Q: What is Frassati Catholic's tuition?
The Frassati Catholic High School Board of Trustees has set the tuition at $12,500 for the 2016-2017 school year.
Q: How do I arrange a visit to campus and meet with an Admissions representative?
Please call our Office of Admissions at 832-616-3226 to schedule an appointment. Tours must be scheduled in advance.
Q: What is required to receive an admission decision?
Q: Is there financial aid available?
The tuition assistance program at Frassati Catholic High School provides financial assistance to students based on a family's demonstrated financial need. The goal for offering tuition assistance is that no student be deterred from applying to Frassati Catholic because of financial reasons.
Q: How many classes does a student take at one time?
28 credits are necessary for graduation from Frassati Catholic High School. All students are required to take at least seven academic credits each semester and may select a maximum of eight full-year classes each academic year.
Frassati Catholic High School operates on an A/B block schedule that permits students to take up to eight classes with four classes meeting each day.
Q: What is the average class size/student-teacher ratio?
Average class sizes vary by subject. The student-teacher ratio is approximately 8:1.
Q: What kind of study skills support do you have? How can my son or daughter receive extra help in a class?
The faculty at Frassati Catholic High School are available most mornings and afternoons to assist students. Special study arrangements may be made with individual faculty members. Additionally, Frassati Catholic offers student the option to take a study hall to allow for additional time to seek assistance or complete assignments.
A Supervised Study Hall (SSH) is available for all students who are on campus ater 3:00 p.m.
Q: Do you provide transportation?
No. However, once a student is enrolled, we will assist the family in arranging a carpool.
Q: Do you accept home-schooled students?
Yes, students who have been home-schooled are encouraged to apply. Frassati Catholic maintains the same requirements for home-schooled students as traditional students. Parents of home-schooled students are welcome to contact the Office of Admissions with any questions.
Q: Do you accept transfer students?
Yes, if space is available, transfer students will be considered for admission into Frassati Catholic High School. Students should be familiar with the mission of Frassati Catholic and be in good academic standing at their previous institution. If a student has taken the PSAT or another standardized test (approval required), those scores may be considered as part of the application instead of the entrance exam (HSPT).
Q: What time does school begin and end for Frassati Catholic students?
Regular school hours are 7:50 a.m. - 2:50 p.m. Our Supervised Study Hall (SSH) hours are from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Q: Can a student earn college or AP credit at Frassati Catholic?
Yes, a number of AP courses are offered to students based on interest and qualifications. Students must meet all prerequisites and obtain both department faculty recommendation and AP teacher approval.
Q: Why should I send my son or daughter to a Catholic School?
Frassati Catholic High School exists primarily to enable students to learn in a Christ-centered atmosphere of love and truth. The school reflects the philosophy of the Catholic Church as it pertains to education. Each student is recognized as an individual of eternal worth whose immortal soul is destined for happiness with God. Frassati Catholic endeavors to nourish the intellectual gifts of its students and to develop their spiritual and physical potential in view of their final end and the good of society.
To learn more about the benefits of a Catholic education, please visit our Why Catholic Schools? page.
Q: When is the Entrance Exam offered?
The HSPT is offered at Frassati Catholic High School on January 21, 2017.
Q: When is the Application for Admission due?
The priority application deadline is January 15, 2017.