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Tuition and Financial Assistance


A Holy Trinity education is an investment in your future. A Holy Trinity education is an investment that yields a lifetime of academic, spiritual and personal development. We admit talented and motivated students, regardless of family resources, and will work with your family to make tuition affordable.

Tuition for the 2018-2019 academic year is $8,500, making Holy Trinity works hard to be one of the most affordable high schools in the city. Tuition is payable in ten installments from August 20 to May 20. Additional fees are estimated at $400-600 per year, depending on class schedule (a full breakdown of fees is available for families during the application process).

Tuition Questions?
Please contact the Holy Trinity Business Office at 773-278-4212 x3045 or our Admissions Office at 773-278-4212 x3023.


Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is available to students who are accepted to Holy Trinity and demonstrate need. Awards are determined through the application process and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Students who receive financial assistance must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.0. Financial assistance from Holy Trinity's Student Assistance Fund must be applied for annually. 

Tuition discounts are available for alumni and families with multiple students. Tuition discounts may be applied to tuition and fees only.

  • $500 for children or siblings of alumni
  • $800 for 2nd student
  • $1,000 for 3rd student
Questions? Please contact the Admissions Office at admissions@holytrinity-hs.org or call 773-278-4212 x3023.

Merit-Based Scholarships

Take the test at Holy Trinity and become eligible for one of our merit-based scholarships:

Audrey C. Raitt Scholarship – 90% of tuition & books

The Audrey C. Raitt Scholarship rewards students who are working hard in school and earning exceptional grades. The scholarship sets the tone for high achievement and the pursuit of academic excellence by funding 90 percent of tuition and book costs. Incoming freshmen who score at or above the 90th percentile on our entrance exam are eligible for the scholarship. To keep this scholarship, students maintain at least a 3.75 GPA.

Hosinski Scholarship – $4,000

The Hosinski Scholarship honors the founder of Holy Trinity High School and its first principal who served students for 25 years, Brother Peter Hosinski, CSC. Incoming freshmen who score between the 85th and 89th percentiles on our entrance exam are eligible for the scholarship. To keep this scholarship, students maintain at least a 3.5 GPA.

Mary Raitt Opportunity Fund – $3,000
The Mary Raitt Opportunity Fund rewards incoming freshmen who demonstrate strong leadership skills and unique potential. To keep this scholarship, students must demonstrate ongoing engagement in the Holy Trinity community.


External Scholarships

Holy Trinity partners with the following scholarship organizations, and we encourage students to explore these opportunities to help make a Catholic education affordable. In addition, learn about the state's new Tax Credit Scholarship, with scholarships up to 100% of tuition and fees.
Big Shoulders Fund · bigshouldersfund.org
Please contact the principal of your local Big Shoulders Fund school to discuss your scholarship eligibility and the application process.
Chicago Lights · chicagolights.org
Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund · dmsf.org
Deadline: October 20, 2017
HFS Chicago Scholars · hfschicagoscholars.com
Deadline: November 15, 2017
HighSight · highsight.org
Deadline: End of February
Horizons for Youth · horizons-for-youth.org
LINK Unlimited · linkunlimited.org
Deadline: November 17, 2017
PEAK: Partnership to Educate and Advance Kids · peakchicago.org · email PEAK
Deadline: February 16, 2017