Tuition Contract & Payment Plans

A tuition contract is required to be signed each year by a student's parent(s) or guardian(s).  Incoming families will be asked to complete a tuition contract at the time their student registers for classes for their first year at Lake Catholic.  For continuing students, contracts are distributed to each family with course selection materials in February and are due with the course selection form to secure the student’s placement in their selected classes.  A tuition contract can also be found by clicking here.

On this contract, families select one of the following payment plans:
  • Payment-in-Full: Payment in full by June 30th receives a $200 discount.
  • Payment-by-Semester: Semester payments by June 30th and December 30th receive $50 discounts.
  • Monthly Payment Plan: 11 monthly payments from July through May. The monthly payment plan requires an automatic withdrawal from a bank account. Please provide bank account information and choose a payment date (1st or 20th of month or both) on the Automatic Payment Plan Enrollment Form.
  • Financing through Cardinal Credit Union: Various terms with required payoff by May each school year. Contact Rachel Walker at 440-266-2231 for more information.

Additional Fees

A registration fee of $350 for each new student is due at the time of registration and a registration fee of $250 for each continuing student is due when they submit their course selection for the 2019-20 school year. The fee is used to defray the costs of registration, Program of Studies, technology and the Student-Parent Handbook. This fee also provides students with free admission to all home athletic events and musical concerts. It provides a student ID and yearbook photo, The Lakeline (student newspaper), The Forum (literary magazine), class retreats and Senior Turkey Day. 

A $100 graduation fee is added to each senior's tuition account in July. This fee helps to offset the cost of commencement including the ceremony, cap and gown, diploma with embossed cover, and a final transcript. 

Participation fees help to offset the costs of transportation, officials, uniforms and equipment for each activity. These fees are detailed in the Student-Parent Handbook and are added to tuition accounts at the beginning of each season. To encourage our students to participate in more than one activity, the participation fees per family will not exceed $1,000 per year (not including hockey or swimming).

Course fees may be incurred due to the nature of some courses. For example, certain courses may require a workbook that corresponds with the text and students in art classes may be asked to purchase various supplies. Students in AP classes are required to take the corresponding AP exam at a cost of approximately $95 each.