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Tuition & Fees

For the 2015-16 school year tuition (before awards or tuition grants) is $21,195. There is a $35 application fee and a $500 non-refundable enrollment fee for incoming students and transfer students, payable at the time of enrollment. Returning students are charged a $350 non-refundable enrollment fee annually. Tuition discounts are provided to families who have more than one child enrolled at Eastside Catholic during a school year. For information regarding tuition for the Options Program, our integrated special education program for high school students, please contact Director of Options Program Leslie Oja.
Beyond tuition, expenses are usually between $300 and $500 per year and are typical of most schools: lab fees, yearbook, photos, etc. Books must be purchased, however most current textbooks in good condition can be sold back to the book providers. There is no charge for WIAA high school athletics (some sports involve costs for incidental and personal items). Bus transportation is available for many areas (bus passes are required). In addition to merit-based awards and tuition assistance grants, Eastside Catholic offers payment plans that enable families to pay tuition over a period of up to 12 months without interest, as well as credit and debit card payments (a processing charge applies to some payment methods).
For more information about Eastside Catholic’s programs to make tuition affordable and the EC Guarantee, please contact Tuition Administrator Joanne Farmer in Eastside Catholic Business Services at 425-295-3025 or

The EC Guarantee

Eastside Catholic is pleased to offer families the confidence of the EC Guarantee. As long as a student remains in good standing, merit-based awards granted will remain the same for the duration of a student's middle school or high school enrollment.

Tuition assistance grants awarded to students may vary from year to year during a student's enrollment. An application to confirm level of need will be required for each year a student is enrolled. In most circumstances, grants will remain at a level reflecting a familiy's demonstrated need.