Admissions

Registration Information (2022-2023)

REGISTRATION DATES AND DEADLINES

We are still accepting registrations for the 2022-2023 school year. To register or for more information, please email Erin Ellis at eellis@cdeducation.org.

Tuition Rate Information (2022-2023)

Overview

Upon recommendation from the Fisher Catholic Finance Committee, the Diocese of Columbus Finance Office and the Principal of Fisher Catholic approved the following tuition schedules for the 2022-23 school year. This will help cover the increasing expenses at Fisher Catholic High School while providing your child with a quality education.

It is important to keep in mind that the tuition revenue does not cover all the educational costs. Additional income for the school operating expenses comes from the Fisher Catholic High School Foundation, Bid O’ Luck Dinner Auction, parish support, and charitable donations.

Tuition Rate Schedule

1st CHILD = $8,200

2nd CHILD = $7,700

3rd CHILD = $7,300

*A 5% prepay discount is applied to payment made in full by July 31, 2022.
*In addition to the above tuition rates, please take into account your family’s parish subsidy and available prepay discount.

The parish subsidy for the 2022-23 school year will be $650 per child. Please deduct this amount from the above tuition rate per child. Parish subsidy is awarded to approved families based on criteria from your home parish. Fisher Catholic is grateful to the parishes for providing support to their active families!

 

Tuition Payments

FISHER CATHOLIC TUITION MAY BE PAID ONE OF TWO WAYS

  1. Tuition can be automatically withdrawn from a checking or savings account by FACTS Tuition Management on a 10 or 12 month basis. Monthly payments begin in July and continue through April or June. Families currently participating in the FACTS tuition automatic payment system will automatically be re-enrolled for the upcoming school year.
  2. The second payment option is to pay tuition in full by July 31, 2022 and receive a 5% discount.

Parent Referral Program

What is our Parent Referral Program?

  • Our Parent Referral Program was created for parents and students who are passionate about what is happening at Fisher Catholic High School and who want to invite their family and friends to join our Irish family!

Why are you passionate about Fisher Catholic High School?

You may be passionate about Fisher Catholic High School, because…

  • Our teachers and staff care about my child and go above and beyond to ensure my child is successful in all areas of life;
  • Our curriculum is faith-based and my child is given opportunities to grow spiritually through daily prayer, retreats, and service to our community;
  • I can trust the staff to keep my child safe;
  • I am engaged with friendly and loving families with similar values and morals;
  • Our teacher-student ratio allows for more one-on-one instruction in a rigorous academic environment;
  • Our athletic programs are successful and my child can participate in several extra-curricular activities;
  • Our teachers and staff instill a sense of discipline in my child’s life and emphasize and model what it means to be a respectful, courteous, and compassionate human being.

Why refer to Fisher Catholic High School?

  • In addition to the many reasons above, you may want to refer a family to Fisher Catholic High School to receive a $250 credit for each new family you help us enroll!
  • After a family has registered for enrollment and identified you as the referral family, Dr. Lozada will inform our Finance Department to add you to our Parent Referral List. Once the new enrollee has attended FC for a six-month period, you will receive a $250 credit towards your tuition account!

PARISH SUBSIDY, TUITION ASSISTANCE, & SCHOLARSHIPS

PARISH SUBSIDY

The parish subsidy for the 2022-23 school year will be $650 per child. This amount will be deducted from your tuition rate per child. Parish subsidy is awarded to approved families based on criteria from your home parish. Fisher Catholic is grateful to the parishes for providing support to their active families!

DIOCESE OF COLUMBUS TUITION ASSISTANCE

Families simply need to apply for tuition assistance by accessing FACTS from fishercatholic.org by choosing “Admissions” from the menu and selecting “FACTS” from the drop-down options. If you do not receive tuition assistance from the Diocese, there may be money available from Fisher Catholic, but you must first complete the application at FACTS. Diocesan Tuition Assistance information will be available at Fisher Catholic by January 2022. FACTS applications must be filed March 15, 2022.

DIOCESE OF COLUMBUS TUITION ASSISTANCE

To be considered for tuition assistance from Fisher Catholic, the FACTS application must be submitted online by March 15, 2022. Fisher Catholic and the Fisher Catholic Foundation will award tuition assistance on the basis of need.

  • Brenden P. Krannitz Scholarship : Applications are available online through The Catholic Foundation beginning February 1 at:
  • Shelly Strigle Scholarship: Applications are available online through The Fairfield County Foundation beginning December 1 at:
  • Shane Roush Scholarship
  • Robert and Mary McGraw Scholarship
  • Dr. Thomas Stenger Scholarship
  • Heather Sullivan Scholarship

2021-22

For tuition assistance, the Diocese awarded $6,000, while Fisher Catholic and the Fisher Catholic Foundation awarded $66,000. For scholarships, students were awarded $31,839.

*Fisher Catholic High School admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.

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The schools of the Diocese of Columbus recruit and admit students of any race, color, or ethnic origin to all its rights, privileges, programs, and activities. In addition, the school will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational programs and athletics/extracurricular activities. Furthermore, the school is not intended to be an alternative to court or administrative agency ordered, or public school district initiated desegregation.