Admission Facts (Q&A)

How to apply?

Students currently attending Catholic elementary schools associated with the Diocese of Cleveland may apply for admission by indicating Cleveland Central Catholic as their first choice on the application distributed by their elementary school. The application for the school year 2022-2023 is currently available for download for students currently attending non-Catholic or public schools. Parents should complete the application and forward the required documents and student records to Cleveland Central Catholic. Once the student’s application has been reviewed, the student and their families will be notified of a decision by mail.

 

What is the tuition cost to attend Cleveland Central Catholic?

Cleveland Central Catholic High School is a tuition-based high school. Tuition for the 2022-2023 school year is $9,700, with an additional $150 registration fee. For students with IEPs, there are also special education service fees.

 

Do you have tuition assistance programs and scholarships available?

Cleveland Central Catholic accepts the Cleveland Scholarship, Ed-Choice Scholarship, Autism Scholarship, and the Jon Peterson Scholarship. The Admissions department will assist families in applying for the most appropriate scholarship. Families can begin to apply for the scholarships for the fall 2023-2024 school year beginning February 1, 2023. Tuition assistance and sibling discounts are also available. Academic scholarships may be awarded by CCCHS.

 

What is the Work Study scholarship program?

Students and parents can earn tuition credit hours by volunteering their time during school events. Duties vary based on need. One hour of volunteering is equivalent to $10 towards tuition. Families can earn up to $1,500, per student, per school year.

 

How can I take the scholarship placement exam?

Our scholarship placement exam is taken through a monitored online platform. This is an opportunity for students to earn additional scholarship money. Students may register through our website for the upcoming placement exam dates as space is limited. There is no fee.

 

Who takes the scholarship placement exam?

All incoming 9th graders and transfer students take the scholarship placement exam as part of the admissions process.

 

When can I shadow or tour the campus?

A Shadowing experience and a campus tour are both great ways to experience student life at Cleveland Central Catholic. Personal tours for families are available by appointment only with limited persons. Click here to register for a campus tour.

 

How can I get more information about Cleveland Central Catholic application process?

Information sessions are offered through an online platform. This gives students and families the opportunity to ask specific questions regarding the admissions process. Families and students may register for information sessions through our website.  APPLY HERE to receive more information.

 

*For best practices and consideration of the safety and concern of our Cleveland Central Catholic families, all admissions and campus events are subject to change.