Annual Review survey of high school costs displays value of Catholic education

 
By Paul McMullen
pmcmullen@CatholicReview.org

Twitter: @ReviewMcMullen
The Catholic Review’s annual survey of high school costs among non-public schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore again shows that Catholic high schools are more affordable than most of their peers.
To see the survey, click here.
The information in the accompanying chart was compiled from high school websites and administrators. For comparative purposes, fellow members of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association and the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland were included.
When readily available and consistent across all grades, books and fees were added to tuition. Fees for athletics and graduation were not included, nor were higher tuitions for special enrichment programs.
For more complete information about high school costs, parents are encouraged to visit individual schools and their websites.
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