Thank you for your interest in Newark Catholic High School. We are excited that you are considering our school. Newark Catholic is an amazing Catholic high school, rooted in a strong tradition of offering a unique, rigorous, and dynamic education focused on each individual student. We hope that you are able to spend some time getting to know our school and, ultimately, become part of our community.

Our Beliefs
  • A true Catholic community is one that shares a core human knowledge, shows compassion toward all, and exemplifies a personal relationship with God.
  • Each person is a valued individual with unique gifts made in the image & likeness of God.
  • Curriculum and instruction practices utilize a variety of strategies, activities, and assessments to accommodate different learning styles.
  • The school communicates its mission through curriculum, service, expectations, activities, and traditions. Adults are role models who demonstrate these beliefs.
  • Education is a personal and lifelong experience.
Tuition For The 2022 – 2023 School Year:
Students Sponsored By A Catholic Parish:
First student $7,250
Second student $6,550
Third student $5,850
Not Sponsored
Per student $8,400
Payment Plans

Newark Catholic offers a monthly payment plan for a nominal service fee, with the first payment due no later than July 31. Or you may choose to pay tuition in full by July 31.

Academic Service Participation

Volunteer hours = 40 hours (1 student), 60 hours (2 or more students), or $1,000 for 1st and 2nd students.

Raffle Ticket Program

$300 will be added to each family’s tuition agreement at the beginning of the school year. To offset the $300 each family will receive 12 raffle tickets valued at $25 each, and one free ticket for a total of 13 tickets. Your family may sell or opt to keep the tickets. Any money collected for the tickets, you will keep offsetting the $300.

Parish Subsidy

Please contact your parish office about subsidizing your tuition to receive the sponsored rate shown above, per your parish guidelines related to practicing Catholics.

Financial Assistance

To receive financial assistance, families must first submit an application for the Diocese of Columbus Financial Assistance Program in March. Please see the Columbus Diocese Education page at

Also, see the FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment website for the FACTS application.

Have Questions?

Please contact our Admissions Office at 740-344-3594 or

Full details are included in the Financial Enrollment Agreement and Terms, available upon request and during the enrollment process.

Ohio’s “Racial Nondiscriminatory Rules for Nonpublic Schools” – OCA 3301-39-01 – 04

Newark Catholic High School recruits and admits 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.”