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I just saw in the Sayre is adding football thread that is costs over 23K a year to attend Sayre.

 

How much does it cost to attend other public schools throughout the state like Covington Catholic? LCA? Lexington Catholic? Trinity, St. X, etc? How much are these schools?

 

I’m genuinely curious as to the cost. I’ve never known.

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JMO, but private schooling if one can afford to do it, is the absolute best investment you can make.

 

 

Along those same lines, I don't know of anyone that has ever been turned away from a private (at least Catholic) school because they couldn't afford the tuition.

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JMO, but private schooling if one can afford to do it, is the absolute best investment you can make.

 

I definitely agree. My private school education was much better than my public school education. I plan to send my grandson to LCA but his mother doesn’t know it yet. :lol2:

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JMO, but private schooling if one can afford to do it, is the absolute best investment you can make.

 

 

Along those same lines, I don't know of anyone that has ever been turned away from a private (at least Catholic) school because they couldn't afford the tuition.

Just curious why you believe that?

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I’m curious about schools like Bishop Brossart, Owensboro Catholic, NCC, all of them. I’m curious to see the difference in prices. I never would have thought that Sayre was over $23K for a year.

 

Brossart is roughly $5,000 a year last I checked.

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Just curious why you believe that?

 

Aside from religious reasons which I won't get into, it's my experience that my friends that were private school educated were much better prepared for college and "adulting" than those that went to public schools. I know that's probably not the same experience as others have, but it's mine and that's all I can really go off of.

 

In addition, you don't have to deal with all the red tape and bureaucracy involved in public schools.

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Jefferson County Private Schools & Tuitions

 

Catholic:

Assumption: $12,838

Christian Academy Louisville: $11,245

DeSales: $13,281

Holy Angels: $6,400

Louisville Holy Cross: $9,350

Mercy: $12,150

Sacred Heart: $13,200

St. Xavier: $13,625

Trinity: $13,200

 

Christian - Baptist:

Whitefield Academy: $7,350

 

Christian - Episcopal:

St. Francis School: $22,600

Christian - Non Denominational:

Beth Haven Christian: $5,500

Covenant Classical Academy: $5,990

Evangel Christian School: $3,588

Highlands Latin School: $7,975

Valor Traditional Academy: $5,040

 

Non-Religious Private:

Academy For Individual Excellence: $8,907

Kentucky Country Day: $21,900

Louisville Collegiate: $23,250

Louisville Classical Academy: $10,000

Summit Academy: $17,700

Walden School: $16,950

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Northern Kentucky Private Schools & Tuitions:

 

Catholic:

Bishop Brossart: $6,800 ($7,480 out of diocese)

Covington Catholic: $7,635 ($8,390 out of diocese)

Covington Holy Cross: $6,375 ($6,995 out of diocese)

Covington Latin School: $9,550 ($10,685 out of diocese)

Newport Central Catholic: $6,800 ($7,720 out of diocese)

Notre Dame Academy: $7,460 ($8,190 out of diocese)

St. Henry District High School: $7,450 ($8,450 out of diocese)

St. Patrick: $5,302 ($6,001 out of diocese)

Villa Madonna Academy: $10,800 ($11,450 out of diocese)

 

Christian - Baptist:

Calvary Christian: $7,902

 

Christian - Non Denominational:

Community Christian Academy: $3,650

 

Non-Religious Private:

Heritage Academy: $5,400

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Cov Cath is roughly $8,500 a year.

 

Trinity is roughly $13,000 a year.

 

St. X is roughly $14,000 a year.

 

CovCath is about $9,150/year:

 

Tuition for the 2018-19 School Year

Information below is for the 2018-19 school year.

 

Annual Tuition for In-Diocese students: $7,950

 

Annual Tuition Out-of-Diocese students: $8,750

 

Additional Fees:

 

Each student is required to pay a $200 Registration Fee when he registers for the next school year's classes.

 

Annual Student Fee of $935 charged PER FAMILY. (Regardless of the number of students enrolled at CCH)

 

Annual Technology Fee of $65 charged PER FAMILY. (Regardless of the number of students enrolled at CCH)

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I’m curious about schools like Bishop Brossart, Owensboro Catholic, NCC, all of them. I’m curious to see the difference in prices. I never would have thought that Sayre was over $23K for a year.

 

Owensboro Catholic appears to be $9,000 per year

 

Tuition & Fees – Owensboro Catholic Schools

 

Newport Central Catholic is between $7,000-$8,000

 

Tuition — NCC

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