Tuition is established in January; typically there is a small increase each year.

Valley Catholic High School spends $18,985 on each student in grades 9-12. This figure is called the “True Cost of Education.” Tuition pays just a portion of that amount. To help bridge the gap between tuition and the true cost of education, we ask families to make a tax-deductible donation and to support the Valley Catholic Gala.

Tuition and Fees

To judge a school’s cost accurately, parents must consider not only tuition but also fees, which can add up quickly. Many private schools charge additional fees not only for activities but also for classes – and not only for optional classes but even for required ones. These fees can be difficult to find on school web sites so costs may be much greater than families expect.

Valley Catholic charges almost no extra fees beyond tuition.

The $325 registration fee is the only fee required of all students. The only other fees are a graduation fee for seniors and an $125 athletic fee per sport, paid only by those who play. There are no other extra fees for any class or activity. Students do purchase textbooks for most classes. Valley Catholic tries very hard to keep its costs as reasonable as possible.

2019-2020 tuition per student in grades 9-12

$14,685 (Please contact the admissions director for rates for international students.)



Graduation Fee


**Note: Valley Catholic offers a discount to families with more than one child attending the school. Deduct $250 for each sibling enrolled in grades K-12 at Valley Catholic School.

Tuition is established in January; typically there is a small increase each year.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Financial aid and scholarships are available to current and prospective Valley Catholic High School students.

  • Financial Aid – We use the tuition management company FACTS to process financial aid.

For more information, please contact Admissions Director Kayla Gaspardis at 503-520-4721 or email the Admissions Office.