We have two upcoming Information Meetings for Prospective Families, on October 23 and October 30. Please make plans to join us for either one. Register, here!
A Cardinal Newman School education is a priceless investment in your child's future. With low student to teacher ratio, a variety of enrichment opportunities, a rigorous academic curriculum, limitless student support, a dedicated college counselor and thriving arts and athletic programs, our families conclude that it's well worth it. Our college acceptance rate is annually above 98% and our most recent graduating class of 73 students earned more than $13 million in total scholarships. Cardinal Newman boasts alumni that have gone on to prestigious schools like Notre Dame, Harvard, Duke, Vanderbilt, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and now work in roles as elected officials, entrepreneurs, physicians, attorneys, pharmacists, educators, bankers, pilots, engineers, marketing executives and more.
Different options exist for the payment of tuition. These include annual, semi-annual and monthly payments through FACTS Management tuition program. To access the FACTS management website, please click the link below. Families enroll online.
As part of our commitment to provide a quality Catholic education to any student who desires it, Cardinal Newman School seeks to provide need-based annual financial assistance to qualifying families. Each year, the requests for financial assistance exceed the funding available. Therefore, it is necessary to establish policies and procedures for distributing financial aid to ensure consistency and fairness. Application for tuition assistance is made via FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment. To request financial aid, please thoroughly complete and submit your online application. Please note - you will not automatically receive aid for the upcoming year if you received aid this year. Applications are required for each school year.
Click HERE to access the online application.
You may contact the Admissions Office for more information.