INDIANAPOLIS – For the second consecutive year, Cathedral High School has declined to raise its tuition, reports Inside Indiana Business.
The tuition freeze means tuition for the 2020-2021 academic year will remain at the 2018-2019 rate of $15,765.
President Rob Bridges said the school is committed to keeping tuition “as affordable as possible by either continuing the tuition freeze over multiple years or by keeping any increases as low as possible,” according to IIB.
“Thanks to the generosity of our Cathedral community, families can rest assured students will receive the same exceptional, faith-based education next year that they’ve always received and not have to worry about an increase in tuition,” Bridges said. “Cathedral is blessed to be able to provide families with this peace of mind.”
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