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International Admissions

Thank you for your interest in applying to Union Catholic High School.

Our college preparatory curriculum includes six levels of learning within a 21st century learning environment and ESL classes to assist with language and cultural transition. In addition, Union Catholic offers 22 varsity athletic programs, an award-winning fine and performing arts program, and over 40 different clubs, service programs and organizations which afford students the opportunity to share common interests, cultivate their talents, develop leadership skills and learn the value of service.

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STEP 1

Complete the International Student Application

https://unioncatholic.schooladminonline.com/portal

InternationalStudentApplication.docx

STEP 2

Submit the student's English Language Proficiency Test results, such as the TOEFL, TOEFL Jr., SLEP or the iTEP, along with an explanation of scores.

STEP 3

Provide a copy of the student's academic records and translation to English along with an explanation of the grading system. Records must be submitted for each year in high school. For students applying to grade 9, records must be from the previous two academic years. The official school transcripts must be on school letterhead or must carry the official school stamp or seal.

STEP 4

Provide a copy of the student's passport or birth certificate.

STEP 5

Please submit the student's official immunization record. Please have your physician enter the exact dates of all immunizations and attach official seal. The record must then be translated into English. Students must be in compliance with immunization requirements for the state of New Jersey in order to attend class.

STEP 6

Upon receipt of the student application and supporting documentation, the student will be contacted to be interviewed via phone, in person, via Zoom.

STEP 7

An official letter from the Union Catholic Admissions Department will notify the student of the admissions decision. All required documentation can be emailed to  Anthea Dagiantis, International Counselor • adagiantis@unioncatholic.org.

Statement and Fees

Tuition and fees for international students must be paid directly to Union Catholic High School. Payments must be either US currency or a check from a US Banking Institution. Tuition and fees are:

For the 2024-2025 School Year
Tuition $21,720
Laptop Fee $1,750
Laptop Insurance Fee $150
Family Fundraising Fee $470
Uniform Fee $550
International Support Services Fee $7,000
Total Tuition and Fees $31,640

Tuition and fees must be paid in two installments; the first payment of $22,588.00 is due at the time of registration with the second payment of $9,052 due by January 6, 2025.

Senior Fee (students in grade 12) $600
Reserve a Seat Fee (for Union Catholic Bus) $1,600
Book Fee (this fee is dependent upon the student's course selection and can range between $275.00 and $425.00)

Please note: Uniforms must be purchased from Flynn O'Hara .

Accepted international students looking for HomeStay Arrangements may contact  the following agencies: