Marquette Catholic

306 West 10th Street     Michigan City, Indiana  46360

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a college preparatory school

Robert Gidley

Director of Finance

bob.gidley@marquette-hs.org

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In everything we do, we believe in challenging the traditional way of educating our students. We believe in thinking critically and inspiring them to do the same. We do this by encouraging them to be driven, to be global, to be passionate, to be connected, to find faith, to discover God and to work for the Common Good. We ask our students to embrace high expectations, to become exceptional and, ultimately, change the world.     #moreatMQT

Tuition
2016 – 2017 Academic Year

Traditional Day Student                              $   8,200.00
International Day Student                           $ 10,225.00
International Boarding Student                    $ 48,100.00

Marquette Catholic High School admits students of any gender, race or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities made available at the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of gender, race or ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies or policies related to scholarship opportunities, tuition assistance, athletics, and other school-administered programs.

Indiana Choice Scholarship Program:
www.schoolchoiceindiana.com

The Choice Scholarship Program provides scholarships to eligible students by utilizing a portion of the State funds allocated for that child to follow them to the non-public school of their choice.

  • Students must have been in a public school for the two semesters prior to the semester in which they will receive the scholarship.
  • Families below the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Income Guideline are eligible to receive a voucher/scholarship for 90% of the tuition support.
  • Families below 150% the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Income Guideline are eligible to receive a voucher/scholarship for 50% of the tuition support.


Tuition Assistance:
Since its founding in 1886, Marquette Catholic High School has supported its students and their families with assistance. Integral to the mission of the school since its earliest days, has been a commitment to provide a high quality Catholic, secondary education for young men and women from across Northwest Indiana. The school attempts to make it possible for all qualified students, regardless of family income, to attend Marquette Catholic High School.

Because all students are subsidized to reduce the cost of tuition, we strongly encourage each family to participate in the school’s fundraising efforts either by volunteering, donating or attending the events.

Marquette Catholic High School makes every effort to make a Catholic education affordable to students by allocating funds for need-based tuition assistance. Financial assistance comes from four sources; the Diocese of Gary, the Marquette Foundation, Marquette Catholic High School and private donors.

While we understand that it is a sacrifice for any family to send their children to a Catholic high school, all Marquette families are expected to make a serious financial commitment to pay their child's tuition.

There is no standard formula for determining the amount of tuition assistance awarded to a family. Each case is considered individually, assessing various factors. The tuition assistance application becomes available in mid-January and is downloadable from
www.psas.org  - there is no paper form. This application must be filled out by the parents or guardians of the student, and then submitted online.

Several factors are taken into consideration when looking at each application - the level of participation in your home parish, children’s tuition, extraordinary family expenses and family situations. Once PSAS completes their evaluation, the results are sent to the school and are reviewed by the Tuition Assistance Committee. All information is held in the strictest of confidence.  Assistance packages come in the form of grants and are applied directly to the family's tuition.