|Tuition and Fees 2013 - 2014|
|Tuition for the Scholastic Year 2013 - 2014
|Graduation Fee for Seniors
|Parent Organization Fee
| New Students
| Returning Students
The registration fee is due in the spring prior to the next school year. Tuition is due in full July 1, or may be paid by automatic withdrawals over 10 months, July through April, using FACTS Management Company. Additional family members attending DeMatha during the same school year receive a $1000 reduction in tuition.
Academic Merit Awards: Father Cyprian Nusca Scholarship
Fr. Cyprian Nusca, O.SS.T., was one of the founders of DeMatha Catholic High School when it opened 1946. Scholarships worth $8,000 over four years are awarded to incoming freshmen based on academic excellence, as determined by school performance and High School Placement Test results. To be eligible for this award, a student must list DeMatha as one of two choices of Catholic High Schools when applying for admission. All applicants are considered for these awards if application is made by December 15. A separate application for this award is not needed.
Art Awards: Anthony N. Fotos Art Award
Mr. Anthony Fotos, now retired, was a Fine Arts teacher at DeMatha for forty-one years. DeMatha honors him and his contribution to the Art Program by awarding $500 art scholarships to five entering freshmen. The award is based on an evaluation of the student's art portfolio by the Art Department Chairperson. An application is sent to the student when "Art Award" is checked on admission applications that are received by December 15th.
Music Awards: John L. Moylan Music Award
Mr. John Moylan joined DeMatha in 1956 and served as principal from September 1968 to June of 2000. In 1970, Mr. Moylan established the DeMatha Band program that has grown to include over a third of the student body. Music Scholarships are available to students who show exceptional talent. Students must apply by December 15 and check "Band Award" on the application for admission. Notification of auditions will be sent to the student.
DeMatha awards partial tuition work-study grants based on family financial need in the form of DeMatha Grants. Applications for this form of aid must be submitted by December 15 prior to the year of attendance. The FACTS Management Company processes all financial aid applications. Students who receive DeMatha Grants perform duties during school or after school hours.
**Students applying for DeMatha Grants must also apply for Archdiocese of Washington aid.
From Archdiocese of Washington
Each year, the Archdiocese of Washington provides need-based aid for students attending Catholic high schools. The application for aid from the Archdiocese is separate from the application for DeMatha aid. Information and application forms are available after October 1, here or from Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Washington. Use DeMatha code: 51083 on the TAD application. Deadline for this aid application is December 14th.
Capital Partners for Education
Capital Partners for Education Deadline is March 9th. Contact them at 202-682-6020. Click here for application information.