2020-21 Registration and Tuition

2020-2021 Registration and Tuition


2020-2021 Tuition Plans

Printable version – Registration Information Letter 2020-21

This letter is to provide you with the tuition rates for the 2020-2021 school year and inform you about registration for next year. Students will register for next year’s courses February 3rd – February 21st. The 2020-21 registration fee is $275, however, families of currently enrolled students who pay the registration fee by February 14th will receive a discount and therefore will pay $200 ($100 of each registration fee will be transferred to the 2020-21 tuition assistance fund for next year’s financial aid program). The registration fee can be paid at any time and must be paid by February 14th to take advantage of the discount. The fee may be paid using a credit/debit card (3% surcharge added) by clicking here, or to the Business Manager by check, cash or credit card (3% surcharge added for credit/debit cards). The registration fee is non-refundable since the school depends upon the course selections made during the registration process for hiring staff for the next year.

The 2020-21 Curriculum Guide is coming soon to the website. It contains general guidelines for career and college requirements as well as descriptions of the courses that will be offered at Marian in the 2020-21 school year. Parents are encouraged to review the Curriculum Guide, particularly the grade level planning sheets found at the end of the Guide with your students prior to course selections in February. Registration for incoming freshmen will take place on Wednesday, February 19th from 6:30 to 9:00 PM and on Sunday, February 23rd from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The discounted $200 registration fee for incoming freshmen is paid at the time the student is registered in February along with a $500 tuition deposit ($700 total). Beginning March 1st the registration fee will be $275 plus $500 tuition deposit ($775). Further information about the registration of incoming freshmen will be sent in late January to all families of students who took the placement test.

Tuition Assistance Program for 2020-21 – In an effort to provide all families who desire to send their students to Marian Central an opportunity to do so, the school provides a tuition assistance program. As in the past, two forms of assistance will be available next year: 1) the work/job program, and 2) the Fr. Joseph Egan financial aid grant program. Detailed information about the tuition assistance program is available by clicking here. We invite families that may have difficulty meeting the total tuition costs to apply for assistance beginning January 16th.

Should you have any questions about any of this information, please feel free to contact us.


Peggy Murwin
Business Manager