Catholic Memorial High School Tuition
Catholic Memorial High School recognizes that private education creates more opportunities for enrichment and invaluable benefits for students. Tuition fees go towards the creation of awards for academic and athletic achievers, impressive athletic and classroom facilities, scholarships, and state-of-the-art technology resources to help the school stand out in a competitive academic world. Catholic Memorial High School also understands that high school tuition is a major cost consideration for families as they prepare to budget for college and other responsibilities. Catholic Memorial High School was founded by families, for families, and CMH strives to make education affordable for all students.
Catholic Memorial High School Tuition Assistance
To be true partners in the education and Catholic faith formation which parents prize, CMH has created the Family Tuition Plan to make Catholic Memorial High School more attainable for entire families. CMH is committed to helping parents balance the cost of education with other financial responsibilities and helping all families find a pathway to make possible a Catholic Memorial High School Education.
Discounts & Assistance Programs
Catholic Memorial High School Family Tuition Discount
CMH offers tuition discounts for families with more than one child attending CMH. There is no need to apply; the plan is automatic and is available to all applicants from both supporting and non-supporting parishes. Please note: Students must be concurrently enrolled in order to receive the discount.
Catholic Memorial High School Tuition Assistance Program
CMH sponsors its own tuition assistance based on financial need. Applications for assistance are available on the CMH website and in the Admissions Office beginning in October. Tuition assistance is awarded on a first-come, first served basis and is not guaranteed. In order to secure your stated award, your child must be registered for classes.
All current families will receive their tuition assistance renewal letters in March, after the school year budget has been approved.
For any questions regarding the tuition assistance program, please contact the Admissions office at email@example.com or call (262) 542-7101.
Wisconsin Parental Choice Program (WPCP)
CMH participates in the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program, which allows eligible students to attend a participating private school in grades four-year-old kindergarten (K4) to 12.
Students who apply must meet a residency requirement and a financial requirement. To meet the residential requirement, students must reside outside of the Milwaukee Public School District and the Racine Unified School District.
More information is available at: www.dpi.wi.gov/sms/choice-programs.
Catholic Memorial High School Scholarships
In addition to tuition assistance, Catholic Memorial High School has created several scholarship opportunities to 8th graders and other students interested in attending Catholic Memorial High School as a chance to showcase academic achievement and a dedication to faith-based education.
There are various scholarships available for families enrolling their students at CMH including:
- Catholic Memorial High School Endowment Scholarships
- Parish-Sponsored Scholarships
- Business-Sponsored Scholarships
- The Catholic Personnel Grant
- The Rose and Louis Scrima Scholarship
- The Lamberty-Kerrigan Music Scholarship
- Catholic Education Scholarships
To determine scholarship eligibility, contact the Admissions office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (262)-542-7101, and they can assist in identifying the scholarship opportunities that apply to each family.
Wisconsin Tax Credit
The Wisconsin Department of Revenue - Schedule PS (Private School) allows parents to deduct up to $10,000 per student in grade 9-12 at a Catholic high school, regardless of income. Parents with students in grades K-8 at a Catholic grade school may deduct up to $4,000. If a student moves from grade 8 to high school in the same tax year, parents may claim both tuition expenses up to $10,000.