Committed to Providing an

Affordable Education to All Families


Operating Budget: 5.2 Million Dollars 
Percentage of Operating Budget Generated from Tuition: 87% 
Tuition Gap between Tuition and Actual Cost of Education: 
$990 in the High School, $4000 in the Middle School 
Tuition for the 2015-2016 Academic Year: 
High School $9,450, Middle School $6350 
Average Annual Tuition Increase: $400 
Total Financial Aid Awards for 2015-2016: $400,000 
Number of Families Receiving Financial Aid: 33% 

    In order for Coyle & Cassidy to provide a high quality Catholic education at an affordable price, it is imperative that we operate according to sound fiscal policies and practices.  This requires that we maintain a consistent cash flow throughout the year in order to meet our operational needs.

    Recognizing the current economic environment and the fact that most families lice according to a budget, we do not require full tuition payment upfront.  While this is certainly an option, families who would prefer to pay tuition in monthly installments may do so through the FACTS tuition management program. 

    The FACTS program is an interest-free automatic bank payment plan through which your financial institution makes monthly payments on your behalf directly to FACTS from your checking or savings account.  Families may choose to spread their payments over 10 or 11 months beginning in May.  Over 90% of our families choose to pay the tuition through FACTS.

    Because Coyle and Cassidy High School and Middle School accepts students from all socio-economic backgrounds, we are committed to providing financial assistance to families who demonstrate financial need.  Any families wishing to apply for financial aid must complete a FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment application online by March 1, 2016.  Online applications will be available starting December 1, 2015.  To applyvisit: https://online.factmgt.com/signin/3D12Z.   Financial aid awards are distributed based on available financial aid dollars, the number of qualified requests and family demonstrated need.