Tuition:  The active parishioner tuition rate for one child will be $5375.  This represents a $150 increase from 2020-21.  Tuition for non-active parishioners will be $6550, also a $150 increase (just under 2.5%).  Tuition for pre-K will increase to $5250 (full-day) and $3450 (half-day).  A complete breakdown of this tuition is included below. 

Fees:  Total fees for one child will be $410, which is unchanged from last year.  A complete explanation and breakdown of the fees are below.

2021-22 Registration:  Next year’s registration forms must be submitted by March 26, 2021, if you wish to guarantee your child’s spot at Christ the King next year.  On March 29, 2021, open registration will begin.  

Active Parishioner Status:  When you register, you will have the opportunity to ask to be considered for active parishioner status.  Please consider the conditions of this status carefully.  Fr. Steve will review each of these forms individually and may contact you to discuss these requirements further.  Regular Sunday Mass attendance is always the most important consideration for granting active parishioner status.

Status for St. Joseph High School:  Active Parishioner Status forms will also be used for 8th graders moving to St. Joseph High School, and the same conditions apply.  As a reminder, according to the diocesan policy, you must be current with tuition payments at Christ the King, or St. Joseph High School cannot accept your child.

Tuition Assistance:  As always, families who anticipate difficulty with tuition payments or registration fees should contact Mr. Hoffman as soon as possible so that he can help you look at your alternatives.

2021-22 TUITION

Active Parishioners:

1 child2 children3+ children
Option 1 (paid in full by August 1)$5375$9410 $12,098
Option 2 (monthly or semi-annual automatic withdrawal)$5425$9460$12,148

Non-Active Parishioners:

Option 1 (paid in full by August 1):  $6550 per child

Option 2 (monthly or semi-annual automatic withdrawal):  $6600 per child

Pre-Kindergarten: not included in the family rate

Full-day:  $5250 (paid in full by August 1); $5300 (monthly or semi-annual automatic withdrawal)

Half-day:  $3450 (paid in full by August 1); $3500 (monthly or semi-annual automatic withdrawal)

Registration:  $100

Three-Year-Old Program: not included in the family rate

Four Days/Week:  

Four (4) Half-day:   $3350 (paid in full by August 1); $3400 (monthly or semi-annual automatic withdrawal)

Three (3) Half-day:  $2750 (paid in full by August 1); $2800 (monthly or semi-annual automatic withdrawal)

Two (2) Half-day:   $2150 (paid in full by August 1); $2200 (monthly or semi-annual automatic withdrawal)

Lunch Bunch: $500

Registration:  $100

2021-22 FEES

Registration Fee:  $150

This fee is used for diocesan marketing, student insurance, and other administrative expenses.  

Textbook Fee:  $150

This fee is used for purchasing new textbooks (hardback and consumables).  The actual cost of textbooks ranges from $153 to $289, depending on the grade.  The following textbook fees also apply to middle school students as indicated:

  • New American Bible (6th grade):  $13
  • Catechism of the Catholic Church (6th grade):  $10
  • Theology of the Body (7th grade):  $20

Technology Fee

$50 per child

This fee covers any new computers or software we purchase, as well as fees for PowerSchool and other technology upgrades.  According to the Indiana Department of Education if we do not use the entire technology fee it must be rolled over annually for the exclusive use of technology, technology staff in-services, acquisition of equipment, and maintenance of teaching technology.  

Activity Fee:  $40 per child

This fee covers field trip fees, buses, and field day fees during the year.  If there is ever a major activity requiring additional cost, the teacher will let you know the difference.   

Graduation Fee (8th grade):  $70 per child

This fee covers various expenses related to 8th-grade graduation, including the 8th-grade luncheon and the graduation reception.  

HASA Fee:  $20 per family

This fee is used for partial funding of the many events run by the Home and School Association.