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Tuition & Financial Aid

A Moreau Catholic education is an investment in your student's future and we partner closely with you to support your family as you make this transformational journey.

Our own founder, Blessed Father Moreau, received a good education primarily through aid and the generosity of others. Later, in his schools, he worked so that all children could have a good education and access to high quality co-curricular opportunities. As a Holy Cross school, we carry on that legacy. 

40%

of Moreau Catholic families receive financial assistance.

Tuition

Tuition for the 2022-2023 school year is $22,274 plus a Mariner Fee of $250.

Payment plans are available including annual, semi-annual, 10 month, 11 month, and 12 month.

Included in Tuition:

Included in Tuition

Laptop & Software

Textbooks

Annual Retreats

 

"We are very grateful for the education Diya has been receiving at Moreau and truly appreciate the encouragement and support given to her from faculty and administration. We are very fortunate to have her at a place of learning that stresses educating hearts and minds."
– Parent of Diya '23

Matt Duke

Matt Duke

Director of Finance

Financial Aid

Moreau Catholic High School offers need-based financial aid to all students. Financial aid packages, when awarded, are guaranteed and renewed annually.

We use FACTS Management to determine need based financial aid eligibility. Families use the FACTS application to apply for both Moreau Catholic Need-Based Financial Aid and Family Aid Catholic Education (FACE) grants, awarded by the Diocese of Oakland.

Only one financial-aid application and one fee are required per family. Applications must be submitted online and families must apply each year. Paper applications are not available.

How to Apply for Financial Aid

The online application for Financial Aid for the 2023-2024 school year opens on December 1, 2022.

FACTS ONLINE APPLICATION

Families must submit the FACTS application no later than February 1, 2022 to be considered for need-based financial aid for the 2022-2023 school year.

We cannot process your family’s application for need-based financial aid opportunities until you have submitted ALL supporting documents and complete the FACTS online application.

It is important to submit your application online and upload any financial documents currently on hand along with prior year financial information. As soon as new documents have been received (e.g. 2021 W-2’s), upload those documents to your application prior to February 1, 2022.

FACE Grants

In addition to need-based financial aid granted by Moreau Catholic High School, some families also receive funding for their child’s education from the Diocese of Oakland’s FACE Grants (Family Aid Catholic Education).

Families must file the FACTS application in order to be considered for FACE.

FACTS ONLINE APPLICATION

Scholarships

Merit Scholarships

Each year, Moreau Catholic High School awards merit scholarships to incoming students.

There is no separate application for merit scholarships for incoming frosh. The Scholarship Committee considers all students who apply for admission to Moreau Catholic High School.

Our Scholarship Committee selects recipients based on their admissions application essays, HSPT scores, and GPA.

Most scholarships are renewable each year, up to four years.

Bay Scholars: Partner Scholarship Program

Bay Scholars is a non-profit foundation that supports many of our Moreau Catholic students. Bay Scholars exists to make it possible for promising low-income students across the Bay to have access to and flourish at successful college preparatory Catholic high schools. The organization seeks out young scholars who shine academically, engage actively in society and demonstrate outstanding promise and a willingness to give back to their communities.

If you are an incoming frosh family and wish to apply to Bay Scholars: Click Here.

We're told from a young age that God put us on this Earth for a reason. And self-love is realizing that we've spent the last 18 years proving Him right. 

– Joseph "Jojo" Ibalio '22
Class of 2022 Valedictorian & Bay Scholar