Affording Northwest Catholic High School
Each additional child attending at the same time will receive a $1,000 sibling discount.
Why invest in your child's future?
Our graduates are accepted to competitive colleges and universities across the country.
In the past five years alone, NWC graduates have been accepted to Brown, Holy Cross, Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, NYU, Harvard, Yale, and many more top tier schools. Read a longer list of our college acceptances since 2021 as well as our School Profile and Fast Facts for more evidence.
Our graduates receive merit aid at their colleges and universities.
Members of the Class of 2019 reported receiving over $5.9 million in scholarships and merit awards from the colleges they applied to, which is an average of $42,000 per student.
Our graduates are well prepared for the challenges of college and beyond.
A Northwest Catholic graduate aspires to be intellectually curious, spiritually aware, compassionate, community focused, whole people, developing in mind, body, spirit, and imagination. Again and again we hear how NWC prepared our graduates for their future.
FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment will be conducting the financial need analysis for Northwest Catholic High School for families planning to apply for the 2023-2024 school year. Families applying for financial aid will need to complete an application and submit the necessary supporting documentation to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment by December 1, 2022. Applicants can apply online by clicking the FACTS link here. Once an online application has been completed, the following information will need to be sent to FACTS to complete the application process:
- Copies of your 2021 Federal tax forms including all supporting tax schedules.
- Copies of supporting documentation for Social Security Income, Welfare, Child Support, Food Stamps, Workers’ Compensation, and TANF.
All supporting documentation can be uploaded in pdf or jpeg format online.
What Do Our Parents Say?
Choosing NWC for our children has been one of the best and most important decisions our family has ever made. NWC made our children more aware of the people around them. Having a diverse ethnic and socioeconomic student population gave our children a better picture of life outside of our own town. Also participating in different service projects gave them good life skills and made them more compassionate people. Most important, they have been taught to listen and trust in God and to lean on him through life’s ups and downs. It is a gift that will last a lifetime." Karen Carew, mother of Caroline '12, William '13, Charlotte '15 & Claire '19