
Total $9,000 $8,250 $7,500 $9,100 $9,575 $9,675

 *Includes textbooks, technology, student record services, course fees and locker fees.
**Includes athletic pass, senior retreat and student day of recollection.

Payment Option #1

Full payment due by July 1, 2015 paid directly to Trinity.  A 3% discount will be given on the tuition amount only.  Fees are not discounted.  Cash, check, MasterCard, Visa or Discover will be accepted.

Payment Option #2

FACTS automatic draft to checking or savings monthly payment plan.  Payments budgeted over 11 months.  July 2015 – May 2016.

Payment Option #3

FACTS automatic draft to checking or savings monthly payment plan.  Payments budgeted over 12 months.  June 2015 – May 2016.

Additional Information


Tuition for all SENIORS must be paid in full by April 2016.

A student enrolling at second semester or later must pay pro-rated tuition & fees at the time of registration.

Every student attending Trinity Catholic High School receives financial assistance.  The actual cost per student for the 2015-2016 school year is approximately $11,750.  The difference between the cost and the tuition is made up through the Archdiocesan parish subsidy and local fund raising.

Financial Aid

FACTS Grant & Aid will be conducting financial need assessment for families applying for financial aid for the 2015-2016 school year.  Families must complete the FACTS application and mail it directly to FACTS (not Trinity).  Packets will be available when the $250 registration fee is paid.  You will be applying for the following programs:  Catholic Families Tuition Assistance, Archdiocesan Grant-In-Aid, Parish Employee Endowment Funds and also Trinity School Funds.  Only families completing the FACTS packet will be considered for financial aid.  Trinity will not evaluate family needs for tuition assistance. 

Family Plan

Recognizing the financial burden of providing a Catholic education for several children in the family, the Archdiocesan Board of Catholic Education has authorized a tuition reduction plan.  The tuition for the second and third child is reduced and additional children pay $1000 plus the fees.  This family plan is reflected in the tuition schedule and applies to students attending any of the Archdiocesan high schools.

Archdiocesan Board Policies

No student may begin a new school year unless all previous financial obligations have been paid.  No student may begin the school year unless the initial tuition payment is received by July.  No student may remain in school unless payments are paid to date.  Transcripts for seniors will not be sent to employers, colleges or other institutions unless tuition is paid in full.  Seniors may not attend prom or participate in graduation ceremonies unless tuition is paid in full.  In the case of a student withdrawing to attend another school no transcripts will be sent unless all financial obligations are paid.  The Administration at Trinity is not authorized to make exceptions to the Archdiocesan Board Policies.