A Malden Catholic education is an investment in your child's future. We pride ourselves on the personal attention we give each student's situation, and we strive to work with families of various financial circumstances. Last year, 65% of our Malden Catholic families received some form of tuition assistance. Our Board of Trustees designates approximately $2.2 million in assistance annually to qualifying families of deserving students in support of our mission.
Malden Catholic is pleased to provide scholarships to young men and women who have demonstrated outstanding promise through their academics, leadership performance and service to others. These scholarships are awarded based on the described criteria by Malden Catholic High School. There is no application process.
Academic Merit Scholarships are awarded to entering freshmen based on their score on the official Archdiocesan Entrance Exam, academic records, letters of recommendation and admission interview. These scholarships are renewed each year, provided that the student maintains high academic standing and good citizenship as determined by Malden Catholic.
Malden Catholic is committed to providing tuition assistance to qualified families in the form of Needs-based Scholarships. Needs-based Scholarship decisions are made by the school’s Financial Assistance Committee based on demonstrated need. Families and guardians are urged to complete and return financial assistance applications as early as possible. Families must reapply and qualify each year. Needs-based Scholarships are funded by Malden Catholic and the generosity of its donors.
In order for an incoming freshman to be considered for financial assistance, a family must submit a completed application through FACTS Grant & Aid at https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3CJS3 by December 19.
A financial assistance application is not considered complete until all requested information has been submitted to FACTS including federal tax returns and W-2s. Only completed applications will be reviewed for financial need.
Families receiving financial assistance must submit the tuition deposit and registration fee by March 15 for incoming freshman or the financial assistance award will be forfeited.
All Financial Assistance will be applied to the tuition balance and cannot be applied to any other fees such as Registration Fees or Graduation Fees.
International Student Tuition for the 2019-2020 school year has been set by our Board of Trustees at $23,000. In addition to the tuition, there is a non-refundable enrollment fee of $1,500. Malden Catholic, The Codivisional High School, is an educational model that will offer your child the best of both worlds: rigorous, single-gender academics and integrated social and extracurricular opportunities after school. We do not provide boarding facilities. International students at Malden Catholic often use agency services for host family arrangements and guardianship in the United States. Students must apply through an approved agency (see list of agencies here) or have a family member living in the Boston area.
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