Admissions FAQs and Timeline


2020-2021 School Year Admissions Timeline

  • How much is tuition? And when is it due?
    • Tuition for 2019-20 will be $7,920 per year per child for registered Catholic families and $10,170 per year for all other students. Families with more than one child enrolled concurrently are eligible for a $2,000 tuition discount per additional child.
    • Technology fees are $200
    • Families have four payment options: one lump sum payment (with 3% discount), two semester payments (with 2% discount), quarterly installments, or a 10-11 month installment option.
  • Is tuition assistance available?
    • A limited amount of need-based financial aid is available. Details can be found here. Various scholarships are also available. Registered students will receive financial aid and scholarship information in their registration packets. The deadline for both financial aid and scholarship applications is April 15 for the following academic year.
  • Our family is not Catholic. Can my child still apply/enroll?
    • Yes, Tolton Catholic welcomes families of diverse faith denominations. In fact, during the 2019-20 academic year, 75% of students were Catholic; 25% represented other Christian traditions or faith backgrounds.
  • Is every student required to attend Mass and take a theology class?
    • Yes, every student – including non-Catholics – are required to attend Mass with their classmates, participate in faith formation activities, and complete theology coursework.
  • Is there diversity among your student population?
    • Yes, as of the 2019-20 year, our ethnicity breakdown was as follows:
      • 87% Caucasian
      • 10% African-American/Multi-racial
      • 2% Hispanic
      • 2% Asian/Pacific Islander
  • Can a student transfer into Tolton mid-year?
    • If you are interested in transferring during the current school year, or at the start the new school year, please contact Laura Sasser at lsasser@toltoncatholic.org to discuss the transfer process. Please be prepared to share your most recent grade card, and standardized test results and discipline record. Each transfer will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.