The Value of Oakland Catholic

Attending Oakland Catholic High School is an investment in your daughters future. We are committed to providing a value-based educational experience that empowers young women to become intelligent, competent, and globally conscious agents of change.

We are confident that your daughter will find her path, her passion, and her leadership potential while receiving a quality college preparatory education. Oakland Catholic is committed to working with families to provide financial assistance so that their daughter can earn a World Class Education.

The greatest lesson I learned at OC is the importance of hard work, determination, and perseverance while trusting in your faith. That combination leads to endless opportunities. Meredith McDonough, OCHS '01

Last year Oakland Catholic awarded $1 million in financial aid to meet 40-50% of a family's need.


Oakland Catholic High School offers an array of scholarship opportunities, both merit and need-based.

Scholarships have different criteria and are contingent upon application to Oakland Catholic High School as well as participation in our Scholarship Entrance Exam. Below is a list of some of the awards available to accepted students.

I believe that Oakland Catholic provides the best community in which my daughter's needs and personal experience are considered important.Debbie Stiles, parent

Financial Assistance

Evaluation of need is done by FACTS. The FACTS application is used to qualify students for both School Aid and the Bishop's Educational Fund. Forms will be available at Oakland Catholic High School in January or February. Forms are also typically available at any Diocesan high school or parish grade school. FACTS forms are due by mid-March. Late applications will be processed by FACTS, but funds may not be available. You will receive a letter from the school notifying you of the tuition assistance you will receive from the School Aid Fund.

Approximately 37% of our students receive financial aid. We are committed to increasing the amount available each for tuition assistance as evidenced in the funding priorities of our current capital campaign, Futures Begin in Faith & Mission.

There will be a new Financial Aid process for 2017-18. A link and instructions will be provided once this process has been finalized.

2016-2017 Tuition
  • Registered members of Catholic Parishes: $13,800
  • All other domestic Students: $14,800
  • International Students: $17,800

  • Activity/Technology Fee (Includes laptop insurance): $450
  • Graduation Fee (Seniors only): $325