TUITION AND FEES

Mullen High School's tuition for the 2017-2018 school year is $14,200. This includes a $400 tuition deposit required for registration. The tuition for each academic year is established by the Mullen Board of Trustees in early February. Click here to view Mullen's payment policy

Mullen does not charge a prospective student application fee. There are no athletic scholarships.

TUITION ASSISTANCE

The founder of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, St. John Baptist de La Salle, emphasized the value of quality education to all. The Brothers Rule states that the Mission of the Institute is “to provide a human and Christian education to the young, especially the poor, according to the ministry entrusted to them by the church.”

Obviously, society has changed since the founder declared The Brothers Rule. Even as times change the commitment to the mission has never faltered. Lasallian schools in the 21st century are as committed as ever to accessibility. Through the tuition assistance process, the Mullen High School community is doing all we can to honor the mission of the Christian Brothers.

TUITION ASSISTANCE PROCESS: Tuition assistance is based solely on the family’s financial need and circumstances. No tuition assistance will be given without a family applying for aid. Families do not receive full aid; every family is expected to pay something. Any family receiving tuition assistance agrees to abide by the following:

  • Families must keep current on their tuition payments.
  • Students must remain in good standing.
  • Parents must be involved in the school, donating time and talent.
  • Students need to maintain a 2.0 GPA.

APPLY FOR TUITION ASSISTANCE: Apply Online. Current families sign in under your current user name New families set up their account and are then ready to apply A $30 application fee is paid directory to FACTS Instructions and a checklist are included on the sign in page. Copies of 2016 W-2’s and Federal Tax form 1040 are required for the tuition assistance process to be considered complete. For applications before your tax return is complete, use your 2016 W-2’s and your 2015 tax return and Mullen will process your application to determine an award amount. You will need to send in your 2016 Federal 1040 information to FACTS as soon as it’s completed to finalize your award.

TUITION ASSISTANCE REVIEW: The application for tuition assistance is due on Friday, February 3, 2017. All tuition assistance applications must be submitted by this date. Notifications will sent on Friday, February 17, 2017. Late applications will be reviewed on first come first served basis. Awards are contingent on financial resources available after the deadline.

OTHER RESOURCES: UES (Universal Education Supporters) is a nonprofit group, that helps families raise money towards their Catholic Education. Parents, Students, and volunteers have the opportunity to work concessions at sporting venues throughout the Denver Metro area to help with tuition expenses at Mullen High School. For additional information please visit uesdenver.org or contact Frank Cawley with any questions.

GROCERY CERTIFICATES: Mullen participates in a grocery rebate program with King Soopers and Safeway. $5.00 pre-loaded cards are avialble at the front desk during normal school hours. You receive a 2.5: rebate for all relads to your card which is applied quarterly (every 3 months) towards your student's tuition or other sports/club programs. Mullen receives the other 2.5% for general use.

 

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