Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions a parent can make. Thank you for choosing to invest in your child’s future through a Catholic education.
We invite you to register now for the 2018-2019 school year. To secure your child’s enrollment, complete the enclosed registration form and return it to the school office promptly. Please list all returning students, as well as any new siblings we will be welcoming for next year.
Tuition rates for the 2018-2019 school year are as follows:
|4K & 5K||$2,250|
|Full Day 4K-8th Grade:|
*High school tuition rates vary. See each school’s page for more information.
Siena Catholic Schools of Racine offers financial aid and scholarship programs to assist families with the cost of tuition. Tuition assistance through the Racine Parental Choice Program for the 2018-19 year is also available for families who meet the income and residency requirements. The applications for the Racine Parental Choice Program (RPCP) and FACTS Tuition Management will be available on the school’s website. Both applications are offered in digital format only.
A non-refundable tuition deposit of $50.00 per student or $100.00 per family is required to complete the registration process. This fee will be applied to each family’s tuition for the coming school year.
If you are interested in enrolling your child or learning more about Siena Catholic Schools please fill out this form and we will contact you.
For Admissions information:
Thanks for considering a Siena Catholic School for your family. Please take a moment to complete the online Inquiry Form. A member of the Siena Catholic Schools will contact you to discuss the next steps, answer any questions and offer financial options.
The Racine Parental Choice Program (RPCP), a private school voucher program, was enacted and launched in 2011. The program offers school vouchers to students whose families meet certain income qualifications and are assigned to the Racine Unified school districts. If a student resides in the Racine Unified School District, they may be eligible to apply to the Racine Parental Choice Program (RPCP) for tuition assistance.
To meet the income requirements for the program, a student’s family must have an Adjusted Gross Income at or below 300% of the federal poverty level, with an additional $7,000 allowed for a married couple.
Siena's approach to School Choice
What are some of the implications and requirements of adopting School Choice?
Will currently enrolled families that qualify for the Choice Program be eligible for a voucher?
Find answers to these and other questions here.
Currently all of the schools have different tuition and fees. What is the plan moving forward?
Tuition and fees are different but fortunately they do not vary widely across the elementary schools. The plan will be to standardize on a common tuition and fee structure beginning with the 2018/19 school year. The system leadership will set the tuition & fees each year prior to January after reviewing final financial results and enrollment for the previous year as well as tuition at other private schools in the area.
St. Catherine’s High School and Middle School will continue to have higher tuition & fees. The higher Middle School tuition at St. Catherine’s is warranted by the additional facilities and technology available in conjunction with the high school.
We are parishioners at a parish currently without a school. Can my child attend one of the elementary schools at the same cost as a parishioner?
Yes, as this is the Catholic school system for all Racine parishes the same tuition and fee structure applies for all families in any of the ten parishes contributing to the support of the system.
Will there be a multi-child discount?
Yes, a multi-child discount will be available for elementary students with tuition at 50% of the published rate for all children enrolled beyond the first child.
What will the new cost for elementary school tuition seeing you will get $7,500 per voucher student?
The tuition for 2018/19 will be $3,550 which is close to tuition and fees across the five elementary schools for 2017/18. The plan is for tuition to be “all inclusive” eliminating separate fees that exist for books and technology. There will be a $50/student non-refundable tuition deposit or $100 per family.