Sharing Our Vision
The mission of Catholic High School is to teach Gospel values in an environment of academic excellence according to Catholic tradition and the spirit of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart.
We believe in a holistic approach to education. We believe that a young person learns from his or her total experience of the school setting. We attempt to address the religious, academic, social, psychological, physical and cultural development of the young person through the schools programs, courses and policies.
For a more in-depth look at who we are and what we do, please read Sharing Our Vision.
Boys in grades 6, 7 and 8 and parents are invited to attend. Parking is available in the Westmorland parking lot, with additional parking available at the St. Joseph’s Academy Activity Center on Parker Street. There will be a shuttle available from the Activity Center to Catholic High School.
OPEN HOUSE HIGHLIGHTS 2018
- Written guidelines, established after a broad consultation process, are used in the admission procedure. These guidelines allow for valid exceptions to admission priorities.
- Catholic students who have been in Catholic schools are given priority in admission.
- No student is refused solely because of inability to pay the tuition.
- The school seeks to identify students in true financial need and tries to find ways to increase financial aid through grants and work study programs.
- While standardized test scores are used in the evaluation of applicants, high scores are not the sole or primary criterion for admission.
- Directors of admissions ask the assistance of Catholic elementary school principals in evaluating students from their schools; they also cooperate with local Church officials and diocesan guidelines.
- The school is open to students of all races and nationalities.
- No student is offered admission solely for athletic reasons. No special financial, academic or transportation considerations are given to any student because of athletic ability.
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IN ADMITTING STUDENTS, we look for young people who can profit from and contribute to the religious and educational mission of the school. While accepting the fact that there is a limit to what any one institution can do, we believe that the school is to serve a broad cross section of students with regard to both academic ability and socioeconomic status. Promoting and maintaining a diversity of students within the school community is a positive value, consistent with the tradition of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. Therefore, in the admission of students high priority is given to those whose families have supported our schools and Catholic schools in general, and great care is taken to ensure that the school does not become available only to the social, academic, or athletic elite.
In keeping with the philosophy of education of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, Catholic High School seeks to create a diverse student body. Therefore, we reserve the right to accept a limited number of students who may not be Catholic and/or who may not be attending Catholic schools. Such students must satisfy the academic and behavioral expectations in order to be considered for admission.
While an offer of admission to Catholic High School is never automatic for any applicant, special consideration is given to students whose families have a history of attending schools staffed by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, to students attending Catholic schools, and to minority students.
Typically, the students offered admission to the 2018-2019 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grades of Catholic High School
- had conduct grades of As and Bs
- had academic grades of As, Bs, and Cs
- had good attendance and discipline records
For additional information, contact Director of Admissions Mrs. Sherie Noel LeBlanc at email@example.com.
Catholic High School, Inc., is a Louisiana corporation doing business as Catholic High School. The organization is referred to in our handbook as Catholic High School, Catholic High, the school and/or Catholic High School. Catholic High School admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on any national, ethnic or religious basis in administration of the school’s education policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, athletics or any other school-administered activities.
Tuition and Registration Fees
TUITION AND REGISTRATION FEES are set by the Board of Directors of Catholic High School on a yearly basis. As has always been the case at Catholic High School, all tuition payments are interest free. To preserve that practice, and to provide the most secure, convenient and flexible tuition payment options as possible, Catholic High School has again partnered with the FACTS Management Company for the 2019-2020 school year. We are excited to be working with FACTS and are confident this initiative will result in efficiency, convenience and financial transparency for our families.
In keeping with the educational tradition of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, no student is refused admission or asked to leave Catholic High School solely because of his family’s inability to pay tuition. While partnering with FACTS, Catholic High School continues that tradition and maintains complete decision-making control in tuition matters. As always, we will continue to work with families should special circumstances or “hardship” cases arise during the school year.
THE TUITION AND FEES FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR ARE AS FOLLOWS:
NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION FEE FOR 2019-2020: $550
|2020-2021 REGISTRATION FEE OR 2019-2020 GRADUATION AND
RETREAT FEES FOR SENIORS (These are included in tuition payment plan.)
Tuition is payable in advance annually, semi-annually or monthly. For underclassmen, the re-registration fee for the following year, and for seniors, graduation and retreat fees, will be included in the initial tuition and fees charged to parents accounts.
For the 2019-2020 school year, annual payments are due on July 3, 2019. Semi-annual payments are due on July 3 and December 3, 2019. Monthly payments are due on the 3rd or 15th of each month beginning in June 2019 and continuing through May of 2020.
IN KEEPING WITH THE EDUCATIONAL TRADITION of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, no student is refused admission or asked to leave Catholic High School solely because of his family’s inability to pay tuition.
Tuition assistance is available for students whose families are unable to pay the full cost of tuition. Applications for tuition assistance for the 2019-2020 school year are due by April 29, 2019. Applications are to be completed and submitted online through the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment website. Any parent who does not have access to a computer or who needs help completing the online application can get assistance by contacting Mrs. Pinney Johnson at (225) 383-0397 or Mr. Stuart Sonnier at (225) 381-9114, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
You can create a FACTS account and then access the FACTS online application for tuition assistance for Catholic High School tuition at the following link:
Upon receiving a completed application for tuition assistance, the Catholic High School Tuition Assistance Committee, headed by the president, will review the application and determine what amount and type of assistance will be offered.
Parents are asked and expected to honor their financial obligation to Catholic High School through the timely payment of tuition and fees. However, when Catholic High School families experience severe financial situations, parents should contact the Catholic High School president as soon as possible to discuss possible adjustments in scheduled tuition payments. Again, no student will be asked to leave Catholic High School solely on the basis of his parent’s inability to pay full tuition. If no alternative arrangement for payment is made and authorized by the Catholic High School president, when a student’s tuition account becomes two months in arrears, the student may be subject to suspension from classes. No student may take semester examinations until all financial obligations to the school have been satisfactorily addressed as defined by the Catholic High School president.
The president may use his discretion in awarding additional grants in cases where extreme financial problems of a family jeopardize a student’s continued attendance at Catholic High School. In these cases, the parents will be asked to complete the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment even if it is past the normal deadline for applying.
Tuition Payments Through FACTS
All tuition payments, annual, semi-annual and monthly, will be made through FACTS.
Enrolling In FACTS
Parents of new students enrolled for 2019-2020 will receive an email invitation directly from FACTS asking you to set up your individual FACTS account online by May 1, 2019. This email will include the FACTS online registration web address, a “Registration Code” and a “Unique Code” to establish your private, individual account.
Payment Plan and Payment Dates
You may choose the annual, semi-annual or monthly payment plan. Note that there is no FACTS fee for the annual payment plan. However, there is a one-time per year $10 FACTS fee for the semi-annual payment plan and a one-time per year $45 FACTS fee for the monthly payment plan. If you select the monthly payment plan, you may also choose the payment date of the 3rd or the 15th of each month.
Convenience & Security
Your payments are processed through a secure electronic funds transfer. Automatic payments can be made from a checking or savings account or from a variety of credit cards. You can choose to have email reminders sent in advance of your payment due date if preferred.
Your Consumer Portal
You may check your personal online account anytime to view your payment history, your next scheduled payment, to change between financial accounts, or make a payment online.
CHS Student Handbook – 2018-2019
The regulations and other provisions outlined in this handbook are material conditions
of the contractual agreement among Catholic High School, each student enrolled in the
school, and his parents. In addition, this handbook is designed to serve several important
— It provides a handy source of the basic information the student needs for planning
and carrying out his course of study.
— It serves as an official source of school policies and requirements for participation in
academic, extracurricular and informal activities at Catholic High School.
— The handbook is useful to parents by providing information to enable them to assist
and support the efforts and activities of their sons. It is especially important that
parents read and become familiar with the handbook’s sections on admission and
— Also in the introduction section of the handbook are brief statements of the history
and philosophy of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart and of Catholic High School.
The board of directors and the administration hope students and parents alike will
find the information articulates the foundation of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart
which in turn serves as the basis for educational formation at Catholic High School.
NEW STUDENT APPLICATIONS
The links below contain all the information you will need to formally submit an application for your son.
- Checklist of Information Needed to Complete the Online Application
- 9th Grade Common Application Q&A
- Optional Parent Statement
If you have questions regarding applications, please email Admissions Director Sherie LeBlanc at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catholic High School admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on any national, ethnic or religious basis in administration of the school’s education policies, scholarship and financial aid programs, athletics or any other school-administered activities.