Tuition & Financial Aid
Investing in Your Child's Future
We see North Catholic as an investment in your child's future, and we are committed to making Catholic education available to as many families as possible. The Diocese and North Catholic’s administration work diligently to keep costs in line, while constantly seeking sources for scholarship monies for students.
Our administration, faculty, and staff work diligently to provide an exceptional educational experience to all our students. We seek to empower our students to be faith-filled leaders within their communities.
At North Catholic, we have proudly graduated over 15,000 men and women who are now leaders in our region and nation.
Tuition Rates for 2022-2023
$15,350 Catholic students (Registered members of a Parish in the Diocese of Pittsburgh)
$16,350 Non-Catholic students
$17,575 International Student
These amounts include transportation, technology, and school-sponsored athletics.
We understand that an investment in a Catholic education can be a sacrifice for many.
Through our efforts, we are able to provide an average aid award of $5,000 to our qualifying families. Through our fundraising efforts, alumni support, and our community sponsors, we aim to support our students, making North Catholic affordable and attainable.
In order to be considered for need-based aid, families must complete the FACTS application. FACTS management is an independent third party service contracted by North Catholic to process applications. Financial aid decisions are confidential and made by North Catholic High School. Prospective families are notified in late January/early February when the application is open for the upcoming school year.
The FACTS application will also be used by the Diocese of Pittsburgh to determine eligibility from any of their funding sources, such as the Bishop’s Education Fund (requires a Pastor’s Signature Sheet). The Pastor Signature Sheet can be emailed directly to Brian Gauntner, our North Catholic Business Manager. To learn more about need-based aid opportunities, please visit the Diocesan website by clicking HERE.
Please contact Brian Gauntner at 412-321-4823 x511 with any additional questions.