Tuition, Aid, & Scholarships

Tuition:

 $11,600 with a 10% discount for multiple students.

$1,250 all -inclusive fees per year (including tablet fee)

Pre-Registration fee (before March 1): $50

Registration fee (after March 1): $150

 

Tuition Assistance:

 At Holy Cross High School we strive to keep our tuition affordable without compromising the quality and integrity of our programs. Additionally, we offer tuition assistance and scholarships to those families who qualify. Click here for more information on the financial aid process. If you have questions or would like to receive information about financial assistance, please contact our Finance Office at 447-4363

 

Available Scholarships:

There are several scholarships available to Holy Cross Students.  All need-based scholarships also require completion of the FACTS financial aid for by January 31.  Once a student is qualified to apply, all questions should be directed and a scholarship application may be obtained from the Director of Enrollment, Katy Buerger. Separate financial aid and scholarships made available through Catholic Education Foundation (CEF), Archdiocese of Louisville, local parishes and School Choice are awarded independent of Holy Cross High School and may also require completion of the FACTS form.

 

The following summarizes current scholarship offerings.  To donate to an existing scholarship or to establish a new scholarship, please contact the Advancement office. 

SCHOLARSHIP NAME

SCHOLARSHIP DESCRIPTION

Michael Beavin Scholarship

This renewable scholarship is awarded to one Holy Cross student.  Eligible student must maintain a “C” average and must qualify for financial assistance through FACTS.

Lawrence Lyman Butterfield Scholarship

This non-renewable scholarship was established in 2021 and will be awarded to one male and one female minority student, in good standing, who qualifies for financial assistance through FACTS.

Cougar Scholars Merit Award

This $500, four-year, renewable scholarship is awarded to four students who make a minimum of the Maroon or Grey Honor Roll List each quarter and perform 10 hours of service to Holy Cross and or their parish.  Each student must take the placement test at Holy Cross, score an 85% or above and place third through sixth on the placement test.  Other criteria may be required.

Father Duerr Scholarship

This renewable scholarship is awarded to one student in each class.  He or she must take the placement test at Holy Cross, maintain a “C” average and qualify for financial assistance through FACTS.

Flaget Scholarship

This non-renewable scholarship is awarded by alumni of Flaget to a student in good standing and who qualifies for financial assistance through FACTS.

Holy Cross Merit Award I

This $1,250 renewable, four-year scholarship is awarded to one student who takes the placement test at Holy Cross and earns the highest score on the placement test.  The student must be a graduate of a Catholic grade school.  The scholarship is renewable if the student makes the Principal’s List or Maroon List each quarter and performs 10 hours of service to his or her parish.  Other criteria may be required.

Holy Cross Merit Award II

This $750 renewable scholarship is awarded to one student.  He or she must provide service to the community, participate in extra-curricular activities, complete other criteria stipulated by the donor and qualify for financial assistance through FACTS.

Roy and Gladys Gividen Memorial Scholarship

This $250 renewable scholarship is awarded to one student who meets criteria stipulated by the donor.  This student must qualify for financial assistance through FACTS.

Holy Rosary Scholarship

This non-renewable scholarship is awarded by alumni of Holy Rosary to a student in good standing who qualifies for financial assistance through FACTS.

John L. (Lou) and Frances Ising Scholarship

 

This renewable scholarship is awarded to one student.  He or she must provide service to the community, participate in extra-curricular activities, complete other criteria stipulated by the donor and qualify for financial assistance through FACTS.

Andy Kehl Scholarship

This renewable four-year scholarship was established in honor of Andy Kehl, BD ’84 who believed a Catholic education provides the foundation for a successful life and that the Holy Cross Community is like no other.  This student must have a 2.0 GPA or above and be involved in 1 extracurricular activity.

King Family Memorial Scholarship

This non-renewable scholarship is awarded by the King Family to an incoming freshman who has completed the recommendation forms, maintains a “C” average or better and qualifies for financial assistance through FACTS.


Helen Baechler Mudd Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to one incoming freshman who has three or more children in their immediate family.  This student must complete an essay and meet criteria stipulated in application and qualify for financial assistance through FACTS.

Chester and Mildred Needy Scholarship

This $500 non-renewable scholarship is awarded to one student who maintains a “C average or better academic standing.   This student must take the placement test at Holy Cross and qualify for financial assistance through FACTS.

Nick Rodman Legacy Scholarship

This $1,000 renewable, four-year scholarship is awarded to one student, who qualifies for financial assistance through FACTS.  The student must maintain a 3.0 or above grade point average and be involved in extracurricular activities at Holy Cross.  This scholarship is funded by the Nick Rodman Legacy Foundation – which was created to honor Nick’s life and carry out his legacy.  Nick made it known of his love for Holy Cross and the lifelong friends he made during high school.

Chuck Schuler Memorial Scholarship

This $1,000 non-renewable scholarship was established by Chuck’s family after his unexpected death.  Chuck believed in Holy Cross’ mission and was an important supporter of the school.  Eligible students must be involved in extracurricular activities at their current school and must qualify for financial assistance through FACTS.

Vaughn Schum Scholarship

This non-renewable scholarship was established by the family of Vaughn Schum to honor his belief that the three most important things in life are:  God, family, and education.  He had eleven children all of whom attended Catholic grade schools and high schools.  He believed that children needed certain things in life to be successful and that Catholic Schools help provide opportunity and the knowledge that someone cares.  Helping make this education attainable for those who sought it was paramount in his beliefs.  Eligible students must have maintained a “C” or above average and must qualify for financial assistance through FACTS.

January Taylor-Mills Scholarship

This $500 non-renewable scholarship is awarded by January Taylor-Mills, HC’95, to an incoming freshman who qualifies for financial assistance through FACTS and maintains a “C” average or better.

Ursuline Sisters Scholarship

This renewable scholarship is awarded by The Ursuline Sisters of Louisville. The Ursulines are committed to a life of prayer, community, and participation in the teaching mission of the Church.  Rooted deeply within the origins of Holy Cross High School, the Ursuline Sisters were founders of Angela Merici High School and operated the school until its merger with Bishop David in 1984, forming Holy Cross.  This student must demonstrate service to the church or community, take the placement test at Holy Cross, maintain a C average or better, and qualify for financial assistance through FACTS.

Walsh Family Scholarship

This non-renewable scholarship was established by Bob Walsh BD’64 and Kevin Walsh BD ’65 for one male and one female student who maintains a 2.0 GPA or above and is involved in 1 or more extracurricular activities. These students must qualify for financial assistance through FACTS.

 

For more information about the admissions process or tuition or scholarship information please contact our Admissions Department.
 
Katy Buerger, M.Ed.
Director of Enrollment and Marketing