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Tuition & Fees

MTCES Tuition & Fees (2023-24)

Investing in a Catholic education for your child is an important financial decision for your family. Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School’s (MTCES) mission is to provide academic excellence and faith formation to its students. 

  • $5,450 Tuition
  • $150 deposit (per family) required at registration, applied to tuition upon acceptance (deposit held to remain on waiting list until accepted)
  • $50 discount for full tuition payment if made by July 15th
  • Grades 5-8: $100 technology fee for 1:1 Chromebook program (each student is assigned his/her own school-managed device)
  • Click here for Tuition Schedule

Business Office

The Business Office organizes all the student accounts including tuition and fees payments and activity payments. 

Contact Us

General Questions about tuition and fees - Director of Finance, Meredith Meyer - or phone at 513-779-6585

MTCES Tuition Assistance

How is financial need determined

MTCES founding families believed that the unique and valuable MTCES experience should not be financially out of reach for any family. The MTCES community is blessed to have generous supporters who continue to support the tuition assistance fund.

MTCES utilizes a third-party organization, FACTS Management, to help determine a family’s qualification for assistance. To ensure confidentiality, FACTS Management, applications are available on-line. Tuition Assistance applications are due by April 1st.

FACTS Management, validates data and provides recommendations concerning financial need to MTCES. An internal evaluation group at MTCES reviews data provided by FACTS to allocate money available in the Tuition Assistance Fund. Families are notified of tuition assistance awards in June.

MTCES complies with the Decree on Child Protection which is promulgated by the Archbishop of Cincinnati. MTCES has 613 students in grades K-8 as of January 24, 2023. A thorough background check is required for all those employed or volunteering to work with youth or vulnerable adults as a cleric, at a parish or school, as an Archdiocesan employee or at an Archdiocesan institution. All volunteers and employees are required to complete the electronic/online background check through prior to beginning their volunteer activity or employment. In addition to the electronic/online background check, employees are required to complete manual fingerprinting and submit a B4 form before beginning their employment at an Archdiocesan parish, school, or institution.

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