but - Ave Maria has a football team?
I always look them up when one of them comes up. This one only has 419 kids in 9-12. So he's really likely in a low level of competition for football.
But what stood out to me is that according to wikipedia they charge non-catholics 15K for tuition and catholics 11K. I've never seen that before.
at least around here.
Two Nashville-area high schools:
*To qualify for the Catholic rate students must have a Roman Catholic Baptismal Certificate or Profession of Faith and a signed Parish Subsidy card on file in the Business Office.
Golden Tate's HS:
•Tithing Catholics from the diocese of Nashville receive a $1,800 discount with a parish subsidy card (= $13,450). The Catholic parishes of the Nashville Diocese help subsidize the school, making this discount possible. Families wishing to receive the Catholic discount must submit an annual parish subsidy card for signature by the pastor by March 1, 2017. The parish then sends these cards to JPII directly.
was ...Is it legal to charge Catholics one price and non-Catholics another price...but I guess since States can charge instate and out of state tuition that it does make some sense.
I wonder if Catholic schools like Jesuit HS do the same, they aren't supported by the Diocese.
receive a parish or Diocese subsidy, and therefore members of the parish or Diocese receive the discount.
The Jesuit/ Sisters of Mercy schools my children attended received no parish or Diocese subsidies and offered no tuition breaks to members of the parish or Diocese.