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Parish families are those who are registered at Christ the King Parish at the time of school registration. The family has provided a copy of the students’ Baptismal Certificate at registration, and have contributed financial support to the Christ the King Parish.

Note: Students enrolled in our preschool are not considered for the multi-student discount. The Preschool is full for the 2024-2025 school year.

Fees below reflect the 2024-2025 school year.

 

Tuition: Parish Families

Number of Children
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Sixth child attends free of charge. All children must be enrolled at the same time.
 

Yearly Tuition
6,160.00
11,090.00
14,830.00
17,270.00
19,350.00
Free

Cost Per Month (September-June)
616.00
1,109.00
1,483.00
1,727.00
1,935.00
Free

Tuition: Non-parish Families

Number of Children
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Sixth child attends free of charge. All children must be enrolled at the same time.

Yearly Tuition
8,160.00
15,100.00
20,010.00
22,860.00
25,700.00
Free

Cost Per Month (September-June)
816.00
1,510.00
2,001.00
2,286.00
2,570.00
Free

Tuition Assistance

The cost of tuition should not be a barrier to considering whether Christ the King would be a great fit for your child. The Tuition Assistance program is here to provide financial assistance to families for whom, without such assistance, a Christ the King education would not be an option. 
 
Please contact the Christ the King office for more information on Tuition Assistance.

Another way to receive Tuition Assistance for a Christ the King education is through the Central Washington Catholic Foundation. It is now accepting applications from returning families.

The priority window for returning families is April 1 and for new families it is May 1. The application does require families to upload their W-2's and tax returns. The Central Washington Catholic Foundation will continue to award TAP until their funding is exhausted. Click here for more information.

Catholic Foundation awards are given based on the highest need across the entire Diocese, not based on school.
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