The Lafayette Catholic School System is a four campus system which provides a Christ
centered education on a daily basis to students in the Tippecanoe County
area. More than 840 students are enrolled system wide, not including the
NCEA - National Catholic Education Association
INPEA - Indiana Non-Public Schools
ASCD - Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development
The Lafayette Catholic School System provides a challenging state and diocesan approved
curriculum while imparting a solid formation of the Catholic faith. The
Junior High curriculum includes coursework necessary for the college
preparatory Senior High curriculum. Central Catholic students receive the
Indiana Core 40 Diploma with over 60% of the class earning the Indiana
Academic Honors Diploma.
Lafayette Catholic School ISTEP+ scores are consistently above the state norms.
Central Catholic SAT scores are also above the state and national norms, and
96% of the graduates attend four year post-secondary institutions across the
Tuition & Tuition Assistance
Tuition for the Lafayette Catholic Schools is based on Parish membership. Discounts for second, third, and fourth children also exist.
Payment options include annual, semi-annual and monthly payments.
The Lafayette Catholic School System Tuition Assistance program awards nearly $400,000 in
tuition assistance and scholarships on an annual basis to its students.
Tuition Assistance applications are evaluated by a firm independent from the
Lafayette Catholic School System. For more information, call 765-474-7500